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Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 at 8:00pm
After forming in Manchester in early 2012 Deaf FM started gigging in April of that year, with their first headline show at Manchester’s Retro Bar being a sell-out event.
Throughout the year they gigged regularly and have supported some great bands including Kerrang favourites Lost Alone and fast rising Derby rockers Follow You Home as well as performing to over 5,000 people at Piccadilly Gardens’ Manchester Picnic.
In December 2012 they released their first video for the track Hate Me, which reached over 2,000 views on Youtube’s Blank TV in less than 4 weeks.
In January 2013, while putting the finishing touches to their debut E.P. Crashed Cars and Superstars, Deaf FM signed a deal with Diffusion Records and are currently on their first UK Tour to promote their debut single Hate Me.
Listen Here http://deaffm.bandcamp.com/
All Down But Nine
Hail from the industrial Yorkshire towns of Wakefield & Sheffield and make no reservations about the fact they want to use their music to escape the monotony of the day to day life. Writing not only about the daily grind, the band feel that amongst the darker undertones of their music, lies a message of positivity missing from a lot of modern rock music.
Fresh from working on brand new tracks with Huddersfield based producer Bob Cooper, ADB9 hope to capture the attention of many a music fan in 2013 with a sound that draws from influences as diverse as The Gaslight Anthem, Jimmy Eat World & Hot Water Music.
2012 saw an intense and productive year for the band, as they played every local venue and support slot that they could, as well as many shows further afield in order to bring their music to everyone willing to listen. They also had their first taste of the summer festivals, opening the main stage at Strummercamp 2012 ; an achievement among the best so far of the bands young career.
Listen Here http://alldownbut9.bandcamp.com/