SEXY GRUNGE! The pink and black attack have linked up with our dear friends at the Manchester Label once again, and we have the cure for your Valentine's Day misery. Don't give your money to Hallmark, spend it on booze! Precious McKenzie will appear live, in person (no clones or animations) and melt your ears with sexy grunge you can dance to, drink to, make love to and initiate a Viking funeral to. Not enough for you? The PMcK gang will be disbributing copies of their ALL NEW EP, "The Erotic Awakening of Precious McKenzie", so you can take the sexy home with you. Still not enough? Vinyl High, Dirty Ghost AND The Disclosure Project are also prostituting themselves on stage for your pleasure. STILL not enough? It's bloody bastard FREE! You can either bring your lover/partner/concubine/other, or leave them at home. Don't buy that appalling stuffed toy. Bollocks to the jewellery, you'll get it wrong anyway. Learn how to ooze erotica from the masters of the concept, take the art home, and blow somebody's mind. Ducie Bridge, Corporation Street, Manchester. Be there or be forever viewed as a lonely hermit in the eyes of your friends.
Rockfest at Manchester Club Acadamy! Show up, going to be an awesome night!
Playing a support slot for The Dusk, it also marks our debut at Kro Bar in manchester. Get yourselves for another top top gig.
The boys are making their return to Manchesters famous Academy. This time they've moved up a notch and will be playing academy 3.
Vinyl High will be playing as part of a packed line up in aid of Christies Childrens Hospital.
Bio: After the collapse of the previous band Concrete Violet (shocking name we know) The 3 remaining members decided to carry on making Rock n Roll music. Tom, Kain and Briggsy played a makeshift set at The Bowling Green, Stockport after the original guitarist dropped out an hour before the gig and To...See Full Bio
“Next up is Vinyl High and these guys really get the party started. With a mix of electric and acoustic guitars, from the first beat it feels as though we have been transported from Oxford Road’s Kro Bar and ended up in the middle of a whiskey joint brawl in the darkest corner of the Mississippi Delta. The songs are bluesy, swingin’ and very sexy. Vocalists/guitarists Tom Lee and Kain Panter have brilliant onstage chemistry, their voices complementing each other effortlessly to add a Manc/indie quality to the dirty Deep South swagger that accompanies them. The banter with the audience is first rate. It’s clear they are playing in front of friends, but there are no cringe worthy jokes and they blend a professional live attitude with good humour quite remarkably. Towards the end of the set a lively cover of Twist and Shout gets the room to its feet and it is here, upon playing such a well loved classic, that the men on stage prove they’ve got the chops to make a room take notice. ”