We return to the Buffalo bar for a nostalgic Basement Club style Rockfeedback night for our Xmas party 2010 !!

MARQUES TOLIVER 

As seen recently on Jools Holland, Marques is a stunning new musician. Previously playing violin and singing for the likes of Bat For Lashes, Holly Miranda, Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson and others, Marques is reminiscent of Andrew Bird when he sings and plays violin, however there's a great deal more soul music, romance and fantasy involved here. This date follows a invite on word of mouth alone to appear on Later with Jools Holland this week, and it's only a matter of time before he sets the world alight - a truly remarkable musical talent to behold. Please note Marques is the dude on the left of the photo. The girl is just some chick it seems, she makes no sound in the music of Marques Toliver as far as we're aware.

www.myspace.com/marquestoliver

MONUMENT VALLEY

Formed whilst living aboard in Madrid last year, Monument Valley is the musical creation of London songwriter Edward Younger. With echoes of Nick Drake, Decembrists and an adolescence listening to the anti-folk and indie-pop of Moldy Peaches and Belle and Sebastian, the No Air EP introduces an exceptional talent and songwriter to the world, one with both huge originality and a lyrical talent to clearly mark him out from the off. Younger is joined live by Ridell’s cello and effects pedals whilst he plays guitar, and it's in the whites-of-eyes live arena where he really comes into his own.

myspace.com/monumentvalleyband

Plus Blue Flowers DJs, Christmas songs DJing, some special xmas prezzies and more!

Buffalo Bar is right next to Highbury And Islington tube and as history has shown us, is a bona fide guaranteed good time.

Tickerts are available at wegottickets or ticketweb or seetickets

 

MARQUES TOLIVER / MONUMENT VALLEY

13 Dec 2010

MARQUES TOLIVER / MONUMENT VALLEY (Rockfeedback Xmas Party!)

Buffalo Bar

259 Upper Street, London
London
N1 1RU

7.30pm

£6

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