Former Avi Buffalo keyboardist Rebecca Coleman has inched past the traditional 'coming of age' milestone, turned twenty-one and stepped out into the spotlight as front woman of indie-pop group Pageants. While still a teenager in high school Coleman co-founded the much acclaimed and Pitchfork-endorsed Avi Buffalo in Long Beach, California and now her gloriously sweet falsetto has found a perfect home among the lazy guitars and reverb of Pageant's first 7" releases. The trio - made up of Coleman, Dylan Wood (60 Watt Kid) and Devin O'Brien - have chalked up quite the live resume – from supporting former-Stereolab singer Laetitia Sadier, to sharing the stage with blog-faves Wild Belle, opening for Mates of State, Hospitality, Milo Greene and TEEN. Pageants bring their California-pop overseas for their first London show at Servant Jazz Quarters on 19th September.


Polymer brings a galactic squelch of 80's Miami beats and synth-ripping keytar solos to a trans-dimensional table.

This show will be FREE ENTRY. Entry will be on a first come, first served basis.





19 Sep 2013


Servant Jazz Quarters

10a Bradbury Street, Dalston
N16 8JN



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