A [PIAS] & Rockfeedback presentation.


Moshi Moshi inhabitants, this four-piece have become  on of the most understated, yet enthralling new bands in the country  and it’s somewhat fitting they bring the event to a close. From their debut single to the Bernard Butler produced debut album ‘Breakfast’ earlier this year the band have garnered an array of acclaim for their sparse, welcoming minimalist synth tones that have seemingly seeped into a nation’s musical psyche. With slots supporting the likes of Franz Ferdinand and Metronomy and a string of summer festival appearances , 2015 looks set to continue Teleman’s upward trajectory.


Their arrival via several independent singles and a distinctly DIY spirit  saw this Brighton based trio came to the attention of Heavenly Recordings in 2013. Having decamped to Toe Rag studios, the band quickly revealed their debut album ‘Annabel Dream Rider’ to an ever-growing fanbase this summer. An album that displays a broadness of influences, an accomplished dark and heady sound that embraces the black arts and the more extreme limits of rock, but which is never prescriptively macabre.


The new kids on the block, Gengahr have been doing it the hard way earning their stripes the tried and tested route with what appears to be a never-ending live itinerary.  With just a single, ‘Powder’ to their name the band have appeared at every major UK festival this summer and look set to be one of the bands to look out for next year. Armed with killer tunes and coupled with burgeoning radio play and press attention, get in early to see what all the fuss is about.

Tickets for this show are priced at £12.50 and are avilable at 9am Friday 14th November from the following link:


Teleman / The Wytches / Gengahr

27 Jan 2015

plus DJs

Village Underground

54 Holywell Lane



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