LP Launch

at 93 Feet East, London
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On the eve of Salad’s first full national tour for two decades, Salad Undressed are to launch their new album, Good Love Bad Love, with an exclusive three-piece show at Move Association night at the relaunched 93 Feet East. Salad duo Marijne van der Vlugt and Paul Kennedy will be joined by former Julian Cope guitarist and fierce drummer, Donald Ross Skinner, live as a trio.

Featuring

Salad

Salad appearing at this event

Britpop-era band Salad were formed by model and MTV presenter Marijne Van Der Vlugt and Paul Kennedy in 1992. Their debut album 'Drink Me' shot straight into the Top 20, spawning memorable singles like 'Drink The Elixir' and 'Motorbike To Heaven'. Sadly their career came to an abrupt halt when the band split two years later. Having vanished for almost 20 years, they reformed in 2016 as an acoustic duo, under the name of Salad Undressed. Since then they've reformed as the full Salad band.

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Maella

Maella appearing at this event

Fascinated with suppressed desires, raw emotions and everything lurking beneath the surface of society, Maella is a young and charismatic London based artist with a velvet, hypnotising voice. Maella expresses her music with rock and pop influences, performing live with a four piece band creating power and tension with dirty guitars and melodic contours.

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DJ Ben Osborne

DJ Ben Osborne appearing at this event

Described as a "polymath" by Time Out, Ben Osborne is a DJ, writer, award winning creative producer and founder of the Noise of Art, a collective which marries electronic music with art, film and other disciplines. He's a musician, DJs clubs internationally, presents radio shows and has written a book on the history of electronic music and the Arctic Monkeys. He's the founder of the long running Slipped Disco Club and holds several London residencies. Amongst the venues he’s played are Queen Elizabeth Hall, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, The Roundhouse, Brighton Dome, National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh Corn Exchange, Glasgow Art School, Volks Buhne Berlin, White Trash Berlin, Tacheles Berlin, KitKat Munich, Acropolis Prague, Brighton Dome, Moulin Rouge, Le Communion, Point Ephemere, Social Club Paris, Hotel Tres Particlier, Chateau Du Pompiers Canal St Martin, Paris, Glaz' Art, British Film Institute, Cargo, Ministry of Sound, Koko, Scala, Village Underground, Red Gallery, Big Chill Bar and House, as well as festivals such as Latitude Festival, Big Chill Festival, Great Escape Festival, Spot Festival Denmark, Berlin Insane Festival, Berlin Music Week, Convergence Festival, Brighton Festival, Sonar opening party Barcelona, Chateau Perché, France, Techno Parade Paris, Bastille Day Paris, Europavox - Clermont Ferrand, MaMA, Paris, Future Sounds of Jazz Ghenk, Frozen, Lubjana, Ether Festival, Elephest, WAME, Louder Than Words and many club venues and warehouse parties. He's presented dance music radio shows for Xfm, NME Radio and Totallyradio. The VIP parties he's played include the launch party for The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour - attended by Sir Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Paul Weller and members of the Monty Python cast - the official pre-Olympics party at the top of BTTower, The Digital Music Awards with Ed Sheeran and Virgin MediaAwards with La Roux at BFI Southbank. The artists he's collaborated with include singer Aluna from Aluna George, actor Nathaniel Parker, author David Pinner, Designer Ralph Koltai OBE, dance troupe The People Pile, textile artists Cavalcanti, visual artists Overlap, sculptor Mark Scott Woood and projectionists Prick Image - to mention a few of the disciplines he's worked across.

See 3 tour dates featuring DJ Ben Osborne

George T

Aka THE PLASTIC AVENGER and THE SHUTTERBUG. The former Tribal Funktion resident now starring at Boombax.

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Also Appearing

Salad Undressed, The Silver Spoon

93 Feet East

  • 150 Brick Lane
  • London
  • E1 6RU
Website:
93feeteast.co.uk
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020 7770 6006