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Sat 23rd Mar at 8:00pm
@ FAC251: The Factory, Manchester
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This Feeling: Andy Bell (Oasis) + Arveene + The Sundowners + The Tapestry + The Dirty Rivers
Since the tender age of 16, Arveene has been building a reputation in the Dublin club scene and beyond. After countless tours with the likes of The Prodigy and Soulwax, and numerous collaborations with artists including Yo Majesty, Kitsune, Ed Banger, Calvin Harris, The Glass and Director, Arveene continues to spread love on the decks from London to Manchester and Bristol to Berlin.
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The Sundowners are a five-piece band of siblings and friends from just across the Mersey, in The Wirral. They're cooking up a melting pot of musical influences including Fleetwood Mac, Crosby Stills and Nash, Rolling Stones and Muddy Waters. After taking their time, writing real songs, putting on great gigs and capturing an avid audience around the country, they did a knockout performance on The BBC Introducing Stage at none other than Glastonbury Festival.
"The Sundowners are an undoubtedly exciting prospect with a very defined sense of who they are" - NME.
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The Tapestry are a new Manchester four piece who conjure dynamic, energetic, rhythmically charged sounds with an ear for a pop melody. Quickly gaining a reputation as a must see live act, the band draw inspiration from the Pixies to The Smiths and utilise vocal harmonies and rip-roaring guitar riffs to create rebel rousing anthems.
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Venue: FAC251: The Factory
→ Oxford Road 5 min walk