Tonight! Club Fandango Celebrates 10 Years Of Bbc6 Music With Allo Darlin'!
29th March 2012
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THE BANDS: Allo Darlin'/Dingus Khan/ The Rumour Said Fire
THE DATE: Thursday, 29th March
VENUE: London, Kentish Town, Bull & Gate (389 Kentish Town Road, NW5 2TJ. 020 7485 5358)
Advanced tickets: here

ALLO DARLIN- 10:15pm
Allo Darlin' are many things. They can turn a room in a famous punk venue into a joyous, jumping, sweaty, pop-mosh pit. Or bring a room of 500 to hushed silence with the few strums of a ukulele and a love song about cooking. Theyve wowed the crowds at the Indietracks, Swn and SXSW festivals and been played on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music and XFM. The single Henry Rollins Dont Dance was described by The Guardian as "the best indiepop song for years" while follow-up The Polaroid Song made Drowned In Sounds Top Fifty of 2009. Their latest single Dreaming was voted Single Of The Week on Steve Lamacqs Round Table by no less than Jarvis, Peter Hook and Huw Stephens, seeing off MGMT and Kate Nash in the process!

Dingus Khan are eight characters from Manningtree in Essex. They feature three drummers, three bass players and sometimes one baseball bat hitting a beer keg. With whistling. And choreography. Sounds fun enough already, but when they throw out a bucket-load of dementedly catchy tunes wrapped up in a turbocharged blast of prog-punk guitars youll find yourself offering them a single deal on the spot. Which is exactly what Label Fandango did, and that single is called Knifey Spoony and came out on March 5th 2012.

The Rumour Said Fire were conceived by singer, songwriter Jesper Lidang in 2008. The band soon became one of Denmarks biggest bands. Now they will release their critically acclaimed album, 'The Arrogant', in the UK on 2nd April 2012 and look set to become one of Denmarks finest exports.