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** fierce panda & Disorder head to the Shacklewell Arms for their final show of 2013 **
** December 10th sees The Traps take on Dalston **

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The Thing: fierce panda & Disorder present

The Bands: THE TRAPS + H A B I T A T S + SUN MACHINE

The Venue: DALSTON SHACKLEWELL ARMS
(71 Shacklewell Lane, London E8 2EB. 020 7249 0810) replica cartier

The Date: TUESDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2013

The Doors: 8.00pm

The Tickets: £5.00 advance from WE GOT TICKETS

THE TRAPS (onstage 10.00pm) hailing from Birmingham are brothers Jamie Berry (Vocals/Guitar) and Nick Berry (Bass/Vocals), James Minhas (Guitar) and Daniel Webb (Drums). Their two singles - 'The Honey Drip' and 'Calypso' have garnered attention from the likes of Q Magazine and Glasswerk and received much sought-after plays from John Kennedy (XFM), Chris Hawkins (BBC Radio 6 Music) and Janice Long (BBC Radio 2). Their rapidly expanding fan-base meant that the Calypso launch parties in Birmingham and London both sold out. Debut LP 'Calypso' was released on 30th Sept, laden with brass, throbbing synths, driving rhythms, heavy guitar hooks as well as lush and melodic harmonies, the record is very much the sound of a group gunning for the big stages. New material is being recorded ready for release on Fierce Panda Records in 2014. replica cartier
'Ebullient and bittersweet... a sharper, more sophisticated take on Mystery Jets.' (Q Magazine)
Well, that sounds rather good! (John Kennedy, XFM)
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H A B I T A T S (onstage 9.15pm) are from Basingstoke, they write jaunty indie pop songs to make girls and boys alike dance. Their grooves slide in between rousing vocal melodies blending a wide range of genres which projects their own unique style and sound. Expect a label fandango single in the new year, until then give them a listen and a dance here...
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SUN MACHINE (onstage 8.30pm) are a London based band playing Woozy space pop that's destined for Japan

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