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Thu, 22 Feb

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The Victoria Dalston

Sadly Sunday, Own World, Carmine Nights

Sadly Sunday, Own World, Carmine Nights
Sadly Sunday, Own World, Carmine Nights

Time & Location

22 Feb 2024, 19:00 – 23:00

The Victoria Dalston, The Victoria, 451 Queensbridge Rd, London E8 3AS, UK

About the event

Lineup:

  • Sadly Sunday
  • Own World
  • Carmine Nights

(set order to be annouced)

Sadly Sunday

Sadly Sunday is a post-punk band that with influences in the goth and shoegaze scene. They combine haunting bass lines with screeching guitars and catchy melodies. Their live shows have gotten a lot of attention over the past year and with their debut album just released they are one of the up and coming post-punk bands from Stockholm.

Carmine Nights

Carmine Nights are a rock duo from London consisting of guitarist/vocalist Tom Welsh and drummer Jonny Harper. The band was formed in 2022 after years of informal jamming in a former warehouse in Peckham. Their debut self-titled EP, released in December 2022, captures the raucous and chaotic spirit of these sessions. Welsh’s cryptic vocals are scored by pounding drums, huge guitar riffs, and backing vocal harmonies across a series of raw, up-tempo tracks inspired by the likes of Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood, Arctic Monkeys, and Foals.

Own World

Formed in 2022 after their ground floor flat started subsiding into the earth, Own World is the new musical project of Joe Sigee (vocals; guitar) and Matthew Lawrenson (synths; bv’s) — who were joined by Alex Bailey (bass) and Holly Hardy (drums) after relocating their living room to an industrial estate in Tottenham.  There, in a bright orange studio surrounded by kebab meat factories and church gospel choirs, the four-piece (which includes two members of R&S Records alumni Vondelpark in Lawrenson and Bailey) decided to make good after a few years of cloistered experimenting and tentative release plans.  Subsisting on a diet of XTC, Arthur Russell and YMO, the band invested in a panoply of analog synthesisers ahead of a series of escapes to a mountainside cottage in Wales. There, they filled endless hard drives with all kinds of idiosyncratic music. They finally decided to take stock of their hazy and nostalgic creations, recording a wealth of tunes back in London — later to be mixed by Domino artist and producer Wilma Archer, and pioneering electronic artist Lxury.  ‘SIMULATE’ is their second release after featuring on Slow Dance Records’ 2023 compilation with ‘In Style’. ‘SIMULATE’ is a dusky and mysterious track fuelled by stuttering percussion, lurching bass and a cosmic synth melody. Embellished by the melodic inflections of Sigee’s trance-like vocals, and opiated by a layer of glistening harmonies, the track harks back to ‘90s trip-hop and ‘00s dream pop while also pointing towards something altogether more unique.

Note: These events frequently sell out so we reccomend buying tickets in advance.

Artists: We are always interested in hearing from talented artists. If you’d like to play at our future events, please get in touch.

Refunds: Tickets are for the full event and not for individual artists. If an artist cancels your tickets are still vaild for the event. We cannot offer refunds unless the event is cancelled.

Tickets

  • General Admission

    £8.00

Total

£0.00

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