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Also in Margate: Elsewhere

1 November 08:00 - 17:00

Elsewhere‘s 1st Birthday 
Friday 27 / Saturday 28 September 

19:00 – 02:00

Margate music venue and record shop, Elsewhere celebrates it’s 1st birthday with performances from Margate musicians across two nights.
Live music from Self Esteem, Babii, Tunng, Night Works, Charlie Hannah and the Haus Plants, Jakl, Jack Goldstein and Sean Goldring. DJ sets follow into the night from Iglooghost, Ted Rodgers, Samb_Rules, Vanishing Twin, Raven Bush, Matt Walsh and Laura Barton. 
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ART’S COOL PRESENT 
BLACK COUNTRY, NEW ROAD 
Friday 4 October 
19:00 – 23:00


Black Country, New Road sound like a proper filthy juggernaut of a band, a real experience to behold. At times, colossal metal riffs mangle with frenetic jazz freak-outs; occasionally film noir string motifs are motored into the urgent present with a razor tight rhythm section”
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ART’S COOL PRESENT
JOHN 
Saturday 18 October 
19:00 – 01:00  Taking the mundane spirit of their name as a manifesto, Crystal Palace based two piece JOHN (both members aptly named John) offer a deadpan approach that has become the recognisable force of their live performance, with an almost mechanical solidity rare for only two bodies. Alongside the rhythmic synchronisation of guitar and drums, introspective lyrics suggest that literature and spoken word are just as important influences as the Punk, Noise and Rock genres they might comfortably fit into.
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ART’S COOL PRESENT
SQUID 
Thursday 24 October 
19:00 – Midnight

 

The hotly tipped post-punk, disco-funk phenomenon Squid are back with new single ‘The Cleaner’ and the news of an EP called ‘Town Centre’.
On ‘The Cleaner,’ Squid are at their dynamic best; making good on the angular funk of ‘The Dial’ and the disco-punk of ‘Houseplants’ that has seen them receive love from radio, press and fans everywhere they’ve been. ‘The Cleaner’ is inspired by moving to London, trying to adjust to the pace and lifestyle of the city and all the issues that throws up. As with any Squid track, ‘The Cleaner’ is bursting with ideas and a clear energy and determination within the band to embrace different musical styles.
“A more aggressive spin on the funky post-punk of Television and Talking Heads” Stereogum
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ART’S COOL PRESENT 
PORRIDGE RADIO 
Monday 28 October 
19:00 – 23:00

 

Porridge Radio began as Dana Margolin’s sadcore bedroom project in 2012. Now a post-punk 4-piece, they inelegantly knot together vicious, furious emotional outpour with beautifully melodic pop songs.After a series of home-recorded demos, and the growing legend of their intense live shows, they released full-band debut LP ‘Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers’ on Memorials of Distinction in 2016. Recorded in a garden shed, the lofi debut documents struggles with life, love and boredom, and showcases the scrapbook absurdism at Porridge Radio’s core.
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ART’S COOL PRESENT
WARMDUSCHER 
Thursday 7 November 
19:00 – 01:00

Clams Baker, Lightnin’ Jack Everett, Mr Salt Fingers Lovecraft and The Witherer have been joined by Quicksand on cutting board and cheese wire and commis chef Cheeks on vibes. They’ve been cooking. Michelin stars. The finest ingredients money can buy: Kool Keith and Iggy Pop. Funk, punk, hip-hop and lounge rock. Love is real.

Tainted Lunch was recorded in just four days, with soupe du jour Dan Carey (Kate Tempest, black midi, Fontaines DC). Warmduscher continue to live on their razor-sharp wits. Or as Clams Baker puts it “there’s no way to stop now”. Delivering the goods you never knew you needed.
“Pure filth” Lauren Laverne, BBC 6 Music
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ART’S COOL PRESENT 
STEALING SHEEP
Friday 6 December 
19:00 – 02:00 

Stealing Sheep are an art-pop band from Liverpool, who formed in 2010. Their line up includes Rebecca Hawley (vocals and keys), Emily Lansley (vocals and guitar) and Luciana Mercer (vocals and drum kit).

Their third album ‘Big Wows’ is heavier, harder and weirder than Stealing Sheep’s previous work. Bold neon pop songs with rave percussion, steelpans, dreamy segues and breathy experiments. The *fsszzt* sound of lemonade opens the album with a hyper-real sense of optimism that progressively reveals the cracks of dystopian irony amidst sugar–coated pop; held together by Emily Lansley’s bass guitar, Luciana Mercer’s drum kit, Rebecca Hawley’s synths, and the trio’s swooning steely vocal harmonies.
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Details

Date:
1 November
Time:
08:00 - 17:00

Artist / Organiser

Elsewhere
Website:
elsewhere.community

Venue

Elsewhere
21-22 The Centre
Margate, CT9 1RL UK
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