Friday 31st of August 2018
The Slaughtered Lamb, London

With support from:
Down From Above, Leg Puppy, Living Dead Girl

Ticket price: £5adv
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Doors open at 7pm
Venue and Locality: The Slaughtered Lamb, London
Postcode: EC1V 0DX

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Moi Saint
Moi saint creates the landscape of ambient, upbeat, synthetic sound ,turning the emotion into the shape of melody in the colour of magic.
Based in Liverpool, influenced by bands of old electronica such as Depeche Mode, Gary Numan, Coil, Enigma and modern vibe of XXIst century industrial like Nine Inch Nails or IAMX.

Down From Above
Down FromAbove are a fusion of bittersweet melodies and menacing guitar riffs, juxtaposed with growling bass lines and underpinned by forceful, hard driving beats. Driven by the urge to be original, forward looking, and true to themselves, the band are bringing their unique melange of heavy soundscapes with trippy dark.

Leg Puppy
London's most charismatic band channel their inner love for The Fall & Blur with new anthem Meds and Beer.

Following on from She's Lost Her Soul, Selfie Stick Narcissistic Prick & Running Through a Field of Wheat, the band continue to tackle contemporary issues with witty satirical lyrics, this time LegPuppy choose the corporate world with Meds and Beer, taking a swipe at the 9-5 routine, with the lyric 'I'm in a meeting about a meeting' to hilarious effect. It's a track The Fall would have been proud to release.

Living Dead Girl
Living Dead Girl are a multi-instrumental two piece who produce layered, atmospheric electronica with a dark twist. Jonno Lloyd (guitar, bass, synth, programming, and backing vocals) and Jessica English (lead vocals, synth, piano, and programming) merge their unique styles effortlessly to create industrial strength pop with a delicate charm.
Both growing up in a creative atmosphere, English was classically trained in piano and vocals, while Lloyd took guitar into successful industrial rock groups such as Ventenner. The two would work together for the first time in 2014, finding common ground somewhere between trip-hop, rock and electronic music. This unlikely meeting of styles would lead to the creation of the group’s dark yet accessible pop, delivered with themes that move between fantastical escapism and pained reflection, leaving a classically haunting aftertaste.