Roadkill #18 - feat. Raw Meat DJs

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May 1, 2015
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Aces & Eights
156-158 FORTRESS ROAD, TUFNELL PARK, NW5 2HP

It's Heavy Leather Promotions' Roadkill #18 this Friday, and Raw Meat DJs are spinning tunes before, between and after Sunlight Service Group, The Venus Lyx and Saint Agnes.

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Roadkill #18 - feat. Raw Meat DJs

It's Heavy Leather Promotions' Roadkill #18 this Friday, and Raw Meat DJs are spinning tunes before, between and after Sunlight Service Group, The Venus Lyx and Saint Agnes.

First on the bill are the psychedelic Sunlight Service Group. These guys pull heavy riffs and spacey, psych vocals together over train-track-rhythm bass lines and skittering drum fills to bring you tunes that wind their way out of this world.

 

Main support comes from The Venus Lyx. These guys have the heavy blues racket nailed tight. They have a rockabilly swagger, but with punk song writing sensibilities, swaying drum beats, and slurred blues guitar lines thrown in.

 

Headliners Saint Agnes are a live staple on the London circuit. With their cinematic spaghetti Western vibes, foot stomping blues and dual vocals; these guys can turn from hard rock to desert country on a switchblade edge. They also put on an incredible live show, so to see them in a dank basement headline slot will be a lovely sweaty treat.

 

Then, of course, Raw Meat DJs will be there playing a mix of old and new garage, punk, psych and whatever the gosh-darn-heck else we feel like.

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