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Project Arts Centre presents
Dates: 27 Jul - 27 Jul
By Skinny Wolves
The second in a series of new club nights at Project Arts Centre. Chill out in the bar for a night of music and choose from a line up of DJ’s upstairs and bands downstairs, headlined by Last Days of 1984 and Ships.
Good value, great sounds, no excuses.
Playing in the Cube
LAST DAYS OF 1984 (Osaka)
SHIPS (Synth Eastwood)
Admission 10, limited capacity available, early booking advisable.
DJs playing at the bar:
GIB CASSIDY (Elastic Witch)
ABOUT LAST DAYS OF 1984
Last Days Of 1984 are Brian Rice and Darren Moloney. Influenced by surf, afro-beat, 90’s dance music and tropical electronica, they make music to make people dance.
They released their first album, Wake Up To The Waves, on Osaka records at the start of Summer 2012. Theyve played shows alongside Dan Deacon, John Maus, Ital and at Berlin Festival 2011 they played alongside Tune-Yards, Pantha Du Prince, Health, Beirut and Battles
SHIPS is a new musical project from Simon Cullen and Sorca McGrath. The two met a few years back and after an extended period of hanging out, sizing up, and rigorous sound/soul searching they finally got around to making some music. Simon and Sorca aim to combine their ideas on humans and human experiences with a passion for sounds that urge you to move.
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