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Dates: 07 Jul - 07 Jul
Show Time: 8:00pm
By Skinny Wolves
SKINNY WOLVES: GIRLS NAMES
The first 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 Girls Names.
Good value, great sounds, no excuses.
Playing in the Cube
I HEART THE MONSTER HERO
Admission 12, limited capacity available, early booking advisable.
DJs playing at the bar:
SAM KKLOVENHOOF (Led Er Est, NYC)
GO BANG (Mark Keane and Eoin Wickham)
ABOUT GIRLS NAMES
Formed in January 2009, Girls Names quickly garnered recognition outside of the confines of their hometown of Belfast with the release of their eponymous debut EP in 2010 through New Yorks Captured Tracks. A mini album through London imprint Tough Love soon followed, setting the foundations for their critically acclaimed debut LP Dead To Me, released in April last year again by Tough Love in Europe and cult West Coast label Slumberland Records in the US. After a successful tour of Europe in October last year supporting stand alone single Black Saturday, Girls Names began to hint at a possible directional shift away from their often misperceived surf and indie-pop roots. Indeed, the band have expanded to a four-piece and have spent the last six months in virtual seclusion honing and developing a more progressive and expansive sound, feeding on the darker sides of Echo and The Bunnymen, Spacemen 3, Krautrock, Psychedelia, post-punk and David Bowie’s Low.
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