Thursday, June 11, 2009

Get to the Albany...

A great summer's night entertainment coming up at the Albany next week. Maybe I just haven't been getting out enough but it did feel as if New X/Detpford was at risk of losing its edge a bit as incubator of great new music. But judging by this the next wave is coming through - so get down there and then you will be able to say, like those of us lucky enough to be in the Paradise Bar four or five years ago, that you saw x, y, z when they were still playing in small venues in the area.



On Thursday June 18th 2009 at the Albany in Deptford (Douglas Way SE8), OOXXOO and the Albany present...


The Invisible : Fresh from a crazy six months supporting Hot Chip, the Doves and Foals, the Invisible are some of the most talented musicians to come out of South East London in the past few years. They are also some ofthe most well liked and most respected, it is a real pleasure to havethem headline and showcase their work.

Alexis Taylor [Hot Chip] DJ Set: Alexis is taking a well-earned break from finishing the recording of the new Hot Chip album to come down to Deptford and play his selection of the best dance music around.

Laetitia Stereolab / Marie Lisbonne DJ Set: spinning some records as well as showcasing their joint project Monade.

Exlovers, - recently finished recording an EP with Stephen Street [The Smiths, Blur] and have been band of the week on Steve Lamacq twice.Dimbleby & Capper - Laura Bettinson [aka Dimbleby and Capper] pours her sweet and sultry vocal styles over beautifully constructed songs.

David Jay - 'The Vocal Pugilist' - spoken word artist, check this out.

Plus No Pain in Pop DJs and in the Cafe area A Little Bazaar Market with record stalls, traditional jumble, badge making, Vintage clothes and more... and Zineswap (just what is says).

Advance tickets £6 from Albany Box Office (0208 692 4446) or £6/5 NUS on the door. Doors open 7.30pm.

2 comments:

853blog said...

I won't be able to make it along, but I've seen Monade before and they're really good.

j said...

Thank you!