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  • Electric Liberation Tour – Line-Up Change

    Some news! It’s been a pretty crazy few weeks in the run up to the Electronic Liberation Tour 2017, and we’ve been fraught with problems behind the scenes, so here’s an update.

    Unfortunately, Syd.31 won’t be able to join us on this tour for personal reasons. We’re gutted too, and hope they can play for you soon.

    The good news though, is that the rest of the team have rallied round, and we’ve roped in some friends as very special guests for the remaining dates on the tour. Twist Helix will be joining us in Newcastle. Check ’em out below

    ded.pixel , St Lucifer and Def Neon will all be performing as normal.

    The running order will be decided closer to the day.

    It’s been rough, but the last thing we want to do is let down the rest of the tour and the people coming along to support us so… bring it on and we’ll see you in November.

    Saturday 25th November 2017
    7:00pm doors
    Head of Steam (ThinkTank Underground), 2 Neville Street, Newcastle, NE1 5EN
    £8 adv. / £10 otd.  Ticket Link
    18+ only

     


  • The Electronic Liberation Tour

    Manchester DIY alternative label AnalogueTrash will be taking four of its hottest acts on tour this November under the banner of the Electronic Liberation Tour 2017.

    Syd.31, ded.pixel, DEF NEON and St Lucifer will be playing at the Head of Steam (Think Tank Underground) on Saturday 25th November

    Here’s a little bit information about each band…

    Syd.31 – Genre-mashing, political electro-punk. Imagine the furious love child of Grace Jones and Sid Vicious fronting Atari Teenage Riot.

    ded.pixel – Progressive electronics and Northern bleakness; pushing the boundaries of electro, post rock, ambient and classical minimal composition.

    DEF NEON – An uncanny juxtaposition of contemporary electronics and classic indie rock sensibilities. Think The Gossip meets The Pet Shop Boys, or Peaches meets Van Halen.

    St Lucifer – Avant-garde anti-pop electro noise punk four-piece from the rainy city.  Brace yourself for an eclectic smorgasbord of sounds and an incendiary live show.

    We’re really chuffed to have this bill, it’s a good chance to showcase the next wave of alternative electronic acts.  We’ve also managed to keep costs down and the tour will be priced just £8 in advance, £10 on the door

    You can secure tickets here…