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Friday 27th April 2018

Magoo X Red Van Records

— The White Rabbit
Falmouth's finest bringing the southern heat.
time:19:00pm
price: Headfirst Tickets

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The blossoming relationship between Magoo & Falmouth's finest, Red Van Records begins here!

Milo Gore

The Petties

Aaran Daniel Music




MILO GORE

'Too Much Too Soon' is the second EP from Lo-fi Alternative-Folktronica collective, Milo Gore. The two track EP is an exploration of sound, with the first track 'Towel On The Floor' directly exploring the idea of DIY production. This track is a playful squeal to their first EP 'Watch the Tide', containing samples from the first track 'In My Nature'. The second song on the EP 'State', was co-written by electronica artist Jay Beale. This track is a refreshing example of organic pop, bursting with personality and raw lyricism. Gore describes his music as ‘rough around the edges but forever powerful and genuine’.

The band, formed by a group of friends from University, provide undeniable personality in their musicianship. 'Too Much Too Soon' is short representation of the groups experiences with mental health and time. Produced by Conor Dickinson, and mastered by Matt Berry - 'Too Much Too Soon' is the perfect mix of the bands ability to play with genre and style. Having recently played at O2 Islington's 'Emerging Artist' showcase, the band are now partaking in live session recordings across the country, in preparation for their festival filled summer!

https://www.facebook.com/MiloGoreMusic/
soundcloud.com/milogoremusic/coco-live


THE PETTIES

Bristol based four piece playing indie rock madness and writing anthems of teenage angst and dissatisfaction. Known for captivating live performances at venues such as The Garage and 02 Academy Islington as their former collective Fighting With Kites, their onstage antics and hard hitting lyrical content make them a spectacle to the ears and eyes.

https://www.facebook.com/thepetties/
https://open.spotify.com/artist/5yLOu31weqY0au7U0vLg6a?si=13tLVzX2QQ2akER9ZcviNw

AARAN DANIEL

'The Next David Gray' people say... Glorious.

https://www.facebook.com/aarandanielmusic/
soundcloud.com/aaran-daniel

£3 Headfirst
£4 OTD

It's gonna be a bloody good one.

Magoo & RVR X

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