Having subjected passengers to frankly unlawful conditions on the hottest day of the year last time around, the Margate bus trip is back!
Bigger, better, and (hopefully) air-conditioned, we’ll be chartering a ride on Friday August 16th from the capital all the way to everyone’s favourite British seaside town.
Grab an ice cream, swim a while then head across to Elsewhere record store for a night of intimate performances by London duo The Rhythm Method, Glasgow’s Walt Disco and two special guests to be announced – one more predictable than the other…
For a chance to win free return travel for you and a friend from Liverpool Street as well as entry on the night, sign up at sportsteamband.com [Applicants must be 18+]
Regular £8 gig tickets to Elsewhere can be purchased here >> https://www.seetickets.com/event/margate-bus-trip-2019/elsewhere/1410503
Hailing from across Canada and the UK, Montreal’s Pottery consists of core writers Austin Boylan and Jacob Shepansky, along with Peter Baylis, Paul Jacobs, and Tom Gould. Initially bonding over artists such as Orange Juice, Josef K and Devo, the band creates a sound that combines eclectic traces of post-punk, pop, and dance music, forming an unusual atmosphere that envelopes audiences. While often shrill and jarring, Pottery’s songs simultaneously engage listeners into a hypnotic state. It’s this dualism that binds them together, uncovering harmony within discord.
Really pleased to team up with Sad Club Records and bring some of their most exciting artists to The Social. Join us from 8pm for music from L.A. PEACH, John Myrtle and Bugs. So Young and Sad Club Records DJ’s will fill in the gaps.
Tickets on sale – https://www.alttickets.com/fontaines-d.c.-tickets
The last six months have seen Fontaines D.C. release four hotly received double A-side singles, all of which were named as singles of the week by Rough Trade, and garnered early support from the likes of Steve Lamacq and others on BBC 6 Music, as well as earning feature space from every major Irish and UK publication. They have toured sold-out shows across Ireland, the UK and Europe, and will embark on a full world tour throughout 2019.