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Date: Friday, February 3rd 2006 1138924800 (17 years 236 days ago)
Venue: The Labour Club (Website)
Event: Masters of Budvar present
Location: 95-97 Charles St Northampton England NN1 3BG
Admission: free
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The next Masters of Budvar will be at the Labour Club, Charles St, Northampton on Friday 3rd February.

Our headliners:


Astonishing trio from Leicester playing insane 21st Century antifolk in a uniquely spooky style.

Check out their latest album "Night of the Killer Longface".

Artist Website:

In support:


Young solo performer from Milton Keynes who may be some kind of genius.

Artist Website:

Our superstar DJs


"Music that's better than it sounds"

Doors are open from 8:00pm and the bar stays open until midnight.

Admission is free.
Credit: pat

📝 Pat Says

My thanks to Andy Skank and Joe Woolley for looking after the club while I was away with Wilson in Milton Keynes.

♥ Reviews

Eclectic is one of those oft-overused adjectives employed to describe bands which may not have decided which particular musical genre works for them...But I can think of no better handle for the mind-zapping trio Misterlee who topped the bill at the Labour Club in Earl Street.

Lead singer-percussionist Lee Allatson loves to create the impression that he's a cross between Syd Barrett and The Who's Keith Moon. Using the most minimalist of drum machines and lots of knob-twiddling feedback, he managed to create walls of sound which were definitely not for the MOR faint-hearted. And having toured extensively with him for five years, guitarist Jamie Smith and Michael Oxteby, electric violin/bass, knew how to keep up with him - just!

It came as no surprise they'd supported the mechanically mesmerising Thomas Truax (a wow at the Labour Club recently) with their "serious improvisation" set. Sounds like a crazy gig? It was!

Credit: Simmo Simkin\
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