Venue: The Labour Club (Website)
Event: Masters of Budvar present
Location: 95-97 Charles St Northampton England NN1 3BG
The Labour Club
Corner of Earl & Charles
Friday 3rd August 2007
Last time that this Bristol trio played at Masters of Budvar they ended up being signed to a record deal with Very Friendly Records, part of Cargo. So it seems only right that they should make their return to the Labour Club just as their album is released.
With a history involving Blue Aeroplanes, Strangelove, Witness and Groove Armada (!), Saturation Point are a deeply powerful and melodic post-rock outfit, combining powerful electric guitar drones with fizzing electronics and a mighty rhythm section. Their lovely instrumentals work their way deep into your consciousness and a sense of deep satisfaction and contentment can only ensue.
A first appearance at Masters of Budvar for this darkly talented quintet from London. Classic songwriting and powerful, committed lyrics combine to bring to mind memories of the Perfect Disaster.
SUPERSTAR DJ THE NOTORIOUS B.E.Z.
NN1's leviathan of the leisure lounge graces us with a fine selection of tunes from his capacious collection.
Admission is free and the doors are open from 8:00pm
Don't let the speakeasy-style door entryphone system put you off. Somebody will surely come and let you in.
Don't worry about smoking either. The Labour Club has erected a covered area for smokers in the back garden. We like to call it "The Bike Shed".
We hope to see you there for another rocking night at Masters of Budvar.
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