Absent Kelly Presents East Indie Club: The Edit
26 Friday 26th January

Absent Kelly Presents East Indie Club: The Edit

93 Feet East

150 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

Price: £8 OTD / £6 ADV
Time: 7pm – Late

Get yourself down to Brick Lane’s famous 93 Feet East this January to end a long, dark month, with a ton of great bands.

Local London quartet The Edit will be topping the bill after impressing promoters Absent Kelly at previous shows. Expect a mix of ska, rock and punk from these guys, performed with tons of energy and charm. They’ve been turning heads all over the underground scene in the Capital, so come and see what all the fuss is about.

Providing support is The Stoned Crows, a London quartet who specialise in crafting old school rhythm & blues with a rock edge. Their signature sound has seen them bag slots at big name venues, such as Islington’s O2 Academy and record at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis.

Alt/rock quartet, Before the Breakdown will be gracing the stage with their thrashing guitars and high energy live shows. They’ve gained quite a name for themselves on their local scene already and are now ready to show the Capital what they’ve got!

We’ll also be joined by Another Summer. The local London trio will be bringing with them their brand of Pop/Rock overlaid with distinctive, New Romantic-esque vocals.

Brummy singer-songwriter, Oliver Beardmore will be there too. Oliver’s jangly indie has gained him slots at huge venues, including his local O2 Academy.

Hertfordshire based Jessie Dipper will be bringing her brand of acoustic indie pop, reminiscent or Kate Nash, to the stage. With tons of great reviews, including from us, she’s one to watch!

Opening the show is Nice Guy Dave, a Berkshire singer-songwriter who specialises in crafting acoustic pop/rock full of creative lyrics and infectious melodies.

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