27th February 2004
Sun Arts Centre, 30 Silver Street, Reading
- £3 Door -£4
100 Bullets Back
PARTY played Club Velocity last September, since then the London
based four piece have become one of the buzz bands of 2004 so far.
appearing in The Face, the NME, been championed by The Times, The
Independent and playing live on Radio One, they have had record
companies lining up to sign them.
One deejay Steve Lamacq describes them as "genius".
Party are a party band for the new generation that want to let a
lot of funk punk into their lives.
RHODES also played last year and have done a lot since then.
They have moved from Bristol to London, their old drummer left,
went on tour with Razor Light, got their first Radio One play by
music legend Alan McGee on his ace Death Disco show and supported
the awesome American two piece Mr Airplane Man in London.
guitar pop band have been likened to Kings of Leon, Magazine and
100 BULLETS BACK The now three-piece band (formerly four) from
Oxford and will be releasing their debut single for Velocity Recordings
single 'The Lost Souls Club' is nearly six minutes of pure 2004
POP! Velocity Recordings say it is the best release to date.
Bullets Back may have one ear on the 80's, but they manage to bring
their sound right up to date. That is being 2004. Think OMD/Pet
Shop Boys having a romp with bands such as The Killers or Franz