13 Apr 2013 - 6:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Free entry / £5 basement
We’re changing up how we do things on Saturday nights down the bar in 2013.
Head down any Saturday for great records and drinks, with DJs over one or two floors playing 60s and 70s soul, rock n roll, funk, disco, house, pop, boogie, psych and more. Guaranteed good vibes and sounds all night – grab a booth and settle down!
For advance bookings call the bar or email email@example.com
The basement is now available for special events, launches, one off gigs and parties and the diary is filling up quickly. Drop Carl a line to find out more – firstname.lastname@example.org
. . IN THE BASEMENT
The Infinite Wilds + support
London folk-and-noise quartet bring melody and drama in equal measure with new EP
Four-piece alt.folk melody makers The Infinite Wilds are set to release their new EP with a celebration launch party on April 13th in the hallowed halls of the legendary Heavenly Social, W1.
Singer Alexei: “Sonically, it’s a big, lush, yearning record full of energy and emotion. It swings between a pastoral melancholy and euphoric drama. We’re all really buzzing about getting the songs out there and being able to share them with everyone.” ‘Wishing Leaves’ showcases the band’s sound through the songs Love is Not A Love Song, Memory Calls, Vow and Procession. The unorthodox set-up of instruments including violin, vocals, percussion and bass creates an unexpected and complimentary twist to songs often weaving in harmony, melody, and passionate tales of love and life.
Produced by the visionary Bryan Wilson (Frightened Rabbit, Of Monsters and Men, Bat for Lashes), and mastered by the same hands as Nick Cave, Bjork and Sigur Ros, Wishing Leaves’ fast and melodramatic songs will leave you lost in its windswept and haunting soundscape for days.
After forming in early 2012, The Infinite Wilds have developed their original and distinctive sound, gestating and performing only a select few gigs in London to an ever-growing group of fans.
Doors 7pm-1am – £5