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Windmill Brixton | 22 Blenheim Gardens | SW2 5BZ | London
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flirting. and For Breakfast are playing together at long last with some special friends!

flirting.

Blissed out and cool as fuck, flirting. is an anxiety-pop band who formed somewhere around the start of 2016 in East London. Whilst they might have come together originally for their collective love of an eclectic array of music/noise/vine videos, it would soon become apparent that it was more of a group therapy project, set to a Sofia Coppela soundtrack.

https://www.facebook.com/flirtingband/

FOR BREAKFAST

For Breakfast is a London six piece churning out dark, cathartic post-punk taking influence from Slint, Mogwai, Perfect Pussy and Fugazi.

"North London's most intriguing export to date." - Rare FM

"They manipulate textures and bend noise to their will, matching heavier material with delicate moments." - Too Many Blogs

http://soundcloud.com/forbreakfastband

https://www.facebook.com/forbreakfastband/

TROPIC

New Bristol trio.

"lo-fi guitar sound rattles with both Parquet Courts disjointed pauses, and pulsates with garage-rock fuzz. A local band really worth exploring." - Bristol Live Magazine

https://www.facebook.com/TropicBristol/

https://soundcloud.com/tropicbandbristol

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For Breakfast punk // rock -

Toast, beans etc. "North London's most intriguing export to date" - Rare FM

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Tropic rock -

Henry Terrett (drums), Meg Jenkins (bass), https://soundcloud.com/jack_ogborne (vocals + guitar)

"Brooding, dark and stilted, ‘A Continuing Saga #3 (Deja Vu)’ is an impressive first track from Bristol’s Tropic.
One of three new tracks released by the band, it’s lo-fi guitar sound rattles with both Parquet Courts disjointed pauses, and pulsates with garage-rock fuzz. A local band really worth exploring." - Bristol Live Magazine

Contact: jogborne99@gmail.com

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