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Posted September 1st 2014

September’s supports

What amazing shows we’ve got coming up in September!
We’ve decided to a do a blog post, casting a light on some of the show’s brilliant support acts!

September 2nd is Pink Mountaintops at the Green Door Store.
The Heavy Hearted (main support) is an indie rock band from Exeter who have supported the likes of Big Deal, Stornoway, The 1975, Kelly Deal’s R.Ring and Pulled Apart By Horses. They are comprised of members of Big Words, Great Cynics, Ok Pilot and Muncie Girls, and play accessible, melodic rock influenced by The Breeders, Throwing Muses, Lemuria and Rilo Kiley.
Nightworkers are a 5-piece from Brighton creating psychedelic rock music. “Escapism doesn’t get greater than this.” Brighton Source

September 18th is An evening with Gruff Rhys at St. George’s Church.

September 23rd is The Magic Numbers at St. George’s Church.
Ren Harvieu is a singer-songwriter from Salford, she has been engaging audiences since 2012, where she was nominated for BBC Sounds of 2012. Her sophomore album is out through Island Records soon. “The songs have a timeless quality; inspired by old Disney movies and kitchen-sink dramas, Harvieu is the kind of Salford lass you can imagine a young Morrissey raving about.” Guardian

Also on September 23rd, if you want something more gritty and punk, it’s Dan Sartain at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar.
Support is from Brighton’s Spit Shake Sisters – three piece garage psych outfit with a penchant for violence and high decibel levels. “The soundtrack to the kind of party you wouldn’t want your mum to know about” – NME Magazine

September 25th is Brighton’s lovely Fear Of Men at The Hope. Fear Of Men recently released their debut album ‘Loom’ out via Kanine Records. They have toured with the likes of Best Coast, No Joy and Pains of Being Pure At Heart.
The Hundredth Anniversary will be supporting. The 5-piece create atmospheric and precisely structured songs that marry shimmering guitars, rigorous percussion and ethereal vocals to make swirling noise-pop. “With songs pitched somewhere between the grandeur of Galaxie 500 and the desolation of Low, the pace is slow and stately, rising to peaks of shimmering dreampop.” Brighton Source

September 30th is the blog-buzzing Sylvan Esso at the Green Door Store.
Support is from Brighton’s brilliant Anneka, a brilliant solo electronic artist who we had supporting East India Youth earlier this year. “…a truly magical sight. She plays the kind of music you lose yourself in, not to suggest it’s self-indulgent, rather that it’s hypnotic and dripping in atmosphere. ” – The Recommender
DJ set by DJ-G.