3rd Annual Smalltown America Charity All Dayer
3rd Annual Smalltown America Charity All Dayer 16th September, 2006 @ 93 Feet East & Secret Aftershow Location London (1pm - 2am)
Smalltown America Records are delighted to announce the all-star cast for this year's 3rd annual charity all-dayer, held once again in London's 93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane, London E1 on Saturday 16th September 2006 in support of Cancer Research UK and The Connection At St. Martins.
Our line-up includes (in alphabetical order): 4 or 5 Magicians, 65daysofstatic, Blood Red Shoes, Cats and Cats and Cats, Dartz!, Dead! Dead! Dead!, Distophia, Fickle Public, Frank Turner, I Was A Cub Scout, Jetplane Landing, Leila Zerai, Oppenheimer, Pagan Wanderers LU, Scanners, The Mighty Roars, The Retro Spankees, The Young Playthings, Tiger Force and Vatican DC playing across 3 stages at 2 venues - the main day at 93 plus an exclusive after-show at a nearby secret location into the small hours. Band details below.
Tickets are priced at £15 in advance from We Got Tickets or Ticketweb.
All profits will be given to Cancer Research UK and The Connection At St. Martins. Doors open at 1:00pm and as last year, the running order won't be announced before the show - so please get there early if you can. We're stunned that so many fantastic bands are appearing, donating their time and energy for the good causes. Hope you can come along.
An audio-visual post-rock rollercoaster ride, from heavy guitar riffs swapping into drum and bass and trance and then back again.
London based post-punks and US Bloc Party labelmates, think clever lyrics, spiky guitars and late period Blondie and Joy Division
BLOOD RED SHOES
Brighton based boy-girl guitar and drums blues assault; White Stripes/Mudhoney cave-man blues throbbing with monolithic power
Fast-rising London outfit draw their influences from The Undertones, The Buzzcocks and The Dead Kennedys and have created a fresh new sound to the excitement of both rock and dance crowds.
Dischord-tinged, incredibly driven punk-rock/disco-jazz from North Yorkshire
DEAD! DEAD! DEAD!
Dazzling Arcade Fire-in-training mix of epic yearning and a massive clattering percussion coming on as typically English in its sadistic eccentricity as slipping arsenic into your PG Tips
A whistle stop visit from the exquisite Belfast-based, synth-pop duo before they set off on their third US jaunt of 2006.
As last year all profits will be donated to Cancer Research UK and The Connection at St Martins.
Cancer Research UK's vision is to conquer cancer through world-class research. They are the largest volunteer-supported cancer research organisation in the world and support the work of 3,000 scientists working across the UK. CR UK's annual scientific spend is more than £191 million, which is raised almost entirely through public donations.
The Connection at St Martins aims to help young people in crisis to deal with the physical and personal consequences of homelessness and enabling them to find long term solutions to their housing and employment problems. They encourage clients to gain the confidence and skills they need to live independently and access work or further education.