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Star date: 9th October 2010 

SALFORD GOES IN THE CITY

Electric Wednesday – 13th October  @FAC251 free
Acoustic Thursday   – 14th October  @TROF free

Two special free entry nights starring Salford bands and singers, and hosted by the Salford Music Co-operative and MFS music promotions, feature at the official fringe of the In The City Music Festival that happens in Manchester this week.

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In The City, originally founded by Salfordian Tony Wilson, highlights Salford talent this week with two Fringe free nights showcasing some top sounds.

Electric Wednesday at Peter Hook's FAC251 on 13th October, includes indie dance from Coup de Ville, top proper songs from John Herring and the unique electronic voice and soundscapes of Kin. Bands from outside Salford include Times New Romans, Violet Bones and The Screening.

Acoustic Thursday at TROF on 14th October includes ambient, electronic fold from Death to the Strange, psychedelic acoustics from Quiet Rebellion, 21st Century folk ballads from Mathew Grey, harmonies and melodies from Love Locked Out and Manc/Japanese indie pop from Glass Ankle.


Electric Wednesday
13th October  6pm-11pm free
FAC251, Princess St, Manchester


Acoustic Thursday
14th October  7pm-11pm free
TROF, Thomas Street, Manchester

Hear John Herring at www.john-herring.com


 

paul travis wrote
at 12:13:19 PM on Monday, October 11, 2010
Electric Wednesday introduced by punk TV Pundit and Popular cultre Guru John Robb. Acoustic Thursday introduced by Guitar George Borrowski. The events are being recorded live by Toast recordings, and a film of the night is being planned with the help of mr Tony Thornborough. See you at the front Salfordian Boy Paul T FMS promotions
 
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