Blang presents:


Muse Soho, 23 Frith Street, London W1D 4RR

Doors 8.00 PM

£5 entrance (NUS and JSA/DLA/PIP/ESA £3 with proof)

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Lucy’s Diary (10 15 PM)
Pop-punk story-telling from the diaries of Lucy Joplin. Helping her shake a Buzzcocks/Blondie cocktail are Ian Button (Death In Vegas, Papernut Cambridge, Sergeant Buzfuz) on drums, Mike Stone (Television Personalities, Rapid Results College) on bass and JJ Crash (JJ Crash) on guitar.
“I’ve been listening to Lucy’s Diary.  One of my favorite things is ethereal female vocals over dirty guitars” (Frank Skinner in Mojo) “scathing pop perfection” (Music OMH)
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Rapid Results College (9.30 PM)
RRC feature Rob Boyd (ex The Hillfields) on vocals/guitar, Mike Stone (Television Personalities/Lucy’s Diary) on guitar/vocals , Owain Evans (Rapid Results College) on drums and Terry Tyldesley (Feral Five) on bass. They play guitar pop songs with a C86 flavour about the cities we live in, our hopes, dreams, and calamities.

Kate Arnold (Fear Of The Forest) (8.45 PM)
Kate Arnold plays a rare solo show away from her experimental folk conjurors Fear Of The Forest. Kate is currently on a genealogical odyssey ,writing songs about her family history based on her father’s research. So we hear tales of forebears like Captain Swing, leader of the 19th century Swing Riots. And a gypsy great grandmother. The stories are accompanied by Arnold’s sweeping violin playing and intricately threaded with shimmering loops of hammered dulcimer. Kate is an ex-member of Sergeant Buzfuz and Thee Awkward Silences and has played with Senegalese kora player Doudou Sissoko, Greek neo-folk troupe Daemonia Nymphe and English folk singer Lisa Knapp. Which gives an idea of the breadth of her influences.