MARVIN (FR), BILGE PUMP, COWTOWN / WHARF CHAMBERS / TUES 9TH JULY

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    TUESDAY 9TH JULY
    WHARF CHAMBERS
    8 P.M // £5

    MARVIN (FR) // BILGE PUMP // COWTOWN

    MARVIN

    Marvin are a three piece band from Montpellier France who play a powerful and almost instrumental rock, inspired by kraütrock, noise and electronica. Two years of marathon songwriting sessions, passionate collaboration, and meticulous engineering have resulted in Barry, their third album which they are currently touring. Marvin are known across Europe for their frenetic live shows. Emilie, Greg and Fred use all their powers to create some of the most glorious electro-punk with the electricity of Led Zeppelin infused with the venom of the Jesus lizard combined with Eno-inspired, big-beat electronica. These two forces collide and intermix to produce music that is upbeat, energetic and boisterous // http://marvin.bandcamp.com/

    BILGE PUMP

    Bilge pump have probably played with, dismayed and blown away all your favourite bands (take your pick from Lightning Bolt, Erase Errata, Part Chimp, Trans Am, The Mars Volta, Hella, Foals, Get Hustle, Les Savy Fav, Enon). They will probably make you want to quit playing music, but you'll get over it. They may not have done an interview in a magazine for you to read but they probably are the best thing you've ever heard, and if you haven't heard them, they probably are the best thing you've never heard, and if you've never heard them, you probably should, and here's your chance! // http://bilgepump.bandcamp.com/

    COWTOWN

    Cowtown are dynamic, over stimulated indie rock trio from Leeds who really really want you to have a good time. They also have a fresh new album ‘dudes vs bad dudes’ out now on Audacious art experiment records // http://cowtown.bandcamp.com/

    Wharf Chambers Co-operative Club is a members’ club, and you need to be a member, or a guest of a member, in order to attend. To join, please visit wharfchambers.org. Membership costs £1 and requires a minimum of 48 hours to take effect.

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