Archive for July, 2008

Field Day presents
FIELD DAY FESTIVAL PRE-PARTY

Field Day – Victoria Park – Saturday 9 August 2008 Featuring the likes of FOALS, RITCHIE HAWTIN, THE NOTWIST and LES SAVY FAV

Field Day performers THE MAE SHI bring their DIY rock and busted electronics, along with hotly-tipped Glaswegian party-rockers DANANANANAYKROYD and WHITE HEAT DJS to a festival pre-party in the intimate surrounds of The Old Blue Last featuring a Tombola and other surprise fete activities with a chance to win a pair of tickets for FIELD DAY

THE MAE SHI
DANANANANAYKROYD
WHITE HEAT DJS

The Old Blue Last, 38 Great Eastern St, Shoreditch EC2A 3ES
020 7739 7033

Monday 4th August
Doors 8pm

Tickets £7.50 (advance) from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk  
08700 600 100
www.seetickets.com  
0870 264 3333

http://www.fielddayfestivals.com/
http://www.myspace.com/fielddaylondon
http://www.myspace.com/themaeshi
http://www.myspace.com/dananananaykroyd
http://www.whiteheatmayfair.com/index.php

Hailing from the City of Angels on America's West Coast, THE MAE SHI have experienced some seriously fun times over the years, spreading their righteous gospel on the genius of their band – a truly special musical beast. Taking the DIY tack to a new level, The Mae Shi have been together since 2002 and have self-released various recordings over the years in America only. For those who need a brief catch up, here's a little of what you've missed out on:.four records and 250 shows of busted electronics, spazzier-than-fuck drums, crazy-ass boogie guitar, distorted caveman bass and throat-destroying vocals, seeing the band playing in 100 different basements and garages to 100s of different kids.

DANANANANAYKROYD deal in all-or-nothing scrapey guitar rock. It's utterly delirious, insane fun with subtle touches in each corner to elevate these already-brilliant songs to a territory clearly marked 'genius'.

Now entering its fourth year the WHITE HEAT  empire continues to expand it's borders and make waves in the industry.
 
Starting in August 2003, White Heat began at the (now sadly redeveloped into offices) Infinity club. In the beginning it was just DJ's playing obscure indie records with some cool 80's dance thrown in. White Heat obviously struck a chord though as within months they had a rabid following. Two months on and the owners of the club offer to let them book the bands. The first night Bloc Party took the stage to a room of about 150 kids going crazy and from there it all kicked off.