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East India Youth

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SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
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£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”



East India Youth

East India Youth

SPECIAL GUESTS
Sebright Arms
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Sold Out

£6
SOUNDCLOUD.COM/EAST-INDIA-YOUTH

Stolen & Eat Your Own Ears are happy to welcome back East India Youth to play a special show at The Sebright Arms with support from Laces and The Quietus DJ’s.

The music that William Doyle then creates is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica. Naming himself East India Youth after the location of his flat in London’s Docklands, he set about pressing the demo CD into the hands of wandering journalists, including John Doran, founder of The Quietus: ” I’d always said that I’d cut my own head off using nail clippers before we started a record label. Therefore I’m probably more surprised than anyone to be asking you to lend your ears to the ‘Hostel’ EP on The Quietus Phonographic Corporation.”







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