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SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here



Koudlam

Koudlam

SPECIAL GUESTS
Old Blue Last
Wednesday 2 March 2011

FREE FROM TICKETWEB
WWW.MYSACE.COM/KOUDLAM

In a world of bland and derivative pop music, KOUDLAM is a truly refreshing puff of smoky French air. He’s a self-professed ‘Symphonic Composer,’ who makes haunting and beautiful electronic power-pop songs. He croons these songs in a nasal, decidedly French-sounding English. They are completely hypnotic and brilliant. They’re hard to put into regular words. They’re scuzzy; they revel in sounding a bit rough-around-the–edges. They go from really tender to really menacing in about the time it takes to light another Gauloise.

 

Download your free ticket for this show from Ticketweb here







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