Download your free ticket here Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms. Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80's girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack. Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires - having worked with the likes of Lee "Scratch" Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius. Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss. Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here Plus support from Mickey Gloss. Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming. "/>
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Las Kellies

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MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

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Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.



Las Kellies

Las Kellies

MICKEY GLOSS
Shacklewell Arms
Monday 12 August 2013

FREE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PAGES/KELLIES/49662253578

Download your free ticket here

Eat Your Own Ears are excited to announce that Las Kellies will be playing a free show at the Shacklewell Arms.
Fiery Argentine trio Las Kellies return with their fourth album Total Exposure, which is due out on Fire Records in September. The album features a wonderfully eclectic collection of tracks, drawing on their post-punk and punk roots with added inspired from reggae and dance music as well as bands like The Slits, ESG and 80’s girl group Humpe Humpe. This beckons a new sound for the band, with the introduction of keyboards, synth drums and more harmonious vocals. The result is a splendidly seductive, cohesive album with a summer party-time, slow-groove vibe and sprinklings of Peaking Lights and Massive Attack.

Total Exposure shows Las Kellies leaning heavily on dub influences thanks partly to the involvement of Iván Diaz Mathé (Ivi Lee), one of the most influential reggae-dub producers in Buenos Aires – having worked with the likes of Lee “Scratch” Perry and Mad Professor. The album also features guest appearances from another reggae legend, Dennis Bovell (who mixed their last album) as well as The Make Up/Chain and The Gang frontman, Ian Svenonius.

Their live shows are full of infectious energy, with their garage rhythms and teasing impertinence, this show is one not to miss.

Las Kellies new album Total Exposure available here

Plus support from Mickey Gloss.

Mickey Gloss is a rock party that started in Australia and ended up in London. Songs consist of absurd rants scattered against sophisticated minimal bass and emotional drumming.







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