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THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.



THE RESEARCH

THE RESEARCH

THREATMANTICS + GUESTS
The Luminaire
Wednesday 22 October 2008

£7.50 ADV

THE RESEARCH a three piece from Wakefield with a gift for sunshine melodies play a tight live set of art-rock-pop as they mix minimalist guitars, punchy bass lines, swelling keyboards and pounding rhythms… Marrying memorable choruses with fuzzy casio keyboard riffs they have created a distinctive woozy sound that works as an eminently recognisable backdrop to their tales of love, both lost and gained. Imagine the emotional witterings of David Gedge or Darren Hayman but sitting over rumbling basslines and shambolic electro rhythms and you get the tear stained picture. The trick though is that whilst the lyrics veer from the deliriously happy to, more often, lower lip wobblingly sad, the music is almost uniformly upbeat and positive.







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