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100 Club

100 Club

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100 Club
100 Oxford Street
London
W1D 1LL

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Senser + Credit To The Nation + Collapsed Lung

Senser + Credit To The Nation + Collapsed Lung

Senser (fronted by co-vocalists Heitham Al-Sayed and Kerstin Haigh) have been a force to be reckoned with ever since their debut album 'Stacked Up' crashed into the UK Charts at number 4, giving the band a platinum selling smash in 1995. With cover features in NME and Melody Maker, and a touring schedule that saw them hit the road with the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against The Machine, The Levellers, Tool and Moby - not to mention SIX slots at Glastonbury - the band soon honed and sharpened their live assault and song writing chops and are back on the road again with new material.

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Mungo Jerry

Mungo Jerry

70s chart topper playing all their hits, most notably 'In The Summertime" along with the likes of "Baby Jump", "Long-Legged Woman Dressed In Black", "Lady Rose" and "Alright Alright Alright".

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London Calling play The Clash

London Calling play The Clash

The Clash released their acclaimed second album "Give 'Em Enough Rope" in 1978. It went to Number 2 in the UK Charts and was the first album by the band to be released in the USA. Sounds Magazine named the album as the 'Best Album of the Year'. NME voted it the '87th Greatest Album of All Time' retrospectively in 1993. London Calling, The UK’s premier tribute to The Clash will be paying homage by playing the album in it's entirety in sequence.

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Graham Day & The Forefathers

Graham Day & The Forefathers

Graham Day – legendary vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for garage/psychedelic icons, The Prisoners. Long Heralded as one of the great lost bands and influential across so many quarters, The Prisoners story is a long one and continues as an ever increasing list of contemporary acts including The Charlatans, The Stone Roses & The Inspiral Carpets cite them as influences.

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The Spitfires

The Spitfires

Taking in a wide range of influences from Reggae and Ska through to Punk and Soul - this melting pot has helped infuse the band's own sound and style.
The Spitfires have released three albums. 'Response' and 'A Thousand Times' and "Year Zero'.

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Transmission - The Sound Of Joy Division

Transmission - The Sound Of Joy Division

Playing the album in its entirety + other classics by Joy Division.
Devoted to recreating the atmosphere of a live Joy Division gig, Transmission emulate the sound of one of the most inventive, evocative and influential groups of their era.

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The Claim

The Claim

The Claim hail from Cliffe in Kent and were one of the major players in the thriving "Medway Scene" which came out of the Medway Towns in the 1980's alongside The Prisoners, Thee Milkshakes, The Dentists, Wipe Out and more. Their debut album "Armstrong's Revenge and Eleven Other Short Stories" was released in 1985 closely followed by "This Pencil Was Obviously Sharpened By a Left-Handed Indian Knife Thrower" the following year.

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