Golden Palms Presents Batsch & Duke Keast

Friday 22 December 2017 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£5



End of year party with two local faves! And a Batsch DJ disco until 1am after the bands!
£5 entry.

Batsch
Batsch are an indie pop quartet based in Coventry, England. Their smart, groove-oriented dance-pop takes nods from classic art rock like Talking Heads as well as modern contemporaries, such as Little Dragon and Dutch Uncles. The band formed in 2013 but the collaborations of singer/guitarist Mason Le Long, bassist Joe Carvell, drummer Matt Rheeston and keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist Andy Whitehead date back further. A previous incarnation of the band, DON’T MOVE!, released its only album, ‘The New Pop Sound’, on Tin Angel Records in 2009. All four members have also toured extensively with other artists, including Laetitia Sadier, Marker Starling, Devon Sproule and Nicholas Krgovich, many of whom are also on Tin Angel’s roster, putting Batsch at the epicentre of the British label’s cult international scene.

Duke Keast
Duke Keast is an artist hailing from Coventry, UK. Taking influence from iconic artists such as David Bowie, The Smiths and Prince, he and his band have created an individual sonic landscape of glistening pop music from an array of genres and influences. Duke recently came off tour in Europe performing alongside fellow Tin Angel Records artist, Marker Starling. Bring your friends, everyone’s welcome here!


Location
The Coal Vaults


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