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Monday 29th May

The Lemon Tree

6 (4 concessions & Regulars)

Doors Open: 8pm

Show Starts: 8.30pm

From Wakefield, The Research a highly unconventional trio who sweet-sounding pop with some truly dark lyrical preoccupations. Their debut national tour earlier this year (including

a great Lemon Tree show) saw them more than live up to the hype surrounding them and are now making major waves.

"Songwriters have driven themselves loopy looking for the perfect love song, yet all along three indie outsiders from Wakefield knew the secret ingredient" - NME

"tinny organs, crudely mixed bass and syncopating drums - that owes debts to Wire, Devo, Lene Lovich and, more recently, reductive art-rock nu-noiseniks such as The Others and Neil's Children." The Sunday Times

details on Lemon Tree website and purchase tickets online

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Good question.

Presumably some people look at aberdeen-music gigs and events forum, but not the specific Lemon Tree one and vice versa.

Probably a bit of overkill that this particular thread's first three entries were exactly the same, but in terms keeping the awareness of the gig high I don't see what harm there is in having two similar threads.

So basically this is a very long-winded "yes"

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''Described by Radio 1s Vic Galloway as "simply impossible to interview" and by his co presenter Gill Mills as "A dirty and beautiful noise", the Paris/Aberdeen based pop experi-mentalists Kill Baby... Kill take influences from daytime television, shoes and international glamorous discothques. To date, their reputation is built entirely on a handful of live performances and some incendiary 2 Track cassette recordings (soonly available as downloads check myspace for updates). Lyrically bizarre and musically reckless the sound of K.B.K. is improbably satisfying, and acheives its mission - to completely disregard the rules of pop music.''


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