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PANDA EYES + CITY + NO PASARAN = fudgenight!

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SAT 5 MAY - FUDGE PRESENT - THE MOORINGS BAR - 8pm - 3

Panda Eyes (www.myspace.com/itsmoreofaflan)

Formed in the summer of 2006, Panda Eyes are a 5 piece indie pop combo based in the city of Aberdeen. Jan Deal, formerly of rock band Port of Saints and indie electro band Stroszek, met Glaswegian exile Marie-Claire Jones, and the two decided to form a band. They were recently voted the Best Band in Aberdeen at The Fudge Music Awards 2007 by you, The General Public, and theyre influenced by Mazzy Star, Rilo Kiley, Sonic Youth, Yo La Tengo and The Breeders.

City (Glasgow - www.myspace.com/cityrock)

Glaswegian five-piece playing high-quality contemporary indie rock. Think something along the lines of The Killers and you wont be far off. Their Myspaz page lacks a biography, so thats all we can say for certain - but check out the tunes on their site, add them, and say Hi.

No Pasaran (www.myspace.com/nopasaran1)

Formed from the ashes of lost hopes and broken dreams by a collection of overeducated and underemployed misanthropes and malcontents, No Pasaran just want to be remembered for the right reasons. Musically, its the noise of, dreams ending and walls falling

Their influences varied and include sweet soul music, Calexico, REM, The Fall, King Crimson, Jeff Buckley, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Micah P Hinson, Joanna Newsom, Johnny Cash, Nick Cave, Echo & the Bunnymen, Wilco, Whiskeytown, Gram Parsons/Burrito Brothers/Byrds, Violent Femmes, Emmylou Harris, The Band, Hank Williams, Camera Obscura, Tom Waits, Nick Drake, King Creosote, Arab Strap/Malcolm Middleton, Lorca and the Spanish Civil War.

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if i say this gig is in aid of a charity for eyeless pandas, will even more people come along?

I'll you'll hae a bar full of whinging animal rights folk.

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