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AGP: THE WINTER TRADITION + SCHOLARS + TURNING 13 - Mon 23 May - Cafe Drummond


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AGP presents

THE WINTER TRADITION

SCHOLARS

+ Support

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Tue 24th May 2011 - 8pm

Cafe Drummond, Belmont Street, Aberdeen

14+ show

Tickets 5 from One Up, Belmont Street, AGP ABERDEEN — Home and Welcome to TicketWeb!

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THE WINTER TRADITION are a noisy pop-rock quartet from Scotland. Their energetic live performances are emphasised by various dynamics that excite and involve the audience and they have succeeded in creating their own sound that is instantly recognisable to any listener or follower.

The band have previously supported major acts such as Enter Shikari, Hundred Reasons, The Dykeenies, Flood of Red and The XCerts and have had national air-play on Radio One, BBCScotland, BBC6 Music and XFM. They have also been featured in BBCIntroducing podcasts, Gill Mills Best of Myspace showcase and were selected as XFMScotlands Artist of the Week.

With their debut EP Well Make Our History (Sept2009) The Winter Tradition toured Scotland and were featured in many press articles and radio stations such as Detour Scotland, Glasgow PodCART, Radio Enjoyment, Leith FM and NewFound Sound

This was further backed up by a headline tour, DF Concerts support slots and bigger national feedback. The Winter Tradition were then approached by POW! Entertainment who are currently managing the band.

The Winter Tradition are currently recording their debut album with the release set for the summer of 2011.

With imminent A & R plans the band are looking to turn full time and are targeting major UK Festival performances in what promises to be an exciting year for all involved.

PRESS QUOTES:

Big swooping indie always has a place on the UTR stereo and The Winter Tradition are quickly becoming regulars on our shamefully beat-up tapedeck. Both anthemic and ananthemic, the Glasgow/Edinburgh ensemble produce effervescent, guitar driven totems, tinged with sleak college rock production. The Scotsman Under the Radar

One absolute pearler of a lead track that mixes the whole nine yards of power, punch, dynamics,warmth and expansion on three minutes that pass all too quickly. Dead Earnest Scottish Music Blog

Pretty darn special.. So many amazing new rock bands emerging from this little nation of ours right now and that is a fine example Jim Gellatly XFM Scotland

Im loving your stuff! Tight as hell! Vic Galloway BBC

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