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Wed 8th March 2017 - International Women's Day Event


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IMP are delighted to announce a very special evening and line-up to celebrate INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY on WEDNEDAY 8TH MARCH 2017. The evening will consist of FOUR live music artists and some top quality spoken word.

IMP thank Aberdeen City Council for their support to enable this event to happen.

Wed 8th March 2017
The Tunnels 1
Aberdeen
Doors 7pm to late

Advance tickets priced £12.00 are available from the direct event https://www.wegottickets.com/event/383569
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Concessions for Students, Unemployed & Aberdeen Accord Card holders priced £6.00 from the direct event
https://www.wegottickets.com/event/383570

Please bring your your concession card for checking on entry.

https://www.facebook.com/interestingmusicpromotions/
https://twitter.com/IMP_Aberdeen

Listing in alphabetical order

Bdy_PRTS
Originally a duo of Jenny Reeves of Strike the Colours and Jill O'Sullivan of Sparrow & the Workshop, they have now added drummer and electronics programmer Jonny Scott, who has played with a wide range of Scottish acts including Emma Pollock, Olympic Swimmers and The Unwinding Hours, and manager/guitarist Scott Paterson (formerly of Sons & Daughters) to their LIVE set-up. The results, as you can tell, are remarkable... As you would expect with such a heritage of world-class groups behind them. But Bdy_Prts are a very different, and rather more shiny, beast! Taking synths, electronica, 90's R'n'B, indie and even some folk touches, their sound miraculously transports you to future-pop dimension where hooks, melodies, beats and bleeps collide; and synchronized dance-moves, day-glo outfits are glittery ponchos are definitely the order of the day - they even dressed me in a 'space taco' for our customary group shot. I wasn't complaining though! Some of our on-air chat was a fairly surreal too...One of the stars of the recent Running UP That Hill the songs of Kate Bush show at True North Festival, their band show here will be an absolute party treat.

http://www.bdyprts.com/
https://www.facebook.com/bdyprtsband/
https://twitter.com/bdy_prts


KATHRYN JOSEPH (SOLO)
Prior to her debut release, Kathryn Joseph was regarded one of Scotland's best-kept secrets; prodigiously talented and criminally underrated her voice possesses the other-worldly quality comparable to Ms Newsom and Björk; but she is by no means of an ilk. Better compared with Anhoni; she is an artist in every way; unique and soulful, and at the core a beautiful unnerving truth. The Album was captured predominantly live in just a week by Scottish music industry veteran Marcus Mackay at the diving bell lounge (Frightened Rabbit, Snow Patrol, Trembling Bells, Alasdair Roberts, Sparrow and the Workshop). Kathryn's on record, and sometime-live collaboration with
Marcus on percussion and synth and Kathryn on her signature upright ships piano offers an unmissable, heart heavy and gut wrenching but understated performance. Those lucky enough to catch her at one of her rare performances are sure to be captivated, moved and perhaps a little disturbed.

"bruised yet beautiful" Nicola Meighan, THE HERALD

"he more you Listen, the better it gets. One of my favourites of this year, for sure Very, very special indeed" LAUREN LAVERNE BBC 6Music

"Genuine uniqueness" THE METRO

"Ten tracks of emotionally raw, meticulously crafted songs rep lete with naturalistic, gothic and intensely personal imagery" Bill Cummings, GODISINTHETVZINE

"10 tracks make for one of the most emotionally raw records written by a Scottish songwriter" Jonathon Rimmer, THE NATIONAL


Katie Ailes (Loud Poet)
Katie Ailes is a performance poet and dancer based in Glasgow, Scotland. She performs with the Edinburgh-based group Loud Poets and has appeared at venues around Scotland including Last Monday at Rio, Magic Carpet Cabaret, Soapbox @ the Pleasance, and more. In 2012 she won the University of Edinburgh November Poetry Slam, qualifying for Scottish Nationals, and in Oct. 2014 she came second in the... Luminate Slam at the Ghillie Due in Edinburgh. Ailes is on a UK-US Fulbright Grant from 2014-15 researching poetry written on the theme of Scottish independence in the lead-up to the 2014 Scottish independence referendum.

https://kathrynailes.wordpress.com/
https://www.facebook.com/kathrynailespoet/
https://twitter.com/KathrynAiles


Sacred Paws
After the successful sell out of their debut EP to Rock Action last year, the label announce the release of Sacred Paws’ full album early 2017. This double A side single features the first two tracks to be taken from that album. The band’s infectious high energy rhythms have gained fans such as Marc Riley on BBC6 Music. Sacred Paws are almost immediately infectious, a whirr of energy which blends high-life rhythms to skittish guitar lines, dervish drumming and sighing, over-lapping vocals. The Glasgow two piece - Rachel Aggs (also of Trash Kit and Shopping) on guitar, Eilidh Rodgers on drums – formed while members of much loved noise pop group Golden Grrrls. Quickly finding their own, quite distinct, identity, Sacred Paws have become cult fixtures in Glasgow. There's a charming, not-quite-finished feel to their music which only seems to enhance its personality, while the post-punk, poly-rhythmic approach to percussion leads the duo into effortlessly funky realms. New EP 'Six Songs' was out on March 16th via Rock Action, and it's a superb introduction. Each track is part-song/part-chant, with the delicately arranged, multi-layered vocals forming a nest of love, loss and intrigue.Recalling The Raincoats, The Slits' oft-overlooked second album or even the Dunedin set on Flying Nun, Sacred Paws have hit upon something very special indeed.This should appeal to anybody who likes their songs short and sweet with an uplifting feel of summery punk pop.

https://www.facebook.com/sacredpawsband/
https://twitter.com/sacredpawsltd
https://www.thelineofbestfit.com/new-music/discovery/sacred-paws-everyday


The Lovely Eggs
Following the release of their critically acclaimed album This is Our Nowhere last year and their sold-out tour in April, champions of the UK underground scene The Lovely Eggs hit the road again this Autumn for another round of sensational punk rock gigging. This time they alight in Newcastle, Halifax, Hull, Northampton, Oxford, London, Southampton, Bristol, Derby, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester's Gorilla, to play their biggest headline gig to date.This Is Our Nowhere garnered an 8/10 review in NME and much support from BBC 6 Music, including two sessions for Marc Riley in 2015 alone, who made their most recent single 'Goofin Around (in Lancashire)' one of his top tracks for 2015. The 7" was released on limited edition and mega-collectible “fried-egg vinyl” on their own label Egg Records. The Lovely Eggs continue to cement their reputation as one of the most exciting, innovative and genuine bands of the Great British Underground scene and have been selling out venues across the country without the help of management, booking agent or record label support. With songs firmly set in the hum drum of everyday life, The Lovely Eggs turn normality on its head, squeezing it through their peculiar surreal mincing machine and blending it with fuzzed out guitar and crashing drums. For Holly and David being in a band is a way of life. And they approach it in a unique way laughing in the face of life's absurdities. They are a rallying point for anyone that sees life for what it is. A mess. A wonderful, car crash of experiences, greeting each new chance with a cheeky grin, a sneer and a big fuck you to the pricks.

"One of the country's most beloved underground bands. 8/10"- NME
“You won't hear another band like this anywhere between now and the the end of the millenium. The Lovely Eggs are just brilliant!”- Huw Stephens, Radio One

http://www.thelovelyeggs.co.uk/
https://www.facebook.com/thelovelyeggs
The Lovely Eggs (@TheLovelyEggs) | Twitter
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Thanks to everyone who has bought tickets and indicated they are coming along or maybe coming along via the event FB.

This is massively encouraging. Advance tickets will be taken OFF sale at 10am this Wednesday but entry can still be made

by cash on the door. Please remember its doors 7pm.  Concessions for students with cards, Accord Card etc etc.

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