Limbo sets out to bring you consistently great live music in a well produced environment.
LIMBO RETURNS on Saturday 15th September with the mighty MIAOUX MIAOUX returning to headline. With a debut album released in June to rapturous international acclaim by Glasgow indie dons Chemikal Underground, the world will very soon be Julian Corrie’s oyster.
Support comes from Edinburgh’s HOMEWORK, who also return to Limbo after delivering a rousing performance and winning a raft of new fans back in January, plus Aberdeen’s INDIANREDLOPEZ, themselves already hugely respected by illustrious critics and public alike, making their Limbo debut.
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"Gloriously melodic dance-pop genius with echoes of Daft Punk, Basement Jaxx and the Avalanches" The List
"Any guy that names himself after French cat chatter is alright by us. The bonus is that Julian Corrie makes brilliant music too" The Line Of Best Fit
"Effortlessly weaving between infectious pop hooks, conscious hip-hop, ebullient African rhythms, arable folk and star-striding electronica (to pick out just a few), Light of the North is an incongruous, ever-twisting musical kaleidoscopic" Drowned In Sound
"Blooms is essentially one of the most feel good collections of songs that I have listened to in quite some time, this is pop perfection with a mixture of delicate vocals and electronic jubilation" Glasgow Podcart
At the end of 2009 Homework went back into the studio to begin work on their debut album. So far in 2011 they have released three singles Talk Down, Why Oh Why and Surfacing – all of which have received support from BBC Radio 1, BBC 6Music and BBC Radio Scotland. The band were selected to showcase at this year’s goNORTH and brought their high energy live show to a number of UK festivals this summer. The mini-album ALL THAT GLITTERS was released on the 21 Nov 2011.
Homework are returning to the studio at the end of 2011 to work on their next release. New material is expected in spring 2012.
More info at http://wearehomework.com
As one half of the team behind Edinburgh's Radio 1 award-nominated Trouble club night, Hobbes has played everywhere from tiny sweat-boxes in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London to super-clubs in Shanghai and Beijing, Rob Da Bank's massive Big Top tent at Bestival (sharing the stage with The Human League, Santogold, Chromeo and The Breeders) to wee hot-spots in Warsaw, Sardinia, Vienna, Paris, Berlin, Derry, Zadar and Ghent. DC is the punk rocking yin to Hobbes's disco dancing yang and a creative entrepreneur with twenty years of experience in setting up and running companies and arts organisations in the creative industries such as New Media Scotland, Screenbase and Edinburgh's Fringe Film Festival.
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From 8pm in The Ballroom. Advance tickets £8 stbf. Over 18 only