Future Sound Share presents Vita and The Vicious, The 286, Letters to Fiesta & Special Guests at The April Showcase for new and emerging artists.

Vita and The Vicious
The 286
Letters to Fiesta
Special Guests
Future Sound Share DJ’s

Thursday 25th April 2013

Surya
154-156 Pentonville Rd
Islington
London N1 9JL
£4adv - £5 on the door (Includes club after)

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Vita and The Vicious

A five piece London-based pop/rock band, fronted by feisty redhead Vita Ross. Vita and the Vicious have a mission: to create music that is gutsy and aggressive, but also catchy, melodic and FUN. It’s all about LIVE.

On stage the band is vivacious, full throttle, and powered by muscle, swagger and adrenaline. Music snobbery has no place in their world - no style-over-substance wanky nonsense please

They have a very soft spot for the sexy sleaze of Depeche Mode. Every V&theV set includes a DM cover.

It's all about sincerity and emotive lyrics that say something genuine, even if the message is simple. It’s the delivery too, Dave Ghan makes you feel dirty just hearing him and Billie Holiday can provoke tears in two words
https://www.facebook.com/VitaandtheVicious
http://vitaandthevicious.co.uk/

The 286

A seven piece band from London, The 286 dare to cross the genres of indie rock and classical music. By clashing rock & roll riffs with cellos and violins, The 286 create a unique sound that you expect from a musical collaboration between The Beatles and Beethoven.
https://www.facebook.com/the286

Letters To Fiesta

Letters To Fiesta return in 2013 with a new line up and electronic direction in the shape of new single, Mesosphere.
Making their first appearance for over a year, the Manchester based outfit performed a set of their new material at The Castle Hotel, Oldham Street, Manchester on March 9th.

So what can you expect listening to Letters To Fiesta. Its not easy to compare them to anyone else, as they have their own fresh and unique sound. They may take influences from the likes of Kate Bush and Broken Social Scene, but they still maintain their own identity. Vocalist Anna Louisa Etherington's voice lifts to domineering euphoric peaks and then glides high through the verses in a more Katherine Blake (Miranda Sex Garden) manner.
http://www.letterstofiesta.com/
https://www.facebook.com/letterstofiesta

Plus Special Guests

Plus Future Sound Share DJ’s

For more information please contact
David Houston
07941275837
David@FutureSoundShare.com


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Date: 4/25/2013 7:30 PM

Artists: Letters To Fiesta