CLOCKWORK PRESENTS: BALAFRE, QLOWSKI & BODY HORROR

London promoters Clockwork return to the Arcola Bara brilliant new space in Dalston, for a late night party of bands and music on Friday the 14th of June 2019. A mix of electronic sounds, post punk and provocative pop, the latest event features the following:

Headliners BALAFRE are psychedelic surf synth-wave band from London and Paris who mix poetry with blasphemy and state – “This is not music, this is Thuggery”

Watchhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yi5v0sHTtCM

London quartet Qlowski recently released their second EP ‘Pure As Fear’ which saw them mix dark post punk and catchy pop to great effect.

Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/mapledeathrecords/qlowski-taking-control

London noise drone duo Body Horror have recently delivered their first single ‘Sell It Like Your Sermon’ and are building a reputation as a truly exciting live prospect.

Listenhttps://soundcloud.com/user-679915621/sell-it-like-your-sermon

The event is just the latest of the many innovative one-off and regular nights that will take place at the recently revamped Arcola Bar. Situated in the Arcola Theatre in the heart of Dalston, the 250 capacity bar is licensed till 3am and promises to be a key nightlife location for exciting and emerging talent in music, art and performance in London.

ARCOLA BAR, 24 ASHWIN ST, LONDON E8 3DL

Times – 10pm Till 3am       Free Entry

Tickets: https://dice.fm/partner/pest-fest/event/xqpae-clockwork-balafre-qlowski-body-horror-14th-jun-arcola-theatre-london-tickets?_branch_match_id=654777119183113327

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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