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Red Deer People (Final Show) + Squid + The Family Chain

RED DEER PEOPLE (Red Deer People)

"And so it’s with a heavy heart that we announce that Red Deer People are calling it a day.
A huge thank you to everyone who has listened to our music, bought our records, and came to see us live over the last few years. We’ve had a blast.
We will be playing one final farewell show and we would love it if you could attend. Details to follow.
Very Much Love
Red Deer People
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Formed in Brighton in 2015, Red Deer People have spent the last two years writing, recording and playing shows up and down the U.K. supporting Algiers, Shonen Knife, Traams, Public Access TV and Ulrika Spacek. Musically they mix the motoric drum beats and driving bass-lines of krautrock, with effects heavy guitars and the experimentation and energy of post-punk.

SQUID (Squid)

Influenced by Motorik rhythms and the more polished corners of late 70’s post-punk, Squid are a five piece alternative-rock band based in London & Brighton.

In 2017 the band self produced and recorded their debut EP LINO mixed by Joe Watson
(Stereolab, Junior Electronics). LINO mapped the blueprints for Squids developing sonic pallet

"stunning record from local Brighton band Squid, that has been a favourite in the office since they dropped a copy off. A great mix of atmospheric ambience, Krautrock and pysch." Mr Bongo

www.squiduk.bandcamp.com

THE FAMILY CHAIN (The Family Chain)

Asking how long The Family Chain have been a band doesn’t get as simpler answer as you’d hope. If we go by how long George (vocals, guitar) and Sam (guitar) have known each other, been playing these songs, putting on shows together, we’d have to say 4 years.
But if we go by when The Family Chain gained it’s most recent member Callum (bass and vocals) who also joined Ollie (drums) and when the band finally found their mould, then we’d have to say 2 months.
Most recent single ‘Catholic’ is one of the songs George and Sam have been playing together for 4 years. Inspired from over hearing a girl on the Level say to her friend ‘...I don’t want to be a catholic anymore...’ the phrase stuck and the song was written the next day. Since then the song has never left the set.
We have been called a traditional band and maybe that’s right. We just want to play and write interesting, good music. Play it live a lot and enjoy being a band together.

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