This Feeling is the most Rock n Roll night out in London.
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With big name DJs, live acts and insane happenings till the wee hours, it's a well known haunt of well known faces; where to see best new music and future big artists, as well as dance your socks off to DJs playing the likes of Kasabian / Doves / Eugene McGuinness / Peace / Courteeners / The Coral / Stone Roses / Oasis / Miles Kane / Noel Gallagher / Swim Deep / The Rifles / Palma Violets / The Twang / The Jam / Paul Weller / The Beatles / The Who / The Happy Mondays / The Enemy / The Music / The View / The Vaccines / Cast / Verve / Shed 7 / The Strokes /. Generally the the best new bands and old classics. Serge Pizzorno (Kasabian) described it as "like a mad 60's carnival - it's our favourite London night out"
This Feeling is a clubnight which moves around - Cities, venues, dates; if you want to know where there will be a guaranteed great night out, it's going to be at one of these nights which happen up and down the country, regularly at Glasgow, Manchester, London, Sheffield, Southampton, Leicester and more.
Saturday 29th June 2013 sees the launch of the first ever This Feeling Warehouse Party, which will be taking place after Kasabian, Paul Weller, The Cribs and Miles Kane have rocked the Hard Rock Calling festival. From 10pm to 6am at The Oval Space, London (six minutes on the tube from the Olympic Park to Bethnal Green tube station) it will feature the following acts:
The Horrors DJ set
The Horrors are set to release their second album 'Skying' in September this year, which we are particularly excited about hearing. The Horrors are certainly a unique band who have managed to take elements of garage rock, goth and post-punk and create completely legendary live performances, and their intimate 2011 show for Fred Perry Sub-Sonic Live at The Garage, London was no exception. Watch The Horrors perform 'I Can See Through You', and 'Changing the Rain'. Their DJ sets are equally legendary and definitely not something to be missed given the change.
Kasabian's official tour DJvery own tour DJ Dan Ralph Martin will be heading down to spin the decks after Hard Rock Calling festival. Does this mean that the Kasabian lads will be attending too? We couldn't possibly say ;)
Having recently released her amazing debut EP ‘Off & On’, Stockport lass, and Fred Perry Subculture favourite, Findlay has already supported Miles Kane, Jake Bugg and The Courteeners, and is well on the way to establishing herself as one of the best new live bands that the UK has to offer. She rightfully earned comparisons to Deap Vally and Alison Mosshart of The Kills after the release of her debut single ‘Your Sister’ grabbed the media’s attention last year.
Dexters formed in 2011 after growing up together on estates in East London. Their sound merges their wide range of influences from the melodies of The LA’s to the sheer punk, visceral aggression of The Clash and The Specials and the narrative packed lyrics of The Kinks.
London Oval, 29-32, The Oval, E2 9DT,
Saturday June 29th,
10PM - 6AM
Tickets £8 early bird, £10 standard adv, £15 on the door