New acts announced for Liverpool Sound City

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New acts announced for Liverpool Sound City

Miles Kane, Young Knives, Fucked Up and more great artists announced for the Liverpool Sound City festival 2011.

Hot off the press is that the city’s own prodigal son and bearer of its new musical manifesto, Miles Kane, headlines in the sumptuous and resplendent St George’s Hall for Liverpool Sound City.

The third wave of acts from Liverpool Sound City is also spearheaded by Canada’s Fucked Up – a riotous hardcore punk band who won the Polaris 2009 award for their album The Chemistry of Common Life. 

Expect an incendiary show from Young Knives who make their LSC debut; the Mercury-nominated trio’s unique take on British pop continues a rich vein of inspired British psychedelia.

Spank Rock will be collaborating Amanda Blank brings an urban edge to Liverpool; from her baile-funk roots to a more recent punkier sound. Mancunian indie-poppers Dutch Uncles bring their distinctly northern verve to Liverpool whilst Trophy Wife debut with their melancholy disco beats. The Phoenix Foundation’s Kiwi, dreamy psychedelic pop will further wow the Sound City masses and further demonstrating LSC’s global reach, Canadian indie outfit The Rural Alberta Advantage also touchdown to join the party. Full line up Here

Liverpool Sound City Festival takes place at various venues across Liverpool's city centre where you will find plenty of gigs, parties and a general festival atmosphere all weekend at what will be 3 days/nights of great music from the rock/indie/folk world of well known and unsigned bands with DJ's keeping it going till late on in the evening.

Published on 26 February 2011 by Paulski

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