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Thursday, 27 November 2014

Introducing tip for the top Keith

CHAMPIONED by Courteeners frontman Liam Fray as “one of the best bands around with arguably the best new vocalist in the UK”, Keith visit the Canteen tomorrow night.

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MOVING ON UP >> Keith visit the Canteen this weekend

Hotly tipped to be on the verge of something special, Keith continue the Canteen’s tradition of bringing breaking talent to Barrow.

Canteen owner Gary Robinson said: “I am really looking forward to seeing Keith play as their tunes have been rattling around my head for weeks. We called it right with acts like Bat For Lashes, Enter Shikari and One Night Only and Saving Aimee in recent times as their careers took off. We are confident that people will be talking about Keith in the same vein. Miss this show at your peril.”

Support for Keith will come from rising Walney rock-indie act Elite plus Barrow’s own wannabe indie superstars CodeJak.

Don’t forget CodeJak will also be launching their debut album at the Canteen on Saturday. The event is strictly invites only, but to find out more visit www.myspace.com/codejak.

Tickets from 7.30pm are available on the door priced just £4. An indie disco will compliment the live music in The Cinema Room till late.

Tonight in the Cinema Room is all about the acoustic acts with Dalton’s finest, The Prophets and Lancaster three-piece The Low Counties playing the latest U&I music night.

The Prophets always like to keep their acoustic set just as polished as their full electric set and will have a couple of new songs to perform for the first time in an acoustic setting tonight.

The U&I gig will be the second of the night for The Prophets – the band will also be performing an acoustic set at Acoustic Mania Two, taking place at Furness College.

I’m not too sure of the precise details of this event, but I believe the excellent Interceptor 6 will also be performing on the night.

Saturday evening in the Cinema Room sees The Media Monkeys spilling beats and unique visuals all over the venue with an Old Skool night from 10pm till 3am.

Entry to the night has been subsequently reduced to just £3 but arrive early as organisers are expecting a sell out crowd, particularly as the night is also part of a celebration of founder Monkey man Smiggy who is 30.

Many happy returns.

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