Crash Club, Petrol Bastard, Enemies of the State, The Previously Unheard and Losing Ground
MFM are proud to announce another great night of live music at Bakers Niteclub on the 21st February.
Ayrshire's Crash Club expertly introduce a collection of session pals onto tracks to really bring alive their Scottish electro-rock sound. They have crafted that sound through influences ranging from the wide realms of the XTRMNTR work of Primal Scream to the Chemical Brothers with a heavy 1990’s Leftfield influence amongst it all.
The melting pot of secessionists from Ian Mackinnon of Medicine Men, Alan Turner of Lost City Soul, Tragic O'Hara and Tony Costello of Tijuana Bibles take the band's live performances to another level.
From former members of Kasabian to The View, The Whip, Sunshine Underground and Jagwar Ma, Crash Club have been winning the approval of their peers, all raving about this dedicated, passionate cross-over super group.
"Recondition is amazing crossover of electro rock, good to hear something other than jangling guitar" - Fraser Thompson Xfm
With supports coming from Hull's very own Electro terrorists Petrol Bastard, Indie rock from Glasgow's Enemies of the State, Ayrshire acts The Previously Unheard and Losing Ground complete the bill.