Norman Records & All The Colours Of The Dark present Sleaford Mods, Astral Social Club, Cowtown & Mutant Ape @ Wharf Chambers Co-Op Club, Leeds, March 29th 2014. NEW ALBUM LAUNCH! Max. 2 tickets per person. Online price includes £1 VAT & card fees -.
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10/10 Sean Morgan Customer review, 8th April 2014
Yeah, The Sleaford Mods at Wharf Chambers was just an evening waiting to happen. This was the first time I had ever set foot in the Chambers and to say the place is uber cool is a massive understatement. The whole vibe of the place is so cool and free and easy, just great to be there. A band had cancelled from the line up but I was there just to see the Sleaford Mods, but I was surprised by Cowtown who were just brilliant, no bass but a keyboard instead, and I loved the vocals. This is a band I would check out again.
Astral Social Club were, to me, either very good or very bad - but the part when the violin was deconstructed was fantastic, the aural death of an instrument, superb! The Sleaford Mods were milling around the place all night and looked as hard as their songs sound, I was scared shitless when Andrew Fearn stood at my right and there was no way I was going to approach Jason. Either they were genuinely scarey or they are just a band that I totally respect, anyway, they took to the stage and the night kicked in. Everyone singing along, a great mixture of all ages and all styles and tastes, this was a night that was a happening. something that you wanted to cherish and boast to people over the forthcoming week who didn't have the hindsight to get them selves down to the Chambers on that Saturday night. When the gig ended I walked over to Jason who was now sweating like a pig and had a broad grin all over his face, this time round my nerves had disappeared and I extended my right hand, shook his and told him it was one of the best nights of my life.
There are a lot of things that can make you angry in today's world and the Sleaford Mods are the perfect soundtrack to it all, just so grateful to have seen them in a small intimate venue such as the Chambers.