Events

  • Jun
    26
    Back Track Northern Soul Night |

     

    The underground soul music and dance culture which became phnemenally popular in 1970's Britain has once more found itself in the media spotlight due to the eagerly awaited release of Elaine Constatine's feature film aptly titled "Northern Soul".

     

    Back Track Soul night aims to bring  slice of that electric atmosphere once found at legendary venues like Wigan's wheel to Belfasts Oh Yeah Music Centre on Sat 19th July.

     

    Expect a potent brew of uptempo Northern Soul Classics delivered by some of Belfast and Dublin's finest soul djs all spinning the sounds on orginal 45 singles.

     

    This is a great opportunity for anyone curious about the cult of Northern Soul to sample a taster of the music and vibe in a superb venue night in the heart of Belfast's Cathedral Quarter.  

    £7.00 pay at door.

    For more info contact: d.mcfarlane@talktalk.net

    Facebook: Back Track Soul Club


    Oh Yeah Music Centre

    9.15pm- 2.00am | £7.00 | TICKETS

  • Oct
    24
    Shine Presents: Framing Hanley (14+ show) |

     

    Shine.net presents
    FRAMING HANLEY
    & Guests


    Friday 24th October 2014
    6pm / £12 / 14+

     

    Tickets on sale priced £12 this Wednesday (excluding booking fee) from www.shine.net www.ticketmaster.ie Stiff Kitten Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Northern Ireland customers 0844 277 44 55 & Republic of Ireland customers 0818 719 300


    Framing Hanley’s new album The Sum Of Who We Are on Imagen Records is the band’s boldest artistic statement to date, capturing the essence of innocence and hope, light and darkness, struggle and determination. They have today announced a 14+ show at Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast for Friday 24th October. The album is a collection of modern alternative rock infused with undeniable pop hooks, heart-felt lyrics and huge choruses worthy of an arena size sing-a-long.

    “Every band says that they feel like they're getting better with the years” states frontman Nixon. “So while I feel that's a trite statement, I can't deny it. We've never written as much material for an album as we did for this one. We had to cut so many songs that we felt were strong. We also recorded songs for the album that we felt weren't ‘there’ yet only to go back to the drawing board and get it right.”

    The Sum Of Who We Are is a perfect soundtrack to the last two years of struggle and triumph the band has endured, leaving the listener with a feeling that every single song is the most important song the band has ever written.

    The first single “Criminal” is a full on anthem, cleverly illustrating the trappings of circumstance in an exhausted relationship. Other songs like “Twisted Halos”, “Crooked Smiles”, “Rollercoaster", and “Crash & Burn”, have an honesty and underlying theme of finding beauty in the tragedy of loss, finding light in the total darkness and finding hope when there is nothing left.

    www.shine.net / www.framinghanley.net

    For further information please contact Dino / M: 07885801283/ E: dino@limelightbelfast.com
    Or Nienke Klop / +44 (0) 7931 557 970 / nienke.klop@all-press.co.uk / www.all-press.co.uk


    Oh Yeah Music Centre

    6pm | £12.00 | TICKETS


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