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The Orchestra Pit

Ladies and Gentlemen

The time has come to welcome 2013 with an air of positivity, and the air is blowing fair from the upstairs room at the King And Queen for, wafting around in the crevices, the wind of creativity blows in Scaledown form. And the air feeds the artists who are as follows and in no particular order...

Bad Moth - Fresh from their comeback tour of Sardinia in May 2012 (well quite fresh) Bad Moth will sing to us of rainbows, pies and bus stops with violin and accordion. Enjoy a flutter.

Steve Moyes - Steve Moyes will improvise with a rectangular cello, or a guitar shaped guitar, or whatever else he decides to bring along. It probably won't be pretty, but it might be.

Rosie Okae - ah Rosie, we are very delighted to have you back, with your beguiling, catchy experimental pop songs and sweet delivery thereof, and backed by Justin Paton (from Now), how splendid!

Benedict Taylor - from the Barbican to the King & Queen, give this man a stage, or indeed some carpet, and he shall perform, what precisely I do not know, but that's all part of the excitement.

Adrian Northover - Adrian makes a welcome return bringing his unusual saxophonic blasts to the floor once more.

Foulkestone - Another glorious return of Scaledown's favourite electronic experimental folksters. Blip with your finger in your ear!

The James Worse Public Address Method - Big on beard and verse, Mr Worse uses the nonsensical to convey his message. Words that are good enough to eat.

Plus, of course, our regular news feed courtesy of Jude Cowan.

Be sure to arrive prompt at 7 of the clock for a 7.30pm start.

Where and when? Why, upstairs at the dear ol' King and Queen Pub, 1 Foley Street, London W1W 6DL on Friday the 25th January 2013.

Free entry, but a wealth of fun.

Please defer to www.theorchestrapit.com/scaledown for further detail.

So, get yer new year in gear, and rev it up with the Orchestra Pit as it accentuates the positivity via steam and steel contraptions in honour of your continued loyalty.