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presents
Scaledown #93
(Friday the 18th October)

Ladies and Gentle t'ings, would you kindly be seated for the 93rd Scaledown... Rather than look like we know what we're doing up here, we are simply going to relay to you the entertainment we have on offer:

Thom Driver - Thom shall be previewing tracks from the debut album by his band Piper's Son - 'The Roar From Behind' [released Nov. 11th on our very own Vacilando '68 Recordings]; enigmatic, with an artist's eye for detail, his songwriting structures are both intricate and eclectic, painting expressionistically musical canvases, with melodies that hang in the air before firmly lodgin' in yer noggin.

 

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Gentlefolk

The autumnal winds blow gentle in September but with enough wind to toss up a musical salad by way of the Scaledown club. We urge you to get the dressing and attend our next event which occurs at The King and Queen on the corner of Foley Street in London's buoyant Fitzrovia on Friday the 27th September at 7.30 of the clock. It is, as always, FREE to attend and the acts are, in no particular order:

 




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presents

Scaledown #91

(Friday the 26th July)



Ladies and Gentlemen of the July sun,

Have you waxed down your surf boards? Are you planning to catch a wave? On Friday, 26th July, at 7.30, we advise you to leave the boards at the door-the door of scaledown as you ascend the wooden steps of The King and Queen to ride on a wave of talent as the artists (listed in no particular order) duly deliver July music to you:

 

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presents
Scaledown #90
(Friday the 28th June)

'tis June, 'tis the ninetieth Scaledown, and yet the decadence continues apace as we invitingly unfurl our sticky carpet once more to bring you the finest of entertainment...

 

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presents
Scaledown #89
(Friday the 31st May)

The merry month of May closes with a Scaledown show of splendour. We at the Scaledown workshop have assembled, once again, a fine confection of talented artists to tickle your music buds. They are as follow and in no particular order:

 




The Orchestra Pit

presents

SCALEDOWN #88

(Friday the 26th of April)



It's April and Scaledown is blooming. blooming what? well, you'll have to come along and decide for yourself, and why wouldn't you when we have this rather wonderful bill to spring on you:

 




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The March hare of madness braves the wind on Friday 22nd March as he weaves through the fields to the King and Queen; up the rickety stairs he goes. He settles his furry behind on a welcoming seat, takes out a hot cross bun to eat, and enjoys a spot of scaledown which features, in no particular order:

The Reactor Core Is Splendid - ...he's bringing Splendid back, yes, Simon Williams aka TRIS has some unfinished business with Scaledown, and so we welcome him back once more, our arms are open, we trust your ears shall be too (and ideally two!).

 




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As the days start to get a little bit longer, the month's get shorter, and so it is that the Scaledown hosts and their over-eager guests shall be articulating prematurely this coming Friday the 22nd of February. So what have we got for you? I'll tell ya...

 




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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.

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Ladies and Gentlemen, December, being festive, has plucked the scaledown club from the smokey realms of November and dropped it on the 7th of the last month of the year. Situations dictate the tardiness of this missive. Suffice to say, we hope it plops on your email doorstep in time so that you can savour the musicianship contained within the last scaledown club of this year.

Those who will delight by performing (in no particular order):

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