Event Information:
Event: The Playground
Venue: 93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RU
Date: 28th February 2009 7pm – 1am
Tickets: Free before 7pm, £6 after.

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The girls are beautiful and the boys are rotted… ink stained skin, ratted hair, tight denim and torn t-shirts, glitter and lashings of kohl, deep fast nights of excess and trash… the Playground brand of sleaze glam storms 93 Feet East in a whirl of hairspray, rock ‘n’ roll and attitude – Disorder Magazine

Snake-hearted new wave pop group GHOSTCAT from London via Toronto, Tokyo and Paris,fronted by a beautifully treacherous girl named Ali Cat slay the audience with feline ferocity and post-punk scuzz. Bringing you radar stars LR ROCKETS with rave reviews across the country, they capture perfectly the spirit of beer and sweet-soaked flailing on a scummy dancefloor as relentless basslines collide and yelp with fast-paced riffs on four electro-strop-pop nuggets. Something akin to Muse having a glitter fight with Shiny Toy Guns while The Killers wuss-out and watch from afar. MINUS IQ have the image, the self belief and the musicianship to make a real statement in the next few years. Hell, they have already started…’ – Rock Sound

Playing flat out rock and roll with solid helpings of ska bashed in for good measure. Aspiring to the heights set by our idols The Clash, The Beatles and The Jam, BAD ROBOTS cut to the bone debaucherously pulling in influences from ridiculous places, putting their hearts in their mouths and biting down hard as hell. Finally we bring you The RGBs’ almighty fem-pop hitting the eager crowd like an eccentric blitzkrieg wallop – leotard-wearing singer Becky channelling the spirit of just-as-mad pop sensation Robyn through the bass-heavy disco-biscuits beats of their awesome ‘New House’- NME MAGAZINE