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New Candys at The Wightman 15th April 2017

Left For Dead and AcemanSpaceman present Italian psychonauts New Candys at The Wightman. New Candys formed in Venice (Italy) in 2008, consisting of Fernando Nuti (vocals, guitar, sitar), Diego Menegaldo (vocals, guitars), Stefano Bidoggia (bass, organ) and Dario Lucchesi (drums, percussion). Their influences have roots in The Velvet Underground and Syd Barrett. After a self-produced EP, in 2012 they released the album “Stars Reach The Abyss” on Foolica, a UK tour followed. In 2015 they took part in “The Reverb Conspiracy”, compilation curated by Fuzz Club/The Reverberation Appreciation Society (Levitation Austin). Later that year “New Candys As Medicine”, album mixed...

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Tiny Leaves instore performance 29th March 2017 6pm

Left For Dead is pleased to announce that Tiny Leaves will be performing an intimate set instore as part of the Piano Day 2017 celebrations. This event starts at 6pm. No ticket required.

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Desert Mountain Tribe and Deja Vega live 27/05/17

We are proud to announce that in partnership with AcemanSpaceman we are once again hosting Desert Mountain Tribe at the Wightman Theatre on Saturday 27th May. Last year's show was an outstanding sell-out and with a full U.S. tour under their belts and a cracking new E.P. in the can, this promises to be another night to remember. Advance tickets are available in the shop and here:

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Oliver Wilde instore performance | 1pm February 25th 2017

Left For Dead is will be hosting a free instore performance by Bristolian singer-songwriter Oliver Wilde on the 25th February at 1pm Oliver's new record Post-Frenz Container Buzz is released on the 17th February and it's garnering fantastic reviews, including 8/10 in Uncut magazine and The Times.   This is a free show, no tickets required. Copies of Post-Frenz Container Buzz are on sale in the shop on LP & CD.  

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Left For Dead's Albums Of The Year 2016

2016. Wow. Just: Wow. We're approaching the end of 2016 stuffed into a hearse that's hurtling towards a cliff edge at full speed. The brakes don't work. The last wheel just came off. And the hearse is on fire. At least that's how it feels to me (although I am from Wolverhampton where we're hardwired for pessimism and foreboding is in our genes...) It's hard to write any kind of summary of 2016 without a sense of loss and dismay; the ongoing war in Syria & Yemen, f*cking Brexit, the U.S election, the passing of so many of our revered...

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