A better value version of the Camden crawl, Shoreditch's one day music festival offered some high quality music for just fifteen of your Hoxton pounds. Londonist caught some bands, drank some beer and hid from the scenesters.
The Twilight Sad @ 93 Feet East
A hard slice of Glasgow cuts through the Hoxton swill as the marvellous Twilight Sad come on stage. Are there less Shoreditch fools in here or is it just too dark to see them?
Comparing a band to Joy Division is a low trick, but for the first few songs it's hard not to hear the band wading through dark swamps of sound like a resurrected Curtis, bruised with an additional haunting Mogwai-esque drag.
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