Friday 8th February
BLOW UP at The Macbeth, Shoreditch, London N1 (Map)
STEREO TOTAL  + DAVID WOODCOCK  LIVE
PAUL TUNKIN + IAN JACKSON RESIDENT DJs
Advance tickets have now sold out for tonight.
For those who wish only to attend the late night club session without seeing the bands there will be a VERY limited amount of reduced price tickets at £5 on the door from 11pm. This will only allow entry after the bands have finished playing, and again is strictly first come first served..
Stereo Total return to Blow Up on February 8th 2013 for a one-off UK show. This is a one-off Blow Up club event at the East London venue The Macbeth and the 5th time our favourite electro-duo have played at Blow Up who are flying in from Germany especially! Plus Blow Up DJs Paul Tunkin & Ian Jackson spinning their trademark mix of Pop Stylism, 60's Soul, Beat, Garage, Funk, Ska, Soundtracks, Electronica, Library Music colliding with British Pop, Glam, Indie-Pop and New-Wave.
The Blow Up playlist includes classic tracks from both its past and present, from its Brit Pop era favourites, (the scene of which the club helped kick-start way back in 1993 in Camden Town) to the current new things tickling our fancy - the new Pop stylists putting the art back into pop alongside essential New Wave, Glam and indie classic cuts. All this alongside Blow Up’s trademark mix of 60’s killer dance floor tracks in the following genre’s – 60’s Swinging Soundtracks, TV Themes, 60s Exotica & Electronica, 60s Club Soul, Northern Soul, Beat, Mod Jazz, French Pop, Library Music and Ska. Bloody marvellous!
STEREO TOTAL 
A one-off UK show and welcome return to Blow Up for the Berlin based Franco-German duo Stereo Total - Blow Up’s Paul Tunkin:
Stereo Total are one of my favourite live guests to have played at the club over the years, I'm really happy that they will be playing. Best described as Electro-art-pop meets Chanson-Ye-Ye via Lo-Fi 60s Garage Rock – Serge Gainsbourg and Jacques Dutronc meet Salt-N-Pepa!
Part synth kitsch, part garage band, part Gainsbourg/Bardot revivalists ...Like Saint Etienne, except French and German and funny and horny and trapped in your garage Pitchfork
Should come with it's own B-52's beehive and Jane Birkin-approved candor, "Plastic" puts punk in its place, creating a catchy riff on supposed American idealism. X-Ray Spex would be so proud SPIN
Gloriously playful Franco/German electro/garage Time Out
DAVID WOODCOCK 
David Woodcock returns to Blow Up, following the launch of debut album this August on Blow Up Records. David is a singer songwriter based in his hometown of Southend-on Sea, and his debut album follows the singles 'Same Things' and 'Beggars Can't Be Choosers' which won him support from Steve Lamacq on BBC 6 Music (New Favourite Band), Jon Kennedy on Xfm and Gary Crowley on BBC London amongst others, and he recently recorded a session for Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music too:
David Woodcock is a talent. Every observation is honed to perfection. Brilliant 4 STARS Ian McCann, Record Collector
4 STARS Shindig!
Part Stiff Records, part Brit Pop. A reckless Stephen Duffy or an Essex Jarvis Cocker Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 MUSIC
Fabulous stuff. A very talented fellow Marc Riley, BBC 6 MUSIC
An English Pop masterpiece. Essential Pop Junkie
A debut brimming over with promise Scootering
ADMISSION: Sold Out / Ltd. amount of £5 tickets for CLUB SESSION ONLY
Map • Tube: Old Street / Rail: Hoxton
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