East India Youth

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East India Youth - who is responsible for the love-lorn synth pop of 'Looking For Someone' and the chemically-dazed rapture of 'Heaven, How Long' from the stunning 'Hostel EP' - is actually one young man. William Doyle, a 22-year-old multi-instrumentalist from Bournemouth, cut his teeth in an indie group called The Fourfathers while still a teenager.

The music that he has created is absolutely astounding, an original mixture of dark Detroit techno, lo-fi psychedelic noise rock, deeply romantic Pet Shop Boys-esque synth pop and ramshackle avant-electronica.

His first album, Total Strife Forever, was released on 13 January 2014 and chosen by The Sunday Times as it's album of the month.

Plus Guests.

Llangollen Town Hall - Doors Open 7.30pm



Baron La CroixWith support by


Baron La Croix

An exciting new band and based in Wrexham. They describe the music they make as a combination of ‘Experimental, Kosmische and Dread’.


Jack Found

Jack FoundHarmonious, melodic, vast chord landscapes which is reflected in the visuals; “Flaming Lips meets F**k Buttons”.

Multi-instrumentalist Jack studies full time at Chetham’s school of Music in Manchester combining first study jazz guitar with electronic composition.



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