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Carnival of Souls at the Barfly tonight


Continuing the music theme from yesterday, and in the interests of plugging my brother (as usual), Carnival of Souls are playing the Camden Barfly tonight. They will be playing a new set and previewing some brand new tunes (which I have heard, and they are most excellent); they are always energetic and energising live and the Barfly, in terms of both space and technical expertise, is one of the best venues in which to see them play.

They are onstage from 9pm (supposedly) so I shall be wandering along there for about 8pm; details are on the website (which I am building slowly but it's getting there). As from midnight tonight, you will also be able to buy their new Burnt Offerings EP through the website too: four professionally recorded songs for £2.50—you can't say fairer than that...

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