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the online live music gig guide for the midlands

Carl Beebee
Surge Music Gig Guide

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WATCH OUT PLANET HERE COMES THE GLORY
The glory write and play songs from their own world. A world where the Velvets are on speaking terms with the Meters, were iggy is enjoying a late lunch with Bootsy. Were Tom Verlaine is up for a borrow from Nile Rodgers. Its a place where the line gets a little hazy.It may seem weird that this is the musical heritage of a four piece from the Midlands and not the Badlands, but there's an almost primal instinct to fuse some serious personal subjects with an urge to dance. The kind of dancing where you don't care if anybody is watching. The Glory are trying to create an otherworldlliness, they may even meet George Clinton there and play him some Voidoids, who knows. The Glory going beyond the wall of sound.

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