Magoo headline charity gig

By | October 23, 2010

The fantastic MAGOO will be headlining a gig in aid of the Mashi Foundation.
A long time ago ( about 1992 ) in a village far far away, a band called MAGOO was formed. Influenced by bands such as guided by voices, stereolab, pavement, the flaming lips and a healthy dollop of radio peel, the band took its first steps towards being able to play. This achieved they set about writing, recording and playing local gigs in and around Norwich after releasing three singles on noisebox records they were snapped up by those canny scots chemikal underground, where they released two albums : “the soateramic sounds of magoo” and “vote the pacifist ticket today”, during this time Magoo played all over Britain, did some european jaunts, played CMJ festival in New York and at Glastonbury festival. After parting ways with the chemikals, the band started recording their third album “realist week” at their own sickroom studios, eventually releasing it on london label global warming to great reviews

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In support on the night are The Travis Waltons and The Judge Reinholds. Formed by members of the Broken Family Band, these new bands are offering their support for this event. See more details by visiting their MySpace pages.

Doors open at 8pm, first band on at 8.30pm. £6 entry, all proceeds to the Mashi Foundation.

Look forward to seeing you all there!

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