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Echochamp's 'best of Brighton' playlist

The Brighton collective are kicking off a brand new clubnight.
Published: 7:54 pm, August 31, 2017
Echochamp's 'best of Brighton' playlist
Brighton’s Echochamp collective - home to Sulky Boy and The Magic Gang’s Paeris Giles and Gus Taylor, among others - are kicking off a new residency at the Old Blue Last. Starting on Friday 1st September with Birdskulls and Bloody Death, they’re bringing the buzziest up-and-comers to one of London’s most popular venues, all completely free.

To celebrate, they’ve put together a playlist featuring some of their hometown’s best.

Bloody Death - The Past Is Boring
A really cool song from some of the spookiest individuals in Brighton.



MOONOVERSUN - MIXTAPE 1
Saw these guys for the first time the other day and was really taken aback. Released through our good friends Art Is Hard Records.



Porridge Radio - Sorry
Hit single from 'Rice, Pasta And Other Fillers’. Please go and check out Memorials of Distinction on bandcamp there's lot’s of really great stuff there.



Abattoir Blues - Sense
I suppose it’s only fitting to plug some of your own subject matter but this really is, and always has been excellent.



Sulky Boy - Balkan Baby
Sad-boy romanticisms from one our own.



Never - Always Against Me
Honourable mentions to Gutter Knife and State Funeral for making it happen. Check out illegalactivityrecs.bandcamp.com.



Breathe Panel - I See Em Coming
We’re very much looking forward to their debut out next year on Fat Cat Records. Here a little taster.

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