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Here’s your final line-up for our new music festival Etc.

We’ve asked a bunch of our absolute faves to spin some turbo bangers.
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Published: 2:36 pm, June 28, 2018
Here’s your final line-up for our new music festival Etc.

Recap time. Earlier this month, we announced our brand new music festival Etc. – which was good. Then, a bit later, we added a bunch more bands. That was ace too. Now, to finish up the line-up, we’re sticking the proverbial cherry on top, if the cherry was a drummer.

Held in ‘fashionable’ East London’s Old Blue Last each Thursday night across July, we’ve booked some of our favourite new acts to play free shows, showcasing some of the very best new talent around.

Since letting the first names slip, those free tickets have been flying out of the virtual doors. So much so, we could probably sneak off and not bother finishing the line-ups – but that’s not like us, Dear Reader? Nope. We’re contractually obligated to at least do a passable job here.

Yep, we’re completing the Etc. 2018 bill by asking a bunch of our absolute faves to spin some turbo bangers across our four free shows this July. We’re delighted to announce The Magic Gang, Dom from Peace, Fickle Friends and Dream Wife will be joining us for DJ based fun across the 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th July respectively.

They’re part of some killer line-ups featuring some of the best new talent ‘around’, including headliners Catholic Action, Francobollo, Off Bloom and Girli alongside the likes of Thyla, Lucia, Bad Nerves and Saltwater Sun. You can check out the full line-up in the poster below, and grab free tickets via Dice here.

Here’s your final line-up for our new music festival Etc.

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