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(Live at Leeds and Liverpool Sound City 2014 flavoured!) Live Gig Video: Clean Bandit perform ‘Rather Be’ for Fred Perry Subculture

 
By on Wednesday, 29th January 2014 at 4:00 pm
 

Clean Bandit have been poking around for a couple of years, but most people have only heard of them recently, their single ‘Rather Be’ hitting the top of the UK charts this week. The four-piece fuse house rhythms with classical influences into a heady mix danceable by all, so it’s no wonder their latest single has skyrocketed up the charts.

Last month in London, Clean Bandit graced a Fred Perry Sub-Sonic Live bill, where they performed this rendition of ‘Rather Be’ committed to film. Watch it below. The band have already been announced as a band not to miss at both Live at Leeds 2014 and Liverpool Sound City 2014, taking place the first bank holiday weekend of May.

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Live Gig Videos: Fred Perry Subculture featuring the Charlatans, Willy Mason and the Drums

 
By on Monday, 7th January 2013 at 4:00 pm
 

2012 marked the 60th anniversary of the Fred Perry brand and the relaunch of the Fred Perry Subculture Web site. The brand had a series of celebrations in honour of the anniversary last year but just because it’s 2013, it doesn’t mean the partying has stopped. They’ve provided us some great live videos from their birthday party in September 2012 at London Garage, starring the Charlatans (performing ‘The Only One I Know’), Willy Mason (playing ‘I Got Gold’ from his new album ‘Carry On’ released in December on Fiction Records) and the Drums (playing the fab ‘Days’ from 2011’s ‘Portamento’). Watch them all below.

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Live Gig Videos: Fred Perry Subculture featuring Jake Bugg, Kyla La Grange and Wavves

 
By on Wednesday, 7th November 2012 at 4:00 pm
 

As part of the ongoing 60th anniversary celebration of the Fred Perry brand and the relaunch of the Fred Perry Subculture Web site, Subculture has offered up these fantastic live videos from the Dot to Dot Festival in May of some of the brightest stars in music right now.

The live video below from Jake Bugg, currently on tour in America with headliners Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Snow Patrol, will be familiar: it’s the song that broke him to the masses, ‘Lightning Bolt’. Kyla La Grange (pictured at top) is no stranger to TGTF either; we’ve got a video of her performing ‘To Be Torn’. And last but not least, we’ve also got live video of San Diego noise rock band Wavves playing their song ‘Bug’. Enjoy all of these videos below.

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Live Gig Video: The Horrors perform ‘Changing the Rain’ for Subculture

 
By on Friday, 2nd March 2012 at 4:00 pm
 

Here’s something nice for a Friday afternoon. Courtesy of Fred Perry Subculture, we’ve got video of the Horrors performing ‘Changing the Rain’, from last year’s ‘Skying’ album, filmed in a sweaty, intimate club. Except you don’t actually have to be sweating and feeling like your space is being invaded, you can watch it in the comfort of your home. Watch it below.

 

Live Gig Video: Factory Floor play ‘What You Say’ at Sub-Sonic Live launch party

 
By on Thursday, 9th February 2012 at 2:00 pm
 

Factory Floor was one of several big name performers at Fred Perry Subculture‘s opening launch party of Sub-Sonic Live last November (we gave away tickets to this event). If you are an unfortunate soul like myself and missed the event, we’ve got the band’s performance of ‘What You Say’ from the night. Enjoy it below.

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WIN / Tickets to Fred Perry Subculture Sub-Sonic Live in London, 18th November 2011

 
By on Tuesday, 1st November 2011 at 11:00 am
 

Why yes. The folks at Fred Perry Subculture are getting into the gigging business – that is, the forward thinking clothing and cutting edge music finding company will be putting on monthly shows at London Garage. Split across three floors, each with their own diverse musical personality, this new night called Sub-Sonic Live will take place on the third Friday of each month, from 9.30 PM – 2.00 AM. Clearly, this is going to become one of the hottest nights out in the Capital.

Friday the 18th of November is the official launch night of Sub-Sonic Live and the line-up is something not to be missed. Check out the line-up, which includes rising stars Factory Floor:

Main Room – Bleeding Edge New Music
Factory Floor / + Very Special Guests / Hyetal
DJ sets from Rory Phillips (Durrr) and Dollop – until 3 AM
Legends Room – Heritage Music Reworked
Room curated by London music legends Phonica Records with an appearance by Fudge Fingas
Discovery Bar – Aural Discovery Room
Nathan Gregory Wilkins (History Clock) and friends

While Fred Perry Subculture is running a lucky draw on their official Web site for a lucky 250 winners, we have blagged a pair to give away to one lucky TGTF reader. Could that lucky reader be you? You won’t know unless you enter our contest below. Please note that you must be at least 18 years of age to win and attend this event. Give us your name and email address, and then tell us which artist on the Sub-Sonic Live launch night line-up you’re most keen on seeing. We’ll pick a winner at random from all the completed entries.

This contest is now closed.

 
 
 

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