11 Feb 2014
Wrangler live @ Servant Jazz Quarters 
Wrangler live @ Servant Jazz Quarters

Wrangler featuring Stephen Mallinder (ex-Cabaret Voltaire), Benge (John Foxx), and Phil Winter (Tunng) play the Servant Jazz Quarters in London's Dalston on Tuesday 18 February 2014 from 8pm.

Tickets priced a very reasonable 5.00 GBP are on sale now via Blood and Biscuits.

"Expect modular synths, old drum machines, and gnarly vocals."

Support comes from Ahma (Icelandic electronic improvisation) and Tom Rogerson (Three Trapped Tigers solo piano improvisation).


Servant Jazz Quarters
10A Bradbury Street
Londond N16 8JN

More info at Wrangler Facebook.

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