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We had Bon Iver's latest album, followed by a band called Late of the Pier and our bassist Chris' special mix tape from when he was 17
A night which brought acts as diverse and great as Faust, Mystery Jets, Late of the Pier and Tim Burgess to the town's palette would be sorely missed.
They've already done re-mixes for Late Of The Pier, Santogold, Ladyhawke and Mystery Jets and released two singles in the UK.
When the synth-toting Brits in Late of the Pier pranced into the US to play their first stateside shows, they didn't know that they'd have to overcome more than jetlag, blog hype and worrisome NME coverlines ("Late of the Pier: What New Rave Did Next"
Top of the bill are Belgian musical geniuses 2ManyDJs (pictured) who will be joined by Late Of The Pier, The Death Set, Indica Ritual, Revo, Mr Paul and loads more.
Their only Midlands show will be at Leicester's de Montfort Hall on Sunday, October 19, when they will be supported by The Hair and Castle Donnington's Late of the Pier.
Late Of The Pier @ Central Station & Yales, Wrexham, Wednesday: Utterly bonkers indie-rave-disco bunch of Midlanders whose scant regard for traditional song structure and time changes suggests they have as many Zappa and Captain Beef heart records as they do ones by Cameo.
Meanwhile, Barfly in Cardiff will be subject to a visit from one of my favourite new bands, electro-punk ravers Late Of The Pier, on Sunday, May 4.