(Syd's Pink Floyd tribute band) this Sat 29th July @ venue 2, 229 Great Portland Street, London W1, from 9pm onwards...
See Below(from organizer Rob Bailey)

With the sad news of Syd Barrett founder member of Pink Floyd passing away on Friday 7 July it seems fitting to dedicate this night to him with the mindblowing early Floyd (Syd era) tribute from Interstellar Overcoat live this Saturday at 10pm.
FAB launch party @ our fab new venue! Sat 29 July Technicolour Dream party! Venue 2 ,opp Great Portland St tube station, 229 Great Portland Street,London W1

enter the time tunnel to this cool W1 cellar club expect 3 cool live bands, DJ’s, groovy visuals and a friendly atmosphere, pub prices and air conditioning.

Our Technicolor dream party on Sat 29 July, comprises three Psychedelic bands from the golden era of pop music. Headline act none other than the legendary Crazy World of Arthur Brown who had a hit record in 1968 with ‘Fire’ and an outstanding top 20 LP on Track records. Arthur’s amazing live show still often ends with real fireworks. We are very pleased to have a true character and an amazing voice and talent to our club roster.

Instant Flight a great new Psychedelic/Pop band from London have a new LP out and are making a good impression on the London gig scene, expect a cool set.

Interstellar Overcoat are an amazingly authentic tribute to the late great Syd Barrett era of London legends Pink Floyd who sadly passed away earlier this month. Expect to hear the first album complete with all the crazy sound effects plus all the early Floyd singles ‘See Emily play’, ‘Arnold Lane’ etc and a few of Syd’s late 60’s early 70’s solo efforts. The Floyd along with the Soft Machine was instrumental in the development of the London Psychedelic sound with UFO and Middle Earth club nights.

After the bands Dr Robert & guest Liam Hughes from ‘Watch your step’ and Marcus 'the Novelty' will spin fab underground 6t’s dance music till 3am on chunky black vintage vinyl.

Venue 2, 229 Great Portland Street, London W1- Doors 9pm-3am/ Adm 10

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