Club Radio Free Europe returns 26th April

Club Radio Free Europe returns 26th April

Club Radio Free Europe returns this spring on Friday April 26th with two exciting prospects from Estonia, electro-funk experimentalists Kreatiivmootor and tongue-in-cheek retro riffers Elephants From Neptune.

At this new club night, Stuart Gadd and A.P. Childs go on a discovery each month to find the hidden gems of music throughout Europe.  This month takes them to Estonia.  A.P. Childs,‘ The capital city Tallinn is the gateway to the eclectic; the absurd, the glam and the goth.  Enchanting, a bit potty and rather fun.’  Plus worth checking out a whole host of KGB stories and the minister revealed to be putting on underground punk gigs in the Soviet era.

This month features: Kreatiivmootor and Elephants from Neptune. Kreatiiv, are baffling to the point of brilliance, Gong meets Kraftwerk, with glistening moments of free beautiful sax and dadaist vocalising. Elephants from Neptune, are more funky riffed out, soul rock from the sandy beaches of Neptune.

Support comes from two new bands on the rise, The Red Lapels, bring a modern take on the vintage, mod garage soul and After the Ice, break through with the sounds of Cream infiltrated with a Muse like expression, as they wake you up in more ways than one.

Back in December the inaugural Club Radio Free Europe hosted two excellent acts out of Austria – Mile Me Deaf and Sex Jams. The showcase proved there was a vibrant noise rock scene in Vienna. And since that night Sex Jams have continued to enjoy heavy rotation on John Kennedy’s XFM X-posure shows, Gary Crowley and Amazing Radio in the UK.

Club co-founder AP Childs adds, “There’s such an eclectic and way-out scene it makes total sense for us to showcase both KM and Elephants. Both acts are excellent but are from two very different ends of the market. The night is for real music fans and promises to be very exciting, and very different.”

The night re-commences on Friday April 26th at The Miller, 96 Snowsfields, London SE1. Doors at 7:30 pm. Tickets £5 adv from

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