guerrilla gig


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guerrilla gig

n
an impromptu musical performance in an unlikely public space, such as an underground train or on the roof of a building, organized by text-message communication between the band and its fans
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It was as unlikely a guerrilla gig as they come and the clip-on antlers made for first-class accessorising.
You have to do them when you're nobody just to get known but the sound systems are generally rubbish and so is that whole guerrilla gig ethos.
THE superb debut single Cash Machine by new band Hard-Fi features them playing a guerrilla gig at the end of a runway at Heathrow.
A FEW hours earlier KID HARPOON were playing a guerrilla gig outside the Riverside Stadium.
The Guerrilla Gigs Tour is about music from my heart & soul, shared directly on the streets with people all across America.
Maybe you would like them in an ad, to license their music for a pro- motion, stage some guerrilla gigs, have social media activa- tion and activity around the venues on their tour?
I ended up catching the early performance of The Unthanks at ARC and then To Kill A King in Middlesbrough on the advice of my friend; she had seen them play at one of their guerrilla gigs at The Olde Young Tea House a couple of weeks before.
You can get impromptu shows popping up and guerrilla gigs.
They are currently mixing their debut album at Manchester's Blueprint studios having been refining their live sound by hosting and performing guerrilla gigs at innovative locations that draw upon their love of live music, art, fashion and partying hard.
The documentary covers stories of guerrilla gigs, the struggle for Withered Hand to get his visa and includes some exclusive performances in unusual venues; like Admiral Fallow in the local soup kitchen for Austin's homeless and Withered Hand in the central Presbyterian Church.
They are pals and spiritual soulmates to the Libertines estranged frontman Pete Docherty and have become renowned for doing one-off guerrilla gigs.
It was a time of the guerrilla gigs when London bands, led by The Libertines, would go to fans' houses and play impromptu sets.