5th December 2010 – Akira @ The Silver Bullet

Light up the Dark – Offering excellent live music from four amazing acts, great value drinks and the finest sound from this stunning north London venue.

@ The Silver Bullet

The Silver Bullet is a recently opened venue in Finsbury Park and has been generating a lot of press attention, with a feature in NME, nights hosted by influential Indie Label Moshi Moshi and EARmusic, as well as holding the official Rage Against The Machine after party.

£5 on the door, starts at 20:00



Phantom are an awesome Canadian/British duo currently making waves on the London music scene. Having released their critically acclaimed album “Smoke & Mirrors” in August this year, this act has been described as “superficially in the same bracket as Goldfrapp, La Roux and Florence & The Machine”, whilst in fact showing them all “exactly how to construct a beautiful, modern electronic album”. Presenting a combination of ethereal vocals and lush e-bowed guitars over a dense treated background, their soundscape is original and enchanting – it’s even been suggested that listening to them is the aural equivalent of watching a David Lynch film.



Josh Bray is a 26 old singer songwriter from London. A relative newcomer to both the London scene and music having come late to the guitar at the age of about 21. Heavily influenced by the British folk revivalist movement of the 60’s and 70’s, his music has been compared to Nick Drake, Jose Gonzales, Jack Johnson and John Martyn among others. He is currently getting ready to record his first EP.



Starlings are a four piece from Sheffield who since their formation last year have managed to produce “pretty darn epic dancefloor-electronica ala Delphic, while further tunes splashed with heavier wavings of guitars, like ‘Club Scene’, echo the band’s more quirky, alternative sound, ala The Automatic if fronted by Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy”.



The Budda Cakes are an established band on the London scene, having shared stages with Lykke Li, Kate Nash, Soko, Metronomy, Grace Jones and Robots In Disguise Musically, they combine “more creative artistry and freewheeling melodic depth than a fair few bands currently receiving accolades and plaudits”. The Budda Cakes will make you happy, make you smile, make you want go tell the world about their alternative take on modern music.


The Silver Bullet
5 Station Place
N4 2DH


Akira Records

Contact <Stevie> or <Kate> @akirarecords.com for further information and future bookings

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