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SEMITONAL – Live in London for The Samaritans 20/09/19

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Hello all

My Bass/Drums/Loops project SEMITONAL will be playing a charity show at The legendary Water Rats in Kings Cross (WC1X) on 20th September. Doors 8pm.

"LOOPING RHYTHMS AND HYPNOTIC PIANO LAYERED WITH RIGHTEOUS BASS LIKE MUSIC TO A FILM AS YET UNMADE."

Two bands. Late bar. Great cause. Details and tickets here:–

http://www.universe.com/events/semitonal-live-for-the-samaritans-tickets-0PNHKG

Hope to see you there...

Cheers!

Tomaso

 

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Thanks to all who came to the Water Rats show last weekend and to those who made donations... we had a blast.
Between donations and ticket sales, SEMITONAL raised £200 for The Samaritans – an additional £170 was raised by both bands in ticket sales on the night. 
Photograph by John Gidley.

Cheers!

Tomaso

 

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