Sat Sept 21st - Pixies special at How Does It Feel To Be Loved? in London

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    How Does It Feel To Be Loved?
    Saturday September 21st
    The Phoenix, 37 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0PP. 9pm-3am. £4 members, £6 non members, £6 advance ticket. Advance tickets here https://www.wegottickets.com/event/480347

    We're holding a Pixies special in celebration of Black Francis and co playing Ally Pally on Sept 20th. Come and dance to "Debaser", "Gigantic", "Here Comes Your Man", "The Holiday Song", and many more! Yes!

    Don't forget that you can get the night tube home from HDIF at The Phoenix. Both the Victoria and the Central line, which serve nearby Oxford Circus, run all night.

    Membership is free and available here

    Membership is free and registration for a membership card closes at 5pm on the night. Membership is not available on the night itself. All members receive a laminated membership card and are added to our mailing list. If you miss the 5pm deadline, you can apply for temporary membership. You won't get a card but you'll be added to the membership list for the night. Applications for the temporary list close at 9pm.






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    We play:

    The Smiths * The Supremes * Belle & Sebastian * Dusty Springfield * The Magnetic Fields * Love * Orange Juice * The Ronettes * The Ramones * Aztec Camera * Beach Boys * Buzzcocks * The Cure * The Temptations * Velvet Underground * Felt * The Shangri-Las * Allo Darlin' * Otis Redding * The Field Mice * Dexys Midnight Runners * Camera Obscura * The Four Tops * The Go-Betweens * Tammi Terrell * Jens Lekman * Jonathan Richman * Le Tigre * Pat Powdrill * The Sea Urchins * Sleater-Kinney * Os Mutantes * Neutral Milk Hotel * The Left Banke * The Associates * Martha Reeves & The Vandellas

    Reviews of How Does It Feel To Be Loved?:

    "This hugely popular night knows there are few better ways to enter the new year than with a soundtrack of classic sixties soul and the most danceworthy janglepop and shimmering indie tunes." - Time Out
    “A speakeasy for anyone who suspects that their life is one big Smiths song' - Big Issue
    'Absolutely the best night in the whole of the world!” - The Guardian
    “Much-loved indie pop institution” - The Quietus
    “Legendary indie club” - NME
     
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