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Electropop at Bardens Boudoir tonight

PUBLISHED: 16:00 12 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:52 05 October 2010

STOKE Newington s ultra trendy music venue is promising a disco space funk dance party tonight (Saturday) with a host of top live bands lined up. Bardens Boudoir in Stoke Newington Road is hosting a cheap club night with bands and DJs until late into th

STOKE Newington's ultra trendy music venue is promising a "disco space funk dance party" tonight (Saturday) with a host of top live bands lined up.

Bardens Boudoir in Stoke Newington Road is hosting a cheap club night with bands and DJs until late into the morning.

Among the highlights is Hesta Prynn of New York City all female three-piece Northern State.

Described as the female version of the Beastie Boys, Prynn delivers cheeky rhymes with charm and wit.

Cutting a different kind of cloth on her new solo project, she combines sassy verbal dexterity with classy electro pop.

The chanteuse' list of collaborators reads like a hipster's dream includes Tim Harrington from Les Savy Fav, Gnarls Barkley and Le Tigre.

Also appearing is Gaggle, a 21-strong choir of fearless, feminist creatives and intellectuals.

The band recorded a Radio 1 Live session this summer and performed at Victoria Park's Field Day festival.

Earlier on the bill, Internet Forever will plough their lo-fi indie pop and Hackney resident Penelope Edmund, promises a set of spiky, electronic punk.

Club Mofo starts at 7.30pm at Barden's Boudoir in Stoke Newington Road. Tickets are £4 before 8.30pm and £5 after with flyer before 11pm.


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