Envoy bring their message

PUBLISHED: 16:36 19 October 2006 | UPDATED: 11:03 06 May 2010

Envoy kick-off another double dose of rock at Club 85

Envoy kick-off another double dose of rock at Club 85

THIS Saturday sees another double extravaganza at Club 85 with afternoon and evening gigs. To get things rolling at the Hitchin venue, with a gig starting at 2pm, are four promising young bands. Envoy are a four-piece who blew me away the last time I saw

THIS Saturday sees another double extravaganza at Club 85 with afternoon and evening gigs.

To get things rolling at the Hitchin venue, with a gig starting at 2pm, are four promising young bands.

Envoy are a four-piece who blew me away the last time I saw them perform live.

Although bathing in that sumptuous genre of psychedelic rock, Envoy do add a few dollops of indie influences to their songs which prevent them from being dragged into the deep and gloomy world of anguish psychedelia.

Also on the bill for the afternoon gig are exciting new hardcore Hertfordshire band Scream! Shout! Say Nothing and three-piece powerpop rockers Furniture Sound.

What's more, the wonderfully talented local favourites Dead Kid Songs are back on form now that vocalist Tom has returned.

Later on the same day, or at 7.45pm to be a little more precise, another three bands have been lined up.

The focus changes slightly, with a little more emphasis on metal.

On-the-up metal band Imicus, who are soon to support Panic Cell again, are joined by Club Sex and screamo metallers Something of Nothing.

You can check out music and info on all of the bands on their myspace sites.


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