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The Rock-itt : July 2011
"Django" Jennings on the skins. Certainly not your usual rock band line up of instruments and LC certainly deliver with a confident and quirky mix of slam pop, funk, ska, reggae, modern fusion music! Their tunes are as catchy as a cold on a winter’s night and it’s easy to see why they have built such a strong following of punters in such a short tim e. Not only are they musically talented but they were also selling a range of hand painted T-shirts at the merch table, along with their EP on USB drive. These guys have broader appeal as well with songs like ‘W elcome To My Downstairs Area’ and ‘Say It’ having real commercial potential. If you like great musicians putting out a fun and funky sound – do yourself a favour and go see these guys! All too soon the night was over and just after 11pm over 300 satisfied and sweaty punters made their way out of the venue into the cold and drizzle. It was great to see so many known faces at the gig, with a lot of new blood coming in – which is what All Ages venues need to survive in the long run. No venue can survive if the punters don’t come through the door, so it’s great to see the next generations of kids wanting to see good live music. Another night over at YOYOs – except for the staff and youth volunteers who need to pack down and clean up before their night is over. The night raised over $600 for the Eniwe Children’s Fund – money that will have great benefits for the orphans of Africa. We haven’t disappeared, just moved around the back into Market Lane, almost opposite the entrance to Manly Library We are offering the same great deals on all types of custom picture framing 3 Market Lane, Manly NSW 2095 Phone: 99778262 Mob: 0423 619 144