Satuday 5th May
The Night Owl proudly presents playing live
MeMe Detroit (full band)
Due to popular demand after wowing the crowd as a regular performer at our now infamous Bowie Night, we thought it was about time MeMe came and did a headline show at The Night Owl.
The glittering electric, eccentricity of the 80's. The dynamic, not-to-be-messed-with grunge of the 90's and the magnetism of present day indie guitar music, MeMe Detroit encompasses it all in an all-powerful cosmic swirl.
The Midlands based singer, musician and DJ's repertoire flicks through time, Her debut album "Live to Love You'll Love to Live" is splattered with a collage of inspiration, grunge elements are easy to spot in heavy bass lines, whilst flickers of indie pop lie within acoustic guitar numbers. Her more recent work however is studded with retro glam and spiralling synths.
Last year's release "How She Runs" (commissioned for indie film "My Saviour") is a third eye into the world of love and lust, a glittering story told from behind the DJ booth.
+ Support from Institutes
"Gritty and pretty songs that leave their mark on you with honest words that soar, big riffs and instrumentals that send you into a trance you didn't have to pay a dealer for.
Institutes bring their songs to life on stage with an engaging, dynamic and unrelentingly energetic performance that would suggest they're plugged directly into the mains.
Following a successful year - which saw acoustic performances at Glastonbury and a BBC Introducing session - winter recording sessions are underway and sights are set on a loud 2018."
8pm til late
£5 advance / more on the door
Includes entry to Dig? club night after