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Introducing: MIRRORS

By Gigantic Tickets

Posted on Wednesday 16th August 2017 at 12:30

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Taking place in the fashionable district of Hackney on Saturday 29th of October, MIRRORS is the ultra-cool music festival that makes use of the many great stages the London borough has to offer.

Known for being a hub of excitement with something interesting always going on, MIRRORS takes advantage of some of the very best Hackney venues and is spread across St John Hackney Church, London Oslo, Moth Club, Stage 3, Hackney Picturehouse and Paper Dress Vintage

 

"There was smoke. And then there was MIRRORS. From out of nowhere one of the most impressive of London music festivals appeared... the inaugural festival to be delivered with such polished perfection" - London in Stereo

"If this turns out to be a theme for MIRRORS - mixing old and new, giving each sides the same big platform it won't put a foot wrong in the future." - DIY Mag

 

First started in 2015, previous acts that have taken part include The Thurston Moore Band, Nadine Shah, Cherry Glazerr, Fucked Up and The Wytches. Now running for its third year, we take a look at the Top 5 acts you can see this autumn.

 

Tickets for MIRRORS go on sale at 12:00 on Friday.

 

 

 

  1. Pinegrove



    New Jersey indie folk sextet Pinegrove are one of the biggest draws for 2017. Last year saw the release of their stunning album ‘Cardinal’ which is expected to feature prominently in their set.

 

 

  1. Los Campesinos!




    Gleeful and euphoric, Cardiff based band Los Campesinos! are always a great live band and the perfect addition to any self-respecting festival. Prepare to giddily dance non-stop through their set.

 

 

  1. Ultimate Painting





    Songwriter pairing Jack Cooper and James Hoare are Ultimate Painting. Working with an ever-changing rhythm section, the duo create catchy off kilter country inspired rock. Last year they release their latest album ‘Dusk’.

 

 

  1. Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation





    Taking inspiration for their name from the Tibetan Book Of The Dead, Josefin Öhrn heads up an incredible crew of musicians. Their debut EP ‘Diamond Waves’ saw them nominated for a Swedish Grammy for exhibiting such fascinating sonic experimentation.

 

 

  1.  Phoebe Bridgers

     

    Californian folk singer Phoebe Bridgers creates the perfect soundtrack to heartbreak. After signing to Ryan Adam’s label PAX-AM she released debut 7” ‘Killer’ in 2015. This year has seen the release of debut album ‘Motion Sickness’.