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Music social networking site Last.fm is putting on a selection of ‘Pop Up Shows’ across the City Of London over the next few weeks. News of each event is strictly a ‘on the day’ basis, hence this post this morning for you lovely people!

Slow Club

Slow Club, the folk rock duo from Sheffield, are the first of many that will be “popping up” in random places across London to perform a very special acoustic show for the general public. This is the official press release from last.fm…..

Last.fm presents HP and the Power of Sound

Last.fm are working with HP to present “the power of sound” by bringing music fans exclusive content over the summer. As well as exclusive artist interviews and a huge live event on September 2nd, there will be pop-up acoustic shows around London too. The first is with Slow Club on Thursday 16th June at Soho Square, 1pm (look out for the Last.fm banner). Fans and passersby will get a chance to see various bands perform over the summer in weird and wonderful settings around the city.

Make sure you follow @HPUK on twitter to receive all the latest secret pop-up session details!

All exclusive content will appear here: https://www.facebook.com/HPUK

So don’t forget that time, it will be at 1pm at Soho Square!

Keep an eye out for the last.fm banner and you will find the gig take place there. So hope some of you get a chance to go down there, because it really be something you will truly remember!

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One thought on “Slow Club play Pop Up Session in Soho Square for last.fm TODAY! (16/06/11)

  1. Pingback: The Boxer Rebellion play Pop Up Session in Carnaby Street for Last.fm TODAY! (14/07/11) « Sourmash Music

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