02 May 2010
Sisters of Transistors @ The Factory 8 May 
Graham Massey (Biting Tongues / 808 State / Toolshed) brings his mindblowing organ rock combo Sisters Of Transistors to The Factory in Manchester on Saturday 8 May. Featuring his four Sisters on vintage transistor organs and Graham himself on drums expect plenty of the transcendant juggernaut disco/rock workouts from debut album At The Ferranti Institute and much more.

Support comes from upcoming Manchester band Humanizer and the ticket price includes admission to the Stonelove / Hacienda Presents afterparty until 4am.

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The Factory Presents
Sisters Of Transistors & Humanizer
Saturday 8 May – 8pm to 10.30pm
Tickets: £7 from www.factorymanchester.com

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