25 October 2014
Minny Pops @ Tuesdays Post 2 November 
Minny Pops @ Tuesdays Post 2 November

2014 10 25
On the seventh day, restless

On Sunday 2 November 2014, Minny Pops will take part in November's edition of the monthly Tuesdays Post evening at The Others in Stoke Newington, London. Good people, innovative music, comfortable sofas.

In honour of the re-release of their debut recording, Minny Pops' 16-minute performance will deconstruct and construct a song from Drastic Measures, Drastic Movement.

Minny Pops will be on stage at 10.14pm sharp. Doors 7pm, 5 quid.

More info at minnypops.com.

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