Clinic line up for all day festival

And it's for a good cause

Clinic line up for all day festival
Clinic and Spaceman 3 star Sonic Boom are to appear at a festival for the homeless next weekend.

The all-day event is entitled Audioscope 06, and is in aid of Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity. It takes place at Oxford Zodiac on October 28.

Other acts set to perform include Brooklyn's Parts & Labor, Piano Magic and Kids In Tracksuits.

The full lineup is as follows:

Clinic
Magnétophone & Sonic Boom
Parts & Labor
Piano Magic
I'm Being Good
Kids in Tracksuits
The Rock of Travolta
Trencher
Sunnyvale Noise Sub-element


Tickets for the event are priced at £9.

For more information on Audioscope 06 go to www.audioscope.co.uk

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