November 5, 2005 9:00

New bands to stage NYE extravaganza

The Young Knives and Larrikin Love confirmed

New bands to stage NYE extravaganza
A host of new bands are set to ring in 2006 with a special New Year’s Eve party in London.

The Young Knives and Rumble Strips are set to play live at the Transgressive event which will take place at the capital’s The Social on December 31.

Each of the bands have also prepared a cover version especially for the night.

Larrikin Love will be amongst the special guest DJs who will take their turn behind the decks.

Entry is strictly limited to 200 people and tickets are onsale through the Transgressive website www.trangressive.co.uk priced at £15.

More DJs are still to be confirmed.

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