A night for “queers, straights and everyone in between”. That’s us sorted then. And, when you look at Wet Paint’s spinning wheel of tunes (Sleigh Bells, Pavement, Robyn, DJ Shadow…) that’s ticked all our musical boxes too. What’s not to like?

Launching their electroclash, indie, alt, hop-hop tonic on the city next week, the boys and girls behind Wet Paint are promising a monthly mash up that’s messy, magical and refreshingly rule free. Launching on that oh-so-busy Pride weekend is a gamble, but if they stick to their musical guns, we’re there.

If you wanna go down for nowt, we’ve got two pairs of tickets to give away: drop us an email at info@sevenstreets.com with the subject ‘Wet Paint’.

Wet Paint
4 August, £4
O2 Academy, Liverpool

  • http://sanchothefat.com Robert O’Rourke

    I’m confused by the bit that reads, ‘Belle & Sebastian // The Spice Girls // Pavement’…

    It’s looks like someone’s genius playlist on itunes. Always a few turkeys in there. Plus mine thinks Nick Drake and Queens of the Stone Age go well together…

    On the whole though, looks good

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  • Shane

    So anybody went and reviewed that night?

  • http://www.sevenstreets.com David Lloyd

    We went – it was great, good crowd, brilliant mix of indie/electronica/old school faves. We don’t really do reviews of clubnights – best to just preview them, and let people know about it.