Edinburgh clubs: Nostalgic indie club night with music from the Noughties is coming to the Capital

Is this it? If you’re a fan of indie rock from the 00s, it could well be!
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Calling all aging cool kids – for one night only, come and dance to the best indie rock music the Noughties had to offer.

Hosted at the iconic Wee Red Bar (hidden in the grounds of Edinburgh College of Art), the soundtrack to this nostalgic club night will kick off in January 2001, when The Strokes released their Modern Age EP in the UK.

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Said by some to be the catalyst for an indie revolution, the record left a mark on the world – and on the deluge of guitar bands who dominated dance floors, the charts, and our hearts for close to a decade afterwards.

A nostalgic indie club night is coming to Edinburgh’s Wee Red Bar for one night only, and lovers of The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand and The Killers will want to be there.A nostalgic indie club night is coming to Edinburgh’s Wee Red Bar for one night only, and lovers of The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand and The Killers will want to be there.
A nostalgic indie club night is coming to Edinburgh’s Wee Red Bar for one night only, and lovers of The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand and The Killers will want to be there.

The DJs will have all bases covered, from The Kooks to The Klaxons.

Whether you liked Kings of Leon before they got a haircut, were brokenhearted when The Libertines split (the first time around), or discovered Arctic Monkeys on MySpace, this is the night out for you.

Is This It? Saturday, 28 January 2023 - 11pm to 3am, Wee Red Bar, 74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh. Tickets £3 in advance (including booking fees) - available via Eventbrite. £5 on the door. Over 18s only (please bring ID). All profits will be donated to the Scottish Association for Mental Health

(SAMH)

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