For sale I have two tickets to the Pendulum DJ set at 53 Degrees in Preston, this coming Friday, 17the Sept. The tickets are priced at face value, £31.50 for the pair, and are in hand, so will be sent as soon as payment is made.
The details for the event can be found here (http://www.53degrees.net/listings/9753.php), but this is what it says:
PENDULUM Dj Set + MC VERSE
T.C (Where's my money?)
D.O.D (AKA Dirty Dan)
One-Way & Fareast
★★★ PENDULUM Dj Set & MC Verse ★★★
The Drum & Bass heavyweights come to Preston!!! Their 3rd album just hit number 1 in the U.K album chart, these guys are unstoppable!!!
2005 saw Pendulum release their debut artist album on Breakbeat Kaos, the highly acclaimed ‘Hold Your Colour’ that went on to sell in excess of 300,000 copies and spawned their first Top 30 hit in the shape of the single ‘Slam’. The band’s full live experience (which adds guitarist Perry ap Gwynedd, drummer Kodish and MC Verse to the core trio) also became an exciting prospect with a defining headline performance at Glastonbury’s Dance Stage being a particular highlight. By now the biggest artist on the underground, Pendulum aimed to continue their rise by signing a new deal with Warner Bros. Records / Ear Storm.
Re-emerging with the fan favourite single ‘Granite’, it was the Radio 1 A-listed follow-up ‘Propane Nightmares’ that enabled Pendulum to leap into the mainstream. The band then followed a defining performance at Radio 1’s Big Weekend by seeing their second album ‘In Silico’ debut at 2 in the UK album charts. The album was certified Gold within a month of release and its success continued unabated over the summer months with a diverse array of festival appearances including Download, Reading / Leeds, Creamfields and T in the Park. Following a succession of sold-out London shows and a memorable performance on Later with Jools Holland, Pendulum’s momentum continued with their biggest UK headlining tour to date before an audience in excess of 50,000 people. Radio 1’s continuing support also included a special documentary on the band that aired over the Christmas period, while ‘In Silico’ approaches 300,000 sales in the UK alone.
As 2010 progresses, the Pendulum juggernaut continues to roll on, devastating all in its path. One of the most visceral and exhilarating live experiences around (“One of the most enthusiastic reactions afforded a main stage act in Big Day Out history,” observed Kerrang! “Phenomenal doesn’t even come close”), Pendulum’s highly acclaimed live performance has been captured in their ‘Live At Brixton’ CD / DVD set.
Watch them rock the main room of the newly refurbished 53Degrees and for the epic lauch night of FWAP!