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Preview: Good Foxy, Penelope Isles, Sylvette & Laurel Canyon @ Aatma / Thursday 28th September

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Scruff of the Neck presents – Good Foxy / Penelope Isles / Sylvette / Laurel Canyon at Northern Quarter’s Aatma this Thursday.

Returning up and comers Good Foxy are set to headline the bill rich with musical treats. Organised by Scruff the Neck records and the first of The Club SOTN events, this series is tipped to become a regular springboard for the hottest musical talent in the city.

Joining Good Foxy are hazy dream-pop Penelope Isles from the South Coast, alternative rocker Sylvette, and up-and-coming Mancunians Laurel Canyon.

Good Foxy will be performing new release ‘Easy Money’, which is available on iTunes, Spotify and Youtube.

Tickets available from

Good Foxy / Penelope Isles / Sylvette / Laurel Canyon  – Thursday 28th September, 2017 / Doors: 7:30 PM / Advance tickets: £6 / 18+ / Address: Aatma, 1st Floor, 14-16 Faraday St, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M1 1BE

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