Explosive Atoms hoping for an electronically-charged show

BLACK Country rockers Isolated Atoms are coming to Hertford this week for what they hope will be an electronically-charged show. The four-piece are Grant Leon Ashman (vocals), Mark Neat (guitars/bass), Yang (drums) and David Davies (keys/bass). Formed in

BLACK Country rockers Isolated Atoms are coming to Hertford this week for what they hope will be an electronically-charged show.

The four-piece are Grant Leon Ashman (vocals), Mark Neat (guitars/bass), Yang (drums) and David Davies (keys/bass).

Formed in February 2008, the West Midlands electro-rockers look set for big things having recently caught the eye of music mogul Alan McGee, who brought us Oasis, Mogwai and The Charlatans.

The band, who list Depeche Mode, Aphex Twin, Iggy Pop and Interpol among their influences, have also just released their first EP, a five-track offering available to download from iTunes.


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Isolated Atoms will be at The Hertford Marquee on Friday, February 6.

Support will be provided by The Unremarkables.

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The show starts at 8pm and entrance is restricted to the over-16s.

Tickets cost �6 and are available on the door.

For more information about the band, log on to www.isolatedatoms.com or www.myspace.com/isolatedatoms

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