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THE RUDE AWAKENING - Sheffield 'Kaleidoscope Live'

Cafe Totem, 23 furnival gate, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S14QR


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12 July 2019 - 12 July 2019
Doors Open
Event Ends
Age Restriction
18 and over
Dress Code
Dress to impress
Event Organiser


Heralded by The Electricity Club as "This year's most promising new act", The Rude Awakening perform their new ground-breaking "Kaleidoscope" album in it's entirety, accompanied by fellow synth acts Morgan King (Lene Lovich Band) and Ooberfuse.

The Rude Awakening write and perform stylish, sensual and evocative synthpop music about subjects many would leave well alone. Interesting, charming and extremely likeable modern electronic pop songs with a slightly dark uneasy side…and the duo have immediately made an impact within the indie synth scene with modern classics To Say Goodbye, Fuck Puppet, Emerald Dancer and Your Wetness Is My Weakness… infectious and anthemic synthpop tunes for adult ears.

Morgan King Morgan decided to put focus back on his solo music after a long and successful period working and touring with Lene Lovich. In 2015 he started to write his first album as a solo artist "Grains & Grams whilst visiting Belgium, then decided to move there and start recording in 2016. For production he teamed up with Italian producer Giulio Gaietto and the album was released September 2016.  In this same year he went back on to the live stage playing concerts throughout Europe.  He is currently writing new material for forthcoming albums, touring and collaborating on various projects.

Ooberfuse Well-crafted songs delivered through powerful, emotional and heartfelt vocals combined with east-meets-west electronic music are Ooberfuse's trademarks. Performing existing and new material throughout the Uk and also on a Japanese tour during 2019, Ooberfuse are very much in demand on the electronic circuit.