The Imogen Styles return to Night & Day Café. Their first gig in three years. Stunning support from the iconic Monopoly Phonic.
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THE IMOGEN STYLES
THE IMOGEN STYLES offer nothing more – but absolutely nothing less – than the sheer giddy visceral thrills associated with a classic Top Of The Pops performance, complete with high energy electro synths, flashy retina-searing visuals, some serious pouting, sweating, and a surplus of double hand claps.
Basically, imagine the opposite of an acoustic set, with insistent synthpop songs about sex, sexuality, arson, dogging and dysfunctionally dark relationships (amongst other things): that’s what THE IMOGEN STYLES are all about.
Their long awaited debut album ‘Excellent Decadence’ is scheduled for release later in 2019, with regular single unveilings to tide you over in the run up.
MONOPOLY PHONIC started life as a performer on Manchester’s alt-drag scene, with incendiary lip-syncing turns at the legendary Cha Cha Boudoir club night.
Since delving into songwriting, Monopoly is now more often found as an energetic live act, performing sets full of original electronic pop rap music across the country, including at MIF, Sounds From The Other City, Manchester & Birmingham Prides, and opening tours by Christeene Vale and Lauren Harries.
Monopoly Phonic’s eclectic back catalogue can be found across streaming services, and includes collaborations with queer Manchester legends such as Lill, Grace Oni Smith and Sophie Satanique, as well as with US collaborators B. Ames and Ayesha Erotica.
Monopoly Phonic can also be found as a resident DJ at the hyper pop party Girls Night Out in Manchester and London.