Win tickets to The JD Set in London (on May 5th) when Shy Child, Infadels, The Shortwave Set, Kids On Bridges & The Pipettes make music history and reinterpret The Human League’s seminal album ‘Dare’. Each prize winner will receive a pair of tickets as well as a Jack Daniel’s goody bag. Not bad.
To see these bands make music history, collaborating on the likes of ‘Love Action’ and ‘Don’t You Want Me’, go to thejdset.co.uk where you can see behind the scenes action from the studio sessions before they’re screened on NME TV and Channel 4. Check out this taster video of The Shortwave Set collaborating with The Pipettes on ‘Love Action’.
We have two pairs of tickets to give away to attend this exclusive gig, which takes place at Dingwalls on Wed 5 May. The prize also includes a Jack Daniel’s goody bag for each prizewinner.
Infadels said: “‘Dare’ is a classic. The synth bass-lines, the mix of electronic pop and killer keyboard riffs has been a massive influence on everything Infadels has done.”
A fresh new line up will play at The JD Set Manchester on 27 May which pays homage to punk pioneers, the Buzzcocks and then at Glasgow on 17 June which is dedicated to the Material Girl herself, Madonna.
For the past three years The JD Set has partnered members of musical royalty with hot new names from the underground in gigs up and down the UK. Stand out performances have come from Peter Hook and The Wombats, Hugh Cornwall and The Hours, Don Letts and Little Boots and David Gedge and the chart topping Temper Trap.
HOW TO WIN: Which track does NOT feature on The Human League’s ‘Dare’ album? Deadline: Monday 26 April.
A) ‘Don’t You Want Me’
B) ‘Love Action’
C) ‘Poker Face’
Email your answer with your name, age, address and telephone number to music[at]fadedglamour.co.uk (replace the [at] with @, obviously).
Entrants must be over 18. T&C’s apply, full details are available here.
Shy Child - Criss Cross
Infadels - Ghosts (radio edit)
The Pipettes - Our Love Was Saved By Spacemen
Know when to unplug. Please drink Jack Daniel's responsibly.