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Music to save the world

SAVING the planet reaches higher planes of cool as four of Londons brightest young bands join forces for a fundraising gig in New Cross.

The Top Cats, Databass, Glyda and the Deptford Wives will be playing something for everybody at a benefit concert for Greenwich and Lewisham Friends of the Earth.

Databass have been described as a groove-laden mesh of dub and techno music, while the Top Cats claim to be the UKs finest ska band.

The Deptford Wives will play their home-grown R&B while the funky Glyda boasts Ronnie Woods son Jessie and Eric Claptons nephew Willy Boyd in the line-up.

Jenny Bates, from Greenwich and Lewisham FoE, said: We are excited to be involved with promoting some of the best live music around and we are very grateful musicians and promoters have given their time and energy to help Friends of the Earth and our campaigns to protect people and the environment.



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