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The Brick Lane venue saw a free night of live bands take to the stage on Monday (19th March). A surprisingly great night especially when you’re looking for new live music and are on a budget.

93 Feet East showcased emerging talent for 90 Free Mondays, this week began with Luke Gambling. He was followed by the self-proclaimed “post-drunk” band Chemical Smile.

The support band which really stood out was the Sheffield based alternative rockers Cable35. They really warmed up the crowd with their grunge punk sound.

Cable35 – ‘Saturated’

The headline slot was taken by the psychadelic blues rock band Peanut Butter Lovesicle, who ended the evening on a high. From this line up, 90 Free Mondays is more than worth the money.

The next free event is 90 Free Fridays on 30th March.