Main Concert

MOK Fest Saturday Night Concert in the Vic (£30)
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown
Doors 9.30pm Showtime 10.00pm

The Time Frequency (TTF)

DJ Rankin

Gullion

 

The Time Frequency (TTF)

Formed by Jon Campbell in 1989 The Time Frequency’s rise to prominence was swift. Within a period of two years they went from headlining clubs to headlining raves. then from raves to their own concerts. Shortly after the white label release of the ‘Futurama’ EP, TTF (as they are more commonly known) signed to Jive Records. Chart success soon followed with a plethora of hit singles all around Europe, peaking as the anthem ‘Real Love’ reached no 8 in the UK single charts

All five of TTF’s first five singles went to number one in their homeland and while major labels were blowing hundreds of thousands on the latest hip & cool flops, TTF records were flying quietly out of the door at an unbelievable rate and as a result the act has become an underground phenomenon.

In 25 years there hasn’t been a single week where TTF’S music hasn’t been played on UK radio with the singles proving just as popular with the subsequent generations

In the past four years the regeneration is complete and the band have performed multiple sold out concerts around the UK, including Glasgow Barrowlands and the O2 Academy. 2017 saw the release of the long awaited new album ‘Futurelands’ and a comprehensive supporting tour

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 DJ Rankin

DJ Rankin returns to play support to The Time Frequency along at this years Sat Night Concert in the Vic on Aug 11th.  DJ Rankin or Gordon Rankin to give him his full title started life as a teenage underground sensation at 13 years old and has built on this to play at gigs and events across the country each week.

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Gullion

 

Gullion

Local band Gullion take to the Saturday Night Concert stage for the second time.

The band who feature Robert Black, Christophe Aide, Eric Spence Alison Moffat Leith, Rachel Aide and Andrew Black have performed for many years at both the MOK Fest and Kintyre Songwriters Festival.

 

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