Music: We Give You the Best of New Music Talent; the ECHO Spotlight Night Is on Sunday at Barfly, Seel Street, Liverpool. Tickets Are Pounds 5 and Doors Open at 8pm

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Music: We Give You the Best of New Music Talent; the ECHO Spotlight Night Is on Sunday at Barfly, Seel Street, Liverpool. Tickets Are Pounds 5 and Doors Open at 8pm


Byline: Kate Mansey

RIFFS, quiffs, pop, rock and electronica.

This Sunday's ECHO Spotlight gig has got it all. Not only is there some not-to-be-missed flourishing Merseyside talent, you can also see some of the most exciting new names making it across the country - Boy Kill Boy and the White Rose Movement and local lads The Veras and To My Boy.

The point of the monthly Spotlight gig is to cherry-pick this year's best new music talent. It is the place for bands to get a break and make a name for themselves.

Boy Kill Boy have got the sprint-paced pop thing all sussed out with their up-tempo Killerslike keyboard sound.

Now the four-piece Eastenders are bringing their hard-hitting riffs to Liverpool.

Singer Chris says: "We were talking about how we wanted to tour in the best place in the country and everyone just said, it has to be Liverpool."

They've just played the Wireless festival on the NME stage and are looking forward to taking the world by storm.

He says: "We released a single which was quite low key and it's gone big from there. We've just finished our first video which was one of those real milestones for us.

"I've known the drummer since we were little kiddies and now it's taking off it's really exciting."

Support band White Rose Movement, named after an anti-Nazi group in Germany in World War II, have just released their latest single Love Is A Number.

The band has toured with The Kills and their blonde female backing singer and FranzFerdinandstyle lead singer add a touch of class to their electronic stage show. …

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