Lisa Redford and Friends, have created a single that is only £1 to download, and all proceeds go a fund directed to find Future Radio a new home.Read full Article
Visit most of the various musical venues in Norwich, and I’ll warrant you will do so with a preconception of the kind of act you’re going to see. The exception is surely Epic Studios, frequently playing host to the eccentric and undefinable that doesn’t easily fit in anywhere elseRead full Article
Pinky Pinky are a young trio from Los Angeles who grew up together as childhood friends and this closeness transfers into their music with new release Turkey Dinner, their debut long-player after a couple of well-received EPs.
it would be easy to play it safe and predictable but it's a festival strength that they keep looking for something new and different with the occasional surprise to keep us on our toes …. somehow each year topping the achievements of the last.
Sam Coe and The long Shadow, True Adventures and Hot Raison
Lisa Redford's new EP kicks off in bright, confident style
With Lucy Grubb, The Hanging Stars, The Vagaband, Steve Arlene, Hot Raisin and Borderline in the Bar
Pancrazi is wonderful as Prince Charming, and her parallel appearance as a maid and confidante to Cinderella in Pandolfe's household suggests a dimension of gender fluidity, adding yet another layer of duality, metamorphosis and contrast to the production
Gladboy are an exciting prospect, each individual member bringing something unique and valuable to the mix
This was the latest Odd Box Promotions night featuring three dreamily compatible acts: the excellent Lucille and the Seals playing their biggest Norwich gig thus far, London's Wyldest, and launching their new EP, The Wolf Number, a band our city should be mighty proud of.