Sunday 26th August, AITBF travel to Bournemouth to the ace Sixty Million Postcards pub. It's all day and it's free!!
Expect fun, frolics, ballons, Bar b q, discounted Brothers pear cider and of course a typically amazing Adventures array of the freshest, most exciting new Live acts and DJ’s in the UK today.
Akala - www.myspace.com/akalamusic - Hip Hops great hope, North Londons Akala stays true to the origins of the genre. His last Bournemouth show was warm up for Missy Elliott at BIC. A MOBO award winner in 2006 in the Best Hip hop artist category, Akala went on to support Jay Z in UK, play Lagos alongside Kano & Abuja and perform at Vietnams first ever Hip Hop show. No to be missed.
“Pushes things forward. Now lets see Akala’s peers follow his lead” 8/10. NME
“Smart addictive and right on the mark.” The Independent.
Miss Odd Kidd - www.myspace.com/missoddkidd - Girl of the moment, Odd Kidd, has in 2007 raised the stakes for female Rap in the UK. Her Electro infused track “Sweat” has had regular Radio 1 airplay from the likes of Rob Da Bank & Huw Stephens, earning her a slot at this years Bestival.
Peggy Sue And The Pirates - www.myspace.com/peggysueandthepirates -The heartbreaking beauty of Cat Power and Regina Spektor with the toe tapping, howling, Johnny Cash influenced force of rockabilly. Have recently supported their good friend Kate Nash.You can't take your attention away from these two girls with guitars, believe us.
They Came From The Stars, I Saw Them - www.myspace.com/theycamefromthestarsisawthem Weird, wonderful, wild, glorious, psychedelic – POP ! – these crazy cats recently played at Jarvis Cockers Meltdown Festival. Experience this experiment.....
“Could be the future of pop music”. Steve Lamacq
“Listen up folks! This is amazing! A band that i've never heard of before but probably should have, don't sound like ayone else...and are amazing.”One Week To Live
Tare - www.myspace.com/tareuk - Fresh from the ashes of Roland Shanks, Tare are a three piece creating a dynamic spacious sound. They have recently been recording with Bob Earland of Clor. Their songs are built focusing on melody and rhythm, through the use of three tiered vocals, electronic beats and aggressive guitar hooks. Their live set is a journey already renowned for its ability to switch moods and grooves.
Noah And The Whale - www.myspace.com/hatracket - Hailing from London's Young & Lost Club, Noah And The Whales recent Lock Tavern show has become the stuff of legend. They are, alongside the Young & Lost label, an integral part of the London scene. Currently getting themselves noticed throughout the UK with dates supporting the likes of Feist and Broken Social Scene. They embody the folk fuelled spirit of Dylan, Bonnie Prince Billy and Daniel Johnston.
Ratty Rat Rat - www.myspace.com/rattyratrattheband - Bournemouth regulars will recognise these handsome faces from bouncing around indie clubs with a cheap beer in their hands. Not much has changed except that, now, they're holding guitars and making new gangs of indie kids ?and adoring artschool girls jump around to their Libertines inspired racket. OK, so maybe things have changed a little...?
Edwards J Hicks - www.myspace.com/edwardjhicks?One man, single handedly spreading the movement of 'old-core.' Citing influences as varied as 'bargin scotch, fats waller, long nights in, arrogance, all the girls I got with, all the girls I never got with,' his music displays the alcohol laced, rambling blues of The Birthday Party, Tom Waits and John Lee Hooker.?
DJS?Casper C (Fluokids) - www.myspace.com/cas_cool -The man behind Blogger's Delight, who have hosted the likes of Justice, Herve, Simian Mobile Disco and the English member of much revered transgolbal MP3 blog, Fluokids, Ableton afficionado Casper C is devoted to new and emerging electronic sounds and also to making electro clubs lose their roofs. ?
stopmakingme (AITBF) - www.myspace.com/
Bournemouth boy Dan is an Adventures In The Beetroot Field resident and plays anything with a pulse strong enough to stop people from standing still for more than thirty seconds. Electro to space disco to post punk to grime ?to new wave to (non boring) techno. Thankfully there's no work tomorrow!