We've got a couple of gigs on this weekend and it would be cool to see you there.
All the info, etc below...
10.01.09 | The Firestation | St Leonards Road | Windsor | Doors 7:30 pm | Entry £5 | ALL AGES
For advance tickets, map and other info click here: http://www.firestationartscentre.com/
Reading Festival 08 - BBC Introducing stage - Live vid: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=qm_EcT-OSVc
Tripwires are a 4 piece rock band, which fuse highly charged vocals, edgy guitars, driving bass lines, solid drums to reel you in and grab your attention. They’ve received radio play from Huw Stephens on Radio 1, Tom Robinson on BBC 6Music and Marsha Shandur XFM.
They were selected to play last year on the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds Festival.
A new three piece based band which feature a former member of the much missed The Carter Manoeuvre. Their mix laptop beats, acoustic guitars and a heartfelt vocal.
The Good Natured
Create beautiful electro-pop music with melodies which are complimented by a soft vocal, solid bass lines and punchy drum beats. Teenager Sarah McIntosh aka The Good Natured has been played by Huw Stephens, Steve Lamacq and was named The Sunday Times breakthrough act last September.
11.01.09 | Oakford Social Club | 53 Blagrave Street | Reading | Djs from 4 and Bands from 7pm | Entry Free! | 18 +
Gronland signed Broadcast 2000 began life as a solo project for multi-instrumentalist Joe Steer but is now a fully fledge band. 08 was good year for the acoustic band including radio sessions (Radio 1, BBC 6 Music and XFM), playing the Festival circuit and touring Europe. They had their tune 'Get up and Go' used in a major TV ad campaign, released their mini album ‘Building Blocks’ and penned tracks for the film 'Yes Man' starring Jim Carrey.
See them play before they embark on their UK and European tour.
Tim and Sam's Tim and the Sam band with Tim and Sam
Live vid: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3OgKjD7Fmvk
An instrumental-acoustic band including many different instruments from guitar’s to glockenspiels and from flutes to harmoniums. Last year saw the band play all over the UK, including performances at Latitude and The Great Escape Festivals.
They’ve had airplay on Radio 1, Radio 2 and recorded a live session for Marc Riley's Brain Surgery on BBC 6Music, as well as playing live for Channel M TV.
Acoustic/folk act Ute deliver songs that feature stripped down experimentalism, a mix of influences and warm, vocal melodies. It's this style which has seen the band grow a loyal fan base in recent months.
The band have been played by Steve Lamacq on Radio 1 as well as playing shows with the likes of The Wombats, Iglu & Hartley and Maps & Atlases plus they have also played at the Secret garden party festival.
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