This is a little while off but we are doing Rough Trade Shops - RoTa at Notting Hill arts club on the above date, to celebrate our 4th Birthday.
Doors 4 - 8 pm
RoTa at Notting Hill arts club
Doors 4 – 8 pm
"A beautiful chronometric collision of twinkling bells and freefalling harps" – NME
"A one-man wall of intelligent electronica. 8/10" – DROWNEDINSOUND
Electronica/pop act Mr Fogg has received substantial airplay on BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, 6 Music, XFM and on telly through MTV2 and QTV. He has recorded live session’s for Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music), Janice Long (Radio 2) and Music:Response (XFM).
Mr Fogg has had his debut album produced by Iceland with acclaimed producer Valgeir Sigurðsson (Bjork/ Mum/ Maps).
VICTORIA & JACOB
"A drunk Joanna Newsom lisping nursery rhymes over the sound of an evil merry-go-round" - NME
“Victoria & Jacob's music has a real beating heart that pulsates around Victoria’s poetic musings to great effect.” - THE LINE OF BEST FIT
Victoria & Jacob are a lo-fi electro pop duo from London, UK. Their conception began whilst studying electronic music at University. Since then they've experimented with voice manipulation, delays, pitch shifts and glitches, eventually finding their sound by fusing organic self recorded samples with synthetic sounds, weaving the various elements into hypnotic repetitive melodies.
They have shared the stage with The Mystery Jets, Jeremy Warmsley, Gaggle, Stornoway and Broadcast 2000 amongst many others.
“Perfect harmonies, songs that will melt your heart, they’re simply brilliant” - THE FLY
They are a must see band for fans of Fleet Foxes, The Shins, Kings of Convenience and Iron and Wine. Aspen Sails folk guitar sounds and narrative lyrics are intimate and overwhelming - an insight into two young men’s genius via the medium of beautiful 3 minute folk.
They’ve supported Wild Beasts, The Magic Numbers, Slow Club, Stornoway and First aid kit.
markisegg – pop, fuzz and folk, but only the good eggs
Plundercats – a blend of toe-tapping, dream-weaving delights: Americana; folk; 60’s soul; down-tempo electronica, the rock and (not forgetting) the roll from across the eras.
Maybe see you there?