Moved by the passion for jazz, The Yardbird has been promoting the genre since 2007. Birmingham’s club was built on the basis of this musical style’s world representations.
Truck is one of the long-established and solid independent small festivals located in Oxfordshire. Cutting-edge, family friendly, surrounded by music and an outdoor feeling of community, every year the two-day event takes an electric list of musicians to the South East England’s county.
Ben Romans Hopcraft, Leo Dobsen, Daniel Salamons and Jonny Williams comprise the Childhood gang. These Londoners have recently released their debut album titled “Lacuna”. According to The Guardian they might be on to something: and it’s just “what the world is waiting for”.
Situated in Shoreditch, London, Hoxton Square is a live music venue, bar and restaurant, attracting a huge amount of different people every week. It is mostly known for being a gig and party bar scene like not many others around.
Continuous evolution, the evocation of paradox feelings and intense orchestration are the engines guiding the West London band Famy on the way to triumph.
The team responsible for Moseley Folk Festival and mostly jazz, funk and soul, has created the Lunar Festival. Held at the Umberslade Estate in Tanworth, Arden, it returned from 6 to 8th of June, with many concerts and other familiar-friendly activities in pursue of entertaining all the festival-goers.
Manchester-based Nancy Elizabeth Cunliffe is a folk musician with a real, deep understanding of how to put emotions in words and music notes. She has been releasing her work through The Leaf Label and plays with all kinds of instruments since she can remember.
The top independent venue The Flapper is set in the Birmingham city and constantly stimulates local bands to display all the power stored in their repertoires live in their ground floor gig room.
They started building a reputation through their impressive live concerts, arresting harmonies and skilled tricks in guitar playing. Now the Smoke Fairies return with an updated sound. Their new eponymous album leaves us in such an immersive state of mind it might as well be the best they’ve done yet.