Based in London, the musician behind the name of Clarence Clarity has a new approach on funky music. He reminds his listeners of 1970s and 80s crazy era. Back then the sounds were smooth and groovy and that’s what Clarence Clarity seems to be ressuscitating in a very refreshing way.
For The Wombats everything changed from the minute they have released the inaugural album “Guide to Love, Loss and Desperation”. Brought to platinum, the Liverpudlian trio’s introduction work was seen as an impressive piece full of humour, talented vocal and instrumental harmony.
Camden Crawl is an annual North London-located festival that displays the best of music in a series of venues and gardens just before the Glastonbury. The gigs are usually spread across about 25 stages. There are also over 25 artists and DJs, all of them very diverse, transforming this into one of the Camden’s happenings of the year.
Camden is always one of the greatest epicentres of upcoming musical breeds. The affluence of new talents is a constant in this city and one of the promoters of this diversity range is Barfly. The venue has a tradition for showcasing a few of the best alternative bands.
The Brudenell Social Club assumes the role of fuel keeping the music flame alive in the business. Actually Brudenell’s motto is to have all its doors wide open for improvisation, gigs, networking and social interaction. Countless art displays take place at the Leeds’ venue as well as one of the most captivating features they hold: the secret concerts.
Folk, rock and country are back together. The good news is brought by a messenger called Robert Vincent. He is a singer-songwriter from Liverpool determined to make the music he really enjoys. Until today he has succeeded at being honest with his audience and lives by the words “Sing what you mean – and sing it like you mean it”.
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.