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Three-man psychedelic garage rock from Oxford and London boasting a sound compiled from intensity, grit and soulfulness. “Their sound is experimental, reflected by their techniques- the drummer ditched the sticks for one song and played with the palms of his hands[...]Very impressive” Sugarground. Check out the tom-bothering clatter of “Catastrophe” and commence head nodding.
Bristol’s Lady Nade has supported the likes of Zara McFarlane and Vintage Trouble, and performed in countless locations, from underground bars to festival fields, concert venues to European cities, weaving blues into soul, jazz into folk and country into gospel with a poise that belies her age. “Whatever the ailment, Lady Nade is the cure…a satin voice” BBC Introducing. “A great voice, distinctive and original” Roni Size (yep, Roni Size). “For those of you that haven’t heard the utter beauty of Lady Nade’s completely unique voice – you’re in for a veritable treat. You’d find it hard to find another performer today with such a hauntingly effortless whisper. She will hold you in rapture from beginning to end – stunning” Cleverhead Promotions.
Light and airy pop from a new Oxford quartet whose songs sound like sherbet and sunshine in a napsack made of tunes. What we have heard sits somewhere between Juliana Hatfield and Edie Brickell, which is just dandy on our book.