Discovery 2 - April 2014
Showcase of hotly tipped bands. The Harlots play melodic, energetic, catchy Rock n Roll, Affairs are a flamboyant electro indie band from Hull, Vinyl Staircase blend indie & psychedelic music with a touch of rhythm & blues and Malory Torr uses a combination of ukulele, guitar and banjo to create her indie/pop originals plus resident dj Delphi
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Venue: AAA (under Archangel) www.aaa.uk.net
Address: 11 – 13 Kensington High Street, London W8 5NP
Tel: 020 7938 4137
Tube: Kensington High Street Tube
Time: 8pm - 11:30pm
Melodic, energetic, catchy Rock n’ Roll 4 piece. In less than 18 months they have performed at London's Koko twice, toured Europe, and smashed the London toilet circuit to bits.In 2013 they recorded with producer Rory Attwell (Palma Violets/Vaccines) and start new recordings in June 2014 with bigtime producer Barny Barnicott (Arctic Monkeys/Kasabian). They will release the new 4 track EP in summer 2014 on Ltd edition 10 inch vinyl and CD. Pre-orders are available now.
“Top 5 best gigs at the club in the last 10 years” - Death Disco
“Huge energy, fantastic tunes, along the lines of The Strokes in their early days” - UML
Flamboyant angular electro indie from Hull. Boasting some of the tightest jeans, slickest hair and loosest hips in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Affairs are a well-dressed quintet who have garnered a reputation for their ethereal and theatrical live performances. The band first met on a coach outing to Whipsnade Zoo where a bond was quickly formed through a shared love of exotic animals, denim and The Pointer Sisters. Their music contains elements that are both uniquely modern and nostalgic as laptop-made samples and loops combine with vintage Rickenbackers and dramatic vocal stylings to create a sound that some would describe as ‘audible chocolate’. Comparisons have been drawn to artists as diverse as Foals, David Bowie, The Smiths and Frank Sinatra. During there time they have supported acts such as Alt-J,Circa Waves, JAWS,Dog is Dead and Coasts, as well as playing along side The 1975 and The Family Rain.
Vinyl Staircase are a young band from Surrey whose originals are written using many influences including Indie music, Psychedelic music, Rhythm and Blues and Shoegaze. They played a selection of summer festival dates last year, have had several plays on BBC introducing and performed on a live session for Kane.fm. They have just released their debut single ‘Solitude’ from their new 4 Track Self Titled EP, due to be released in April.
'Tasty lo-fi dirtiness’ - Melita Dennet, BBC Introducing DJ
‘I loved it when I stumbled unexpectedly across Vinyl Staircase’ - Popped Music www.vinylstaircase.co.uk
Often described as ‘quirky and unusual’. Malory has a rare sound using a combination of ukulele, guitar and banjo to create her indie/pop originals. She's a prolific songwriter , in the summer of 2013 Malory was featured as ‘Uncharted Territory’ artist of the week by Richard Madeley on Terry Wogan’s show on BBCRadio2. Her track ‘Heart of Gold’ was played on Dermot O’Leary’s show on BBCRadio2 in August. She was recently awarded runner up with her song ‘Utopian World’ in the national Song Academy Young Songwriter Competition 2013.
Drawing upon her mixed background, having lived in both South Africa and Mexico, Malory creates music with the lyrics at the heart of every song. Her inspiration ranges from the song writing of legends, Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell to the alternative styles of tUnE-yArDs, Dr Dog and St Vincent.
‘Her songs are simple but impressive with an inherent drama that calls to mind Regina Spektor…’ John Kennedy XFM - Dazed and Confused Magazine
‘Fantastic! Sings like an angel.’ Jo Good BBC London 94.9.
‘Great new talent’ Richard Madely on the Terry Wogan Show BBCRadio2