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nicholas patrick // sannie fox // iceberg

Friday 29th March 2019
Tickets £9.00


Nicholas Patrick is a 21 year-old guitarist, vocalist and producer, playing a range of originals, from chilled-out and mellow to up-beat and groovy. His deep and meaningful sound is inspired by his love for indie/soul music, and he draws influence from artists such as Jordan Rakei, Tom Misch and John Mayer. Growing up in South Wales, Nick began writing songs at the age of 13 and was performing at gigs at the age of 15. Now based in London, he is beginning to make a name for himself, releasing his second single ‘Before The Sunrise’ in June 2018. Follow the link to check out some of his music: https://linktr.ee/ncholas_patrck

SANNIE FOX With a voracious voice and fingers to her electric guitar, Sannie Fox sways across an evolving sonic tapestry of desert blues, soul and psychedelic rock sounds. Fox has released two solo albums- Serpente Masjien (SAMA nominated) and My Soul Got Stranger as well as released a self-titled debut album through her band, machineri featuring the songs, “Big Bad Machine” and “The Searchers” and all album artwork created by Storm Thorgerson (Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin). “…Be sure to let your ears witness the mythically marvellous blues riffs and stirring vocals that fill her songs to the brim with soul… …If you dig 70’s rock or powerful, soulful voices, then this is the rock goddess for you…” - www.sferical.com (USA)

"Great music has the ability to talk to the head, the heart, move the limbs, sway the hips, stimulate the senses and stick in the memory. A great voice, however, does nothing less than talk to your very soul."- No Depression Magazine
Iceberg has an authentic, original sound, written, engineered, and produced by women. In the well-respected publication No Depression Magazine, John Apice wrote that Iceberg "is up there with early Judy Collins, and the brilliant Judith Durham (famous for the 1960’s hit “Georgy Girl,” the brilliant “I’ll Never Find Another You,” by The Seekers." The Huffington Post said they are "Stubborn and hopeful and fuelled by a vendetta against a 'normal life.'"
They've spent the past four years touring the U.S. and the last two summers touring Europe. They've played festivals to crowds of nearly a thousand in Sweden and had several songs chart in Europe and the US. The last two albums they released received positive reviews from bigger music publications

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