Saturday 20th April 2019
Up and coming indie-rock five piece from Snaresbrook
A note through the letter-box of their drummers house after a rehearsal read:
“control your f***ing children, I live THREE STREETS away and can still hear them. teach them some manners and close the window. it is UNACCEPTABLE, sort it out.”
so they turned up their volume and kept on playing loud; thats where their name comes from.
Three Streets are four mates, from NW London, who started jamming with each other, writing songs which combines a balance between their varied music influences. After their first few local gigs they really started creating not only an individual sound, but also an image and name for themselves. They not only recorded and released their debut single "WINDOW GIRL" but also released their debut EP "LOVER" onto all major platforms the month after. Following on from this they had their first Headline at Camden Assembly as a sell out show. After making it into the final 8 out of over 5000 submissions, for the Isle of Wight Festival New Blood competition; They played the quarter finals at the Underbelly in Hoxton, Returned to Camden assembly for the semi's finals, getting voted onto the next round at both they finally played a smashing gig at o2 Academy Islington. They are starting to move around the London gig circuit, having played the Dome as a part of Hot Vox's Rogues Gallery, been approached by and playing such establishments such as The Water Rats, The Islington and The Flag, as well as the venues already mentioned. As well as branching out around the UK. They recently released their latest single ‘ young. dumb. ‘ and are set to release their new singles in the coming months of 2019. "The whole atmosphere of a Three Streets gig is whats so special not only the music but their presence in the room is remarkable" - Tom Dengley (Producer).
Gecko Club came to life at the start of 2018. The 4-piece indie rock band hailing from London, own an exotic sound and play an energetic set with deep grooves and dreamy melody lines. Gecko Club have filled out various London venues such as O2 Islington and Hoxton Square Bar and had their first sold out show to a bustling Camden Assembly in January 2019. Debut single ‘High Flyer’ received airtime on ITV 1’s This Morning in February, on top of reaching the 50k stream mark on Spotify. Sophomore single ‘Rainbow’ is a crowd favourite with its addictive hooks and huge solos. 3-track EP titled ‘Roots’ released on Valentine’s Day marks the band’s first EP. It boasts summery, laid back grooves which melt you into your seat. The boys will continue touring to different cities throughout 2019 having had great reception on their first ventures outside of the capital.
With synth-led hooks and catchy guitar lines, Stay Club are the fresh face of indie and will have you dancing from start to finish.
Raised in the wilds of central Kentucky, London-based singer-songwriter Grace Binford picked up her father’s for-ten-years-neglected guitar at age 13 and taught herself to play by ear. Having spent her childhood in classical piano lessons and in her parents’ living room listening to the likes of Joni Mitchell, The Beatles, James Taylor, and Crowded House, she began to write her own music as a means of attempting to process and connect with the world outside. Named an old soul by many, Grace writes from a place of sharp-witted yet vulnerable reflection of human experiences, relying on intuition and sensitivity to craft her lyrics and melodies. soundcloud.com/gracebinford
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