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Acid Box & Fuzz Club Present: Radar Men From The Moon & Tales Of

Acid Box Promotions & Fuzz Club Records come together for another showcase of incredible bands.   Each time we feature a selection of experimental, psychedelic rock & roll bands.  We aim to showcase touring bands from across the globe who've released on Fuzz Club, plus local supports who we think are right on the pulse and set for great things in the near future. Radar Men from the Moon Eindhoven based RMFTM are an instrumental rock band consisting of Glenn Peeters, Jan-Titus Verkuijlen, Tony Lathouwers and Bram van Zuijlen. Their approach on the psychedelic rock scene is rather broad. By taking different genres in to account such as; shoegaze, neo-psych, kraut, space and noise rock, they take off in an interstellar exploration of new sounds. Their debut album ‘Echo Forever’ (released on ‘Fuzz Club Records’) has sold out after two EU headline tours in 2013 and various one-off shows at the likes of: Roadburn Festival 2013, Duna Jam 2013, the reverb conspiracy festival 2012, Freak Valley festival 2013, Desertfest Berlin and Eindhoven psych lab. The 2014 released record, ´Strange wave galore´, delivers a new sonic experience on the senses. We caught these guys at Fuzz Club Festival last yeah and was blown away by their performace, you need to see this bad live to experince the full effect of their sound. Tales of Murder and Dust Formed in 2007, Aarhus-based Tales of Murder and Dust plays a dark, experimental mixture of psychedelic rock and Shoe-gaze wrapped in a cinematic sound merging noisy guitars, violin, organ and sitar. More bands and details TBA  

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, United Kingdom

Acid Box & Fuzz Club P...

The Hope and Ruin
Brighton

Sunday

26 Jun

ST. PAUL AND THE BROKEN BONES

Grit, elemental rhythm, tight-as-a-drumhead playing, and a profound depth of feeling: these are the promises of a great soul band. And St. Paul & The Broken Bones deliver on those promises.

Concorde 2, Brighton, United Kingdom

St. Paul And The Broke...

Concorde 2
Brighton

Sunday

26 Jun

The Apples

The Apples www.facebook.com/theapplesmusic The Apples is an Israeli funk, jazz and groove nine piece including a drummer, upright bassist, 4 brass, 2 DJs and a sound console operator. The Apples started out in 2002, with the idea was to create a funky base combined with samples, scratching, and a dominant brass division. Their first impressions were actually spontaneous improvisations, which formed the basis of The Apples first album, Mitz (Hebrew for juice), published on 2003, which was recorded in one recording session. Their second album, Attention!, was released in October 2005. The album launch was accompanied by a tour culminating in New Years Eve at the Comfort club in Tel Aviv in front of an audience of 700. The UK edition of Attention! followed in 2006. In January 2007, The Apples toured for three weeks in Britain including a residency at the London Jazz Cafe. This was followed in 2008 by the bands third album Buzzin About, through Londons own Freestyle Records and again in 2010 by fourth album, Kings, on which the band collaborated with Fred Wesley, the Trombonist musical director of James Brown, and Shlomo Bar, lead singer Natural Selection. Fifth album Fly On It followed in 2012. Now the band are gearing up for the 2016 release of their sixth LP and will be hitting The Fleece Bristol in support of this. Fleece website: www.thefleece.co.uk TICKETS: 15adv | All Ages* www.seetickets.com/see/price.asp?code=963245 Also available from: www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/?/160626FLEAPPL1 *Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

The Fleece, Bristol, United Kingdom

The Apples

The Fleece
Bristol

Sunday

26 Jun

Jeremih

** PLEASE NOTE JEREMIH HAS MOVED HIS SHOW BACK FROM THE ORIGINAL DATE OF THURSDAY 21 JANUARY TO SUNDAY 26 JUNE 2016 ** Your tickets for the original date (21 January) are still valid for the new show, alternatively please go back to your point of purchase for a refund. Please note, this show is 16+. Chicago born R&B singer / songwriter and producer Jeremih Felton aka Jeremih heads to London as part of his 1st headline tour of the UK for his Late Nights tour. With 2 full albums and a 3rd on the way fans can expect to be treated to performances from his extensive back catalogue, his numerous collaborations as well as new music from his forthcoming album. Tickets for this event are available from the venue box office, and can be purchased at face value if payment is made in cash. Please note promoters may increase ticket price if purchased on the night. Please note, you may be required to have your ID scanned at the front door.

Koko, London, United Kingdom

Jeremih

Koko
London

Sunday

26 Jun

ROBERTA S

AGMP presents ROBERTA S in concert with full band! Brazilian chanteuse Roberta S hails from Rio de Janeiro. Her debut album Braseiro featured Ney Matogrosso and MPB4. 2007s follow up album Que Belo Estranho Dia Pra Se Ter Alegria won two Latin Grammys for Best album and Best New Artist. In 2010, she joined the Trio Madeira Brazil (Marcello Gonalves, Z Paulo Becker and Ronaldos Mandolin) and recorded When the corner is Reza, homage to the Bahian composer Roque Ferreira. In late 2011, Roberta S surpassed the mark of 200,000 records sold. Roberta won the award for Best MPB singer in Brazilian Music Award for her album Second Skin 2015s Delirium album by Roberta S launches features Chico Buarque, Martinho da Vila & Antonio Zambujo. Book early to see the debut London concert with Roberta S at the award winning Under the Bridge venue in West London.

Under The Bridge, London, United Kingdom

Roberta S

Under The Bridge
London

Sunday

26 Jun

One Night Of Queen

One Night of Queen is a spectacular live concert, recreating the look, sound, pomp and showmanship of arguably the greatest rock band of all time. This show will ROCK you! Running Time: 1 hour 50 minutes (approx)

Bristol Hippodrome Theatre, Bristol, United Kingdom

One Night Of Q

Bristol Hippodrome Theatre
Bristol

Sunday

26 Jun

Sunday Evening With The FB Pocket Orchestra

Sunday Evening with The FB Pocket Orchestra in Chaplins Bar Takes its listeners back to the hot jazz, blues, ragtime & popular dances of the 1920/30s & earlier. http://www.fbpocketorchestra.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/pocketorchestra

Chaplin's Cellar Bar, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Sunday Evening With The...

Chaplin's Cellar Bar
Bournemouth

Sunday

26 Jun

Velvet Sundays: The Ben Harker Duo

Velvet Sunday Join us for live jazz, board games and a hearty roast dinner at Velvet Sundays. Kick back and relax with a gin and tonic in our boutique lounge, and forget about the busy week ahead. This Sunday we will be joined by jazz pianist Ben Harker. Music until 3.30pm. Free entry. Advance booking essential for dining.

The Square Club, Bristol, United Kingdom

Velvet Sundays: The Ben...

The Square Club
Bristol

Sunday

26 Jun

Beethoven Evening With Tasmin Little & Bristol Choirs

Venue: Colston Hall Time: 19:30 Date: Sun 26 Jun 2016 Price: 10.75 to 21.50 incl. booking fee Tasmin Little, Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra and local choirs In aid of the Save the Childrens Syria Crisis Appeal Beethoven Violin Concerto Beethoven Symphony No. 9 Choral Symphony Performers Robert Weaver, conductor Tasmin Little, violin Susana Gaspar, soprano Tanya Hurst, mezzo-soprano Alexander James Edwards, tenor Dingle Yandell, baritone Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra City of Bristol Choir Bristol Choral Society David Ogden, chorus director Internationally renowned violinist Tasmin Little brings her breath-taking virtuosity to Beethovens violin concerto, opening this spectacular evening of music making in aid of Save the Childrens Syria Crisis Appeal. The second half sees over 200 performers on stage as the Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra join forces with two of Bristols flagship choirs, the City of Bristol Choir and Bristol Choral Society, and stellar cast of world class soloists to perform Beethovens Symphony No.9 (Choral Symphony), whose epic symphonic journey culminates in the visionary finale featuring the famous choral setting of Friedrich Schillers Ode to Joy. This concert is supported by the Bristol Music Trust and profits will go to Save the Childrens Syria Crisis Appeal.

Colston Hall, Bristol, United Kingdom

Beethoven Evening With ...

Colston Hall
Bristol

Sunday

26 Jun

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