Live music from Jazz New Blood
Live music by Rosie Frater-Taylor (guitar and vocals) and Roella Oloro (piano) from Jazz New Blood.
Our Man in the Field just released his latest EP ‘And Now Over To Our Man In The Field’ so he joined us in the studio to talk about and performed his brand new track ‘I like you so I will kill you last’. Listen to the full interview below:
Listen to more from Our Man in the Field.
Thursday 18 September
The London four-piece will be supported by Josh Chandler Morris and Russell Joslin and the gig kicks off at 7:30pm at Paper Dress Vintage.
Have a listen to the live version of Red Rag to a Rainbow:
Find tickets (£4) for the launch here.
Wednesday 10 September
4 acts, for just £4 on the door. Music starts at 8pm.
This month they have:
We Used to Make Things – 10pm
We Used to Make Things are a London-based indie-pop-folk band. They come to you with big harmonies and a healthy respect for a melodic hook. Laced with warm, witty lyrics about dissatisfaction, personal politics and the kind of characters Mike Leigh and Pinter would be proud of. Their journey is in turn funny and poignant.
Ali George – 9.20pm
Ali’s beautifully controlled voice is deep and subtle with a gentle hypnotic quality to the delivery. In performance, the songs create an intimate, enthralling atmosphere underpinned by a superb guitar style that ranges from intricate finger picking to joyous syncopated riffs. He is a true virtuoso.
‘Ali is one of Bath’s finest troubadours’ Schtuum 2012.
Office of Aurora – 8.40pm
Office of Aurora play hymnlike songs built around vocal harmony and intertwining instrumental parts. The London quartet make music about love and loss and life and death and the things between,
Sue Harding – 8pm
Sue Harding has a distinctive voice, and writes the kind of songs that draw you in and stay with you. She explores the “Americana” genre with genuine ingenuity. Sue’s writing is uplifting and very soulful.
Sue is joined on stage by guitarist Ali George. Together they provide a thoroughly engaging experience of interlaced guitar lines, beautiful melodies and dynamic musical interaction. Sue’s mix of thought provoking lyrics, joyous upbeat songs and heartbreaking ballads keep you guessing and wanting more.
For more information go to Paper Dress Vintage’s Music Box website