I’m Not From London presents…
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Sun 28th May at Baresca Nottingham

Following the success of last year’s Baresca Bank Holiday Boogaloo’s we’re keeping it going with free nights of jazz, soul and electrofunk to keep your soul revitalised with good people playing good ass music!

This will be a free entry venue as part of the Dot to Dot Festival!!!

★ UNKNOWN ERA
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12.00

A high voltage mix of catchy reggae, flowing hip hop mc-ing, screaming blues guitar solos, funky horn riffs, smooth soulful vocals with elements of Ska, Rock and Gypsy. Welcome to Unknown Era!

Kane Ashmore has been ripping up his mix of Balkan hip hop, Reggae, breaks and beats on the Nottingham scene for several years, earning himself a strong reputation around the Midlands as both an acoustic performer and MC. In late 2014 he decided to form a full live band under the name Unknown Era.

Since their debut performance in January 2015 the band has gone on to rave reviews and built a impressive local fan base after gigs with Origin One, Gypsy Hill, Hallouminati, Bendigo, The Afterdark Movement and Chris Murray.

They have already won over fans in Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and Sheffield and played several local festivals, going down a storm at every event they grace, including supporting the legendary Neville Staple Band earlier in 2016.

In November 2015 the band released their self-titled debut EP at a sold-out official launch party at Rough Trade Nottingham.

The band’s high-energy live shows mixed with their catchy song writing and fusion of genres is a winning formula, and 2016 promises to be a busy and interesting year for Unknown Era!

‘Hip hop, Reggae, Gypsy soundcombo that has the audience dancing and jumping instantaneously.’ – LeftLion

‘They don’t just bring the Party, they are the Party!’ – The Maze

‘More of a movement than a band.’ – I’m Not From London

https://www.facebook.com/UnknownEraBand
https://soundcloud.com/theunknownera
http://www.unknownera.com/

★ MRS GREEN
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10.00

Mabel Green is a forgotten singer-songwriter from the golden era of soul and Motown, now residing in a council flat in Basford, Nottingham. An agony aunt for her local community, Mrs Green self-medicates her arthritis with home-grown marijuana, and eases the troubles of her many friends with the songs of her riotous past.

http://www.sheepsoup.co.uk/mrs-green/

★ BONE CULT
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9.00

Bone Cult are a ‘Death-Electronica’ duo bringing a heavier sound to their energetic live set. Using a combination of distinctive masks and an incredible light show, their set is a unique experience. After their recent free-to-download EP release, Bone Cult have begun playing across the UK to enthralled audiences.

https://www.facebook.com/bonecultband/

http://bonecult.co.uk/

★ TWIN KIDD
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8.00

Having formed late-2015, TWIN KIDD debuted on the Nottingham music scene as main support for White at The Bodega on February 27th 2016, and have already played for BBC Introducing East Midlands and received airplay on BBC 6 Music. They produce a polished alt-pop sound whilst being an entirely DIY operation, self-recording and producing their material. Under the creative direction of singer Stef Williamson, whose song-writing has found an outlet with TWIN KIDD, the line-up is completed by Rich Lyon on guitar and keys, and Sam Davies on drums. They take influences from an eclectic range of music, inspiration from bands such as Haim, CHVRCHES, Alt-J and Gorillaz are notable.

https://www.facebook.com/TWINKIDDBAND/

https://soundcloud.com/twin_kidd

★ BOWMAN & HULL
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7.00

Bowman and Hull have been musical comrades for many a long year. Playing a rhythm and bluesical, musical stew for you, and those who like to boogaloo. Come and hear em play!

https://www.facebook.com/BowmanandHull/

With Andy Cale spinning Jazz, funk and soul all night long from 7 pm!

THIS GIG IS FREE ★ YOU ARE A SLAVE!

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