York Calling and I’m Not From London Present…
Sub-cultural Exchange – York vs Nottingham
On Friday 28 September at the Fulford Arms, worlds collide as two of York’s finest rock bands share a stage with two of Nottingham’s finest acts, brought to you by York Calling and Nottingham’s I’m Not From London.
Tickets are £4 advance (available via yorkcalling.co.uk/tickets) and £5 on the door. Doors open at 7pm.
“The Receivers are one-part ‘60s troubadour, one-part ’90s shoegaze and one-part ‘00s indie rock to the extent that their appeal is clear. They’re true crowd-pleasers with a sound that could fill stadiums. It’s worth catching them before they’re big.” – Graeme Smith, York Calling
“This Nottingham collective have been wowing local gig goers for the past couple of years. Reference points include The Coral and Doves while the yin/yang opposites attraction dual vocals Will Jeffery and Rob Davidson create is worth the admission fee alone.”
– Dom Gourlay, Drowned in Sound
“94 Gunships are the soundtrack to a Quentin Tarantino film about Tom Wait’s life, set in the East Midlands!” – I’m Not From London
“Raucous, rapturous and rowdy” – BBC Introducing
Stacey McMullen is a self-taught classical guitarist form Nottingham England. Before music Stacey spent the earlier years of his life dedicated to political activism and remains a trade unionist. Considering music his hobby he only took to public performance in 2015, yet he impressed audiences immediately.
Stacey has loosely been described as folk given that his musical compositions reflect the traditional music of several countries, though updated with modern lyrics and delivery. It was by releasing a charity song for refugees called ‘Lines in the sand’ that Stacey started to make waves in the Nottingham music scene.
“Not only could you not take your ears away from his music, but you couldn’t take your eyes off of him” – LeftLion