Friday 5th July 2019

Eureka is our freshest new Live band night downstairs at Nottingham’s freshest music venue, Albert’s Nottingham! – Expect a smattering of Indie rock, pop punk, blues and folk to keep you out longer than you really should have.

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10.30 pm

Formed in May 2018, London’s Desert Rockers The Howlers have gone on to receive critical acclaim from BBC Introducing, Clash Magazine and others for their ferocious live performances and determination to uproot the current foundations of popular music. Within their first 6 months, the band received significant attention from 13 Artists, Rough Trade Records, Modern Sky UK & Xray Touring before signing with Sheffield based These Bloody Thieves, alongside False Heads, MOSES, Feral Family & The C33’s

The East London trio have undertaken 3 UK wide tours since their formation, including multiple Independent Venue Week performances, SOLD OUT UK wide support tours as well as performing across multiple UK & Netherlands Festivals, ultimately leading the band to approach 40 Live dates within their first year, and gaining the seal of approval from garage rock rivals The Blinders.

The bands first DIY release ‘Circus of Horror’s became a definitive first statement from the band, now near impossible to get hold of it propelled the band into the underground scene gaining noteworthy reviews from BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, Gigslutz and many more, the band’s Debut Single ‘La Dolce Vita’ is already predicted to amplify the london trio’s rapid rise.

‘Ambition, brutal honesty and ferocity the word’s out, The Howlers are ones to watch!’
~ GigSlutz




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9.45 pm

The Flavells formed just over a year ago in the Clifton Council estate in Nottingham. Having started initially as an acoustic outfit they have grown in both their sound and their following, and their increasing reputation landed them their recent support slot for Jake Bugg on his latest tour. Following this appearance, they impressed enough to be offered the chance to record with Jake in the studio in the next few months.

Their sound has been compared to The Clash, Nirvana, and Oasis, and they have cited influences that range from the 60s and indie sounds of The Beatles, Kula Shaker, The Libertines, Arctic Monkeys, Oasis, and the Verve to the emotional depth of country artists such as Kris Kristofferson and Waylon Jennings. These influences lead to a diversity of their sound that is a breath of fresh air.

After their successful single and E.P. launches this year, along with radio play and numerous support slots for bands such as The Fronteers, and The Swiines, they are looking forward to building on that success and hope to soon be sharing their music with the wider audience that it deserves.

“Full of Sass and Swagger” – Dean Jackson BBC

“Sounding like a Melodic riot in the best way possible” – BBC Music Introducing in The East Midlands

“Unique music that sounds like it comes from a bunch of rock stars with decades of TV smashing under their belts.” – notts factor

“Like a cross between Ocean Colour Scene and The Clash – A real Riot!” – Marbles Radio

FACEBOOK: https://m.facebook.com/theflavells/?locale2=en_GB
LISTEN: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2HlKBVRrCYnBIIhMo4cbKx
TWITTER: @theflavells
INSTAGRAM: @The_Flavells

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9.00 pm

The Small Town Boys are a gang of highly observant miscreants out to make you have a good time. Echoes of Carter USM and The Levellers but with a style truly of their own.



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Amy Davis is a critically acclaimed international DJ, radio/TV broadcaster and theatrical performer. Amy spends her time invading festivals and after-parties all over the world. Always up for an adventure: she’s eclectic, passionate and a bit of a giggle.

Sam has stage dived, rocked out and propelled herself off various stages around the globe having DJ’d her unique blend of eclectic indie, world beats, mash up electro & bass heavy remixes to thousands across five continents. Cameoing in several Oasis videos, Amy’s wigs can be seen everywhere from Ibiza Rocks to Glastonbury’s East Dance Stage, inside the igloo disco of Snowbombing in Austria to the palm fringed shores of Lake of Stars Festival in Malawi Southern Africa; Australia’s Gold Coast to cowboy country, playing SXSW in Texas. Soviet bunker clubs in Kazkahstan to yachts in Monaco, The MTV European Music Video Awards and Shanghai Fashion Week. Including historically performing at the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games in London 2012 to 85,000 people and millions watching across the globe on television.

As well as exclusive private parties for the likes of Giorgio Armani, Madonna, Jade Jagger & Richard Branson plus warm up slots to Soulwax, The Chemical Brothers, Groove Armada & DJ Mehdi. The last couple of summers have seen her perform to rammed stages at endless festivals including Creamfields, V, Leeds, Secret Garden Party, Bestival, Wakestock, Isle of Wight, Glass Butter Beach, Latitude, Beach Break Live, O2 indigo, London Eye plus live dates in Albania, China, Africa, Monaco, Poland, Czech Republic, Egypt, Slovenia, Malaysia & Switzerland to name a few.

Back in Nottingham, her established bi monthly Adored Clubnight is a fine example (in the word’s of MTV2/Channel 4’s Toby L) of Amy’s provocative sense of “style, finesse and foresight” having showcased the likes of The Noisettes, Mystery Jets, Crystal Fighters & Mr Hudson to name a few. Breaking new acts and carving out her name as a taste-maker and gaining industry wide respect.

In the studio Amy works with Eyre Llew and Sancho Panza to remix the likes of Jimi Mack, and Do Nothing as releasing regular mixtapes.

We can’t wait to see what 2018/19 will bring… one thing we know, with Amy “Wigmaster” Davis – it will be exciting!

P.S – Don’t touch her hair.



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