I’m Not From London presents…

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Thursday 1st June at The Southbank Bar – Nottingham City

We have a splendiferous garage rock, punk and folk pop lineup for this week’s ‘NIGHTFISH’ – Our free weekly band showcase for up and coming local and national bands at the New Southbank City bar on Friar lane just off the Market square – we hope to see you all there!!!

★ SUPER 73
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Super73 are 4 piece Alternative band, hailing from Leicester, UK on a tireless mission to create music that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Since their inception, Super73 have had the chance to support some amazing bands and artists such as; Everclear, Arcane Roots, Attack! Attack!, Sonic Boom Six & more.



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9.15 pm

Joe Innes & The Cavalcade are a post-Brexit indie-folk band from London led by singer/songwriter Joe Innes, whose masterfully offbeat and often irreverent songwriting has gained praise from national radio as well as online, being described as things like “a master of words” by This is Fake DIY and “just brilliant” by Tom Robinson on BBC6.

Their early releases were financed by Joe selling his comic book collection, and subsequent EP “Brian, I’m a Genius Too” was lauded by The Line of Best Fit amongst others for its masterful and confident melody. Then, following a European tour and numerous festivals spots, Joe and the band began work on their upcoming debut album – after a hugely successful crowd funding campaign raised a lot more money than selling comics did.

The new album ‘Foreign Domestic Policy’ is released in May 2017, and is a stunningly poignant and relevant piece of work in these uncertain times. It is a document of Joe’s life as it currently is, on both a macro and micro scale – all framed by the political events of the past year – “it’s how I feel about where I am as a person, as a husband, and as a citizen of the UK in 2017”.


“Just brilliant”
Tom Robinson (BBC6 Music)

“Show stopping”
Steve Lamacq (BBC6 Music)

Facebook: www.facebook.com/joeinnesmusic
Twitter: www.twitter.com/joeinnes
Website: www.joeinnes.com
Instagram: joeinnesmusic

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Dirt Royal are a three piece Rock and Roll band from Brighton. Performing together since 2013, finding them selves in 2014 releasing their debut Album ‘This is Now’ with Time For Action Records. Embarking on several Tours around the U.K and Germany, receiving great results.

The latest single ‘Dr Weekend (Mr Week)’ tells a story of a depressed man bored with his 9-5 job in the week. So bored to the point that come weekend repressed anger causes him to transform in to an abomination of a party animal embarking on a rampage threw various bars, clubs, street corners and gutters to find him self back at Monday morning where he started and relive the process all over again. Dirt Royal feel the new release is a successful progression from their Debut Album

‘Dr Weekend (Mr Week) for sale on Vinyl and Itunes

The debut album ‘This is Now’ by Dirt Royal is available on CD and Vinylhttp://www.timeforaction.de/_/Dis


“Dirt Royal, great band from Brighton” – Steve Lamacq (6 Music)

“Melodic and infectious is the flipside “It Was You”, dealing about the yin and yang of attraction and repulsion, becoming defiant and self-deceptive towards its end”- Rolling Stone (Germany)

“A really great Garage racket from Dirt Royal” -BBC Introducing

“Brilliant, can i have a CD?” -Mick Jones

“Cant stop playing it”
-Gary Crowley (bbc)



Happy Hour 4-7pm – 30% Off Food & Drink
£2.50 Navigation Ales
2-4-1 Cocktails
£2 Jager-bombs
£10 Prosecco
50% Off Food for Students

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Some tracks from the new album are here: https://soundcloud.com/joeinnesandthecavalcade/sets/foreign-domestic-policy/s-mBTWG and some older ones are already on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0Ya3haC2t3k7t7xSkTNdIR


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