Waterside Bar, 3-5 Beach Terrace Road, Hunstanton (From 8.30!)
We thought this was a private party but it turns that anyone can come! It is a party and will have that vibe and will be a full on Rebel show too!! On the beach in Sunny Hunny for Lauren who’s party it is. Dunno what time we’re on but it’s a cool place and would be cool to hang out.
Bring your dancing shoes!
As some of you may know, Ruby from the fabulous Tin Roots features on our most recent release ‘The Berlin Session’. Tin Roots are a great band that we really love so we thought we’d spread the wealth and let you in on all things Ruby!
Here’s the bands bio:
Sussex’s six piece Tin Roots play a distinctly modern reggae and ska that defies simple categorisation, but will most definitely appeal to the old school fans of the genres- as well as progressively oriented dub reggae fans. Tin Roots are a female fronted group that formed in Worthing in 2009, when college brought together old friends and new. Over the course of their 2 EPs, Tin Roots have crafted a unique sound that takes in soul, reggae, contemporary blues, dub and downbeat against hip-hop beats. Above this, vocalist Ruby Taylor glides soulfully over her band’s extensive genre mashing, her voice capable of immense power and delicate precision. Their uplifting hooks provide the ideal session for the body-movement inspiring rhythm that underpins their sound.
In the past they have played at top UK festivals such as Secret Garden Party, Green Man, Beachbreak Live Sunrise Festival, Nozstock, Shambala, One Love Festival and Ireland’s largest festival Electric Picnic. Support slots include Ninja Tune’s The Herbaliser, and in 2010 supported Finley Quaye, Chaka Demus and Pliers at Brighton’s top venue Concorde 2.
If you can, make sure you check them out.
Wow, its Dec already! 2010 has been intense to say the least: We saw one of the biggest and most devastating earthquakes ever recorded, Volcanic ash literally brought the world to a standstill, an explosion on an oil rig left a catastrophic slick that threatened a lot more than just BP’s profits and Great Britain, still crippled by debt, announced the first coalition government since 1945.
It was also our return to Kings Lynn, which obviously in comparison is not news at all but to us and our hometown fans it was incredible. We’ve only played a handful of gigs this year and all of them have been unforgettable so its sad and at the same time exciting to announce our final gig of 2010!
Come check us out on stage with Inner City Crazy Train and Tommy Pirate @ The Last Gang In Town’s Xmas Party. (18th Dec 2010, Man in the Moon, Cambridge) The show starts at 7.30 and tickets are going fast! We’ll be pulling out all the stops to make this an Xmas bash to remember!
Click here to reserve/buy tickets