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WHO’LL BE THE NEXT BIG


THING FOR 2016?


his month sees the final of Future Radio’s Next Big Ting music competition, brought


to you by Future, Open…and us! It’s the 11th year of this mighty fight of the bands from Norfolk and Suffolk, previously won by stars like Ed Sheeran and Harry Edwards.


Very excitingly, East Anglian daughter Beth Orton, creator of the seminal album Trailer Park, winner of a Brit award and collaborator with Terry Callier, Nick Cave and others will be one of the judges on the night, alongside other music luminaries from our fine city. Here are the deets on the lucky finalists, who’ll be competing to win a sweet £500 smackers courtesy of Access To Music. Tey’ve been whittled down from around 100 entries.


18 / March 2016/outlineonline.co.uk


Real Life Charm


An arts collective who make jazzy, wonky catchy tunes.


Maya Law


A youthful singer songwriter with the voice of a goddess.


Catnip & Claws


Emotional and complex laptop beats and rad projections..


Dazy Crown


Tese chaps offer playful, laidback indie vibes with a cheeky nod to Pavement.


Clyde Automaton


Norfolk producer making laidback, hip hop driven influenced tunes.


Lobster


A nine piece band who bring the soul/funk/jazz party with them everywhere they go.


Savage Island


Rock n Roll meets psychedelic grooves and strong vocals.


Support your local music scene and be blown away by their immensely high musical abilities!


Tickets for the final on 5th March in the Banking Hall at Open are on sale from Open, seetickets.com and Eventbrite. Just a fiver in advance for all this good stuff! See ya there, Norwich!


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