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NORWICH NOISE LOCAL MUSIC FOR LOCAL PEOPLE


some of the best promoters in the city, that’s who. We chatted to the likes of Sonic Youths, Tilting Sky and Sofar amongst others to find out what they’re all about and who they’ve got coming up at some very special nights in some bodacious places, mostly for free.


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/////////////////////////// THE BICYCLE SHOP & EATON


PARK CAFÉ WHO? Ian Hudson is the Events Manager at Eaton Park Cafe and Te Bicycle Shop. “We've been putting touring acts on at Te Bicycle Shop for over five years now, and Te Bicycle Shop has just taken over the running of Eaton Park Cafe with local music nights happening every Friday and Saturday night.”


FAVOURITE ACTS? “Te best two recent shows we had were a comedy night with Stuart Goldsmith where he performed his Edinburgh Fringe show followed by an hour of new material and a question and answer session, and an intimate show with Jake Morley and Sam Brookes where they performed all new songs (some of which were being


played live for the first time).”


WHAT’S NEXT? Te Bicycle Shop August 3rd Whetherman, Drew McDonnell August 10th Mr Vast (comedy) August 17th Solana and Te Globo Collective August 31st SEA + AIR Eaton Park Cafe August 5th Nobodaddy August 6th Te Delta Bell August 12th Alden, Patterson & Dashwood August 13th Morganway August 19th Inlay August 20th Birds of Hell August 26th Johnny Steinberg August 27th Milly Hirst


CONTACT? thebicycleshopcafe.com mostly


/////////////////////////// BARE FEET


RECORDS WHO? Alex Carson runs Bare Feet Records - or BFR for short! “We started doing gigs


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to promote acts that were on the label and have since grown to support lots of up-and-coming musical acts from Norwich and even further afield. Te BFR nights are great ways for new artists to play in a cool, inclusive environment and for people to hear new and fresh music. Lots of acts that have played BFR nights have gone on to do amazing performances elsewhere - like Isaac Gracie for example who played at the Plasterers Arms a few months back and has just come back from doing a stellar set at the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury!”


FAVOURITE ACTS? “It’s really hard to pin down but I've really enjoyed Hot Raisin lately – I think they're going to go on and do great things!”


orwich’s music scene is thriving. With so much talent oozing from their pores, who should these musicians go to to get their first chance to play live and to develop their performances? Why, to


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