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THURSDAY


Te Mash Tun Excellent Norwich-based sound merchants Peach Cluband Bald Wife support Manchester’s number one new band Cabbageand one of THE must see acts of the weekend, Bad Breeding.


FRIDAY


Norwich Arts Centre If you’re into your psych rock, and who isn’t, don’t missMan of Moon, BK & Dad, Flamingodsand the wondrous Purson,plus in the bar, the Sonic Youths Stage will be headlined by riot grrrls Peach Club.


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October


October sees the seventh go around for Norwich Sound & Vision, a three night long opportunity to see some amazing, acclaimed new and established bands from not only Norfolk but the entire world, and also to discover some secrets from the music industry. Taking place all over the city from Te Octagon Chapel to the Millennium Library, it’s merely a question of putting your schedule together so you can catch as much as possible. I’ve been known to run between venues. Yes I have.


With even more on this year, and an incredibly varied line up, we’re here to help you work out who you


should definitely see.


We recommend..


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Space Studios Local promoter Te Tilting Sky presents the hugely talented Maya Lawand Cabrakid’s Allergy Kid’sEP launch.


Te Murderers Te Oddbox Stage has managed to secure a rare live set from much loved local band Ropestore,with the cream of local acts supporting.


Octagon Chapel On the Dreams Music Stage catch folk trio Alden, Patterson and Dashwood and superb local singer/songwriter turned big-time, Jess Morgan.


Octagon Chapel For a unique and moving experience, head to the Octagon to see Cinema City’ s Sounds of Silents in the beautiful Octagon Chapel – vintage film taken in and around Norwich on a big screen, soundtracked live by Wooden Arms, Broadsand Sink Ya Teeth.Made me cry in a good way last year.


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