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THE BEST NEW MUSIC COMING STRAIGHT OUTTA NORWICH brought to you by


AUDIOLINE


BBC INTRODUCING IN NORFOLK SUMMER ON THE ROAD!


Latitude Nebula Sun


Latitude Bug Teeth


Aka 19-year-old Poppy Johnson. Poet. Model. Musician. Poppy came into our lives just a few months back sending a selection of remarkable tracks to us on the BBC Uploader. We were instantly in love and once we got to meet Bug Teeth we realised there was more to uncover than just the music. Studying Creative Writing with English Literature, Poppy has been writing for many a year with the music being an important vehicle to get thoughts and feelings out there. Having made a musical debut at


last Autumn’s Oxjam, Latitude will be Poppy’s biggest gig to date. Cause for great excitement. Cause for a sense of inner pride too as Poppy has had to fight lots along the way. A recent BBC Look East feature and website article tells the whole story, but we, like Poppy, want it to be the music that we will be cheering about 18 to 21 July.


Catch Bug Teeth on Facebook, Spotify and bbc.co.uk/news/england/norfolk


One of the coolest acts around. Whilst the band’s jazz tinged sound gets the audience hyped, they themselves perform with an effortless calm; hallmark of master musicians at work. The band have an EP Through the


Surface out now. Four sublime tracks, mixing gentle sung lyrics with exquisite instrumental breaks. The five-piece played for us at last year’s Lord Mayor’s Celebration in Chapelfield gardens, not long aſter they had formed. Now a year on they get the chance to show just how much they’ve progressed to a national audience at Latitude.


facebook.com/nebulasunband


Its Festival season approaching and with the BBC Big Weekend already under our belt we’re looking forward to Glastonbury and Latitude. Not least because we have three acts from this area selected to play. Every year the central BBC Introducing team asks us to submit acts. It’s then cross-your- fingers time as they siſt through entries from over 30 Introducing shows from around the UK.


To get selected is real accolade. But to have three in one season is great for us, the acts themselves and for the whole Norfolk music scene as it shines a spotlight on us all.


Glastonbury Gus Harvey


We have one very excited performer heading to Glastonbury in the shape of Gus Harvey! “It’s such an honour! I just cried and had to call my mum.” Gus has never been to Glastonbury as a gig-goer and intends to make the most of the whole experience, catching as many acts as she can as well as playing there too.


This is all well and good but it’s


quite possible the fact that she’s an independent artist and been living in Berlin of late, you might not have heard of Gus. You are so missing out. Truth – she has just completed a set of four amazing tracks (the latest The 7 is now out) with a series of videos to go with them by Glashier that tells the story of one (strange) night in Berlin. The rhythmic sound of the music and her gentle rap alongside them is totally entrancing and the songs have more twists and turns than anyone should rightfully get away with (she does.) It’s not complicated music but it’s definitely thoughtful and… are we gushing a bit? Just listen for yourself and you’ll know why Gus was picked for Glastonbury. Like Star Wars, you can watch the


new four set videos in any order - but for most enjoyment start with The Bliss on YouTube Gus Harvey.


soundcloud.com/gus-harvey


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Photo: George Cannell


Photo: Justina Gervyte Photo: Netti Hurley


Photo: Netti Hurley


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