The Flapper – Birmingham
- Price: £10
- Date: Sun, Mar 08, 2015
- Time: 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
- Venue: The Flapper
- Location: Birmingham
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Sirius is very proud to present the amazing 40 Watt Sun.
40 Watt Sun is a London-based band formed in early 2009, featuring songwriter Patrick Walker, best known for his previous band, Warning, drummer Christian Leitch and bass player and producer William Spong.
40 Watt Sun’s music is characterised by down-tempo rhythms, sparse arrangements and introspective lyrical themes, as well as Patrick Walker’s poignant vocals.
Their debut album, The Inside Room, was recorded over three days and nights at The Library Studio in London, and was produced and mixed entirely by the band. It features five new songs of original material, as well as a bonus song on the limited-edition vinyl release. It was released on Cyclone Empire on March 4th 2011 in the EU, and Metal Blade in the US.
The band have finished writing for their second release and are set to enter the studio in 2015.
Rumour Cubes are a London-based six piece who fuse violin & viola, guitars, electronics and visual media into extraordinary cinematic soundscapes. United by their shared love of pushing the boundaries of music and technology beyond the everyday, the band construct a symphonic environment wherein dense ambient textures and intricate rhythms underlie beautiful string melodies.
Their latest album ‘Appearances of Collections’ is out now.
“They make music to make and break hearts, full of cinematic sentiment that gets stuck in your soul. Think of them as the soundtrack to your daydreams.”
Sunwolf have recently gained a lot of attention after their latest album ‘Beholden To Nothing And No One’ appeared in pretty much everyones ‘Top 10 Albums of 2014’ and with good reason. If you haven’t listened to it yet, i strongly recommend it.
For this performance, Matt (one half of Sunwolf) will be performing a special solo performance of Sunwolf material, and while i’m told it’s not the first time this has happened it will be a sight to behold, i’m sure.
Tickets are available now from the following outlets.
Sunday 8th March
£10 Advance (More on the door)
Acts Finish 22:30