The captivating sound of Americana music
has drifted far and wide from its Appalachian roots. And across the
Atlantic, rural Norfolk-based country band Feral Mouth find common
ground with many of its qualities; heart felt honesty, passion and
communicability to the common man are foundations for their music. In a
world where Pixies once presented a dark cynical alternative to the
trends of the time, Feral Mouth take their place reclaiming that voice
just when the rest of Folk music seems bound for the mainstream.
Originally from Somerset, Adam has forged his career in Australia having
lived on the Sunshine Coast for the last 7 years becoming a firm
favourite on the festival scene for his ability to turn his hand to so
many instruments. Not your average solo artist, Adam often plays a
multitude of instruments at once creating a full sound both unique and
enjoyable for most venues. Gaining plaudits in both the UK and Australia
and guest appearing live with other bands he astounds music audiences
and peers with with his blend of guitar, lap steel, stomp-box, didgeridoo and harmonica combined with heart rending vocals.
Conjuring up the mood of 1930’s Paris, fused with the energy of a gypsy campfire jam session, The Schmoozenbergs are a group of musicians with a passion for gypsy swing music.
Irresistible rhythms, lyrical melodies and their own little bit of ‘special sauce’ give us the ingredients for a heart warming, hip swinging sound.
Drawing influence from past and present folk, blues and country
musicians from both sides of the Atlantic, as well as artists from other
genres Leo’s music has been described as soulful mix of no nonsense honest song
writing, warm husky vocals, intricate finger style and shimmering lap
steel guitar work.
Soulful, heartfelt blues performed with a rich, raw and energetic sound. ‘Thats some mighty guitar twiddling and vocal finery’ Their unique sound begins with vocalist/drummer Victoria Bourne whose soulful,passionate voice and relentless drumming grooves drive the performances and provide the platform for some blistering blues guitar work from Chris Harper. Joined by Liam Ward on Harmonica, Matthew Richards, Bass and Yann Deplechin on Piano. Victoria and Chris have performed together on the BBC in national and local radio, internationally, at London venues including the Union Chapel, the Jazz Cafe, Riverside Studios, and at major UK festivals.
'For those of you that haven't heard the utter beauty of Lady Nade's
completely unique voice you're in for a veritable treat. You'd find
it hard to find another performer today with such a hauntingly
effortless whisper. She will hold you in rapture from beginning to end