The Architect - 27th Sep 2015

Written by Aidy.

The Architect is in Cambridge, it's the first time I've played here but have been here for a few drinks in the past. Cool pub and does decent beer. Performed a little solo-acoustic set, the evening was arranged by Tim Willet from Cambridge 105. Also on the bill was B-Sydes and Felix from The Abstracts.

Our next gig is Axe & Cleaver, Boston 2nd October 2015.

The Architect Setlist 27/09/2015
Just said no (working title)
Nothing Ever Lasts That Long
Hey Mikie
Animal
Sugar Water
Just Get By
I’m Just Like You
the British IBM

Retro Video Game Night - 25th September 2015

Written by Aidy.

Retro Video Game Night is back once again at the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge, so if you're free this Friday then you could do a lot worse than to come along and enjoy a few beers and some old school gaming. It's bring your own booze, there's a burger van parked outside and there's even going to be a Micro Machines tournament this time!

Grab your tickets here:
http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/39169/Retro-Video-Game-Night-Friday-25th-September-2015/

Retro Video Game Night

Transmission With Paul Dupree

Written by Aidy.

Just did a little interview on Chelmsford Community Radio's 'Transmission with Paul Dupree' show. I used to live in Chelmsford many years ago, even played some gigs at The Army and Navy before it got knocked down.

You can listen below, the interview kicks off around 15:45. We talk about the origin of the band name, upcoming gigs and Paul's experience with the Commodore PET.

 

Transmission - @CCRTransmission - 02/09/15 - Chelmsford Community Radio by Chelmsford Community Radio on Mixcloud

 

Sofar Sounds - 23rd Aug 2015

Written by Aidy.

First time we've ever done one of these gigs and it's completely different to anything we've done before. If you've never heard of Sofar Sounds then you can learn more here: http://www.sofarsounds.com/

Dave and myself turned up at a random house off Mill Road as per the email instructions and were greeted by a very friendly group of people who explained how it all worked and were even kind enough to give me a couple of beers. The evening was kicked off with some poetry from David Aspall and then London based singer/songwriter Seb Stone took the stage and had everyone singing along including the next-door neighbours.

The highlight of the evening however has to be Grace Sarah who played an awesome set which consisted of just herself and her keyboard. If you've never heard of Grace before then be sure to check her out and if you get the opportunity to see her live then make sure you do. You can listen here: http://www.gracesarah.com/

Our next Cambridge gig is The Corner House, Saturday 3rd October 2015.

Sofar Sounds Setlist 23/08/2015
Animal
Sugar Water
Nothing Ever Lasts That Long
the British IBM
Cannibal
Feeling

Sofar Sounds