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Help Musicians UK & IVW present: Rainbow Maniac and more on Thursday 1st February 2018
Help Musicians UK & Heads Above The Waves for Independent Venue Week present:
+ Luke Rainsford
1st February 2018
The Big Top, Cardiff
£4adv | 7:30pm | 18+
Shades of 60’s psychedelia, blues-rock and punk permeate the airways when these guys are playing. The Cardiff four-piece are big fans of hefty guitar sounds and supercharged, foot to the floor rock and roll, not shying away from bringing their personalities to life with their music. Rousing stuff, absolutely worth flinging yourself about to.
2017 has seen RM release their debut EP ‘RMEP1’, play to ever wilder crowds, Reading Festival on the Jack Rocks This Feeling stage and Sŵn Festival to a packed out, enthusiastic crowd. Currently in the studio recording new material with Tom Rees (Buzzard, Tibet) at the helm. Don’t get too comfy… RM are coming for you!
'A thrilling distillation of youthful energy.' - Adam Walton, BBC Radio Wales
“Raw and exciting' - Shell Zenner, Amazing Radio
JayCee are an alternative rock band from Swansea. They have been performing for a number of years, originally as a duo made up of two brothers Joe and Johnny Collins. They have a wide range of influences from Stereophonics to Green Day and write energetic, catchy rock songs. They've played a number of gigs and local festivals and released their second EP, EP2 last year.
Luke Rainsford is a singer songwriter from Wolverhampton making 'acoustic sad songs'. His influences include '50s music, caffeine and getting his heart broken almost routinely every few months or so.'
Music Genres: Acoustic, Alternative, Indie, Rock
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