Our Next Show

Spring is in the air and we open our Real Music arms to the return of Salter Caneand their Ballads of Melancholie and Tales of Murder. Darken your spring evening with this wonderful band. The last set they played for us went down a storm and we are happy to be able to bring them back.

It is another debut performance at the Real Music Club from Brighton based band The Equatorial Group . Sounding like Crazy Horse colliding with Fleetwood Mac on a dusty road, The Equatorial Group are a bunch of friends from the East Sussex wilds sharing their love of one-note guitar solos, stormy seas and heartache. Featuring Twe Fox on keys and vocals, Andy Tourle on bass and vocals, Dave Davies on guitar and vocals, and Helen Weeks on vocals and pedal steel/guitar, they can produce a gentle landscape of sparkling harmonies or a thirst-inducing ramshackle racket, as the moment takes them.

Opening the evening is another welcome return The Organ Grinder's Monkey. the lo-fi glitch-rock duo from the South of England. Essentially a solo project masquerading as a duo, Ben provides guitar and vocals while his laptop/best friend "Bill" handles beats and FX. The resulting sound is an attempt to combine the glitchy stutter and madness of Bill's favourite electronic artists (Aphex Twin, Squarepusher) with the freewheeling maverick indie-rock of Ben's youth (Super Furry Animals, The Boo Radleys, Grandaddy). A shared love of 8-bit computer game sounds provides further inspiration for the pair.


28th April 2018, 8pm

The Brunswick,1-3 Holland Road, Hove, East Sussex. BN3 1JF.

Tickets are available at Resident Records or The Brunswick.

or We Got Tickets.


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