Acoustic Lates at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink
Cafe Bar, The Natural History Museum
Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 5BD, UK
Acoustic Lates Presented by Ticketmaster at the Natural History Museum are a series of intimate acoustic performances from some of the best emerging musical talent in the UK.
Bristol-based 4 piece, No Violet, powerfully retain your attention with their enthralling performances of their idiosyncratic blend of fuzz-infused grunge/alt rock and semi-contorted math rock. Ellie (vox), Pete (drums), Rhys (guitar), and Kerry (bass) captivate their audience through a manipulating dynamic range that echoes early Pixies with an added split personality disorder. The release of debut EP, 'Faces' in September 2018 saw them feature regularly on BBC Intro radioplay, a sell-out Bristol show, and support from Metro, DIY Magazine, and PRS M Magazine. No Violet are now gearing up for an even busier 2019."With a whole lot of love from DIY, BBC Introducing and broadsheet heavyweight The Independent – No Violet are setting themselves up for a stonking few years ahead.” - PRS M Magazine
Chasing Deer create dynamic pop rock with powerful vocals and infectious rhythms.
Rob and Adam have racked up over 1,500 non-stop live performances around the world including the Royal Albert Hall, Trafalgar Square and playing to the President of Kenya. The band have supported UB40, Feeder and The Pigeon Detectives on festival stages.
Their musical style (likened to Spandau Ballet, Rick Astley and Hozier) and pioneering approach to British Sign Language accessibility in music has attracted the attention of national television, newspapers and radio. The band devised and curated the world's first fully accessible SOFAR Sounds show in June 2019.
Chasing Deer’s award winning original music has been featured on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Introducing, as well as an interview on Sky News for the release of their debut album 'Hands On'.
Following the album, they released a cover of Elton John's ‘Rocket Man’, recorded at Abbey Road Studios, and the original single 'unstoppable' for Pride in London. 'unstoppable' featured over 20 LGBTQ+ guest artists and was picked up by official Spotify playlists. The song was launched to a crowd of 10,000 people in Trafalgar Square.
Chasing Deer were the winners of the 2019 Soundwaves Music Competition, which featured nearly 1000 national competitors. They will be touring new material and an exciting new show worldwide in 2020.
Harvey Jay Dodgson
Harvey Jay Dodgson started playing the guitar at the age of 7 and by 9 years of age had written his first song ‘The Black Sun’ He wrote his debut ‘Indigo’ after being introduced by older brother Neil to the music of Peggy Lee, Billie Holiday & the free-flowing vocal melodies of Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Charles. He says ‘It instantly opened my eyes (or should I say ‘ears’) to a completely different sound of music, It was discovering the jazz-influenced artists, King Krule & Cosmo Pyke who inspired him to experiment further and he was soon ready to create his own song. Indigo was born. Live shows include being invited to perform at the legendary The Groucho club, Hometown festival The Victorious Festival Portsmouth, & support slots for FLOWVERS in Liverpool and London
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