Thank-You Seachange Festival…

…We had an excellent time in Totnes with our friends at The Drift Record Shop.

Here’s a snap of Jeff with Rupert (Drifts owner) in the sunshine.

If you haven’t visited Drift yet we highly recommend you go and have a gander.

Visit the shop here. 

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BE: LIVE in The Hive

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Earlier this year Caught by the River’s audio arm ‘Rivertones‘ released it’s debut album BE:ONE

Now, to co-inside with The Hive installation at Kew Gardens (more on that here) there will be a special performance of the record in The Hive for two nights only.

Rivertones recording artists BE announce four performances in The Hive at Kew.

28th September – Performance 1 at 6pm, Kew Gardens (tickets)
– Performance 2 at 8pm, Kew Gardens (tickets)

29th September – Performance 1 at 6pm, Kew Gardens (tickets)
– Performance 2 at 8pm, Kew Gardens (tickets)

Read what the artist Wolfgang Butress has to say on the live performance over at the Caught by the River site here.

The Social & Faber Social at Festival No.6

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In a couple of weeks The Social are heading up to North Wales for Festival No.6 where they are co-hosting a stage with Faber Social.

Parked by the wonderful estuary that joins up with the River Dwyryd, the setting is one of the best in the wonderful surroundings of Portmeirion.

The stage also features an eclectic mix of live music, literary talks and DJ’s. We’re delighted that Night Beats and The Parrots will be playing live over the weekend.

Carl at The Social joined up with Festival No.6 man Luke Bainbridge to chat about this years festival line-up, Portmeirion’s history  & floating dance floors.

Listen back to their chat on Soho Radio here.

Check out the full festival line-up & purchase tickets before it sells out.

LINE-UP & TICKETS

Join us at Seachange Festival this Weekend

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This bank holiday we’re heading down to Totnes for the first ever Sea Change Festival.

Hosted by our friends at The Drift Record shop we’re delighted to have TOY & The Parrots playing the event.

TOY will be playing new tracks from their forthcoming album ‘Clear Shot’ whilst The Parrots will be celebrating the release of their debut album ‘Los Niños Sin Miedo.’

Plus, on the Saturday night the Heavenly Jukebox will be playing records until the wee hours of the morning.

Check out the full line-up here: http://www.seachangefestival.co.uk/

Remaining tickets here: http://www.seachangefestival.co.uk/tickets

HEAVENLY AUTUMN DATES

This Autumn we have TOY, Hooton Tennis Club, The Wytches, King Gizzard and The Lizard, Amber Arcades & The Parrots on tour.

They all have these handy tour posters with all dates listed below. Click on the posters for Ticket Links too:

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See you on the road…

Get A Taste of Glastonbury at The Social on Saturday

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If you didn’t already know, the great folk at The Social programme The Stonebridge Bar at Glastonbury Festival.

Situated opposite the Park Stage – it provides a heady mix of after hours fun, afternoon Hip Hop Karaoke & surprise DJ slots from special guests.

This years massive highlight was getting world renounced snooker player Steve Davis on the decks to play his left field records with Kavus Torabi.

Playing to a packed out tent, we’re delighted that THIS SATURDAY Steve Davis & Kavus Torabi are playing at The Social.

Plus, The Heavenly Jukebox will be playing records early doors.

LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE

Caught by the River Thames in Photos

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We have had a fantastic couple of weeks with our friends at Caught by the River. Both Port Eliot Festival & Caught by the River Thames were wonderful events.

Caught by the River have put up a selection of Photographs from each event over at the Caught by the River site.

View the Caught by the River Thames gallery here. 

View the Port Eliot gallery here.

For all the latest on Caught by the River visit their website here.