St James presents a night of great live music from four UK bands. Think velvet lounge with cabaret style seating and table service for this one. Come and relax and find
St James presents a night of great live music from four UK bands. Think velvet lounge with cabaret style seating and table service for this one.
Come and relax and find your new favourite band.
Purveyors of original genre-bending music, Port Erin are a band of three made of two brothers–– Reuben Myles Tyghe, vocals and guitar, flanked by Jacob Myles Tyghe on bass and Cerys Brocklehurst on drums. Now residing and writing in the city of Bath, they hail from Broughton Gifford (a very small Wiltshire village tucked away in South West England) where they formed in January 2007.
Over the past 12 years Port Erin have extensively toured the U.K. performing over 750 shows at some of of the U.K.’s most prestigious venues. They have made appearances at many UK & EU festivals including; Glastonbury Festival (‘10, ‘11, ‘13 & ’14, ‘17), played live sessions for BBC Introducing and their music has been aired numerous times on BBC Radio 6 (Guy Garvey & Tom Robinson). Since their formation, they have diligently been affirming themselves as one of the UK’s hardest working, most loved, unsung and underground DIY bands.
”A slick live experience. Part Talk Talk, part Miles Davis with notes of everything from jazz to krautrock” – METRO
The Golden Dregs
“Minimalist guitar pop hewn from the notepad of Lou Reed, Jonathan Richman, or Robyn Hitchcock.” Clash Mag
The Golden Dregs returns with Nobody Ever Got Rich (By Making People Sad), a lo-fi, mellowed out, indie pop gem. Following on from his 2018 debut album Lafayette (released via Art Is Hard Records – previously home to Flamingods, Penelope Isles, The Orielles) Nobody Ever Got Rich is the first from his forthcoming new album expected later in 2019.
London based singer songwriter Michael Clark is set to release his debut EP, Something to Be Won. Already catching the attention of the likes of Guy Garvey, Jon Kennedy, Clash Magazine and more Michael’s mesmerically haunting songs recall the simplicity of Elliot Smith, Pink Moon era Nick Drake and even elements of his father, Gavin Clark’s (Clayhill, Sunhouse) work.
“Sometimes you don’t just hear music, you feel it too; in the air around you, deep in your bones. Something To Be Won, the debut release from Michael Clark is one such piece, a four-song EP collection of sparse folk music that gently envelops those that find themselves sitting with it. “