Live at 35 is a Feature on Inside Local Music,designed to allow local artists to showcase their talents. We invite them to the secret location that is Studio 35 and work with them to record an 'unplugged' version of one or more of their original tunes. We have a couple of rehersals and then record the tune. Their is no post production. What they play is what you hear!
We also have a chat to them to find out more about them. The features are played on Inside Local Music on The Source FM.
This is your opportunity to 'listen again' to the interviews and the tunes.
Live at 35 we present (alphabetically) .....
(Please Note: If you wish to listen to the tune only, wait for the blue line to complete and then slide to the point you want)
Alex is a Lover not a fighter... and a lost child playing in a grown-ups world!
A Rock / Indie Band, whoose members are Rich (Drums, Percussion & Backing Vocals), Stu (Bass & Backing Vocals), Dan (Guitar and Backing Vocals) and Ryan (Piano, Acoustic Guitar (not at the same time!) and Lead Vocals)
John plays original songs in a wide variety of styles that span both Western and Eastern influences. In addition to being a talented singer and guitarist, John is also an accomplished bass player with a number of styles under his belt. Coming to guitar as a second instrument, coupled with an interest in songwriting, John decided to spend less time playing bass in bands and more time working on his original music.
John Greene started as a guitar player and then bassist in 1965 in his native Cornwall. He moved to London in the late 60's and has worked with lots of major acts both here and in America before returning to England in the Late 70's where he continued to perform. For full details of his packed and interesting career visit his website (below)!
Martin Skews is a singer musician/singer/songwriter/composer from the captivatingly beautiful area of Falmouth in Cornwall. Since the age of four he has been fingereing fretboards of any string instrument he can possibly obtain, percussing any percussion he could percuss and pumelling the contents of his lungs down any wind instrument that makes a unique sound. For more details check out his website (below)!
Robins songwriting style owes much to the long and peculiarly British tradition of vernacular narratives which rely on a slightly quirky interpretation of contemporary culture as well as some of the odder characteristics of human relationships. This tradition has in the past been personified by, amongst others, Ray Davies, Squeeze, Ian Dury, Billy Bragg and Victoria Wood - even more recently by the likes of Neil Hannon, Frank Turner, Mike Skinner and Lily Allen. For more details check out his website (below)!
Eclectic, Gypsy Youth, Eccentric, High Energy Buskers. The band members are Seamus Cary (Accordian/Banjo/Lead Vocals/Kazoo/Piano/Ukulele), Seth Lamerton (Mandolin/Bouzulkie/Ukuele/Backing Vocals), Jack Wilde (Guitar), George Barber (Tenor Sax/Alto Sax/Backing Vocals)... and some exciting new members! Watch this space
The Toilet Monsters - Interview and One Eyed Driver
Ultrateeze consists of band members Kris Good (Vox), Luke Good (Guitar), Ross Kessell (Bass/Vox) and Ben Nankervis (Drums) - Well the story of Ultrateeze is basically - two brothers started playing music together a few years ago, they find other people to join "The Globe & All", worked on some songs, played some gigs along the south coast of England, other guitarist leaves (Christian Boulton), band changes name, still writing songs, still playing gigs, bigger things to come... hopefully!. The debut Ultrateeze EP "Make The Grade" (recorded at the Sawmills) is going to be released on the 9th March 2009, keep checking our Myspace for more information. Cheers!