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Charly Crawford Presents: Underview/Declan Welsh/Sacre Noir/Miss Irenie Rose & Return To The Sun Live At Krafty Brew. In conjunction with Keep It Creative. Charly Crawford has a grand evening of live music, running her first ever show in Scotland's capital with the fantastic Underview as the headliners, all the way from Hemel, Hempstead. Underview are reminiscent of the Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon and The Jam. Indie Rock at its absolute best, these talented lads from England want you to bring super glue - because they're going to smash it. Our excellent support includes - Declan Welsh: Like Jake Bugg? You will love this guy. 20 year old Declan Welsh is influenced by the likes of Billy Bragg and Alex Turner, singing songs of love, sex and relationships. Always with a touch of humour. Miss Irenie Rose: A Celtic Connections favourite, all the way from the Northern Isles - Miss Irenie Rose is bringing us our traditional Scottish roots for the evening, with a beautifully sweet voice and catchy catchy songs. You are in for a treat. Sacre Noir: Like lo-fi Electronica music? These masters of the art consist of Carrie, Alexis and Phil. Bringing incredible sound to your ears. Return to the Sun: These guys are providing our Rambunctious Indie Rumblings, hailing from the beautiful Capital herself. Expect big choruses and pounding riffs. Tickets are £3 on the door and the event kicks off at 7pm.
Launch night for the It's Too Late Now music video from Sacre Noir, featuring screenings of both the music video and behind the scenes video, plus a live set from Sacre Noir. "In 2012 we collaborated with David Sodergren of Boshpit Productions to create our debut music video - She Can't Take It. In this video we created a world beyond the frame featuring twisted clowns, broken dolls and otherworldly happenings. After the success of this video we were encouraged to create a trilogy of videos featuring this world with She Can't Take It forming the first episode. 2013 saw the release of our second video in this trilogy, produced in collaboration with Stuart Millar of Aristotle Events Filming - Rue Crimée. This video continued the story of the world beyond the frame and played with themes of madness and isolation. In 2014 we took the reigns to create the third and final video of the series - It's Too Late Now. This release has been delayed due to the tragic death of Robbie Morrison (who appears in both Rue Crimée and It's Too Late Now) - however we feel the time is now right to unleash this music video alongside a Sacre Noir live show in Edinburgh." Doors 8pm / free entry. Moriarty Bar & Brasserie, Edinburgh
We’re going to have a celebratory gig for our favourite gig-goer and music lover on Wednesday 19th November. Doors will be at 7pm and we’ll continue celebrations as late as our working minds will let us. We’ll have many friends of Donald performing, each act will play 2 songs each and everyone can share stories and memories! We’ll have a book to write our funny stories and enjoyable memories in too! 7pm doors – Donald’s Playlist to play during changeovers and at the beginning/end - please send tracks to email@example.com to be included or suggestions for a spotify playlist. 7.30pm – 7.40pm – Nicky 7.50pm – 8pm – Sacre Noir 8.10pm – 8.20pm – Matt Norris & the Moon 8.30pm – 8.40pm - AFYCW 8.50pm – 9pm – Hailey Beavis 9.10pm – 9.20pm – Alan’s Talk 9.30pm – 9.40pm – Hannah O’Reilly 9.50pm – 10pm – The Last Battle 10.10pm – 10.20pm – Tom Watton
Dancing Mice: http://www.dancingmice.co.uk/ “It’s hard to find solid comparisons for the Dancing Mice. There’s definitely something of an 80s influence in there, with an array of antique synths on display but Dancing Mice aren’t retro-ironists, borrowing sounds from a much mocked musical era with their tongues poked firmly in their cheeks. Eroded takes in electronic pop, weird folk, psychedelia and post-punk, melding them into a quirky, erudite style with some cool pop hooks.” Is This Music? Sacre Noir: Scottish based electronica three piece, centred around vocalist / producer Carrie Beattie; initially conceived as a solo project, Sacre Noir released a trilogy of EPs before bringing in the talents of Phil Lock on guitar and Alexis Beattie on electronic drums to perform live and record. http://www.reverbnation.com/sacrenoir PAL: our sound engineer Nora’s band… pop / new wave influences, songs in German, and I even heard they have a male drummer, shocking! plus possibly one more band!
It's THE day of the year, and all you lucky people are all invited to come down to Henry's Cellar Bar to shake and dance away all your excitement on this big indyref day with some wonderful tunes by some lovely bands. Bat-Bike The Incendiary Bats P(A)L Sacre Noir And all this for a mere £4 on the door. You know that you want it!!! All this is happening from 7.30pm till midnight
Sounds Like: Portishead - Trip Hop, Massive Attack, Goldfrapp, Delilah, Ruby / Leslie Rankine
FEMALE FRONTED LO-FI ELECTRONICA
Sacre Noir are a Scottish based three piece, centred around vocalist / producer Carrie Beattie. Initially conceived as a solo project, Sacre Noir released a trilogy of EPs before bringing in the talents of Phil Lock on guitar and Alexis Beattie on electronic drums...See Full Bio
"Sacre Noir is more of a mini album from a one-woman band who aside from some quite dramatic vocals - similar in tone to Polly Harvey at times, but often so understated it's hard to fix on. The sound initially seems lo-fi and muffled but further listening hints at some complex layersmith some fairly straightforward acoustic guitar tunes embelished with multi-tracked ambient sounds. 'Control' is closest to pop while 'Never Before' is quite scary, Eartha Kitt trapped in a mineshaft with the Jesus and Mary Chain."