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22 Feb 2009

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The Moulettes, Jono McCleery (accompanied by his band The Dans), Nick Mulvey, AF Harrold

VENUE

The Hanbury Club, Brighton
Website

DOORS

7.30pm

Due to the warm reception we got in Brighton at our first show in December, we have booked in a 2nd with a brand new lineup.

The Hanbury Club was an amazing venue for us last time and we’re so excited about playing there again – !

THE LINE UP

The Moulettes

The Moulettes

The Moulettes are a folk-stomping barn-storming swingin’ quintet: An orchestra of absurdity featuring cello, bassoon, guitars, violin, viola, autoharp, kazoo, trombone, drums & 5-part harmonies! Their songs are narrative driven alliterative epics of depravity, decadence and delirious devastation, and they deliver a rollicking, resounding live set when called upon.

www.mypsace.com/themoulettes

Jono McCleery

Jono McCleery is a London based solo artist, recently signed to Ninja Tune.

He has been touring in Switzerland and supporting Fink and has finished his 1st album ‘Darkest Light’ indepedently which was self-produced and funded by his fans, including folk-star Vashti Bunyan and radio DJs Tom Robinson and Fiona Talkington. Jono has also collaborated with The Part Time Heroes with songs Realise & Angels Fly.

http://www.myspace.com/jonomccleery

Nick Mulvey

Nick Mulvey is ¼ of Portico Quartet. As well as performing with the band, he now performs his own unique solo material with OneTaste. He performed his first shows with OneTaste back in 2007 and since then he has played in prestigious venues throughout London and has recently completed the Vortex Jazz tour as their featured solo act.

Having completed a degree at SOAS in ethnomusicology, Nick draws majority of his influence from African music makers and poets. Many of his songs incorporate old African stories and poetry, composed to his own music, making for very interesting and unique pieces of work.

http://www.myspace.com/nickmulveymusic

AF Harrold

A. F. Harrold is a performance poet of unimaginable imagination which sometimes makes things awkward, especially in social situations. But, heigh ho, eh? If life were simple it wouldn’t be a Rubik’s Cube.

http://www.myspace.com/afharrold

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The Moulettes - Swing Song

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Jono McCleery - Classical Something

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Nick Mulvey - Big Chill

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Jono McCleery at OneTaste Brighton