With artists ranging from folk and punk to drum and bass, Acoustickle has seen some serious talent:
Come and share this musical gift all wrapped up in swathes of fabric, fairy lights, table clothes and smelly candles.
Travelling up from London ways, this is a duo well worth your ears. With thought-provoking, compassionate lyrics; crowd-participation sing-a-longs; cardboard signs and a lot of love, they give a joyous hip-hop meets folk meets slam poetry meets HAPPY show.
Smashing it the last time they came up, every witness to this spectacular show gushed with delight at what they saw, and said how inspired they were by the whole thing.
Greek-Gypsy-jazz-pirate-punk pioneer with meticulous guitar skills. Working on his art every day, Emilios is truly a musician worth accolade as he brings energy to the stage and messages for the brain. His ability to blend a variety of influences whilst maintaining his own style is how he has come to gain recognition amongst artist and listener alike.
One of the first Nottingham musicians to make a name for herself, Lisa's dulcet tones reach impossible notes with total ease. Her style is like that of an edgy Americana artist, with folky compositions met with a myriad of other genres including more than a hint of blues, showing her versatility and consistent knack for strong songwriting.
Neo-soul songstress that first came to our attention with a series of collaborations with renowned Notts producer KIRK SPENCER. With a modest one vocal, one guitar set-up, she blasts out a spine tingling repertoire bound to garner fans wherever she goes.
The much talked about hip-hop video channel featuring Notts rappers spitting fire brings some of its artists to Acoustickle to show us what they've been up to.
Article by Lucy G / 13th November 2012
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