Here’s a review I did for a recent performance of The Austerity Cafe at Nottingham Contemporary last Saturday.
Since this article BBC6 Music cannot get enough of Nottingham’s edgy duo.
This article perfectly sums up the slick and mesmerising performance of the band. The audience were taken into another dimension before the band came back to earth in time to chat after the show.
Callum Burrows aka Saint Raymond, singer/songwriter from Bramcote Nottingham; provides the music for the BBC’s documentary about the London bombings 10 years ago.
Steve Oliver gives his views on Nottingham’s annual talent competition where local musicians and bands get to play at Rock City. inmyhonestopinionreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/now-in-its-seventh-year-future-soundof.html?spref=tw&m=1
The House of Thieves have released their much anticipated debut album and; with 11 tracks and 40 minutes of feel good ‘indie’ rock, I defy anyone not to be hooked by another of Nottingham’s stars of the future.
Most of us will be singing along to these tracks, the others will be either dancing or foot tapping along to them.
If you want something mellower, Tom Gourlay (the lead singer and songwriter) has also recorded a solo album where he shows his folk/country credentials on The Alchemist.