We have a couple of in-stores coming up, both from local acts. First up, on Saturday 5th March, MG Boulter will be playing to support his recent album With Wolves The Lamb Will Lie. And on Saturday 12th March Steve Hooker will be playing tracks from his new album Duende Blues. Both free entry, and all the other info are on the Facebook links below. 5th March, 2pm, MG Boulter - Facebook Event Page 12th March, 3pm, Steve Hooker - Facebook Event Page
To celebrate the release of their new album, Curve Of The Earth (released 15th January 2016), Mystery Jets will be playing live here at South on Wednesday 20th January, 12pm-12.30pm (free entry, all welcome) Pre-order the album HERE to guarantee entry Facebook event page
We're delighted to welcome one of our favourite bands Ultimate Painting to Southend. They released one of our albums of last year and will be following it up with Green Lanes (pre-order below) in August, when they'll be swinging by to play for us. It's free entry and all are welcome.If you're in to Felt, The Velvet Underground's third album, Real Estate, The Feelies, etc, or their other bands - Veronica Falls, Mazes and The Proper Ornaments - you'll love Ultimate Painting.Pre-Order Green Lanes - HERE Facebook Event Page - HERE
Fraser A. Gorman plays live at South, off the back of touring with label-matecourtney barnett and heading off to The Great Escape Festival. Wednesday 6th May, 1.30pm, free entry Facebook Event Page Listen here - https://soundcloud.com/frasergormanWith his violent shock of vertical curls, three-piece suit and excitable roguish charm, Fraser A Gorman cuts a striking figure. Similarly, the music the 23-year-old Melbourne-based singer-songwriter makes stands out amidst any scene or sound.Fraser was born in Torquay, a suburban outpost of Geelong, the large coastal city an hour’s drive from his relocated Melbourne digs. The high-school year below his pal Stu Moore from King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard, Geelong is the sometime home to much of Australia’s motor industry, and like its...