|Bradford - Survival Skills, Death Shanties, Family Elan||20170223|
Verity Sharp hosts another gig showcasing experimental music up and down the UK, this time from Fuse Art Space Bradford, and including sets from guitarist and producer Chris Sharkey aka Survival Skills, free improv from saxophonist Sybren Renema and drummer Alex Neilson of the group Death Shanties, and psychedelic folk from Family Elan.
|Bristol - Rhain, Tom Oc Wilson Band, Asda||20161124|
Verity Sharp hosts this month's gig plugging into the local alternative and underground music scenes around the UK. Tonight, Exposure Bristol comes from the Cube Cinema in Kingsdown, with performances from singer/songwriter Rhain, electronica duo Asda, and alt-rock band Tom OC Wilson Band.
|Cardiff - Farm Hand, Deaf Pictures, Swansea Laptop Orchestra||20170126|
Verity Sharp hosts this month's gig plugging into the local experimental and underground music scenes around the UK. Tonight, Exposure Cardiff comes from the Chapter Arts Centre in the Canton area of Cardiff. Performances from three contrasting acts, including Farm Hand with psychedelic lo-fi songs, Deaf Pictures playing solo electric guitar pieces, and Swansea Laptop Orchestra bringing a unique physicality to electronic music.
Verity Sharp presents Exposure Gateshead, a concert of experimental music by local artists as part of the Free Thinking festival at Sage Gateshead. Nathalie Stern brings her unique sound as a singer-songwriter, Swarm Front perform noise-based music composed by Mariam Rezaei, and Midnight Doctors are a seven-piece mutant big band led by Phil Begg.
Verity Sharp hosts the first of a new monthly series of gigs from around the UK, plugging into the local alternative and underground music scenes.
Tonight, Exposure Glasgow comes from the Glad Café in southside Glasgow, with performances from avant folk composer Daniel Padden's Low Quintet; experimental vocalist/composer Nichola Scrutton; and radiophonic sound-artist Mark Vernon.
Verity Sharp visits Ramsgate Music Hall in Kent for the latest event in this monthly series showcasing local new music talent around the UK, with performances from singer-songwriter Leonie Evans, experimental composer Lauren Redhead and the duo of turntablist Matt Wright and saxophonist Robert Stillman.
Verity Sharp hosts the second in a new monthly series of gigs from around the UK, plugging into the local alternative and underground music scenes. Tonight, Exposure Salford comes from the Islington Mill, with performances from guitarist-composer Ian Vine, experimental collective Almost Credible Music and composer-producer Caroline Haines aka Chaines.