PULL UP THE ROOTS Thursday 17th November
– The last one for the foreseeable future!!
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Doors 7pm…£5 entry…
Seeing as its the last one for a while as we work on different projects we will be playing all our favorite past bands tracks till 12:30am!! If you’v e played for us before then send names to email@example.com for a special guest list as a thank you from us.
Having just signed a management contract Cinemawave are currently working on their debut album ‘Can You Hear the Silence?’ with Paul Tipler (Heavy Stereo, Idlewild, Elastica and The Charlatans).
With French fashion company The Kooples using their music to promote their fashion campaigns Sister Gracie have quickly made a name for themselves in Europe and have sold out gigs everywhere.
White Powder Gold
White Powder Gold, a new London-based band who are about to take over the world of indie. Their strong appreciation for dubstep, electro, R&B and hip-hop, makes them stand out from the crowd. Drawing influences from the likes of The Sex Pistols, The Beatles, Sizzla and Beres Hammond – WPG’s sound isn’t like anything else out there in the charts right now. Their uniqueness sets them apart from the rest.
Camden based three piece, only six months old but already creating waves on the circuit. A mixture of melodic riffs and rampant rhythm with punky beat overtones
What is Oxjam?
Oxjam is Oxfam’s month-long music festival. It runs all through October with hundreds of events around the UK, all organised by volunteers who know and love their local music scene, all raising money to save lives around the world.
Pull Up The Roots Oxjam Takeover is also listed here...
Live performances from…
£1 from every ticket is given to Oxjam…
40-42 Chalk Farm Road
Red N Pink will be down interviewing all the bands so you can catch these online on RootsTV after the event.
BROCCOLI EVENTS >>>>>>>
BROCCOLI MUSIC >>>>>>>
Red N Pink interview SULK at the Pull Up The Roots live night at The Monarch in Camden for ROOTSTV
Red N Pink interview Sissy & The Blisters at the Pull Up The Roots live night at The Monarch in Camden for ROOTSTV.
Red N Pink interview The 335 at the Pull Up The Roots live night at The Monarch in Camden for ROOTSTV.
Red N Pink interview Soldier at the Pull Up The Roots live night at The Monarch in Camden for ROOTSTV.
August Roots is another blinder and we cant wait to see all the bands live at The Monarch in Camden, if you cant make the show then make sure you catch it online a week later on rootstv.
RED N PINK- 9:45pm
FRACTURES – 9pm
MOON VISIONARIES – 8:15pm
Get your tickets in advance as ticket holders get priority entry.
MORE ON THE BANDS…
KAV – 10:30pm –
Hailing from Leicester & spending most of his time between Los Angeles & London, KAV has found his home in pure song- driven Rock N’ Roll with an electro-under-current.
KAV has been described as many things; ‘A Latterday Jagger’ by the Guardian UK & ‘One in a million artists’ by Kerrang Radio’. Sounding somewhere between Bob Dylan, Primal Scream,Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Rolling Stones Them Crooked Vultures & The Stooges.
KAV has had many supporters over the years from the likes of the late Tony Wilson, to Howard Marks (Mr Nice) who he recently collaborated with his release ‘The Mr Nice EP’, surrounding the release of Howard’s biopic film ‘Mr Nice’.
Working & touring with various musical greats over the past few years, his influences come from far & wide. He has an unrelenting dedication & passion for music.
KAV has not only played guitar for the legendary Happy Mondays, but he helped reform the band with Shaun Ryder in 2004 & co-wrote single Playground Superstar & album Uncle Dysfunktional.
RED N PINK – 9:45pm
With a fusion of, Indie-Punk, Electro-Soul and Hip Hop, the pair have been delighting and exciting crowds across London with their energy-packed live show.
The girls have been presenting the online music show at The Monarch for 2 months now, its about time they took to the stage themselves with their full band.
Check out the video we made for their single ‘Badman’
FRACTURES – 9pm
Check out their video for Ride
NME – acts you must hear no4
“Fractures really would be insane not to release their tune ‘Alone’ properly2
MOON VISIONARIES – 8:15pm
We love this band, they have some great videos, check out ‘Special is you’
“Moon Visionaries describe themselves as writing, ‘indie-pop-walking-down-the-street-rock kind of songs’. This kind of sans-bullshit attitude is precisely what makes us smile about them. It’s the kind of unashamed, feel-good, glossy groove-pop that scores of ‘defiantly lo-fi’ bands probably wish they could muster, rather than having to hide their lack of choruses in lathering fuzz.”
Broccoli favorites Sissy And The Blisters new single “Let Her Go” can now be streamed online exclusively as Q Magazines ‘Track of the Day’
Like “Cousin Sissy” in Hot Fuzz, Sissy And The Blisters confusingly feature no girls and from the fuzzed up sound of their guitar, the insult version of sissy does apply either.
Instead the Guilford band, signed to renown talent spotting label Fierce Panda, have crafted a new EP (out Otcober 3), of which this track Let Her Go is the lead, that envokes weather beaten leathers and motorbike fumes.
And it’s got good pedigree.
“Let Her Go is one of a few songs we wrote when we were really into the chord progressions that were used by The Ramones. It slowly developed into something totally different but kept those elements,” says organist Nick Benton.
“At one point we tried to change it so much that we went too far and had to strip it right back until we ended up with what you hear now. Lyrically it’s one of our favourite songs. Our singer James describes it as fear, self-sobatage, and the realisation you may have made a mistake.”
Click ‘here‘ to hear the track
Check out the video below from Rootstv when they played for us in June
Each month the show will feature bands from the UK music scene. Expect live performances and interviews with guest presenters Red N Pink.
This is a pilot, the show will evolve as we go!
Broccoli Music’s Pull Up The Roots is back with another stella line up!
Wednesday 17th November
@ The Monarch, Camden
Tickets are on sale now so get yours quick to avoid disappointment:
LIFE IN FILM
Life In Film ‘Sorry’ Debut Single is out NOW through This Feeling Records
Ltd edition 7” + free digital download
“Life In Film are of that new, bar has been raised, breed… It’s the kind of light and dark mind-f*ck that Radiohead used to do so, so well.”
Life In Film NME “On Repeat” stars this week.
Word is getting out. Check them out now!
The band released their debut single ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Revolution’ in summer of 2009. The Mirror hailed it as one of the best debut singles of the year, and put the band in ‘The hotlist for 2010.
‘ROCK ‘N’ ROLL REVOLUTION’ 7″ AND ‘FAT CATS’ CD
PETER PARKER’S ROCK N ROLL CLUB
Peter Parker’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Club followed in the footsteps of The Rolling Stones and recorded their first album in the basement of the former Regent Sounds Studio on vintage equipment including the same type of ReVox tape machine used by The Rolling Stones on their first album.
Exciting new band formed only a month ago with some former members of The Black Poets.
40-42 Chalk Farm Road
Where else can you find Broccoli??