Talkin’ the dirty business of Blues, Music Promotion & Teletubbies with John Steven Hales

Hereford Blues Club at The Booth Hall, Hereford, England
Photography Jonathon Paul

Last Friday the Hereford Blues Club hosted a benefit as a means to raise funds for the club so that it may continue to bring a cast of musical characters to Hereford whose influences are predominantly blues. Continue reading “Talkin’ the dirty business of Blues, Music Promotion & Teletubbies with John Steven Hales”

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Underground Revolution Gig Posters Early 2016

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Feb 21, 2016 was the launch of the Underground Revolution’s first gig featuring Attila the Stockbroker.  UHmazing

 

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Our 2nd gig poster designed by pop art enthusiast John Rose in a constructivism style
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Gig poster done in the DIY style by Hereford College of the Arts student band Silverfield

Omar Majeed Tells All About The Underground Revolution Gig @ The Booth Hall; Space Cats, Human Pyramids And Sober Moshing For Some.

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Review by Omar Majeed  –  Onlooker at The Underground Revolution, Bohemian Artiste Extraordinaire, Film Maker and Creator of Gravity Zine

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Pablo Alto at the Booth Hall in Hereford for The Underground Revolution
Pablo Alto, Photograph taken by Omar Majeed

Hereford City Centric put on quite a night last night by means of their their music promotion entity The Underground Revolution. The Booth Hall is steadily becoming a key venue for seeing live alternative music. There was some concern around rumours that Dave Savager, the drummer from arty Ledbury post-punk/psyche band Pablo Alto was in the grip of a fortnight long fever and wouldn’t be playing, but the three of them took to the stage and performed a set of melodious and atmospheric music led by John Rose’s spacey effects-laden guitar, and supported by Tessa Frith’s reliable bass backing. Continue reading “Omar Majeed Tells All About The Underground Revolution Gig @ The Booth Hall; Space Cats, Human Pyramids And Sober Moshing For Some.”