Fizzi & In A Minute Now presents:

The Sherpas
We’re No Heroes
Cousin Kula

Tuesday 13th October 2015
Buffalo Bar
7:30pm Ages 18+

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Spillers Records
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The Sherpas

The Exeter five-piece, comprising of Chris Tilke, Jake Daniel, Ben Milverton, JJ Williams and lead singer Pierre Roxon, met while studying music at Exeter College. In the two years they have been together, the band have gone from strength to strength, being championed by a number of cult music stars; New Order and Joy Division’s Bassist Peter Hook being one – ‘Brash, noisy and young. I quite enjoyed it!

Musically, it’s clear to see where their influences lie, their sound being reminiscent of 80’s bands such as Orange Juice, Haircut 101 and A Certain Ratio. That said, there are also glimmers of more current sounds such as Everything Everything and Bombay Bicycle Club.

The band have recently supported a number of major UK artists such as Catfish and The Bottlemen and Little Comets, but are now looking forward to a number of short headline UK tours later this year. In the current wave of formulaic guitar and drums, The Sherpas are putting groove and funk into British indie.

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We’re No Heroes 

Lively Cardiff 3-piece We’re No Heroes draw influence from the raw and aggressive motion of punk & Indie but fuse it with the deep grooves, melody & soul of their favorite funk acts, cementing a real & exciting approach to pop music that resonates strong with their dedicated fan base who name themselves the WNH Wolfpack.

Originally formed in a downtown studio space in Chicago, the band have known each other since they were kids & having this close connection shows in everything they do from their performances to their hands on approach to the loyal fans who extend past the borders of the UK and around the world. The band first started out playing student houses, and gigging underground to hone their skills with each member having such passion to play music, both live and recorded, in the studio or in rehearsal space the band basically just love playing music.

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Cousin Kula
Cousin Kula creatively weave a flesh blend of afro-beat, latin, nu jazz, trip hop and psychedelia. Born in Bristol, they deliver high energy live sets and are beginning to build a buzz – landing main stage festival slots, as well as national radio plays from the likes of Bob Harris on BBC 2, and Tom Robinson on BBC 6 music.

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