In this week’s issue of DISCOVER, we are looking into Birmingham, an area of the United Kingdom that right now is thriving musically.
The final issue of this week’s DISCOVER brings us to Foule, the Nottingham trio, oozing kaleidoscopic tones, hypnotising repeated guitar lines and melodies that will make you drift deeper and deeper into their developing discography like Brian Griffin on a come up. There’s something for everyone from this Nottingham band, who are already establishing themselves at the top of the bill on the city’s club night scene.
In this week’s second deep dive into Nottingham’s burgeoning music scene, we are lifting the lid on the city’s developing Indie rockers, Vega Bay. Made up of four teens, the young outfit are establishing a style, which mixes a plethora of influences from Mac Demarco, The Drums and The Smiths.
Cherry Hex and the Dream Church have been making waves in Nottingham for the last 18 months with their now signature style of half time 808s, live bass and ritualistic vocal melodies… Oh, and a glockenspiel (For those unsure what one, it’s that awesome thing you hit with mallets that looked a bit like the keys of a piano when you were a kid). Sam Drury felt it was time to find out more about Cherry Hex, off the record.