Quid Nova (what’s new)? Let me tell you. . . UNDERBELLY’s sister club & the newest edition to Old Street’s nightlife, THE WORKSHOP (situated underneath ROAD TRIP) is hosting it’s first ever club night QUID NOVA? with the launch on 30th July 2010. The night boasts a whole host of left field and alternative bands (Loft Daddy / Savage Nomads / Bice and the Bos) who’ve been championed by the likes of London filmmaker/enfant terrible Don Letts (Big Audio Dynamite), Mick Jones (The Clash), and famed music biographer Chris Salewicz (NME, Independent, Q, Mojo, Time Out)
This South London four-piece (and hosts of the night) release their début five track EP Words amidst a jam-packed schedule of live performances throughout the summer months.
The EP is a superb selection of genuinely heartfelt songs that places them among those quintessentially British rock acts like Radiohead and the Clash.
‘Here’s a band that knows how to get it right!’
In 18 months since Clash legend Mick Jones urged the band to perform their first live public début at his Carbon Casino their progress has been quantum. This South London-based band, have been drumming up incredible support from the music press including Mojo, The Guardian and Classic Rock.
“Sounding like Rage Against The Machine meets Love with Television like levels of musicality”
“If there’s a better young band in this country than The Savage Nomads I’d love to hear‘em”
“Angular psych-flavoured post-punk commentaries with disarming confidence”
“The most happening band in the UK’ North”
West Evening Mail
BICE AND THE BOS
‘Think Laura Marling and the pop hooks of Alanis Morrisette with folk-pop act Bice and the Bos (pronounced Beechy & the Boys) who play ‘beauteous sharp tongued acoustica.’
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