27th November 2019 Artist Profile »
** EAST ANGLIA’S OFF THE BEATEN TRACK TOUR HEADS TO EAST LONDON! **
** TIBETAN NIGHT TERRORS + GOLDBLUME + TUNDRA TRAVEL IN TO PLAY! **
Good news, music lovers! A brand new gigging venture has just launched with four admirably fresh alt.rock acts from East Anglia – Tibetan Night Terrors + Tundra + Rubber Jaw + Goldblume – playing a mini-tour which crash landed into four key live venues across the region in November under the banner of Off The Beaten Track.
Each band headlined their home county show with the four dates hitting (Norfolk) Norwich Arts Centre, (Suffolk) Stowmarket John Peel Centre, (Essex) Colchester CODA and (Cambridgeshire) Cambridge Blue Moon. Now comes the cherry on the icing on the mini-tour cake, which is a Friday night pre-Christmas hoedown with three of the Off The Beaten Track acts making tracks to the Old Blue Last, nearest venue to Liverpool Street station (gateway to the east), rather like this:
Odd Box & fierce panda & Club Fandango & Disorder present:
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK IN LONDON TOWN
TIBETAN NIGHT TERRORS
FRIDAY DECEMBER 6TH 2019
LONDON THE OLD BLUE LAST
(38 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3ES)
ADMISSION FREE VIA: dice.fm/event/59d5d-tibetan-night-terrors-goldblume-tundra-6th-dec-the-old-blue-last-london-tickets
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TIBETAN NIGHT TERRORS (onstage 10.00pm)
Loping in from the lanes of Norwich, Tibetan Night Terrors deliver moreishly tropical disco grooves via people called Ben, Caitlin, Matthew, Owen and Marco who fear not the casual calypso caress of the Hawaiian shirt. Their sound is the same as their ethos, and indeed their attire - upbeat, chirpy, and always getting quirkier.
GOLDBLUME (onstage 9.15pm)
‘A three piece full of character and charisma (from Cambridge). Combining math-rock, grunge, punk and alternative rock in a unique and ever-evolving manner; their live performances are as captivating and punchy as their back catalogue.’
Ellen Ellard (BBC Introducing Cambridge)
TUNDRA (onstage 8.30pm)
Surf punk trio Tundra burst on to the bustling Bury St Edmunds Suffolk scene in 2016 and since then have been on a non-stop mission of infectious grunge-pop domination. For those who want a bit of punky, surfy, crashing around the stage.