Saturday 3rd August 2019
Live at The Edge Of The Wedge, Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea
+ special guests:
Doors at 7pm
£5 in advance
Flying Machines are alternative rock’s new alternative, performing with a collective influence lent from rock, acoustic and ambient styles; notable influences from other artists include Radiohead, Pink Floyd and City and Colour. The bands first studio album ‘Tales of a Quiet Guest’ mastered by renowned engineer Pete Maher was released February 2018 and currently, the band are in the studio working on their second effort ‘Between the ocean and the sky’ and their first single from this record ‘Spinning’ is due for release summer 2019. This headline show in Portsmouth serves as an opportunity for the band to share material from their upcoming second album before release.
Mammalia Blue are a lo-fi indie trio from Portsmouth. The band derive their sound from a combination of intricate melodic guitar riffs, smooth well-rounded basslines and breezy drums. In addition, Cal Broad's laid back vocal style accompanying atypical song structures are what make MB have such a refreshing and distinguished tone. Following the popularity of their new self titled EP released in May (including tracks "Lemurs", "The Boy, Henry", and "Hakeem Olajuwon") Mammalia Blue played a packed out show at the Wave Maiden. The band are going from strength to strength with each performance tighter than the last. They are looking forward to building on this success throughout the summer, performing at a string of live shows across the south of England.
Electric Milk are a five-piece band based in Hampshire, UK, striking influences from hard rock, classic rock and blues styles. Artists the band likes include AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Deep Purple and Queen. The bands debut single ‘Speed Limit’ is available online now.