Side A - Alta Pueblo/Benjamin Zięć/Robert Lavington/Louis Croft/Tom Gourlay

Launching on the 29th September at 8PM Phlexx Records brings you Side A: a new monthly night of music held at Nottingham finest pizza spot. Launching at Suede Bar and showcasing some of the cities finest musicians on the circuit, accompanied with the cities finest sour dough, the night will be a popular place to start your Friday night and warm-in your weekend. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Line Up LOUIS CROFT After making his way into the Nottingham scene Louis is a young talent who is one to watch. His songwriting is mature and finely crafted and his performance is a must see. ROBERT JAMES LAVINGTON Another Nottingham lad with a guitar and stories to tell. Expect characterful melodies, rhythmical chords and bitter sweet lyrics. Elements of folk and influences of blues. BENJAMIN ZIĘĆ & THE RAREBREEDS Featuring members of The Afterdark Movement, the Rarebreeds bring their own unqiue flavour performing an interesting mixture of Folk/Blues/Grunge. The group played their first shows earlier this year at Rough Trade and since then have played Waterfront Festival and BBC Introducing.


“Music is key to life, originality is impossible with out influence. To create some thing from nothing to be truly original you must be inspired and influenced by nothing. You must hear nothing, see nothing, taste nothing, smell nothing. Only depriving your self of everything will you ever be completely original. That's not for me I shall keep my eyes open smell and feel everything I shall take in all I experience and I shall learn from it, that's music. Originality can Bollocks. FEED MY MIND WORLD” - Tom Gourlay

ALTA PUEBLO Alta Pueblo. Formed in a garage in Almeria, Spain by Solomon and Psychedelia Smith in 2009. On returning to live in the UK they recruited the talented and handsome Sid Delicious on bass guitar and the ensemble was complete. They began performing live shows around the Midlands. Their mixture of international music is felt in their original compositions and the cover versions they enjoy. While often accompanied by soloists who add their own unique flavour to Alta Pueblo's music, like Paul Wentworth, Danny Clarke, Beau Clancy , the core of the group remains a three piece. From folk to soul, reggae to rumba, Alta Pueblo's sole purpose is to entertain. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- If you are interested in getting involved in Side A as a performers, photographer or reviewer please drop us an email on

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