The songs are short and you might get a free biscuit.
Imagine Richard Stilgoe got stuck in the matter transporter from ‘The Fly’ with John Shuttleworth, Half Man Half Biscuit and Terry Nutkins (RIP). Now imagine the music the resulting creature might produce… Yes that’s right, I agree, but still aren’t you curious?
In the great tradition of British end-of-the-pier pointlessness, Mr. Lobby Lud hales from the imaginary coastal resort of Regis-on-Sea. Although he aspires to play the tuba whilst riding the bicycle, Lobby Lud is more often seen clutching a ukulele and attempting to hide behind a screen of kazoos and a veneer of respectability. Nobody is fooled. Nowadays he is backed by a splendid bunch of chaps which Mr. Lud has modestly dubbed The Luddites.
Georgina Brett’s music is created using her voice and effects pedals, creating instant choirs of sound often in an hypnotic style. The point of this music is not only to captivate with extraordinary timing and melodic style but also to help the listener to relax, in our ever increasingly fast world. Her latest album is a double album of vocal works with no lyrics. highlighting the voice as an instrument, and as a vehicle for emotional expression.
Alternative blues-rock band from Leeds. “Born into a bathtub of whiskey and dried with a beard doused in cigarette smoke, they’re the bar band we all wish we were in.” Damian Girling, Songwriting Magazine