NEW SHOW- STARSAILOR FRONTMAN JAMES WALSH PLAYS IN APRIL!

The Soundhouse & Wake up promotions present Starsailor’s James Walsh for an intimate show on Saturday 2nd April!

After almost a decade with his enormous yet somehow tender, fragile voice fronting multi-million selling band Starsailor, James Walsh has emerged as a singer-songwriter in his own right, with his debut solo album, TURNING POINT (released 2014). The album is a collection of 11 incredible compositions, which showcase James’ maturity as an exceptional songwriter and unique vocalist.

At this point it’s worth considering the overnight success and instant stardom James experienced in Starsailor. One minute the band were unknown in Wigan, the next they were being hailed as “the new Coldplay” after only their second gig, and front covers of magazines like NME proclaimed propelled their debut album – featuring what would become James’s trademark lovelorn voice and epic songs – into the Top 10. They ended up selling over three million albums, and enjoying adventures like supporting U2 at the Stade de France, when 2004’s Four To The Floor was Number One in the country and seeing the stadium “go absolutely mad”, before watching U2 and ending up in Dublin, being offered advice by Bono. All of this began when James was only 21 years of age.

TURNING POINT is very much a coming of age album, full of wonderful examples of James’s ability to weave inspiring melodies round simple chords, creating timeless and classic songs.

Expect to hear the very best of Starsailor and James solo material in an intimate setting!

£12 ADV tickets via SeeTickets.

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THE CROOKES & MISTY MILLER RETURN TO THE VENUE TONIGHT!

The Soundhouse is delighted to welcome the return of Sheffield’s Indie stars The Crookes tonight in support of their new album “Lucky Ones”.

Steve Lamacq called them “one of the most hardworking and prolific bands of the underground.” Nylon Magazine labelled them “potential leaders of England’s smart, taut ‘New-Pop’ movement” and Popmatters simply insisted they make “near-perfect guitar pop.”

They are joined on tour by the incredible talent of Misty Miller who returns to the venue after a stunning performance in 2013.

Local support from Ross Willett.

Tickets via SeeTickets or more on the door.

7.30pm doors

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CASBAH MMP RETURNS WITH A NIGHT OF MOD ROCK ‘N’ ROLL FOR IVW16!

TONIGHT Casbah Music Management and Promotions presents
The Harmonics + Mellor + The Keepers + Kynch as part of Independent Venue Week at The Soundhouse Leicester!

7.30pm doors.

Tickets via WeGotTickets or on the door:
£6 OTD/£5 NUS

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INDEPENDENT VENUE WEEK KICKS OFF TONIGHT WITH LIFE!

INDEPENDENT VENUE WEEK 2016 & THE SOUNDHOUSE PRESENT TONIGHT:

LIFE
Alternative band from the city of Hull.
They have been championed by the likes of Steve Lamacq on BBC 6 Music and Huw Stephens on Radio 1 who has tipped them for big things in 2016. The band also featured on Radio 1′s best of BBC Introducing list 2015 as well as earning a slot on the Introducing Stage at Reading & Leeds Festival. Check out their new single ‘Popular Music’.

Phobophobes
Phobophobes hail from Peckham, and have built their very own sonic laboratory. Dirty, gritty psychedelia, the band match the low-slung growl of The Birthday Party, say, to the organ-wash of The Seeds. Their latest release is on RIP Records “Advertise Your Life / Make A Person.”

The Lids
Promising young Leicester based 3-piece who have recently released “The Blacklist EP” after building up a steady fan base over the past year.

£6 ADV via SeeTickets or more on the door. 7.30pm doors

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NEW SHOW- DREAMING IN COLOUR PRESENTS INTERNET SENSATION NATHAN GRISDALE IN APRIL!

NEW SHOW- Dreaming In Colour Productions presents Internet sensation Nathan Grisdale on Friday 1st April!

Tour support from Sam Tompkins Music plus local’s Toby Joe Leonard + Abandon Her

Tickets on sale now, don’t miss out: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/347583

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