New night at The brink brings some of the most upcoming North West bands to Liverpool
7 years ago
Liverpool Noise will be hosting a brand new music night at The Brink on Wednesday 17th September, showcasing some of the best local performers and bands. As a publication, they have always championed up-and-coming musicians and believe that the Brink is a brilliant, innovative venue to host such an event.
On the lineup…
Darma are building a rock-solid following in their hometown of Manchester. The trio led by frontman Harry Corbett hit the stage like a rock hurricane, tearing through their high octane set, dragging the crowd with them. Having already released two EPs in 2016, Darma have more releases planned before the end of the year. They have already had a track played on BBC Introducing Manchester and are set to become a must-see band this year.
Alternative rock band SPQR from Liverpool are known for pushing musical boundaries. They also have a reputation for Art Rock excellence at their shows and are creating quite a stir on the local live music circuit.
Elijah James and the Nightmares
The darkly dulcet tones of Elijah James are a rich delight. His voice is reminiscent of Nick Cave, but the sound is smoother and more melodic, making him an interesting addition to any line up.
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The Brink is a big believer in promoting wellbeing and creativity and the previous events they have held have been an inspiration for Liverpool Noise to continue their good work.
To support what the Brink is all about, profits from the night will go to Action on Addiction, whom the Brink are managed by.
Join the Facebook event page here https://www.facebook.com/events/288025528225794/