Two big names – and one new one – make tracks for Sound Knowledge
Two big names in music are making tracks for record shop Sound Knowledge this month.
On Monday, January 18 from 6.30pm, Mystery Jets will be performing a live set at neighbouring Azuza, followed by a signing session of their new album Curve of the Earth.
The indie rock band first performed in Marlborough back in 2006, on the release of their debut album Making Dens.
And on Friday, January 29, from 6.30pm, Turin Breaks will be gracing the Azuza stage, ahead of a signing session at Sound Knowledge.
Lost Property is the band's seventh album and the follow up to We Were Here, which the band also promoted at Sound Knowledge back in 2013.
It will be a fourth visit for the folk rock four-piece, who had a Top Five hit in 2003 with (Painkiller) Summer Rain.
Finally, on Sunday, January 31 from 4.30pm the Azuza stage will be given over to hotly-tipped duo Seafret, who will be playing and signing in support of their debut album, Tell Me Its Real.
Tickets to all performances are free on condition of purchase of an album. Fans can register their interest for performances on the Sound Knowledge Facebook Page.