26 Jan 2008 - 20:30
It's amazing how music can change a listener's mood. In 1999 people claimed Marilyn Manson's music drove two children to kill at Columbine School (No one actually believed that though did they? .Ed), his music was so darkly motivated, in addition if you turn up The Horrors while walking home on a Saturday night you feel invincible. Whereas if you wake up listening to the wonderful sound of Slow Club, you know you are in for a glorious day. With their blissful harmonies and twee melodies they make a summer's day look surprisingly dull. The duo consisting of young school friends, Charles and Rebecca are just as bright as their songs. Tonight we are sat in the dark dingy setting of musical haunt The Washington yet the couple resemble the mood of a student barbeque. Rebecca, never seen in anything less casual than a summer dress is childlike as she twists her golden blonde hair, leaving Charles to provide the level headed approach. Today with a single, video and tour in the pipeline the band are stressed, although you'd never know it.
Moving Tone endeavours to promote and publicise live music in rural and urban Cambridgeshire. We wish to reflect the landscape of live music locally in Cambridgeshire at as little direct cost as possible to lovers and organisers of good music. To assist us in this, we ask for a donation to help us maintain our service.
You can donate by using a credit/debit card through paypal by clicking the button below, or send a cheque to us made payable to Moving Tone, 6A Green End, Comberton, Cambs CB23 7DY (please mark the back of the cheque: DONATION). Thank you.