Lights, camera, action for new venue
Norwich's newest major music venue comes alive tonight, Friday December 7 (doors 8pm) with a special gig featuring Def Tex and The Neutrinos.
Norwich's newest major music venue comes alive tonight, Friday December 7 (doors 8pm) with a special gig.
Epic on Magdalen Street is the former Anglia TV studio where such staples as Trisha, Loose Women and Nicholas Parsons' Sale of the Century were filmed and has now been transformed into a Creative Industries Enterprise Hub housing a variety of businesses large and small as well as retaining its broadcast studios.
Its biggest individual studio holding 350 people will reverberate to the sounds of Def Tex, the Neutrinos and Ray Brower.
The bands will spread themselves around two stages allowing surprise guests and novel collaborations.
Def Tex are the East of England's foremost hip hop exponents, and their acclaimed new album Thanks But No Thanks was released earlier this year.
Art-punkers the Neutrinos championed the UK rock scene at Berlin's British Music Week and were one of the biggest draws at Toronto's NXNE Festival. This year's album One Way Kiss on Wet Nurse Records received rave reviews and has just been repressed to meet demand.
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Fall- and Can-influenced RayBrower are another Wet Nurse act, with their first release out early in 2008.
Tickets £4 adv (£3.50 NUS) from Soundclash, Playhouse Bar, Epic, Cult Clothing and Beatniks (Magdalen Street).