Artistic Echoes Blog – Open Mic’s, Stockport Creative Festival, Our Very Own Show

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1920329_726177447393931_755473363_aWe have had a very busy few months at Artistic Echoes as I’m sure you can tell by all the posts. It’s been a really exciting time with Headlander Festival just around the corner, working with Transmission X on their creative direction, planning our first event at Kiva, running our own Open Mic Night at the Swan With Two Necks and our very own radio show is about to start on Canalside’s The Thread.

Artistic Echoes will be starting our own weekly magazine show premièring on Canalside’s The Thread 102.8FM next Tuesday. We will take a look at all the week’s pop culture news including films, games, TV, YouTube. We will also be playing the best of ‘Artistic Echoes Presents’ which will be recorded live The Swan With Two Necks Open Mic Night and at our live events at Kiva Club. Throw in our own unique blend of  indie and unsigned music and you have will have a show not to be missed. Tune in on 102.8FM or at http://www.thethread.org.uk/.

download (1)Thanks to everyone that came down to our first ever open mic night, it was a lot of fun. We had a whole variety of performers on stage from poetry from Michael Chisholm – Spoken Word, an acoustic performance from Matthew Turner (with bonus football commentary), A newly formed tio wondered why there is no Hogwarts Ride at Alton Towers, a traditional Scottish song from Andrew Smith and James Olliers unique Spanish Song. Same time again next week everyone!

We will be down at Stockport Creative Festival this Saturday with the Headlander and Longevity Crew. Some great live music that we’re providing including Martin Boulter MusicSarah de Warren MusicJames Christy, Matthew Turner, Sophie Stock, and Joe Barker. Along with Akcadamy, Dom Major from BIMM Manchester and Phantomz, Bones and Shauna Mackin fromLongevityRecords Label. There will also be a whole host of other activities including Rockahula, Rolla Girls, Teenage Market, Vintage Village and over 30 stalls along Great Underbank

 

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