Thursday, October 15, 2009

Jeremy baits

"Lay aside the electronic crooner side and think Shins, Beach Boys, Beulah" is what we wrote the other day about Diamonds From Coal by Acres, Acres, the new band project of Jeremy Warmsley. Well, see for yourself as it's free to download for all. Coming up for the band: a few London gigs, an album next year and possibly a fist fight with Acres And Acres.

Coming up for Warmsley, a solo acoustic tour:

21 Free instore at Pure Groove, Farringdon
22 Reading Oakford Social Club
23 Brighton New Hero
24 Bristol Louisiana
25 Oxford Wheatsheaf
26 Derby Royal
27 Birmingham Hare & Hound (free)
28 Leicester Firebug (expensive. Rather pleasingly, J-Wo's Myspace refers to this date as 'Sweeping The Nation @ The Firebug', as if it's a proper venture)
29 Norwich Birdcage
30 Winchester Railway
1 Manchester Kro Bar
2 Aberdeen Tunnels
3 Inverness Hootananny
4 Nowhere yet, but he's looking - get in touch (with him, not us) if you're Scottish and have a place free
5 Glasgow Brel
6 Wakefield Escobar

At those gigs you'll be able to buy an acoustic EP of four old favourites plus a cover. Or you can download it, if you really don't want Warmsley to get hold of your money. It's via Cashmusic, of whom Jeremy also reveals:
"CASH is a not-for-profit organisation based in Rhode Island, Florida, USA. They are very fine people who help bands develop the tools to get their music heard by more people. They made that lovely site for the 5 Versions EP above. Anyway they're having a fancy raffle to raise a bit of money for their operation and I've donated a prize. You can buy a ticket for $15 and if you win, you can have me record a cover song of your choice (within reason and subject to discussion - and by this I mean I'm not going to do any Atomic Kitten songs - S Club yes, Atomic Kitten no). More at There's some other great prizes there, too."

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