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On 1/18/2022 at 9:31 PM, guypjfreak said:

Nice, they've made the longlist. 😊

Said longlist: https://glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/etc-2022-longlist-announced-listen-to-the-acts-now/

Tom Mouse Smith, first name there, has been a prodigy doing bits and pieces in the northwest for a while now. Think he's become a bit of a regular at Tim Burgess's coffee shed venue Tim Peaks at Kendal Calling.

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On 3/18/2022 at 12:22 PM, Simpo said:

Nice, they've made the longlist. 😊

Said longlist: https://glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/etc-2022-longlist-announced-listen-to-the-acts-now/

Tom Mouse Smith, first name there, has been a prodigy doing bits and pieces in the northwest for a while now. Think he's become a bit of a regular at Tim Burgess's coffee shed venue Tim Peaks at Kendal Calling.

Brilliant news.. How do we vote old son 

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1 hour ago, Superscally said:

Aren't English Teacher supporting YYY's?

Yeah. They are great live too. I think they will pop at some point and go big. Lily Fontaine the singer is also in Eades who had an album out recently.

Mandrake Handshake are proper good. Noon Garden is one of Flamingods on his own, plays guitar over his synth backing track. Seen him and Prima Queen recently. Prima Queen have a lot going for them, supported Wet Leg on some recent UK dates.

Grandma's House are a bit of Sonic assault, really like them live. 

I've seen deep tan as well but wasn't overly impressed.

Nuha Ruby Ra is interesting. One of those people who knows everyone on the London scene like Wu-Lu. She often pops up supporting people you wouldn't expect and ends up winning the crowd over. Seems to have gone down well at SXSW the last week.

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35 minutes ago, benali said:

Yeah. They are great live too. I think they will pop at some point and go big. Lily Fontaine the singer is also in Eades who had an album out recently.

Mandrake Handshake are proper good. Noon Garden is one of Flamingods on his own, plays guitar over his synth backing track. Seen him and Prima Queen recently. Prima Queen have a lot going for them, supported Wet Leg on some recent UK dates.

Grandma's House are a bit of Sonic assault, really like them live. 

I've seen deep tan as well but wasn't overly impressed.

Nuha Ruby Ra is interesting. One of those people who knows everyone on the London scene like Wu-Lu. She often pops up supporting people you wouldn't expect and ends up winning the crowd over. Seems to have gone down well at SXSW the last week.

A lot of this sounds very good. Me like.

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3 hours ago, Chazeboy said:

I loved it years ago when they did the live stream, had technical difficulties but was still good sitting in house watching with a cider or two

Are they not doing one tonight? 

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3 hours ago, Chazeboy said:

I loved it years ago when they did the live stream, had technical difficulties but was still good sitting in house watching with a cider or two

Are they not doing one tonight? 

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