Substance

Sat Feb 4th 2023
Substance at the Spice of Life
The Spice of Life
6 Moor Street Soho London W1D 5NA
Doors:6.00pm Admission:£7 in advance /£9 OTD

She Made Me Do It
She Made Me Do It
She Made Me Do It release their new EP ‘Starlust and Other Tales’ on the 25th March, 2022.

The intent to create instantly gratifying post punk infused electronic rock has forever been within SheMMDI’s sights. This new 6 track EP takes their blueprint to extremes in a flurry of catchy choruses and riffs. The lightning has well and truly been captured on these fantastic new recordings.

She Made Me Do It are Shaheena Dax (Rachel Stamp) - Vocals, Bass, Keyboards and Will Crewdson (Rachel Stamp, Adam Ant band) Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards. They are joined live by Joe Holweger (Adam Ant Band) on drums.

The EP was produced and mixed by John Mitchell and will be available on limited CD as well as all the usual digital options.

Delta Unit
Delta Unit
A heady mix of 60's psychedelic rock/ punk/ powerpop....

Amaya
Amaya
Blending orchestral dark pop with electronic influences, Amaya continues to evolve her distinctive and unmistakable sound. Dramatic, cinematic and thought-provoking, her unique style takes influence from artists such asAu/Ra and FJORA, whilst maintaining an identity of its own. Whether listening at home in a quiet dark corner of the room or catching her enigmatic live performance, Amaya is one artist that you won't forget.

Bruno Giacomazzi
Bruno Giacomazzi
Bruno Giacomazzi is a guitarist, singer-songwriter, and guitar tutor who started his career at the age of 12. In 2012, when he was only 16 years old, he formed his first band named "Stay Johnny". Months later, the talented group début in "Cult In Music", a famous Brazilian band competition, winning the prizes of 'Best Band' and 'Best Lead Guitarist'. The band competition was sponsored by "Cultura Inglesa" English school.

One year later, Bruno Giacomazzi and his band performed at "Cultura Inglesa Festival", sharing the stage with British artists such as Kate Nash, The Magic Numbers and The Dark Jokes. Due to their successful performance, the band was the opening act for one of the most famous bands in Brazil, "Capital Inicial". The gig took place at HSBC Brasil venue in São Paulo and had an audience of 3,000 people.

Years later, the band was dissolved and Bruno decided to start his solo career, moving to London in 2017. Following his blues/rock style, he performed at the famous "Cavern Club" in Liverpool, "Ain't Nothin' But Blues Bar”, "Hope & Anchor", and many other venues. Bruno has already released 3 video clips on YouTube, two original songs and one cover, reaching more than 130K views in total. Bruno has also released a 5-track EP called "Black Hat”. It is available on all digital platforms and as physical copies.

In January 2019, he started a new project called: Bruno Giacomazzi & The Foreigners. In the same year, Bruno and the band performed at London Chinese New Year. After the gig, they were interviewed by London Live channel. The interview was broadcasted one week later. They band has performed in Norway in the following cities: Lillestrom, Oslo and Notodden. In Notodden, the band was invited to perform at the Notodden Blues Festival. The Notodden Blues Festival is the largest blues festival in Europe, and it is widely known as "Europe's best blues experience"

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