A Night Of Musical Talent

At ‘The Scool’ Adonis Fuzz

On Friday 2 November The School Creative Centre presents a mega night of musical talent, featuring four dynamic bands from across the South East: psychedelic popsters Jouis, progre ssive funkst e rs Adonis Fuzz, alternative rocksters White Horizon and twinkly emo from Hey Joni. Expect perfect vocals, Hammonds, handclaps and psychedelic frippery from headliners Jouis, a psychedelic pop rock band from Bournemouth whose sound incorporates elements of the classic 60’s British sound with a modern twist. Consisting of two Jacks, two Joes, a Louis and an Adam, Jouis cite influences from the Beach Boys to Radiohead, creating a sound that has been described as a “breathtaking, refreshing change”. Their latest four-track EP Kaleidoscopic Psychotropic mixes jazz and beat grooves, gentle psychedelia, and perfect four part Magical Mystery Tour-esque harmonies.Muzik1 Muzik


Making their debut at The School three-piece band Adonis Fuzz from Hastings with their funky melodic tunesis the , awesome rhythms and hard-hitting beats. Adonis Fuzz has been described as “taking the best bits from all previous bands, adding a little secret seasoning and looking at it all through experienced eyes, what we are left with is Adonis Fuzz. The natural bi-product of a decades worth of music.” The latest show includes new tracks recently recorded and to be released later this year.

Joining them is White Horizon, a four-piece alternative rock band from Rye. They are currently an instrumental band having spent the last year writing material that is dynamic and energetic. While taking influences from all genres (alt rock, indie, djent, metal and progressive) they have aimed to create a sound of their own. They band are currently looking for a singer to complete their line-up and are using tonight’s gig as a showcase, hoping to find that missing link.

Finally from Tenterden we have Hey, Joni, formed at the beginning of 2012 and producing post-emo, alternative rock music inspired by bands such as Algernon Cadwallader and Cap’n Jazz. They’ve recently released their first three-track EP, packed full of aggressive vocals and melodic guitars that create an eclectic and innovative spirit.

Doors open 7.30pm and tickets £10 and students £8 are available online at www.theschoolcreativecentre. co.uk or from Grammar School Records, Rye.

The School Creative Centre, New Road, Rye, TN31 7LS

Sally Lampitt tel:01424 772697 mob: 07751 250398

From the November  2012

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