Joiners Promotions presents...
  • Sun February 19, 2012 at 19:30
  • At Joiners Southampton

RAMS' POCKET RADIO

Folk | Pop | Indie | Rock

Rams' Pocket Radio + The Static Jacks + The Lost Boys

Booking info

Doors: 19:30
Age Limit: 14
Tickets: £6.00 in advance, £7.00 on the door.

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More about Rams' Pocket Radio


“...about to scare the ******* out of every other piano based band on the planet” – Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music

“Truly remarkable, truly epic... A great name and a great band” – Rory McConnell, BBC Radio 1

“Peter McCauley is a frightening talent that will soon be on the world’s radar I have no doubt. I can’t wait to hear what he does next. I think it will be something very special indeed.” – Gary Lightbody, Snow Patrol/Q Magazine

 

Rams’ Pocket Radio is Peter McCauley, a drummer, pianist and songwriter from Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Unfettered personal expression is the focus and with the timeless works of the 1950’s product designer Dieter Rams in mind; purity, simplicity and longevity are the first concerns.

For his live performance Peter is joined onstage by friends, and between them they create an intense and unmissable musical experience. Within a year of being, the band has performed extensively throughout Northern Ireland and more recently the UK and Germany playing a variety of well attended shows and performing with artists such as Darwin Deez, Iain Archer, Duke Special and Tuneyards. Despite only being together a short time the band have already picked up an award from the Music Quest competition, and were positioned in the exclusive Hotpress ‘Hot for 2010’ list in February. Rams’ Pocket Radio has gathered a volume of positive reviews and has received airplay both locally and nationally – this includes two Radio 1 NI live sessions, selection for the prestigious BBC 6 Music ‘Introducing’ podcast with Tom Robinson, national airplay on Huw Stephens show on BBC Radio 1 and ‘Single of the Week’ on Rick O’Shea’s RTE 2FM show. Most recently Rams’ supported the legendary Foy Vance on a stint around Ireland, performed an incredibly well received set at Glastonbury Festival on the BBC introducing stage as well as undergoing a short run of headline UK tour dates and Northern Ireland festival appearances.

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Rams' Pocket Radio's Official Website
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The Lost Boys's Official Facebook Page
The Lost Boys's Official Website