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We’re Sound Advice and once a month we run Acoustic Sundays, a fluffy community music all-dayer that is, if anything, *too* friendly, welcoming and talented. A chilled day of super-excellent hot and cold running music, our mission is to bring you, the charming and delightful public wonderful sounds you might not previously have heard without having to pay through the nose and remortgage your kidneys for the privilege. If you have socks then they you should prepare to have them blown off (gently). Come say hello!

Price : Free Entry / Donations
Date : Sunday 5th June 2016
Time : 2:30pm until around 7:00pm
Place : The Crypt Cafe, St. Peter's Church, Hackney, London, N1 4DA

Get your festival fix without leaving the borough as Acoustic Sundays brings the sounds of summer to the heart of Hackney all season long!

In June, Acoustic Sundays returns to St Peter’s Church Hackney and - if the sun keeps shining - will transform Northchurch Terrace into a mini festival!

Join us for Open Mics from 2:30 PM, followed by performances by:

Janos Music - Asoulful brand of pop, punk and folk, inspired by artists like James Taylor, Frank Turner, Gaslight Anthem and Tallest Man on Earth.

Lucy Evans - A London-born, Leicester-raised and Manchester-made singer/songwriter influenced by Joni Mitchell, Laura Marling and Jeff Buckley.

Kat Kenna - London based indie-pop artist.

Penniless Cove - Gin soaked folk pop…songs tangled in the city. The band draw audiences into “an intricate and expansive soundscape” where playful melodies meet pensive lyrics.

The King's Parade - An assured touch of classic Detroit blues with melodic, crossover pop has frontman Olly Corpe and his band evoking the crafted sounds of Jamie Woon, Leon Bridges and Son Little.

Cain & Abel: Here’s a taste of what you can expect https://soundcloud.com/caine-abel-527959967

Guiding us through the afternoon will be special guest MCs Loose Brie – a double act that get it right first tim, every tim – as they pay Acoustic Sundays a visit before taking their show up to Edinburgh Festival this August.

As always, our pop-up bar will be selling local and sensibly priced drinks – with beers from London Fields, gin and vodka from East Liquor Company and a variety of soft drinks.

Street food sensation 2 Fingers - 'London's original fish finger bad boys', will be back in residence in search of the Holy Grail that is the ‘Ultimate Fish Finger Sandwich Experience!’

See you at The Crypt!