Hello lovely person!
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!
- 16 November 2015
With the nights drawing in and an event sandwiched between Halloween and Firework’s Night, we felt it was only right we fill a saucepan or two with mulled wine and invite our audience to cosy down into the crypt for November’s Acoustic Sunday.
- 16 November 2015
Having planned an autumnal spectacular, Sunday 4th October turned out to be a beautiful, sunny day. We started the day discussing whether we should even hold the event outside but with a lack of street lights, felt the evening may become a tad cold and dark!
- 24 September 2015
For September’s event, we teamed up with Sunday Circus to bring you a very special ‘Acoustic Sunday Circus’.
The weather was kind to us and we were able to hold the last of summer-time events outside on the ‘terrace'. The day started a little dramatically with the realisation that despite the weather, we may not be able to hold Acoustic Sunday in the street - someone had parked a car in the middle of our usual space… right where the bands go!
- 19 July 2015
On 5th July, the Acoustic Sundays team descended on St Peter's Crypt, De Beauvoir to hold their 'Midsummer Gala' with all of it's festival vibes (rain included!)
- 17 May 2015
May’s Acoustic Sunday started pretty dramatically. Rick’s van broke down in the middle of Green Lanes with all the delicious food, equipment & boozed for Acoustic Sunday! After a few panicked phone calls and a visit from Mr Green Flag, the van was given wings (maybe Rick drank a Redbull!) and arrived in a flash!