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!

Remember Remember Acoustic Sunday November!

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.

The Open-Mic Session was an extra special treat this month with five stunning performances beginning Acoustic Sunday with an abundance of talent. Next up, previous Acoustic Sunday open mic-er Alex Seel took to the stage to share more of his music with our audience. Walking Wounded then got us all moving with their funky, upbeat tunes. Martin Bengtsson told us some urban tales and TGYM showed us how creative young Londoners can be. Classically trained in piano and voice, Lima Alpha Uniform brought some cross-genre tunes and Nele Needs a Holiday rounded off the day by making us laugh and (almost) cry!

If you missed this one, or are already having Acoustic Sunday withdrawal, check out the links below to have a listen to our musical line up: Alex Seel; Walking Wounded; Martin Bengtsson; TGYM; Lima Alpha Uniform, and Nele Needs a Holiday.

Our media team not only filmed a couple of tracks of each band (keep an eye on YouTube) but Henry (our resident Photographer) managed to snap over 450 photos, some of which you can see below.