DescriptionNambucca has a great history of acoustic sessions dating back to Frank Turner's Sensible Sundays.
We're resurrecting the idea every Sunday when we will present a host of acoustic performers for a chilled out FREE ENTRY session.
Each act will perform three songs. If you would like to perform please email [email protected]
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The Barbarian Horde are a three-piece ukulele / cello / drums outfit, and like many things (cheese, Marmite and peanut butter on toast for example) it shouldn't work but does. The stately glide of the cello provides a solemn canvas on which the ukulele can paint its sprightly musical brush strokes, combining levity and gloom.The Horde's lyrics reflect this duality, with dour themes (overlong Sunday afternoons, men who refuse to take their coats off) rubbing shoulders with brighter ones (women who turn into trees, bracing walks on the sea front), often within the same song.
About the venueThe all-new Nambucca is a 300-capacity music venue on Holloway Road. Completely new interior, stage now visible from everywhere in the venue, state-of-the-art sound and lighting, and a conscientious team that genuinely cares about making all artists, promoters and punters happy that come through our doors.
Since reopening in late 2014 they have hosted gigs by Kaiser Chiefs, Wolf Alice, The Wombats, Fat White Family, Mac de Marco, Declan McKenna, Sundara Karma, Carl Barat, Wretch 32 and much more.