Martin Harley Chocolate Jesus plus more great music at The Convent

Posted on 21. Nov, 2015 by in Featured, Music

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Martin Harley performing Chocolate Jesus in The Convent Club chapel. Plus see Martin Harley performing Thousand Mile Of Sky:

Watch the whole show here:

And here are links to more great recent music at The Convent:

Dana Immanuel is a banjo-toting, whiskey-drinking, poker-playing singer-songwriter currently operating from a north London hideout from which emerges a sound more usually associated with the bayou, triple filtered through bourbon, washboard, and a touch of alt-country eccentricity. With the five-piece, all-girl Stolen Band, Dana has been getting feet stomping across the UK folk, blues, Americana and rock scenes. Here is Dana Immanuel And The Stolen Band performing Nashville: and performing Rock Bottom:

Essex-born Kevin Pearce performing Lonely Soul and Working Class Hero: and performing Dynamite:

Mark Morriss is a singer songwriter who famously made his name fronting English indie outfit The Bluetones – here he is performing Duchess: and performing Pink Bullets:

The Treacherous Orchestra story is one of many strands, a tale told spanning the length and breadth of Scotland. An undefinable collective force fusing people, concepts, styles and influences, shaping a musical supergroup that defies description. From the North to the South, East to the West they came, converging in the musical melting-pot of Glasgow, trading ideas over beers and playing music with ferocity, verve and passion. This is a tale of musical origins…….Treacherous Orchestra performing Sea Of Okhotsk:  and Treacherous Orchestra performing Superfly:

Americana group The Grahams performing The Spinner:

Well loved and ubiquitous session cello player Beth Porter takes centre stage with her debut album release “Open Doors”. Here’s Beth Porter And The Availables performing Salty Water:

One of Brit-Folks brightest young guns: a blistering 5-piece band fusing folk, blues and rock. On the cutting edge of the contemporary music scene with all the verve and mystique of ancient folk music traditions from across the globe. Mawkin performing Andro / Lang Stayed Away: and Mawkin performing Young May Moon:

In the space of only a short few years and two stellar albums, Blue Rose Code, Edinburgh-born Ross Wilson, has gone from song-writing in the obscurity of an East London flat to being celebrated by the industry and fans alike as a legacy artist whose work stands alone, unsullied by the restrictions of trend. Here’s Blue Rose Code performing Polkstown Waltz: and Blue Rose Code performing Grateful:

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