The Boileroom presents:

The Watermelon Complex

+ NÁNYË + Casey Lake + Rila's Edge

The BOILEROOM, Guildford, GB

£3.50adv.
Entry Requirements: 16+

Uncle Roy presents The Watermelon Complex and Nányë at The Boileroom. Another night of the best up and coming talent from in and around Guildford. This time it will be The Watermelon Complex / Nányë / Casey Lake / Rila’s Edge bringing the noise.

£3.50 ADV £5 OTD (ticket link coming very soon)

The Watermelon Complex

We are an upcoming band from the Woking area. We focus on blues and rock with elements of progressive rock in some tracks.

https://soundcloud.com/water-melon-555029584

Nányë

A collaboration between artists Oli Rushen, Elliot Hingston, Roman Banwell, and Ella Joy; Nányë is the brainchild of four progressive individuals. Their sound is a hybrid of electronic and analogue, luring an attentive listener through vibrant soundscapes, expanding over many genres and styles.

https://soundcloud.com/nanyemusic

Casey Lake

Meet Casey Lake, a 3 piece rock band with a strong hint of grunge. Think Alice in Chains or Sound Garden, for the grunge flavours and The Wildhearts or Feeder for more of a UK feel.

https://soundcloud.com/caseylakeuk

Rila’s Edge

Line Up

The Watermelon Complex

A blossoming collaboration between artists Oli Rushen and Ella Joy, Nányë is the outcome of a fusion of the roots from two exciting artists. Their sound is a hybrid of electronic and acoA collaboration between artists Oli Rushen, Elliot Hingston and Ella Joy; Nányë is the brainchild of three progressive individuals. Their sound is a hybrid of electronic and analogue, luring an attentive listener through vibrant soundscapes, expanding over many genres and styles. Based in London, UK, Nányë is built upon the binding philosophy of modern progressive living, self exploration, and creative expression through sound. With their Début EP deep in the works, Nányë will have their first release in the summer of 2017, and hope to bring their unique atmosphere to venues and festivals throughout 2017. Nányë’s first release represents the fusion of three vibrant compositional approaches. Bound by a love of electronic rhythm and over three decades of instrumental exploration, the percussive and melodic voices of Nányë blend into a soundscape full of strong transitional landscapes, spiralling production and delicate instrumentation. Influenced by the production, philosophy and contemporary structures of artists such as John Fruciante, Shigeto, Bonobo and Portishead, Nányë’s debut promises a vast expanse of evolving sounds, with progressive movement, and lyrics articulating the baffling concepts behind existence.ustic, luring an attentive listener in to a journey within the sonic soundscapes.

Based in the UK, Nányë is built upon the foundation of the passion for self expression, and the excitement for the journey that the creative development of a sound can bring for the individual.

Yet to unleash their new material, Nányë will be releasing an EP during the summer of 2017, and hope to be circuiting their unique sound round their favourite festivals this year.A blossoming collaboration between artists Oli Rushen and Ella Joy, Nányë is the outcome of a fusion of the roots from two exciting artists. Their sound is a hybrid of electronic and acoustic, luring an attentive listener in to a journey within the sonic soundscapes.

Based in the UK, Nányë is built upon the foundation of the passion for self expression, and the excitement for the journey that the creative development of a sound can bring for the individual.

Yet to unleash their new material, Nányë will be releasing an EP during the summer of 2017, and hope to be circuiting their unique sound round their favourite festivals this year.

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With a background that includes exposure on BBC Introducing, airplay in the USA, a spot in a feature film and making the national news on Russian TV, Casey Lake may be young but they have impeccable credentials. Based in Guildford, the bandʼs original material combines pounding rhythms, smart arrangements, big riffs and endless melodic hooks to produce a powerful mix thatʼs impossible to resist. Drawing from many influences, including Feeder, The Wildhearts, Foo Fighters and Soundgarden through to Incubus and Tool, the band place maximum importance on writing the highest quality contemporary rock songs, which they deliver with stunning power. Guitar and vocals - George MacLean Bass - Sam Wilson Drums - Jack Geary

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Rila's Edge