After a successful outing to Manchester for this years BBC 6 Music Festival, waving the flag for our great island city to those who attended and played, the team behind your favourite local record store have just announced the first Pie & Vinyl Presents of the year. To mark the start of a week of events in the build up to Record Store Day 2014,
At Portsmouth’s historic venue The Square Tower, Pie & Vinyl have teamed up with the charity Action for Hearing Loss to bring you an incredible artist that you will hear lots of in the very near future…Mr Oliver Wilde.
Bristol native Oliver Wilde is a producer in mind and a master songwriter at heart. Oliver’s music evokes beautifully crafted soundscape’s drizzled with layers of electronics, which all together map out his influences like a perfect dot-to-dot puzzle. A heady mix of swooping, indie downer-pop with a melancholic euphoria shoe-gaze, folk and minimal electro all play a big part in Oliver’s music.
Supporting Oliver Wilde on the night will be the fantastic solo artist and the latest signing to Pie & Vinyl Records, The Boy I Used To Be. The highly rated solo artist of from Portsmouth has a fantastic looking year ahead of him. The self titled debut EP is now available on iTunes his mix of pop and folk are something that most certainly should not be missed.
There will be an assortment of drinks for sale on the night, but also Pie & Vinyl will be selling their hot pies too plus their vegan cousins from Sweetie Pie Bakery who will also be in attendance selling a range of their gluten free vegan sweet pies too
£4 is all it costs to attend on Saturday 12th April for all the food and music, with all profits from the night being donated to the nominated charity, Action on Hearing Loss. Tickets are available in store now and HERE, but be swift – as they have a limited capacity.