Emerge is our local band night, showcasing exciting new local talent. Come along to support these talented artists, check out some new music and potentially see the international stars of the future!
Fuze is a four piece Pop/Rock band. Formed in 2018, they have played at a variety of different venues and events, including ‘Bury Sound’, ‘Ipswich Music Day’, and ‘Strawberry Fair’. They have published a multitude of their own original songs on Spotify, racking up a total of over 25,000 streams and 300 monthly listeners. They’ve been featured as guests on Cambridge 105’s ‘New Music Generator Show’, and have gained a good reputation in the Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge Music Scene.
Will Foley is a singer/songwriter from Ipswich. Will was named ‘artist to watch in 2023’ by BBC introducing Suffolk and has been playing the East Anglian music scene for the last 3 years doing countless open mics and gigs. He has headlined shows in Ipswich, Norwich and Colchester! Will and his band will play through his the new album featuring big rock tracks and thoughtful acoustic songs all with an emphasis on self growth and discovering yourself.
Bamboo Powders is a sound which starts out sleazy, becomes disgruntled and finishes as perverse fun. Mentored by Yardley Rio, a complete recluse with a temper. Hector Blem (Bamboo Powders) becomes an onstage preacher for a New Gospel filled with lies and truths, twisted by a style of free flow like Jonathan Richman crossed with Patti smith
Panic Stations are an East Anglian two-piece making low fidelity, high energy garage post-punk. Dizzying fuzziness is peppered with references to literature and pop culture. They juggle the aesthetics of Wire, The Wedding Present, Thee Oh Sees, Parquet Courts, Bodega, and Squid.