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Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

HELLO lovers of great live mu­sic. gives me im­mense plea­sure to in­form you that Tram­po­lene are re­turn­ing to The Crown and Treaty on Ox­ford Road, Uxbridge this Fri­day. The drums will rum­ble and the bass will be a-thun­der­ing while guitars screech and thrash their way through what is guar­an­teed to be an awe­some set from this

three piece. Riffs galore adorn each gem of a song which is de­liv­ered with vo­cal might and at­ti­tude. Highly rated by

and The Guardian who pre­dict “huge suc­cess” Tram­po­lene truly are liv­ing the dream. www.tram­po­

Flank­ing Tram­po­lene on the bill are Venice Trip. Back by popular de­mand due to their last Treaty ap­pear­ance back in Oc­to­ber 2014.

This four piece have a psy­che­delic edge to their sound rem­i­nis­cent of The or Pink Floyd although ev­ery com­po­si­tion tends to evolve into some­thing quite their own and un­ex­pected.

The once knighted Venice Trip “Stu­dent Band Of The Year”, quite an ac­co­lade.

Check them out here www. sound­­mu­sic

on Fri­day’s lineup are The Sil­ver Stags who la­bel them­selves as tra­di­tional rock and roll.

have to ar­gue that they’re more than that. Mo­town and Soul might de­scribe them bet­ter but they are cer­tainly tra­di­tional in that it’s a fine ex­am­ple of raw en­ergy.

Singer Free­man can belt them out like a trouper and their per­for­mance might give the feel of a sweaty mod club in the mid 1960s.

You’re in for a good night. www. sound­­ver­stag­suk

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