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360 tune box and 4k filming
360 tune box and 4k filming
Nambucca - London
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TF is pleased to announce it will be filming some amazing concerts in 4k for international TV broadcaster SPI (25 million subscribers). We film on Saturday 15th and 16th August at one of London's coolest live music venues, Nambucca. Established, emerging and new signed artists will perform from 530pm until midnight (Sat 15th Aug) and 1pm until midnight (Sunday 16th Aug) under the guidance of TV presenter Heather Jayne with a live audience.

The channel 360 Tunebox will keep you updated on todays hottest independent artists. 360 Tunebox is available anytime anywhere DTH, Cable, IPTV, Connected/smart Tv and mobile. Available platforms:
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We would love to invite you down to enjoy music from some of the Uk's finest acts.

For over twenty years, SPI International has been a leading supplier of theatrical films and television programming in the international market. SPI currently operates more than 30 FilmBox brand TV channels on four continents, boasts an unbeatable VOD library, and maintains more than 25 million subscribers. SPI’s strong alliances with companies such as Focus Features, The Weinstein Company, Summit Entertainment, Studio Canal, Pathe, Lakeshore Entertainment, Endemol, Wild Bunch, BBC, ITV, Beta, Freemantle Corp., and Tandem, among many others, provide endlessly compelling content, with strong recognition and high demand. SPI is also committed to using the latest technology, so audiences everywhere can enjoy easy access to its content. With its latest cutting-edge app FilmBox Live, SPI now offers live feeds of its TV channels and access to its on-demand catalogue on any Internet-connected device. SPI continues to enhance the home-entertainment experience and develop new opportunities for our partners around the world.

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Special guests performing:

The Beautiful Game
Alexis Kings
The Dust Coda
Andrew Foster
Rough Boy

The Beautiful Game are a British rock and alternative band from Camden, North London. The band have been together since 2008 and have opened for The Bluetones and played alongside Reef. 

Their single "Getting By But Only Just" has won the song of the week on the Best of Myspace charts and was reviewed by NME Radio.

The band's influences include Oasis, The Stone Roses, The Libertines, The Jam and The Strokes.


"North Londoners like me! Getting By But Only Just is the tune I'm listening to. Would be cool to catch these guys live. Do they have an album? This track sounds like the crescendo!" -James Theaker, NME Radio.

"Driving, chugging, and instantly anthemic and catchy choruses. Brit pop with teeth and a score to settle" - Gill Mills, Best of Myspace.

"These are great songs" - Frank Arkwright, Producer-U2, The Smiths, Biffy Clyro, The Charlatans

"With the Buzzcocks knack for a catchy hook and taking the playfulness of Madness, 'Losing Streak' gets people leaping about with joyful intent, as soon as they burst into a fit of energy you can't help but to join in" - 

"A great band from Camden"
Amazing Radio

Alexis Kings are set to release their debut EP “Keep It Sexy” which includes their two biggest anthems including their second release and BBC Introducing favourite "Brothers” Their unique sound of Indie Rock with an infusion of old school Hip-Hop, has been well received around the London area, leading them to play sell out shows at top London venues such as The Camden Barfly, The Horn, Camden Enterprise and Nambucca and as a support act for The Happy Monday’s and Futureproof. Their Live shows have also attracted some established music press, including features on the NME website. Furthermore, the band have been progressively gaining a lot of attention from local radio and from BBC Introducing for their expected release of EP "1972"
Hailing from St Albans, members Brendan and Sam are currently studying at University, but spend all their free time gigging in and around the London area and both giving up promising modelling careers to concentrate on their music.

“The Dust Coda mix the classic Rock ‘n’ Roll bloodlines of LA, Seattle and London – bleeding into the future with punk energy and hard rock precision.”

 After spending 12 months sporadically on the road throughout the UK, TDC hit the studio in June 2015 with producer Clint Murphy to record their debut album. What has come out of this intense 11-day session is a collection of modern classic rock n roll anthems. With a new video on its way and their debut in the bag they are ready to join the ranks and take these anthems to rock n roll fans around the world.

Andrew Foster is an acoustic guitarist influenced by traditional songwriting sensibilities. His folk infused music has received reviews from both Acoustic Magazine and BBC Introducing which comment on his ability to paint imagery through song, 'A make-believe world that draws you in like an old fairground or moonlit pathway, preferring to stay away from the normal lyrical themes of one man and guitar... Optimism and hope but also celebrating the fear of the human experience, Andrew isn't the usual troubadour songwriter'.

Andrew’s recent album release ‘Science & Magic’ was given 4 Stars by R2 Rock n Reel Magazine who said ‘Andrew has a firm but gentle voice, a melodic acoustic guitar style which is allied with intelligent lyrics’. From this album, Andrew was asked to play a live BBC Introducing Session and the tracks ‘Memory Maze’ and ‘Personal Legend’ have been regularly played on BBC Radio 6 Music and The Mark Forrest Show.

Andrew has had the pleasure of supporting: Passenger, Mumford & Sons, James Walsh (Starsailor), Mark Morriss (The Bluetones), Chris Helme (The Seahorses), Turin Brakes, Danny & the Champions of the World, Charlene Soraia and Terry Reid.

Where were you born?
Sale, Cheshire, in Northern England.

When did you first start singing and playing the guitar?
Well, I first started playing the guitar when I was eight. I was walking through the corridor at school and heard a teacher playing some folk music and I stood there and listened and afterwards she asked if I would like to learn, so I went back the following day for my first lesson. My first song was 'Mull of Kintyre' by Sir Paul McCartney.
I started singing that following Christmas when I was asked to play the Prince in the school production Snow White.

Have you ever had singing lessons?
Yes, I had a singing lesson when I lived in Blackpool and the teacher wanted me to sing a load of Elvis numbers and try to sound exactly like him at which point I turned to her and said....‘I can’t do this’ and left. The thought of ‘innovate don’t imitate’ came to mind.

Do you play any other instruments?
Yes, I play piano, bass guitar and rhythm & lead guitar as well as the clarinet, drums and percussion.

Have you been in any bands?
Lots! My first band was called ‘Enough is Enough’, my second was called ‘Venturer’ where I was fortunate to play with an exceptional guitarist, Andy Gavin, who is, as I am led to believe, one of the worlds top 100 guitarists! My next band was ‘Rendezvous’. After that I was in a band called ‘Sister Rose’ and then ‘Blue Jay Way’ who I toured New York with. Then ‘Bluefoot’, then ‘Beanjuice’, then ‘Aramis’ and since then I've been a solo artist. All were great bands and great times were had.


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