Basement Live/s

This month Luton Lives are bringing an eclectic line up to Basement Lives. The overarching theme is simply one of quality. Whether it's electronic music, political folk or soulful acoustic music each of the artists presented are at the top of their game. This one is for fans of the artists and people who appreciate great music, whatever the genre.

Running Time: 3 hours. Bar opens at 7pm, doors to the auditorium opens at 7.30pm.

Line Up

Bitman

https://www.facebook.com/bitmanofficial

https://open.spotify.com/artist/7gupiURZDftDm2OGGrR3is

Bitman is the brainchild of Paul Batchelor. After 20 years of making and performing electronic music it was time to create something purely fun and visually exciting. The music incorporates many genres and yet isn't tied to one. 8bit sounds and pop culture references as well as often overlooked observations from the world permeate each track making each piece of music unique. A hyperactive stage show that is an audio/visual assault to the senses.

Bitman has a new album and a single, both available on streaming sites.

The Hanging Bandits

https://thehangingbandits.wordpress.com/

https://youtu.be/UM8TJ5QtIyA?si=Al-i12RCcsx-T1iW

The Hanging Bandits are a folk rock four-piece from Hertfordshire. Doing pretty much everything in house, with the support of our extended network of filmmakers, designers and talented friends. Our influences include musicians like Bob Dylan, Father John Misty, Lankum and The Jam, although a lot of what we do is inspired by Hip Hop and the writing we love. We have developed a style which combines folk with aspects of grunge and brit-pop and emphasises lyricism, usually focused around working class life and themes of friendship or society.

Blake Baker

https://www.facebook.com/BlakeBakermusic

Blake Baker is a soulful singer/songwriter and acoustic musician originally from the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border but now based locally.

Powerful, poignant and packed with passion, soulful acoustic singer- songwriter Blake Baker's original material continues to resonate with listeners in both digital and physical settings.

Reptile House

Following a successful tour across the UK with Lizzie and the Banshees, Reptile

Hat Factory Arts Centre | 8.15pm

Missing The Ferry

Missing The Ferry are three Luton-based brothers and their 2 best friends who

Hat Factory Arts Centre | 8pm

LGBTIQ+ Karaoke Night

Are you a Secret ‘Sing Star’ fanatic? Can you belt out bangers from

Hat Factory Arts Centre | Doors at 5pm, Karaoke from 8pm
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