Loudhailer Electric Company had a brilliant three days recording the next release with Mikey Scott in Studio94. Watch out for the EP coming soon - we've got a summer solstice launch party at Kardomah94 Midsummer Night's Scream, June 21st details here with preview on BBC Introducing the week before. Have a look at Rich's gallery of … Continue reading LECo Recording New Release!
Coming up! From Original Psychedelia to Progressive Post Rock - Terra Fin, William Nowik and Loudhailer Electric Company, at Kardomah94, Saturday 20th October 2018 £8/£5, doors 7.30pm. Live music spanning original psychedelic folk to new alternative post rock takes a trip from USA, Lithuania and West Yorkshire to Kingston upon Hull. “The room rocked from the first track … Continue reading It’s time for a psychedelic gathering!
It was the night of the blood moon when the brewing storm broke with full force. As the heavens opened and thunder & lightning put on an impressive show outside, Loudhailer Electric Company engaged gear at K94 for the hottest gig of the year, Nostalgia! Psychedelia! Poetica! Thanks to our buddies the fabulous Sleeperman for a … Continue reading Loudhailer Electric Company & the Blood Moon
How fantastic to welcome the sensational Nick Harper to play a solo show to a full house at Hull's Kardomah94 as part of his '100 Things' 20 date sell out tour. To celebrate his collection of around 20 albums Nick invited requests from his back catalogue of 100 or so songs. He charmed the crowd … Continue reading Nick Harper K94 Hull
Brand new outing for The Dark Guitar, Loudhailer Electric Company, live at Hull's Kardomah94 Original psychedelic sounds featuring members of seminal cult bands Red Guitars, Dead Fingers Talk and The Planet Wilson. “Cutting edge, psychedelic folk music of the highest quality.” Alan Raw, with Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music. Loudhailer Electric Company released their debut studio album – … Continue reading The Dark Guitar
Richard Strange's Strange - and Wonderful - Stories Richard Strange's Doctors Of Madness were amongst the first bands I saw, they were out there, a dramatic British beat generation band, most influential. I had no idea what amazing adventures had befallen him since then until this week at his fabulous show at Kardomah94. His evening … Continue reading Richard Strange