By Reub Palin - 5th July 2012 7:06am
This evening, Thursday 5th July, at the Lord C we have The Loaded Dice. The band are what you Audlem Folk love — think modern alarms. and Rook and The Ravens.
Well, same sort of feel about these guys: they are an Alt-Blues-Rock band based in Manchester (UK). Previously a five-piece, they downsized to a classic four-piece and developed a more bluesy rock sound.
They have built a reputation as a hard-gigging 'old school' band, a tight unit who are benefiting from living and learning together in the vibrant Manchester music scene.
The band released their fifth album 'Hindsight of a Brand New Soul: Halo of Fireflies' in November 2011, and there's a sixth in the pipeline.
"Great set by The Loaded Dice at Ducie Bridge last night. Dolgellau's finest. Distinctive sound, superbly crafted" -- MICK MIDDLES, Author 2012.
"Genuinely exciting band and one of the best vocalists at The Bakers Vaults for ten years" -- CHRIS OUSEY, International Recording Artist 2011.
So as per normal — free entry and starts at 9.30pm.
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