The Green Door Store in Brighton are certainly posting their concert notices thick and fast these days. One of their free entry events that has come to our attention will feature Brighton-based dreamy electro-pop duo Fruity Water, who will be performing a summer psyched out treat on Wednesday 25th August 2021.
Fruity Water are Adam on guitar and Smalanin on keyboards and refer to themselves as “just a couple of lads making some dreamy electro-pop”. It really doesn’t get any more complicated than that. We have had the fortune to have caught these lads playing live around Brighton over the past few years and they have never failed to deliver in their own unassuming way.
On the night, you can expect ample use of their two Yamaha keyboards and Novation by Smalanin, and a majority of the vocals (and guitar work) from Adam, who will no doubt be sporting his trademark beanie hat.
Check out their ‘I Dun No Y’ 4 track EP on Spotify.
Fruity Water can also be located on Bandcamp.
Seadog is the Brighton-based project of musician/songwriter Mark Benton and Tom Chadd along with their eclectic troupe of performers. They create dream-pop songs combining a variety of influences into a myriad sound of lullabies with anthemic electric and acoustic textures. Seadog are currently working on their forthcoming second album ‘Internal Noise’ at Bella Union Studios, Brighton.
Seadog’s latest single, ‘Old Joe’, is now out via ‘Austerity Records’. The official music video for the song was produced and mixed by Jack Wolter (from Penelope Isles) at Bella Union Studio, Brighton – Watch it HERE.
Check out their Bandcamp page HERE.
Also on the bill will be local quartet Hutch refer to themselves as “yacht-rock soft-psychers”, which sounds rather intriguing. The line-up consists of Jack Pritchard guitar and lead vocals, Dan Shepherd on guitar, Charlie Bogg plays bass and Owen Bullock plays drums. Oh and they all sing backing vocals too!
Catch them live when they appear with Fruity Water at the Green Door Store, which is located at Unit 2, 3, & 4 Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton, BN1 4FQ.