New Lion Brewery Sessions

Mostly so that we can again claim to have organised a 'piss-up at a brewery', we're delighted to be working with the local New Lion Brewery for a set of live sessions from their tap room. The brewery has hosted live sessions previously during Sea Change from Seamus Fogarty, James Yorkston, Alasdair Roberts, Ultimate Painting, Jim Ghedi, The Proper Ornaments and Ryley Walker.

This year they will be joined by;

Friday
5.00pm – Hater
6pm – Penelope Isles

Saturday
2.00pm – Red River Dialect
3.30pm – Saint Leonard’s Horses


 
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As usual, gigs are free, open to anyone whether they have a Sea Change wristband or not, although if you do have a Sea Change band it will get you a 10% discount at the bar.
 

Lost Horizons: Simon Raymonde Interview & Triptych Premiere

Lottie Brazier at The Quietus spoke to former Cocteau Twins bassist, founder of Bella Union and now half of Lost Horizons, Simon Raymonde about Triptych, his new film with BAFTA-winning director Kieran Evans. Interview and full premiere today on the Quietus.

Spoiler alert, it's pretty stunning.

www.thequietus.com/articles/25156-simon-raymonde-interview-lost-horizons-bella-union-cocteau-twins

 
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Soho Radio at Sea Change

As part of the Sea Change weekend, Soho Radio will be taking leave from the streets of central London, absconding to the welcoming walls of Drift to broadcast special Sea Change editions. 

Thursday 23rd August
10am - Midday: Morning Glory with James Endeacott & Raf Rundell

6pm onwards: Sea Change Festival Cricket Match Commentary with Roy Wilkinson and Will Burn

Friday 24th August
10am - Midday: Morning Glory with James Endeacott & Raf Rundell
Midday - 1pm: The Three Stooges aka Ben Monaghan, Sid Newman and Nick Stamey from Rough Trade Shops
1pm - 2pm: Sofia Ilyas
2pm - 3pm: Emma Warren
broadcast - 4pm: Heavenly Jukebox with Katherine Cantwell, Daisy Goodwin and Diva Harris.

 


Drop by and listen live via the website.
www.sohoradiolondon.com/morning-glory
@sohoradio

All of the shows will be rebroadcast locally on 102.5FM by our good friends and neighbours Soundart Radio.

www.soundartradio.org.uk
soundartradio
 

MUTE 4.0 (1978 > TOMORROW)

Mute and specifically the influential independent British label’s founder, Daniel Miller, have never been ones for looking back. The label has always sought ways to celebrate all of its varied artists, but there has never been a focus on just the label, and MUTE 4.0 (1978 > TOMORROW) is not about to change that.

We are thrilled to have Mute with us For Sea Change 2018, featuring showcases from Josh T. Pearson, Chris Carter, Daniel Blumberg, Can’s Damo Suzuki and Lost Under Heaven, with Cosey Fanni Tutti in conversation with Emma Warren.

A special series of reissues on limited edition coloured vinyl are planned for October, and will include “probably the world’s first teenage electronic pop group”, Silicon Teens, and their one and only album ‘Music For Parties’; Mute’s first signing, Fad Gadget – ‘Fireside Favourites’; Josh T. Pearson’s lauded ‘Last Of The Country Gentlemen’, Apparat – ‘The Devil’s Walk’; Vince Clarke and Martin Gore’s project, VCMG – ‘Ssss’ and A Certain Ratio – ‘The Graveyard & The Ballroom’.

Pearson will be released on gold vinyl, Apparat on violet and the rest will be on very limited Mute 4.0 orange vinyl.
 

The Sea Change Cup

We're delighted to announce that Sea Change 2018 will be launched with the inaugural Sea Change Invitational cricket match. Guest XI teams, featuring authors, musicians, DJ's and other friends of the festival, will be competing for the Sea Change Cup.

Dartington & Totnes Cricket Club play host at the Foxhole ground with a very well stocked bar. Alongside the leather on willow, googlies, ducks and maidens, there will be a Reggae Sound System and live match commentary from Will Burns, Ben Monaghan and our pal Roy Wilkinson.

Free to all, come and help us launch Sea Change III with the perfect summers night pursuit... drinking loads and watching amateurs get over-competitive.

Thursday 23rd August, stumps at 6pm.
Foxhole, Dartington.
TQ9 6EB

The cricket pitch is directly between the new Offshore stage and Dartington's festival campsite.

The Sea Change Cup.