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The Moulettes

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  • Taken in Brighton, at The Marlborough by emma bailey
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I pho­tographed Han­nah from this band a few months ago as part of a g3 Steam­punk review, loved her music, bought the album. Now they’re my favourite Brighton band, tal­ented, lovely and fun.

Han­nah asked me to pho­to­graph their sin­gle launch at The Marl­bor­ough, sorry for the delay, glad the pho­tos are up now ahead of their album launch this Thursday…fb event ‘The Bear’s Revenge’ http://on.fb.me/Jlug24 Before they are due to sup­port Mum­ford & Sons.

Their folk music is dark & beau­ti­ful, I hope my pix reflect that. The gig was packed & they put on a great show. Man­aged to get some more friends hooked.

Lis­ten n’love

Site: www.moulettes.co.uk

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For­got­ten Film

Just devel­oped what was in my minolta and found this…when I assisted my friend Pete Emery on an artists shoot, in the Marl­bor­ough Lit­tle The­atre. Me and lit­tle dog took some pho­tos of the shoot, which later went into Oskar Bright film festival.

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The Hid­den Nau­tilus Descends…Steampunk at The Marlborough

  • Billy Rae shot by Emma bailey
  • Bitter Ruin, georgia train shot by emma bailey
  • Professor Elemental shot by Emma Bailey
  • British Heart, Boylesque
  • Bitter Ruin, shot by Emma Bailey
  • Georgia, singer in Bitter Ruin, shot by Emma Bailey
  • British Heart, Brighton Boylesque, shot by Emma Bailey
  • Hidden Nautilus Descends, crowd at the marlborough, shot by emma bailey

I reviewed this night for a mag­a­zine in Dec (p73) and I came back for more on Sat night. It’s strange and sexy neo-Victorian bizarre bur­lesque and boy­lesque. Hosted by the camp, colou­ful chap­pie, Tarik.

This month we were treated to strange Sam Chara, beau­ti­ful Bit­ter Ruin, boy­les­quer British Heart, danc­ing siren Bil­lie Rae…and an enter­tainer the Empire would be proud of Pro­fes­sor Ele­men­tal.

The the­atre upstairs in the Marl­bor­ough was rammed, so get­ting in early for April 7th is a must, you can treat your­self to the Hid­den Steam­punk Mar­ket from 5pm and drink­ing in the down­stairs bar. Adv tick­ets £6.50.

More info on Tarik’s mail­ing list here.

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