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The Oxjam Bee

Oxjam Beeston

Music Festival

OXJAM BEESTON MUSIC FESTIVAL, 19:30–20:00 Shelter Calm at CIRCLE EATERY

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About Shelter Calm:

  • Genre:
  • Electronic

Shelter Calm is Stewart Cuthew, known on the Nottingham scene for his band Time in Antarctica. With lockdown the new normal and unable to play live or meet with the rest of the band to work on music, he sought another outlet for his creativity. For this, he turned to his library of musical sketches and set about producing an electronic album, a musical departure from his band. 

Drawing inspiration from Jarre, the soundtracks of John Carpenter, Orbital and early Warp releases, synths burble, beats pound and pads soar taking the listener on a journey that aims to move their hearts and minds as much as their feet.

About CIRCLE EATERY:

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66 High Road, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2LF

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Small, independent restaurant in Beeston serving up tasty breakfast, lunch and evening meals. 

We've got a real focus on using simple, fresh ingredients, always sourced as locally as possible.

Under 18s are welcome as long as accompanied by an adult.