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Song Worth Writing by The Consoles
Plays this week: 10
Total plays: 6095
Posted: 19 September 10
'The Consoles are a band credited for their great enthusiasm and presents on stage. Whether it's their well crafted, unique mix of talent embedded in each orignal song or their use of taking mainstream covers and converting their own spark into them, they are not a band to be missed live.'
'One of the most influential young bands around with an unbelievable amount of potential.'
The Consoles are a Lancing born Indie Rock band formally known as 'Element' that perform all over West Sussex.
They consist of four members;
The band has been gigging since the 25th April 2008. Since then, The Consoles have played all over West Sussex building a growing number of fans and making their mark on the gigging circuit.
2010 Winners of 'Beach Dreams Battle Of The Bands' on Shoreham Beach in June gained The Consoles the chance to open Saturdays festival to some of the most talented bands in Sussex.
The Consoles also regularly play for the event 'Boy Is Girl' at Madame Geisha in Brighton and have been reviewed by XpressDJs.net. A section quoted...
'The Consoles played covers from well known artists such as the Kings Of Leon and Beyonce as well as some of their own songs which really got the crowd inside partying and the people outside looking in to see where the live music was coming from. The Consoles had never played in Brighton prior to this gig which is astonishing considering the quality of the covers and their own songs. These guys are hot and should be playing the festivals soon!'
Read the full review on http://www.xpressdjs.net/content/view.php?id=32
The Consoles are also featured on Brightonesque - B Tunes amongst other top Brighton bands. http://www.brightonesque.com/b-tunes
For more information, visit our website on www.theconsoles.kk5.org or search for us on Facebook and Twitter.