Beats 'n' Pieces

PUBLISHED: 10:32 22 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:40 06 May 2010

TIPS for the week include checking out Stevenage rapper Liquid who is taking the music world by storm with his soulful anthems and grime tunes, his EP is very good. Another good review goes to Dartz with their album This is My Ship . www.myspace.com/liqu

TIPS for the week include checking out Stevenage rapper Liquid who is taking the music world by storm with his soulful anthems and grime tunes, his EP is very good. Another good review goes to Dartz with their album 'This is My Ship'. www.myspace.com/liquiddownloads and www.myspace.com/darts

* REALITY TV pop stars Liberty X will be shaking up Stevenage on March 24 with their new track, surprisingly called 'X'. But they will still have time to belt out those old classics 'Just A Little', 'Thinking It Over' and 'Got To have Your Love'.

* LETCHWORTH Art centre recently reopened. Jonny Edwards and Paul Murray, 'Murray and Mint', were approved for funding for their live band event - Lacienda Nights. Their aim is to help expose local talent and put on nights for all genres of music. Check out www.myspace.com/thelacienda or /murrayandmint

* BALAZOOK are among those playing at Club 85 on March 30. The acoustic band refuses to limit itself to one genre and influences include everything from Bowie to BB King. The three-piece are currently seeking a bass/double bass player. Check out www.myspace.com/balazook

* THERE are six of them and have an average age of 16 - It's Rapid Vienna. The band, who are joining The Broadcast and Linda's Nephew at Hitchin Football Club tonight (March 22), hope to release a new EP near the end of April. To find out more check out www.myspace.com/ rapidvienna


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