Under The Radar

Friday november 24th


At the Brass, Havelock Road, Hastings. FREE ENTRY

This is a 14+ event

Bringing you the best emerging artists from across the south east in partnership with BBC Introducing Sussex and Surrey.


For one month only- join the 1066 Music City Networking meeting at the venue 5.30-7.30. Free entry, all welcome. Book here 

Under the Radar features
Sunday Club
Our Royal Displeasure 
The bands:
Sunday club are a heavy-hitting alt-rock band comprised of Joshua Jacobs (lead vocals, guitar), Luke Henniker (lead guitar, vocals), Brandon Tieman (bass) and Joey Wilder (drums). A meticulous combination of ferocious riffs, and alluring melodies mixed with a breathtakingly powerful rhythm section creates a unique yet nostalgic feeling leaving you with fire in your belly and a smile on your face.

Hastings based singer songwriter ‘Kinsella’ definitely serves up a fresh and individual vibe to the table , evoking and promoting raw honesty through her lyrics .
Kinsella’s music has been supported by BBC Introducing, BBC 1xtra, BBC R1, featured on Channel 4 & has had releases on 4Corners music , Fokus & UKF.
Heavily influenced by the creative scene in her home town and her love of r&b, Soul, Drum & Bass and hip hop, Kinsella delivers a sound that’s melodic and meaningful , songs that promise to get stuck in your head.
Kinsella describes herself as a storyteller , stating ; “I love to tell real stories & share experiences that people can relate to”. Kinsella is unapologetically herself and listening to her music feels like hanging out with your best mate.

Sticky melodies, smart lyrics, cinematic synths and ‘storted guitars, Our Royal Displeasure is alternative & art-rock mixed with progressive & psych rock and electronica. Influenced by Radiohead, QOTSA, Bowie and the sea, Johnny Wells with co-writer/producer Tommy Kaefel and joined live by Aram Zarikian and Laura Matthews, sounds like a crafty cocktail of Gary Numan, Mew, Peter Gabriel and Blur”