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Underground Live

Underground Live

Thu 07 March 2019 21:00-23:00

Teviot Row House



FREE WEEKLY EVENT – Just turn up!

Every Thursday night Teviot Underground showcases upcoming artists from Edinburgh and beyond, Underground Live!

Everyone is welcome - students and non-students alike! If you or someone you know would be interested in playing, say hello on undergroundliveedinburgh@gmail.com - we'd love to hear from you!


This week we have live msuic from Milkd, Ant Thomaz & Liam T Clayton!

Milkd are a an indie-pop duo from Edinburgh, comprised of Will Langston and Andy Stern. Their new EP, Little EP, represents a step in a new direction for the group, having teamed up with Gregor Stobie (Dancing on Tables), who was responsible for the production on the EP. Whilst the production has changed slightly, the songwriting process has remained the same. Langston and Stern both contribute to this process, and this can be heard clearly in all of their work.
Through playing around with guitars, keyboards, close vocal lines and different percussive ideas, milkd explore how with just two members, interesting and exciting sounds can be created, both on stage and in the studio.

Ant Thomaz 
Based in Glasgow, Scotland. He begun writing lyrics at the age of twelve. A self-taught musician, his rapid-fire vocal instrument depicts scenes from his life.
Thomaz has been able to generate a buzz about his music without a major label or representation, having performed to SOLD OUT shows at the famed The SECC Hydro, Celtic Connection Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, O2 ABC Glasgow, o2 Academy Glasgow, BAad, Fuse News Network. South By Southwest Music Festival, Kelburn Festival,
Supported/Touring with huge acts like Roy Ayers, Texas, Kool in the Gang, Big Country, Akua Naru, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, Sugar Hill Gang, The Bluebells, Imelda May, Peter Hook & The Light, Raleigh Ritchie, The Milk, Kobi Onyame and Ozomolati & Chali 2na.

Liam T. Clayton 
Liam T. Clayton is a 24 year old acoustic singer/songwriter from Edinburgh, with tours around Scotland, sets up to three hours and crowds of up to 500 under his belt. October 2018 saw the release of his album "Heart Beat", available across all major streaming and download services.