From crunk-pop to indie-rock, from guitar tap tap tap hand clap clap clap to folk cream cakes containing razor blades, January 10th will please all moods, all feelings, all likes, all dislikes. Come with an open mind and an empty heart, so as to fill them with sweet dreams and reveries of a night that will endure within the minds eye until the coming spring, and beyond. Be there, and dwelleth in an atmosphere that magic bestows…

Presenting Laura Hocking www.myspace.com/laurahocking An incredible voice absconding poignant tales of love and beautifully random anecdotes. Her music will capture your thoughts and lead you down a path lined with blue lilies and meandering streams. A voice to relax to. A voice to follow. A voice to fill your heart with. A voice to get lost to, and get lost you will. Some have described her sound as that of Kate Nash, but I am not in agreement, I find Laura’s music far more inspiring and serene, if anything, I would say Kate Nash tried to do a Laura Hocking but got stuck in the tenements before venturing out into the suburbs and on towards the beautiful countryside where Laura’s sound resides. Very little information can be found on this young lady, but once her music resounds in your ears I am not sure that this lack of info matters any more, for her music is all the information one needs to discover what she is all about. Undoubtedly one to watch for the future, and hopefully, that future is just a short stroll away. The one I can’t wait to see… Saturday, January 10th, Notting Hill Arts Centre, 4pm onward, Free Entry, The 405 Presents…