Saturday 10th January, Notting Hill Arts Centre, holds many a memory to be had hidden in the depths of its musical interludes. An eclectic cacophony of melodies will pummel the hearing boxes of all concerned. Become one with the sound this night, dance, dance, dance, till the morning light…

Presenting Stagecoach - Luke Barham, Nick Tanner, John Harrington, Matt Emery, Tom Lewis. http://www.myspace.com/stagecoachuk Self Proclaimed heart-on-sleeve sunkissed powerpop, Stagecoach hail from “the darkest depths of Surrey” and sing of adventures had within, and those had beyond its boundaries. Their music contains an undertonal country sound beneath its indie-rock exterior, this coming from the old days, pre 06, when country was the narrative of the band. They seem comfortable creating songs from upbeat rock blasts ‘Delinquents’ to atmospherically induced windy day tussles ‘Neon Lights’, and are overtly competent at both and all between. A great addition to the night… “With a love for US indie and folk rock from the 90s, our harmony-driven sound has often been compared to Wilco, Teenage Fanclub and The Shins. Stagecoach have played all over London, Paris and Surrey. Steve Lamacq has played us on his National BBC show, as have London station XFM. We were also tipped by Channel 4 as "one to watch". In February 2007 'Giddy Up' appeared on the soundtrack to the BBC2 drama Party Animals and 'School Day' was included on the soundtrack of Skins (E4, channel 4) series 2. In August 08 we recorded our first BBC Session and played well-received sets at Festivals up and down the Country. Stagecoach have seen their songs featured on compilations for Audio Scribbler, Repeat Records (Love Music Hate Racism), Tasty Fanzine and Backlash Magazine. “ Saturday, January 10th, Notting Hill Arts Centre, 4pm onward, Free Entry, The 405 Presents…