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This Saturday August 3rd sees The Pomfret Arms host the first ever AudioStage Festival. As we discussed last year, AudioStage is a platform for recording and interviewing artists in an online series format.

Acts from series 1 and 2 of AudioStage will appear, plus exclusive sneak previews of the upcoming acts in series 3, plus some extra guests. The full line-up is:
Corinne Lucy
The Drones Club
The Vincent Vega Band
Jess Orestano
Jono And The Uke Dealers
Kenneth J Nash
Brazen Foxes
Jacob Brathwaite
Little Bitboy
L30 Robinson Artist

It opens at 2pm down at Cotton End, in Northampton. New Boots spoke to organiser Marcus Still

How’s the AudioStage experience been so far? You’ve achieved a lot in first two series, and now the podcast too.
The AudiosStage experience so far has been really incredible. The number of acts we have worked with so far and the response we’ve had has restored our faith that people still care about unsigned musicians. It branches out further than we could’ve first imagined, with viewers and listeners all over the world now. The podcast we feel is our opportunity to have a chat to people we want to speak to, and hash out ideas amongst ourselves with invaluable advice from tried and tested experts in their fields for musicians. Also it’s a really good chance to have a bit of a laugh and relax while still providing entertaining content for our viewers and listeners.

What’s been your personal highlight so far of working on AudioStage?
My personal highlight is really difficult to pick from if I’m honest, there are so many amazing moments, breathtaking performances, hilarious interviews and podcasts etc. But from an achievement stand point I think it was the birth of the concept. It will always be the day I realised that I could do something with this passion for trying to elevate musicians, and try to get their great music to the masses.

Can you tell us anything about series 3 yet? When’s it coming/who appears etc?
I can: we have a release date of August 5th, which is only 2 days after the festival! Obviously we’ve released a bit of a teaser in regards to promo, you’ve already seen Steph Brown and Kev Minney on the date announcement social media post, no doubt more will follow and we will tease you with some more artists from series 3. We are going to playing some previews at the festival on August 3rd, which is where people will get the ability to check out the videos before they are released to the general public, so even more reason to come down!

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