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Full Scaledown Info

No   Details of all six acts have now been added to the scaledown page.

It promises to be another excellent night of unusual and quirky musical performances.


First Scaledown of 2009

No   The first four acts have been confirmed for January's Scaledown, due to occur on Friday 23rd January at the good ole King & Queen.

Full details can be found on the scaledown page.


Lost Robots Reviews

No   The first reviews are in of the Lost Robots album and they're not half bad:


Lost Robots Album

No   In the spirit of seasonal giving we at the Orchestra Pit have decided to make the new album by Lost Robots available early, you can now buy it in our shop.

If you wish to hear it before you commit to buying then you can check out a sample over at our myspace page.


New November Scaledown News

Scaledown   All six of the acts have been confirmed for Friday's Scaledown, full details can be found here.


November Scaledown News

Scaledown   Three acts have been confirmed for November's Scaledown, details here, more acts to be confirmed shortly...


October Scaledown Photos

The Orchestra Pit   Photos from the October edition of Scaledown have now been added to the archive on this very page.


The Orchestra Pit and the London Jazz Festival

The Orchestra Pit   As part of this years London Jazz Festival The Orchestra Pit presents an evening of distinctly unique and interesting music at the Arts Theatre Club in Soho, full details here.


Scaledown Act Update

Scaledown   The Devil will now not be performing at Friday's Scaldown, they will play in November instead. In their place, on Friday, will be our very own Mr Braby performing his unique and quirky tunes under the moniker Braby Lemonade. Full details can be found here. There's also now a Facebook Event Page which can be used to invite your friends along.


Terry Edwards Airplay

OP4   The recent Terry Edwards and the Scapegoats single, Three Blind Mice, has been receiving radio airplay far and wide, here are some of the people who've been playing it:

Mark Lamarr (BBC Radio 2), Mike Bradshaw (Totally Radio in Brighton), Roger Hill's PMS (BBC Radio Merseyside), Al Perry's Clambake (KXCI in Tucson, Arizona), Marcelle Van Hoof (Another Nice Mess in Amsterdam), Kurt Gottschalk's The Brother Lucy Show (WFMU, New Jersey), the 'Het Kralenspel' show (Radio Centraal 106.7FM in Antwerp), Sebastien Agasse's Label Rock radio show (Virgin Radio Roanne), Philippe Petit's BiP_HOp Generation (Radio Grenouille, Marseille) and Amy Wadge & Frank Hennessy's 'I'll Show You Mine' on BBC Radio Wales.
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