The Rescue Rooms archives: 2015

Moulettes & Nizlopi (Co-headline tour), Moulettes & Nizlopi Live At Rescue Rooms

  • Friday 6th November 2015
  • Supported by: Heg & The Wolf Chorus





Genre Folk / Pop / Indie

For Fans Of The Mispers / The Flight / Suntalk

Hometown Brighton

Background Moulettes take influence from the likes of Bjork and Kate Bush with their female fronted five part harmonies which are beautifully backed up with a bassoon, cello, guitar, drums and synth. They have toured constantly and have had high profile appearances at Glastonbury, Bestival and Cambridge Folk Festival. They have also shared the stage and studio with Nick Cave, Band Of Skulls and Seasick Steve just to name a few!

What The Press Say “Hugely talented, imaginative composers and wildly enthusiastic performers” – 

Latest Release Their album ‘Constellations’. 

Everyone's favourite Sing Unto Me

What to buy Their latest album ‘Constellations’. 

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Genre Folk / Hip Hop

For Fans Of Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly / Newton Faulkner / Seth Lakeman / David Ford

Hometown Warwickshire 

Background Nizlopi met at school in Warwickshire and went on to have a number one hit with the classic ‘The JCB Song’ in 2005. They have since gone on to perform at Wembley Arena as well as shows all around Europe. The likes of Daniel Day-Lewis and Jamie Cullum are among just some of their fans.

What Rescue Rooms say “Nizlopi are a great band. Of course their hit The JBC Song was a classic but there is a lot more to them! We’re really looking forward to this show”. 

Latest Release Their self titles live album from two sold out shows at The Borderline in London. 

Everyone's favourite The JCB Song 

What to buy Their debut album ‘Half These Songs Are About You’

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Please note this is a 14+ event. 



"An unusual and exciting group indeed, an avant-garde four-piece with a uniquely theatrical sound, approaching the songs like aural fairytales"
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"drama-filled, atmospheric vocal explorations"
Folk Words Magazine

"A wonderful Bristolian five-piece peddling dramatic folk music with incredibly strong vocals and a fantastic sense of scale and show"
For Folks Sake

"Heg has got this really original, quite distinctive...different sound"
Sam Bonham, BBC Introducing

"One of Bristol's most notable rising talents"
CRACK Magazine

Links: Website