Saturday, 28 April 2018 00:00

!Live Show! 30 April Mindset on Music Charity Gig

Written by The Cubes
Humans, Slingers, Bands and Artsist The Cubes on stage!
The Cubes will perform on stage on the 30th of April (Monday) at Casa Bar Liverpool.
The band will stimulate the mood of visitors and give at the event the character that suits it.
Mindset on Music Charity Gig with the cubes and other bands like Equinox and Visions of Albion. 
Hope to see you there!
It's only 4 Pounds OTD and 3 Pounds for a ticket. 
30 April at 18:3023:30 UTC+01
Casa Bar Liverpool

About the Band

The cubes is a band covering different projects of Jacob Solarek who writes and performs his own music. The cubes were founded in 2012 through instrumental jamming with couple of friends. Later on, after a few life changing circumstances, the cubes made a few appearances in Poland. Those appearances were a result of meeting the frontman with a rhythm section (which at the time made up Mateusz Michalczak on bass guitar and Michał Śmierzchała on drums).
Unfortunately the band could only function on rare occasions while all the members got back home for Christmas break. Moreover, Jacob was living in the UK.
Therefore their next appearance took place several months later, during the “Experyment Festival” 2014 in Zbąszyń (Poland). This festival’s performance featured Nine Lives Thomas – Liverpool’s harmonica player. After couple of other performances, the band was facing another upcoming change. In 2015/16 bass guitarist Simon Smith joined who gave renewed life to the songs. Drum sticks and stool was given to Anthony Longworth. The band started gigging in Liverpool in places such as The Cavern Pub, Zanzibar, Lantern Theatre and the Soft Scoop event held in The City of Liverpool College. The cubes also appeared at Liverpool Sound City Festival 2016. Soon afterwards Julia Manley has joined the band to play the piano. This lineup then suspended its activity.
Jacob formed another version of the cubes, this time prioritizing making a record first. Therefore the band with Chris Jones on bass and Danny Kirkham on drums, started rehearsing.
After months of preparations, the cubes entered Crosstown Studio in Liverpool to make a debut EP. The EP is entitled “Fall Out” and it's released online as well as physical album.
Meanwhile, the cubes is working on their first LP.

We hope to see you at the gigs!

About the Venue

The CASA BAR and VENUE, 29 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ

The Casa is located in the heart of the University / Theatre district of the City in Hope Street between the World famous Anglican and Roman Catholic Cathedrals and attracts a wide and varied clientele. We serve a full range of Continental beers that will appeal to all.

Our late bar allows you to enjoy a doubles bar. If Daytime drinking is more your thing you can enjoy our Happy Hour every day until 6pm.

Check what’s on each week, we will be updating this page with our promotional offers and forthcoming events. Smoking is only allowed in the designated outside area.

We are a Charitable Trust Organisation and welcome charitable fundraisers to use our venue. We can also help by advertising your events in the Casa bar.




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