Win Tickets to Moulettes and Sotones Winter Festival

Sotones, a Southampton born record label, is celebrating 10 years of their music co-operation/label. The label have released over 100 records, receiving national and international recognition from online media. Sotones have toured all over Europe and in the U.S. supporting the likes of The Ting Tings, The Holloways and The Mystery Jets.

This December, Moulettes are joining their label in this celebration as part of their UK tour. Moulettes are an eclectic Art Rock band who combine elements of Rock, Prog, Folk and Pop. Their deliciously unique sounds has seen them much critical acclaim, being compared to musical prodigies such as Kate Bush, Bjork and early Pink Floyd and David Bowie. The band have performed at festivals like Glastonbury, Boomtown and Lattitude and won the top spot in the Official UK Indie Breakers chart. They are now bringing their divine harmonies back to their hometown for the last time this year alongside other Sotone artists. Some of Brightons own art initiatives and bands will be there, get prepared to see such people as Resonators (DJ set), Ed Hicks, Mike Dennis, Ottersgear, Dave Miatt, Wilkomen Collective DJ’s, RoseHill Arts Hub DJ’s, Eliza Jaye and more.

The event will run from 1pm-11pm and will take place in One Chruch, Gloucester Place. There will even be a 12” anniversary vinyl special to get your hands on!

If this winter musical medley sounds like something that will brighten up your long nights, BN1 are giving lucky readers a chance to win two pairs of tickets, all you have to do is answer this question:

Who will NOT be at Moulettes and Sotones Winter Festival?

A) Ed Hicks

B) Moulettes

C) Theresa May

Send your answer including your name, address and telephone number to: with ‘MOULETTES’ as the subject header. Terms and conditions apply ( A winner will be chosen and notified by Mon 27 Nov

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