Ep Release + Release Event

Our Ep “Can You See Who?” was officially released on Friday! Available on all good platforms to stream and download for your aural pleasure!

To celebrate we threw an awesome release party at The Lexington featuring a few friends of ours, including The Telescopes.

Thank you for everyone who came down!


Substance at The Spice of Life presents MUX plus support

Friday 10th of March

Substance at The Spice of Life …

Featuring – MUX + The Hemingways + Grapefruit Moon + GROK + Graham J

@ The Spice of Life
6 Moor Street

The Spice of Life is a Soho landmark, historic music venue and is in the heart of London’s West End.
Renowned for having a great live sound The Spice of Life and Substance have worked together for 8 years to bring the very best new music to the heart of the capital.

“One of the best little venues in London” Evening Standard

The Line Up

Electro-stoner three piece based in London. MUX blends elements of electronica, stoner, trip-hop and punk.

The Hemingways
5 piece rock band from Colchester, Essex

Grapefruit Moon
Brighton/London , George Godwin, Peter Martin, Adrian Ortman, Elliot Rylance

GROK have no songs
All GROK songs are improvised and spontaneous, performed or recorded without any prior planning or rehearsal.

There are no mistakes in GROK
GROK’s approach has a vital, dynamic, unstructured feel. In GROK a chance hook can form the basis for a repeated refrain, or a meandering atmospheric can suddenly burst into a three minute pop song.

GROK is for everyone
GROK provide a counterpoint to the labouring songsmith. They explore randomness and opportunity while avoiding the pitfalls of indulgence or inaccessibility.

GROK performances
All GROK songs are one-shot affairs, never to be repeated. No GROK gigs are ever the same.

Graham J
Graham J. Norton is a unique and powerful singer.

On his debut album Wild Is… Graham explores elements of jazz, blues, classical and alternative contemporary. The avant-garde, almost vaudevillian, presentation underlies themes of evolution and transformation which define the work. The strictures of Graham’s extensive operatic career as a rarely found tenore contraltino, though strongly acknowledged, are overthrown by his love of a broader breadth of influences including Nina Simone, Shirley Bassey and Karen Carpenter. A sense of mourning, loss and ultimately resolution permeate Graham’s choice of repertoire echoing the work of truly indefinable characters like Rufus Wainright, Antony and the Johnsons, Bjork.

Graham is a native of Dublin, Ireland

The Spice of Life
6 Moor Street Soho London WD1 5NA
Doors: 6.00pm
Admission : £6

The Spice of Life is an over 18’s venue .ID will be required if you are asked.