Musical youth: Hadouken! help launch new initiative
A new initiative aimed at both involving young people in the music industry and improving the local music scene is being debuted at Bath Pavilion on Saturday, July 17 with a live show from alternative electro act Hadouken!
By Jove productions is a new venture for the Bath Festivals team – who are already involved with numerous of Bath-based events – which aims to give the young people of the region an opportunity to gain priceless experience in the music industry.
By Jove involves those aged between 13 and 23 in all elements of live events, from booking and promoting bands to lighting and sound.
The initiative also looks to bring more live music to the region – putting Bath back on the music scene map.
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By Jove team member, 18 year old Tom Mitchell, said: "A project like By Jove is precisely the kind of group I have been looking to join in order to help enhance my skills for a music promotion course I will be undertaking next year.
"Providing me with a much deeper knowledge of the music industry and the various requirements necessary to staging a music event are then the kind of skills which I feel will help support me in a future career within industry."
By Jove will have an immediate impact on the city with a tasty introduction at Bath's Pavilion next weekend.
Leeds-based Hadouken! came to prominence in 2007 when their first single That Boy, That Girl rocketed to the top of MTV Two's NME Chart.
Named after a special move on popular video game Super Street Fighter, the band formed after two friends at the University of Leeds decided to create a record label, which progressed into the two of them making music and being joined by a few more friends.
They released their debut album Music For An Accelerated Culture in 2008 to mostly positive reviews, and their second album To The Masses was released at the beginning of this year.
Support for the show will come in the form of Bath's very own electronic music group You Love Her Coz She's Dead. The duo have been gaining an increasing amount of national attention recently, partly for their appearance on popular TV show Skins. The band, who are regularly compared to the likes of Crystal Castles and The Prodigy, will surely be relishing the chance to play such an illustrious show in their hometown.
Tickets, costing £12, can be booked by calling Bath Festivals Box Office on 01225 463362.
For further information about By Jove, contact Karl Bevis at email@example.com.