Noise Solution: Party at the Portland
May 30 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Come and celebrate one of the UK’s premier music social enterprises Noise Solution turning 15!

Join us at the Portland Arms in Cambridge for a night of entertainment showcasing some of Noise Solutions’ very own talent alongside some UK legends. Be in with a chance of winning a pair of Secret Garden Party tickets on the night.


Omega Nebula
Omega Nebula are a husband and wife, electronic duo, taking influence from Jamaican and UK sound system culture. Their music is a blend of hard hitting dub, high spirited reggae and powerful bass, all brought together by their own joyfully uplifting and recognisable sound.

Angie Brown
Angie Brown, and her powerhouse voice, has left an indelible mark, on the music industry over decades. The iconic ‘I’m Gonna Get You’ in 1992, catapulted her to stardom, solidifying her status as a sought-after UK singer in house music and beyond. On top of her collaborations with house icons, and DJ producers, like Bizarre Inc, and Motiv-8, Angie’s vocals extends across many genres. Her voice overall, has reached millions of music lovers, through ‘doing’ backing and lead vocals, and ad libs, for pop and rock icons, like Mark Morrison, Happy Mondays, Fatboy Slim, Massive Attack, Heaven 17, Culture Club, Grace Jones, Midge Ure, Nenah Cherry, Kate Bush, OwnBoss and Sevck.

Jaded Teeth
Jaded Teeth are a melodically pleasing four piece, performing the written works of Indigo Spooner, orchestrated by Jack Stanton. This duo create beautifully heartbreaking songs with abstract yet moving lyrics by Indigo and juxtaposing, colourful hooks by Jack. With the help of drummer Rozie Faith and bassist Leo Wilson this band creates a holy and floral stage dynamic, whether through witty lyrical bodies or emotional melodies. After winning Bury Sound 2024, Jaded Teeth are gearing up for their next run of gigs and releases.

Sophie The Great
Sophie The Great is an Ipswich singer-songwriter who is passionate about sharing her music with others, with influences including Lizzy Mcalpine, Bruno Major, Eloise and Phoebe Bridgers.

Host for the evening is the fantastic Ali Warwood
Ali Warwood is a Cambridge based comedian, she is resident MC for Commoners’ Comedy and Laugh Tracks oh and she also runs Cambridge Fringe.

She’s an accomplished MC and does musical comedy when she gigs all over the place

Green Mind presents ANGÉLICA GARCIA
Jul 24 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Green Mind presents ANGÉLICA GARCIA

With roots in El Monte, California, and Richmond, Virginia, Angelica Garcia’s sound formed as an amalgamation of a bicoastal Southern experience. As Garcia moved locations, her songs followed suit, sometimes switching from noise pop to the textured polyrhythms of Latin America and vocal production inspired by ambient electronica. She has previously been featured on NPR’s Tiny Desk, NY Times year-end lists, and on Barack Obama’s annual best-of music list for her song “Jícama”.

Her most recent EP, 2021’s “Echo Eléctrico”, is a testament to her Salvadoran-Mexican-American heritage and an expression of her vocal study of Alternative Rock, Pop, and Ranchera styles. A completely a cappella album, “Echo Eléctrico” especially showcases the carefully constructed world of Angélica’s vocal production style.

The upcoming iteration of Garcia’s work brings her to Brooklyn, NY. After working closely with Carlos Arévalo (Chicano Batman) on her forthcoming album, to be released on Partisan Records, she eagerly experiments with closing the divide between her many identities. She released recent single “Y Grito” in conjunction with a feature in Apple’s annual keynote, followed by a feature in Apple TV’s launch of their Major League Soccer partnership. The future of her storytelling lies in harnessing the power of tradition and alchemizing it into the present, singing about the intersection of spirit and body.