Steve Bradshaw | I Live At The Cambridge Parcel Hub

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I Live At The Cambridge Parcel Hub

by Steve Bradshaw

The whole effect is quite weird to be honest; the sort of thing you'd listen to if you were indeed hiding from some cows up a tree. It might scare the cows away, or they might be very, very interested.
Genre: Folk: Angry
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1. Cabin Fever
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2. K + 4
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3. Harry Jones
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4. Wrong Paintjob
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5. Small Hunt
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6. The Battle of Church Langley
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7. Wasp Stuck
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8. The Biscuit Song (feat. The Taking Biscuits)
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"The whole effect is quite weird to be honest; the sort of thing you'd listen to if you were indeed hiding from some cows up a tree. It might scare the cows away, or they might be very, very interested. Like me." - Rhodri Pickles Ramone, R*E*P*E*A*T Fanzine

Brad is an alternative-indie-folk songwriter based in Cambridge, UK. He released his debut CD "I live at the Cambridge Parcel Hub" in November 2008 using a more traditional alias. However, after a freak accident involving a lift and a solar-powered calculator, he regenerated as Brad Spreadsheet in 2012.

He'd say he's influenced by Mozzy Green, Mike Oldfield and Japanese programmers. People say he sounds like REM or Nick Cave. REM is probably fair enough but he's heard a Nick Cave record about twice in his life, and doesn't know where that comparison comes from.

The Ivory Lounge, Hitchin said he played "a great set", and the Acoustic Club, Bishops Stortford happily described him as "so off the wall".

Solo, he supported Chris T-T in Cambridge in May 2009. With Warmed Up Cold, He's played the Main Stage at Strawberry Fair, and shared a stage with JimBob.

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