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‘Romford Underground’ unsigned compilation CD now on sale at Sainsbury’s, The Brewery

10:45 21 November 2012

The sleeve of the Romford Underground compilation

The sleeve of the Romford Underground compilation

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Fifteen unsigned Havering musicians this week saw their work go on sale in a Romford supermarket.

Fiona Costello, Laura Duke, The Accidental Tourists and The Mannings at a recent celebration for the winners of the Romford Underground competitionFiona Costello, Laura Duke, The Accidental Tourists and The Mannings at a recent celebration for the winners of the Romford Underground competition

The Romford Underground compilation CD hit shelves in Sainsbury’s Romford yesterday (Tuesday). The album was compiled following a competition for local talent run by The Brewery and Panacea Records,

A judging panel that included the Recorder chose a shortlist and the final 15 tracks were selected in a public vote on Facebook.

The artists on the CD are Fiona Costello, Laura Duke, Luke Burr, Sophie Coates, The Mannings, Kiss-Off, Sleepywood, Doll Set Tones, Accidental Tourists, Tasha Kenny, Shouting Signals, Tom Loomes, Lucy Hall, Reachback and Dead Baby Birds.

The Brewery’s marketing manager Rubie Charalambous said: “The 15 tracks featured on the album really showcase what fantastic fresh and original musical talent we have locally. The CD will make a great gift for anyone with a love of good music this Christmas.”

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