Mumbly Wolfs album launch

We’re really excited about this one!

The Mumbly Wolfs album launch and live show featuring Alan Courtis. The new album (limited edition only 100 copies available) will be on sale for just £5.

These amazing guest musicians will be performing:


Men Diamler


Just £5 on the door. Bar inside. Wheelchair accessible venue.


The Beat Band ‘protest song’ chosen by Graeae for Reasons to be Cheerful tour

A song written by members of Club Soda’s The Beat Band, has been chosen by Graeae to feature on their online protest song hub. Footage of the song being performed live at Soda Beat earlier in the year, has been made into a lyric video to make it fully accessible for Deaf and hard of hearing audiences (see the video below). To see all the chosen songs from across the UK, go to:


Club Soda fundraiser gig on 3 June

This year our fundraiser is being supported by Hoodoos and will take place at Croydon Conference Centre. There’s over 9 hours of live music, interspersed with Soda Crew DJs and the crazy raffle!

Here’s the fantastic line-up:

Drowned Out
Garage Flowers
Everon Goen
Joe Betro
The Nine Lives
Junk Time Party
Little Pebbles
The Carbonators
Early Black
Ivory Puppets
The Beat Band

Tickets are just £5 on the door. See all you lovely people there!


A Glimpse of What’s to Come – Live at the ICA on 17 March

A Glimpse of What’s to Come

‘A Glimpse of What’s to Come’, is the name of a new composition by Club Soda musicians. A response to a commission by Drake Music in association with Southbank Centre.

Club Soda’s composition has been inspired by the brutalist architectural style of the Queen Elizabeth Hall on London’s Southbank. The musicians have been influenced by some of the early concerts that were staged at the venue, notably that of Pink Floyd in 1967, David Bowie in 1969 and some of the early Radiophonic workshops that took place there. After spending time researching the archives and exploring the The Southbank, the musicians have recorded a special piece of music on the site itself. No postproduction was used on the recording in order to capture the pure atmosphere and the acoustics of the site, the reflections and the reverbs of the spaces. 

‘A Glimpse of What’s to Come’, will be performed live at a special event taking place at the ICA on the 17th March, along with three other commissions by disabled musicians. It will be an evening of audio visual delight, performances, films, improvisation and installations featuring up and coming artists from across London. 

For tickets to this very special event, please visit:

The ICA is an accessible venue.