THE BASEMENT SESSIONS at Green Note is a monthly night, filled with brilliant up-and-coming artists that you need to hear. Set in the intimate Basement space within this much-loved venue, you’ll hear the best of what the UK acoustic scene has to offer!


This month featuring…. Anne-Marie Sanderson + Alx Green + more tbc

Anne-Marie Sanderson
Anne-Marie Sanderson is a British singer-songwriter, recently returned to the UK after five years in America, where she released two EPs and toured up and down the west coast. Her most recent EP, Shadows & Sparks, explores twin-opposite themes of light-dark, mystery-certainty, love-loss, with songs arranged for a luscious chamber-folk ensemble.
Following in the tradition of timeless singer-songwriters, her music is often compared to that of Joni Mitchell and Nick Drake, but fans and critics alike recognise that Anne-Marie Sanderson is all her own.

Alx Green
Alx Green is a singer-songwriter from Chester in the North West of England. Seamlessly fusing modern folk music with dynamic vocals, invigorating melodies and percussive finger-tapping his songs have a fresh new feel but retain that classic songwriter sound.

Alx has released several demo EP’s and embarked on a successful three month European tour in 2015. His first studio EP was released in 2016 and got to number 2 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter pre-order charts. The tracks have also seen radio play on BBC Radio 2, BBC 6Music, BBC Radio Merseyside and BBC Introducing being labelled as ‘Sublime sounds’.

tiNhearT is the music of singer-songwriter Piers Blewett. After a number of years playing in bands in Brighton, Piers self-released a debut EP, tiNhearteD, under the tiNhearT moniker. tiNhearteD was well received, gaining airplay on BBC6music, praise from reviewers, and subsequently was re-released on US-based label Three Sixty Records. Piers has since released a further EP, lionS tigerS & bearS on the same label, and after a spell living and working in Cambodia, returned to the UK and relocated to London. A tiNhearT album is currently under slow and sometimes painful construction.