We are very excited to announce another evening of brilliant live music, dancing and vegan snacks!
The Hysterical Injury
Noise-pop duo who will tear your ears off. Sweetly. They played an amazing set at our November weekender last year and we are thrilled to have them back!
Bristol’s Big Joan have some unique advantages – a human drum machine called Keith who can belt out 160bpm drum ‘n’ bass rhythms without breaking sweat; a guitarist called Adam who throws beer cans, pieces of metal and anything else he can find at his instrument; a bassist called Simon who chucks out some of the filthiest bass sounds this side of the dancehall massive; and a German vocalist called Annette who’s half enchanting siren, half terrifying harpy on stage. All of which combines to make their Gang-of-Four-meets-the-Slits-at-a-DJ Hype-gig one of the most intense and refreshing sounds smashing its way out of the West Country at the moment.
Honeybuzz are a slacker garage pop band from Sheffield, formed in 2013. They play a blend of fuzzy, dreamy, surf, garage pop and punk rock. They consist of Jack Roper on guitar & vocals, Jake Rowley on bass and Jemima Wong on drums.
The Steel City’s very own queer, femme two piece. Rather brash, rather noisy, ever so slightly feminist too. You’re in for an indie-pop garage-pop treat!
Friday 18th October, 8pm
£4 suggested donations, djs tbc but there will be dancing till late with Mo from INVERT playing musics!