Imarhan | Tue 6 Aug | Night & Day Cafe | £14
Algerian desert rock six-piece founded on Tuareg traditions that bring together elements of jazz, funk and blues. Their experience as a touring band has honed their focus, resulting in their recently released second album, ‘Temet’.
Laurel Canyon | Thu 8 Aug | Night People | £7
Homegrown indie three-piece with jangly guitars and ballads of heartbreak, whose sound is reminiscent of REM and The LA’s.
Harriet Tubman | Fri 9 Aug | Band on the Wall | £17.50
Composed of a guitarist/vocalist, bassist and drummer, the group fuse soul, rock, blues and jazz for instrumental discourse that is seen as a continuation of the innovation shared by the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Ornette Coleman.
The Northern Threads | Sat 10 Aug | Gullivers | £6
Indie rock ‘n’ rollers hailing from Whitehaven who take inspiration from bands such as The Jam and The Smiths, and whose sound has drawn comparisons with Oasis.
Black Milk | Sun 11 Aug | Band on the Wall | £15
Detroit rapper who has collaborated with the likes of J Dilla and RZA, with productions that are soulful and driven by a hip hop/jazz band. He recently released his 11-track ‘DiVE’ EP.
- Edwina Chan
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- Tue 6 Aug 2019