Bethlehem Casuals | Mon 26 Mar | Deaf Institute | £8
Homegrown DIY world-music seven-piece delivering an eclectic combination described as “Afrocuban Tropical-Kraut”.
Ady Suleiman | Tue 27 Mar | Gorilla | £12.50
Singer songwriter whose latest album ‘Memories’ is a blend of soul and jazz.
The Little Unsaid | Wed 28 Mar | Gullivers | £10
Touted as having the melancholic tones of Leonard Cohen and Nick Cave, the band incorporates electronica, jazz, folk and rock.
Sweet Baboo | Thu 29 Mar | Soup Kitchen | £10
Welsh singer with endearingly soulful, self-deprecating songs whose new album ‘Wild Imagination’ (to be released on 2nd June) will be a sweetly melancholic tribute to the joys of travelling and the warmth of returning home.
Keep Dancing Inc | Fri 30 Mar | Soup Kitchen | £5
Parisian trio with a little bit of indie synth-pop, surf rock and punk.
SOFIAHH | Sat 31 Mar | Eagle Inn | £7
Formerly known as Hartheim, this local post-punk group give us the sombre, gravelly vocals reminiscent of Ian Curtis with elements of electronica weaving through their sound.
African Head Charge | Sun 1 Apr | Band on the Wall | £14
Dub-reggae ensemble co-founded by producer Adrian Sherwood pulsating with primal rhythms, visceral vocals and electronica.
- Edwina Chan
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- Mon 26 Mar 2018