Lumer | Mon 18 Jun | Soup Kitchen | £6
Emerging frenetic post-punk band from Hull who have already earned themselves a reputation for loud and abrasive live shows.
Daedelus | Tue 19 Jun | Soup Kitchen | £10
LA beat scene veteran with experimental electronic, hip hop and jazz sounds, tours in support of recent release Taut.
John Murry | Wed 20 Jun | Gullivers | £13
Singer songwriter whose previous two albums have received critical acclaim, his most recent being A Short History of Decay.
Oklo | Thu 21 Jun | Eagle Inn | £6
London-via-Manchester art rockers who use offbeat electronics to great effect. Aldous RH will be performing a DJ set.
Essaie Pas | Fri 22 Jun | Soup Kitchen | £9
French-Canadian electronic duo Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau are purveyors of industrial techno sounds.
Girls Names | Fri 22 Jun | Night People | £8
Four-piece Irish band blending post punk and lo-fi. They tour in support of latest release Stains on Silence.
The Parrots | Sat 23 Jun | The White Hotel | £12
Presented by Future Sounds, the scuzzy garage punk band are joined by The Blinders, Sports Team, Yassassin + more.
H. Grimace | Sat 23 Jun | Castle Hotel | £6
London-based quartet delivering post-punk of a more restrained nature, who cites bands such as Television, Pavement and Wire as inspirations.
The Ex | Sun 24 Jun | Soup Kitchen | £10
After 39 years and 25 albums, the Dutch band who are best known for their mix of post punk and jazz, tour in support of latest album 27 passports. Their musical diversity is evident through their collaborations with many disparate artists.
Published on: Thu 14 Jun 2018