Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood | Mon 8 Oct | RNCM | £22.50
The duo tour in support of new release ‘With Animals’, an album of bluesy vocals and brittle, intimate country sounds.

Noah Carter | Tue 9 Oct | Soup Kitchen | £8
Danish-born rapper with an R&B style often freestyled.

BC Camplight | Wed 10 Oct | Gorilla | £12
Latest album ‘Deportation Blues’ from the singer songwriter combines ’50’s rock’n’roll and synthpop with the creator’s fractured mindset.

You Tell Me | Thu 11 Oct | Eagle Inn | £8
The duo is Field Music’s Pete Brewis and BBC Folk Award nominee Sarah Hayes, whose debut single ‘Clarion Call’ is a baroque folk rock number.

Boy Azooga | Fri 12 Oct | YES | £8
Cardiff band covering several genres with sounds reminiscent of William Onyeabor, Super Furry Animals, Fleet Foxes and The Beach Boys.

Bo Ningen | Sat 13 Oct | Night & Day Cafe | £10
Japanese/London-based quartet with a reputation for visceral live shows delivering noisy psychedelic rock’n’roll.

Matthew Halsall and the Gondwana Orchestra | Sun 14 Oct | YES | £16
Founder of Gondwana Records, the composer and trumpeter delivers a jazz sound that often blends with electronica.

Mon 8 Oct - Sun 14 Oct
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Mon 8 Oct 2018