Crying Beauty Queens | Castle Hotel | Tue 20 Aug | 7.30pm | £5

Homegrown folk influenced alt-rock band who cite The Cranberries and Fuzagi as some of their biggest inspirations.

Peach Club | Eagle Inn | Wed 21 Aug | 7.30pm | £3

Heavily influenced by the Riot Grrrl scene of the ’90s, the Norwich feminist DIY punk band deliver political/activist lyrics over primal sounds.

Living Body | Castle Hotel | Thu 22 Aug | 7pm | £6

Jeff T Smith, formerly of Juffage, collaborates with the likes of Katie Harkin (Sky Larkin), Tom Evans (Vessels) and Alice Rowan (Mayshe-Mayshe) to form a band whose sound drifts between genres such as post rock and folk, alongside politically-themed lyrics.

Dry Cleaning | Yes | Fri 23 Aug | 8pm | £5

Formed after a karaoke party, the London post-punk four-piece features deadpan vocals over frenetic guitars. They released their debut EP ‘Sweet Princess’ earlier this year.

Peter Broderick | Soup Kitchen | Sat 24 Aug | 7pm | £14

Minimal multi-instrumentalist and fan of avant garde musician Arthur Russel, Broderick and former Efterklang bandmate Rasmus Stolberg tour their interpretations of the late artist’s catalogue.

Argh Kid | Goose Green Festival | Sun 25 Aug | TBC | FREE

Manchester spoken word/alternative hip hop group blend lyrics of austerity in the UK with elements of punk, jazz and ska. They’re led by poet/MC David Scott who writes of his upbringing and experiences in the city.

Fri 16 Aug - Fri 23 Aug
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Fri 16 Aug 2019