Froth | Yes | Mon 9 Sep | 7.30pm | £7.50

As a band who first started out as a joke (really), the LA trio make shoegaze blended with fuzzy psychedelic rock, and are set to release their fourth record Duress.

Tallies | Gullivers | Wed 11 Sep | 7.30pm | £7

The Toronto four-piece produce dreamy surf pop that take listeners back to the late ’80s/’90s with jangly guitars evocative of The Sundays. They tour in support of their self-titled debut album.

Merival | Eagle Inn | Thu 12 Sep | 7.30pm | £6

The second edition of music blog Balloon Machine’s curated nights invites Merival; a folk singer songwriter whose delicate songs carry a sense of poignancy that hits a deep emotional level.

Bunny Hoova | Soup Kitchen | Fri 13 Sep | 7pm | £5

Based in Manchester via Rotterdam, the multi-instrumentalist produces melancholic lo-fi pop that is layered with sparse, expansive vocals and experimental sounds. They play in support of debut LP Longing.

Lydia Ainsworth | Yes | Sat 14 Sep | 7.30pm | £9

The Canadian experimental pop artist creates enchanting compositions whose classical background can be heard with lush, R&B-tinged electronics in her third album Phantom Forest.

Tashi Wada Group | Soup Kitchen | Sun 15 Sep | 7pm | £12

Often blending minimal experimental elements with drone, leftfield harmonics and distortion, the LA-based composer performs new album ‘Nue’ with his new group featuring Julia Holter and percussionist Corey Fogel.

Sun 8 Sep - Sun 15 Sep
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Wed 4 Sep 2019