Average Sex | Mon 12 Aug | Castle Hotel | 7.30pm | £6

Signed onto Tim Burgess’ O Genesis Recordings, the London five-piece deliver scuzzy pop with energetic live shows and recently released their second EP ‘Melodie’.

Russian Circles | Tue 13 Aug | Gorilla | 7pm | £18

Hailing from Chicago, the instrumental post/prog rock group recently put out their seventh album ‘Blood Year’, which sees exploratory jams and bold experimentation.

Oval | Wed 14 Aug | Soup Kitchen | 7.30pm | £12

Trailblazer who pioneered glitch in the ’90s has since developed his sound to futuristic post rock; and can be seen evolving his innovation and skill in music through tech.

Mary Ocher | Thu 15 Aug | Peer Hat | 7pm | TBC

Artist whose style spans folk to raw ’60s garage and ambient, working with ethereal vocals to deliver thought provoking productions that deal with subjects such as authority and conflict.

Nev Cottee | Fri 16 Aug | Band on the Wall | 7pm | £10

Classic songwriting combined with lush soundscapes; vintage synths blended with cellos, violins and Cottee’s low barritone vocals; the artist celebrates the launch of his ‘Rivers Edge’ album.

Pram | Sat 17 Aug | Soup Kitchen | 7pm | £10

Cult ’90s band with a sound that shifts between post-rock, prog rock and krautrock; they recently released their first album in 11 years, ‘Across the Meridian’.

Medicine Boy | Sun 18 Aug | Peer Hat | 7pm | £8

The dream noise duo from Berlin via Cape Town are influenced by the likes of Spiritualized and The Mary Chain, with music that journeys through minimalistic riffs and loud, distorted guitars.

Mon 12 Aug - Sun 18 Aug
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Thu 8 Aug 2019