Mattiel | Tue 2 Jul | Gorilla | £15
Invited by Jack White to support him in her early years, the Atlanta-based artist Mattiel produces a vintage, nostalgic Americana/blues rock sound and tours in support of new release ‘Satis Factory’.

Donny Benet | Wed 3 Jul | Yes | £11
Endlessly funky and feelgood, the post-disco multi-instrumentalist’s use of synthesizers, electric bass, saxophone and electronic drums has earned him the description of ‘the favourite nephew to Uncles Giorgio  Moroder, Alan Vega and Michael McDonald’.

30/70 | Thu 4 Jul | Soup Kitchen | £8
Hailing from Melbourne, the five-piece are a self-proclaimed hip hop collective whose sound also embraces R&B, jazz, soul and funk, with a live ensemble that sees the group double in size.

The Scuttlers| Fri 5 Jul | Deaf Institute | £7
Homegrown indie punks whose inspiration from artists such as The Clash and The Libertines can be heard through their blend of garage rock, post punk and frenetic percussion.

Beach Baby | Sat 6 Jul | Yes | £5
With a sound that spans shoegaze, grunge, ’80s new wave and ’60s pop, the London-based four-piece return in support of upcoming second album; a product of the band finding themselves skint after their previous tour.

Mon 1 Jul - Sun 7 Jul
Edwina Chan
Published on:
Mon 24 Jun 2019