FRIDAY 22 JULY LISTINGS: The Fringe at Tramlines 2022
14:00 – LATE
DJs playing house throughout the day in the courtyard from 2pm til late: Becki De Funk, Namarra, Craig Cassiera, Kyle Roberston, Gio, Sean Jones, CJ Torrel.
DJ LIONEL VINYL
Best of funk and soul all on vinyl.
DJ LORCAN PRESENTS
You name it, he plays it!
21:00 – 01:00
A selector of straight-up bangers kicking the Tramlines party off in style.
18:30 – 19:00
DJANGO JONES AND THE MYSTERY MEN
19:20 – 19:50
UK based alt-pop huns.
20:10 – 20:40
TOM LUMLEY & THE BRAVE LIAISON
Leaving all remnants of the usual singer-songwriter sound in his wake, Tom Lumley and his band are gaining a reputation for taking to the stage with monumental energy.
21:00 – 21:30
Electric Enemy are a dynamic London-based commercial rock band making music in response to the world around them, speaking to a generation looking for something they can relate to and revel in.
21:35 – 22:10
Mindblowing indie rock group.
ELEPHANT ARCH RECORDS PRESENTS…
19:00 – 19:40
GET THE F OUTTA DODGE
Inhabiting the scabby underbelly of the beast, Get The F Outta Dodge are here to cover you in the life of grime from their swamp degenerate Rock n Roll shenanigans. Let them be the scratch to the itch you just can’t reach.
20:00 – 20:40
Wonky synth/guitar noisepop from Sheffield/ Leeds. “DUCK deliver a 21st century slice of new wave incorporating plenty of punk and electronica” – Louder Than War.
21:00 – 21:40
ALL GIRLS ARSON CLUB
The Beach Boys of slacker pop… The Am Dram of garage rock… The Simon and Garfunkel of pop punk… Ant and Dec go to art school. Manchester two-piece.
22:00 – 22.40
Fuzzy riffs, punchy drums and bluesy vocals from the depths of Yorkshire.
23:00 – LATE
23:30 – 03:30
SOUL JAM TRAMLINES FRINGE PARTY Tickets £5/7
Soul Jam returns to Foundry for a one-off summer soirée in the steel city, bringing the very best in boogie all night long!
A 5 piece indie/rock outfit from Manchester, taking influences across multiple decades andgenresfrombandssuchasKasabian, Elbow and The Libertines.
A Manchester-based indie-rock singer/ songwriter from Anglesey, Wales, with a single that’s been streamed in over 40 countries!
After selling out their most recent Manchester show at The Castle and continuing to release music that impacts its listeners, Pavé are a band to keep an eye on as their persistence to make their mark is defiant and unmatched.
Manchester-based indie act.
Offering an eclectic blend of witty, heartfelt lyrics, lively attitudes and punch the air riffs, proving there is still decadence in youth.
19:30 – 20:00
JUMPERS & COLLARS
4-piece indie band.
20:15 – 20:45
5-piece indie/rock band based in Sheffield.
21:00 – 21:45
Hailing from Yorkshire, Echoviolet are a four-piece alternative rock band.
22:00 – 23:00
Fuzzy rock ‘n’ roll band harking from the north of England.
18:00 – 03:00
Unit 3 is a collective of like minded people. Born from their original lockup (number 3) their sessions have brought some of the finest talent into unusual spaces. With a strong crew of residents these guys are not to be missed.
The Dorothy Pax and Honey Bee Blues Club present… PAX IN THE PARK
THE WELLY HOUSE BAND
THE BOWIE CONTINGENT
Sheffield’s first Poet Laureate and celebrated hip-hop artist brings his flows to Heist.
23:00 – 05:00
TEKKERS will be dropping a mega rave-up with us in the Hope Works courtyard for that summer flex, featuring a long list of bassline, garage and DnB talent:
More Fool U
Skillz & Cardiac
WW X YT ROOM TAKEOVER
CalDav Switch Callum Lee Ben Anderson West-1
Tickets £5-£10 Skiddle
17:00 – 22:00
MONTUNO & DJ SET
One of Sheffield’s longest-running groove bands will be taking to the stage to kick off a weekendoflivemusic.ThinkFunk&Soulin the vein of The Crusaders, Brand New Heavies, Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin, The Dap Kings, and Tower of Power. Afterwards, a live DJ will be keeping the dancing going until 10pm.
19:30 – 20:00
THE WHITE LIGHTERS
Energetic, anthemic Indie Rock’n’Roll from these Doncaster lads.
20:30 – 21:00
Much anticipated return for Maida past regulars playing anthemic Indie.
21:30 – 22:00
Multi-instru’MENTAL’ist delivers insightful, humorous aural delights.
19:00 – 01:00
Various DJs will bring a multitude of genres to the turntables at the Shakey…
Shakespeare’s stalwarts back with their heady mix of genres supporting their ethos of intimacy, inclusivity and underground party culture.
Sheffield community radio veterans bringing along some of their favourite artists from the Sheffield dance music scene.
GRL. IN THE GARDEN
A Sheffield-based collective seeking equality on the decks and the dancefloor taking you on a sonic journey from the beer garden.
17:00 – 17:30
Newly formed 2-piece rock band – imagine Supergrass fronted by Jack White.
18:00 – 18:30
Hard hitting, DIY punk met with scathing lyricism and kitchen sink realism.
19:00 – 19:30
Unhinged garage punks from outta space.
20:00 – 20:30
ALL GIRLS ARSON CLUB
A riotous, two-piece garage rock band. The Simon and Garfunkel of pop punk making music for heavy petting.
21:00 – 21:30
Neo-Industrial 5-Piece based in Manchester.
22:00 – 22:50
BYKER GROVE FAN CLUB
BGFC channel their fury via angular guitars, muscular rhythms, and sardonic vocals dripping with bile and malice.
Creola’s debut release recently featured on BBC Sheffield & the Zone 88 resident has been busy blending sounds of House/Acid/ Techno/Bass DJing in support of some of the biggest names in underground electronic scene.
23:30 – 00:30
Co-head honcho at Manchester-based prolific party org Zutekh, Burton Joyce is a regular at Warehouse Project and Parklife with banging house/techno/breaks-style sets.
00:30 – 02:30
Pioneers of the old-school rave sound and iconic underground heroes, Altern8 take the headline slot for a mouth-watering two hours!
02:30 – 03:30
Breaks, bass, beeps & bleeps! KWAKE is creating sounds that propel you back to the early days of rave including his most recent unreleased track ‘Double Helix’ recently getting a spin on Radio 1 Dance by Jaguar.
03:30 – 04:30
Rubes crosses over sounds of Ghetto, Electro, Acid and Juke – all in all giving an energetic, fast-paced performance which will leave you knackered on the dancefloor!
Zone 88 resident SEYK’s debut single ‘Make Your Body Move’ was recently picked up by Afrodeutsche and played on BBC Radio 6 Music. SEYK creates music with an all-out oldschool rave aesthetic crafting music and DJing Electro/Acid/Breakbeat/Techno styles.
22:00 – 04:00
FOR THE RECORD
One of our most popular FREE club nights returns for a Fringe at Tramlines edition, with a later start and later finish. End day 1 of the festival in the right way!