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SUNDAY 23RD JULY LISTINGS: THE FRINGE AT TRAMLINES 2023

* All listings correct at time of publication

Alder

15:00-23:00

Afternoon Acoustic Sessions

Bath Hotel

16:00 – 18:00 

Jody Davies (the Fargo Railroad Co)

Well-crafted lyrics with an Americana sound leaning to country but keeping an identity of its time.

Bungalows and Bears

13:15-14:00

Lumarie

Singer/ songwriter in Sheffield and London. Singing the lush sounds found in nature.

14:30-15:15

Gannet

Based in North Shields on Tyneside. Alt ‘harcar’ rock with folk influences. Songwriting to leave you caught in a hazy spell

15:45-16:30

Chloë Beth Rogers 

Welsh born singer- songwriter based in Sheffield. Raised with an eclectic music range of blues, pop and folk, Rogers has settled into her own style of neo-soul with an RnB flair similar to that of Joy Crookes and Mahalia. 

17:00-17:45

ABS

ABS has the voice to get you grooving.

17:45-22:00

CHERI

Catch Cheri for smooth grooves and HI-NRG nonsense.

Church House

21:00 – 23:00

Blast Lane

An original modern blues band based in Sheffield.

Devonshire Green Stage 

13:00-14:00

Rogue Siesta

Funky Reggae grooves, bursting with saxophones and smokey blues guitar riffs, all with a snarling rocky edge.

14:00-15:00

Tracks Presents

Tracks Presents is a platform for Sheffield’s finest young performers. From rock to RnB, we will be sharing our favourite original tracks. Tracks is a project showcasing the talent at Sheffield Music School. You will hear from Sunburst, Bosh, The Maychix, Harris, Tracks Rap and J2W.

15:30-16:00

Shanghai Treason

‘Folk- tinged punk rock, mixing snarling guitars with banjo’.

16:30-17:15

Highway Child

A blasting nine piece Soul, Funk and Blues review band from Sheffield.

18:00-19:00

Sheffield Beatles Project

Going beyond the remit of a traditional tribute act, The Sheffield Beatles Project unites some of the city’s finest musicians with a live orchestra to recreate entire Beatles albums.

Fagan’s Pub: Our Sweet Space

14:00-14:30

Teah Lewis

Sunsoaked-soulful originals, charm like a soft blanket. 

15:00-15:30

Mica Sefia

Mica’s going far. A powerful stage presence with emotive sensitivity.

16:00-16:30

Brodie Milner

Nuanced, evocative, and a bit too sad for a Summer’s party.

17:00-17:30

Sunflower Thieves

Sisterhood, nurturing unique sound through ethereal harmonies and storytelling lyrics.

18:00-18:30

Daudi Matsiko

Ugandan singer-songwriter and guitarist carefully crafts modern albeit reverent folk.

19:00-19:30

Sara Wolff

Playing with sound in the face of adulting. AltPop/AltFolk.

20:30-21:30

Sister Wives 

Bilingual dreamweavers. Post-punk, prog-flecked psychedelia. Let’s finish weird.

Frog & Parrot (DJ Sets)

14:00
Stevlor

Hosts the Soul Casino Radio Show, Sheffield’s longest running independently produced Soul music programme. 

14:45

G.T.

A familiar face around the venues and record decks of Sheffield, not only a DJ with ‘Soul’ but also gallantly treads the indie/alternative path. Martha Reeves’ favourite British record spinner!

15:30

Alan Bagshaw

One third of the trinity of Northern Soul DJs who run The Roundabout Soul Club, one of the most well attended Northern Soul nights in the suburbs of the steel city.

16:15

Nigel Filmer

Longstanding DJ of over 40, Nigel began his Northern Soul career DJing as a 15 year old teenager at Sheffield’s famous Samantha’s night club  and is known for promoting several top nights in the city’s soul history.

17:00

Russ Winstanley

The man who started the legendary Wigan Casino Club and the un-disputed ‘King’ of stomping Northern Soul.

18:00

Stu Teece

Resident DJ at Sheffield’s Route 61 Club and Ilkeston’s Byron Soul Club. Love’s nothing more than playing his excellent record collection to likeminded ‘souls’. 

18:45

Moggs

Spinning a set of banging and often underplayed 60s R&B 45s. 

19:30

Soul J

Former long-standing resident of The Woodseats Soul Club and now promoter and DJ of Indie-Go Northern Soul & Motown as well as spending the last 15 years playing and promoting ‘For The Record’.

20:15

Bobby T

Resident at the Frog & Parrot’s eleven-year-strong Northern Soul night, plays straight from the record box with no advance set list.

Hagglers Corner

19:30-20:15 

I Set the Sea on Fire

5-piece punk rock band from Sheffield.

20:30-21:25

Ash Gray and the Burners

Plays an eclectic mix of psychedelic country, folk and rock.

Maida Vale

20:00

70’s Disco Spectacular (UK BJORN – ABBA Tribute)

The UK’s best live tribute to the 70s icons. Playing ALL their hits with fantastic full-costumed live show.

Molly Malone’s

17:00-21:00

Automatic Fishcake

The one-man cover band is a one-man party machine. With an arsenal of instruments and infectious energy, he delivers a non-stop extravaganza of music and entertainment.

22:00-02:00

Dougie Smith

Talented cover band with a mastery of various guitar styles, has taken Ireland by storm. From heartfelt Irish ballads to foot-stomping pub classics, his performances have captivated audiences across the country. 

Network

Our Sound Music Stage  

12:00

Isaac Neilson

12:50

Joe Dewick

13:40

The North

14:30

At The Arcade

15:20

Mara Liddle

16:10

La Vire

17:00

Equiovically Faded

17:50

The Matchbox

18:40

Birrell Or Biscuit 

19:30 

Feverjaw

20:20

Sandra’s Weddding 

21:10

Passive Fix

22:00 

Happy Athletic

Awayday Stage Courtyard

12:00 

Yellow Curtains

 12:50 

Capes

13:40 

Turning Tune 

14:30 

Fat Dads

15:20

The Ruffs

16:10

Jen Dixon

17:00

Edge of 13

17:50

The Height

18:40

Glass Skies

19:30

Sam bk

20:20

Soul Love 

21:10 

The Domino’s

20.00

The Cavs

Pax in the Park: Heeley People’s Park

10:15-11:15

Cotton Yoga

Cotton has been teaching Vinyasa Yoga around Sheffield since 2017. Physical yoga practice can provide an opportunity to shift away from the chaos into a beautiful moving meditation. Adults only. All you need to do is bring a mat and a smile.

11:30-12:00

Circus Show

For the younger ones and those who want to be amazed they’ll be a short performance from Circus proffesionals who’ll also be walking around the park and providing workshops until mid-afternoon

12:00-12:30

DJ Tim Lionel Vinyl

Tim LV has been hosting Sevenby7 across Sheffield since 2001. Tim’s encyclopaedic knowledge of music will keep you dancing all through Sunday afternoon with his selection of 45s from rock to funk with all the bangers

12:30-13:00

Oughtibridge Brass Band

Oughtibridge Brass Band, based in the village of Oughtibridge (North Sheffield), is a traditional British Brass Band, currently competing in the 4th section of the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain

13:00-13:30

DJ Tim Lionel Vinyl

13:30-14:30

Jazz Hot Six

From Sheffield (mostly), the ‘Jazz Hot Six’ are some of the UK’s finest musicians playing everything from early (1930s-40s) traditional Gypsy Swing through to the bebop era of the early ‘50s and beyond.

14:30-15:00

DJ Tim Lionel Vinyl

15:00-16:00

Ivan Campo

An alternative indie-rock folk band from Manchester, England. They have released two albums and toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe. They have a strong live presence and their music is both catchy and thought-provoking.

16:00-16:30

DJ Loz

DJ Loz of UrbanLycraCollective known as Sheffields irreverent runners will be keeping the park dancing on Sunday evening. Expect an unpredictable range of styles and genres. -more school than cool

16:30-18:00

Martin Stephenson & The Daintees

A British rock/folk/pop band formed in Newcastle in 1983. They are known for their eclectic mix of musical styles, their energetic live performances, and songwriter Martin Stephenson’s skills. 

18:00-18:30

DJ Loz

18:30-19:30

Sarah Jay Hawley

A platinum-winning, internationally renowned singer/songwriter with a career spanning thirty years. Sarah has written and sung on over 80 international releases including Massive Attacks’ platinum-selling album Mezzanine

19:30-20:00

DJ Loz

20:00-21:30

The John Otway Band

An English singer-songwriter who has built a cult following since the 1970s. He is known for his quirky sense of humor, his self-deprecating personality, and his catchy songs. His biggest hit was “Really Free” in 1977. 

Record Junkee 

12:00

Pale Sailor Band 

Sheffield-based emo band.

12:50

Silk Spinster

A hard rock/metal band.

13:40

Femme De

New noise out of Norfolk.

14:30

Televised Mind

15:20

Sarah Johnstone

16:10

Those Heavy Souls

17:00

Charm

17:50

Wintergreen

18:40 

Well Rid

Raw energy and gritty vocals.

19:30

Iodine

Grunge-Punk straight out of Nottingham.

20:20

Dirty Scarlet Band

 4-piece hard rock, heavy metal band from Barnsley.

21:10

Fire Garden

Prog ‘n’ Roll from Sheffield.

22:00

Confyde

Red Lion

14:30-15:15

Frankie Amoré

15:15-16:00

RepoMen (acoustic)

Acclaimed Sheffield indie guitar band.

16:00-17:00

The RE:Offenders

The best in classic, modern and downright silly punk.

17:00-17:45

Toads

18:00 – 18:45

Drew Friel vs. Emmy Irish

19:00 – 19:45

Batman’s Treaty

Post-colonial guitar-pop stamping across your front porch.

The Sheaf View

15:00 – 15:45

Kier Burke

An incredible singer-songwriter from South Yorkshire.

16:00 – 16:45

Silk & Custard

17:00 – 17:45

Ciaron Elm

Singer, songwriter from Sheffield covering abroad range of genres.

18:00 – 18:45

Adam Heyes & Tommy Jones

Sheffield since 2002, singing forever popular cover songs.

19:00 – 19:45

Silvermill

A band based in Sheffield consisting of two sisters.

Shakespeare’s

Shakey garden party hosted by ciaron elm

Sidney and Matilda

16:00 

Footprints Jazz Club DJs

18:00 

Beluga

19:00 

Katsina

20:00 

Bop Kaballa

21:00 – 21:45

Fuji Speedway

The Washington

14:30-15:00

Beluga

Funk and jazz-infused playing cuts from Sheffield.

15:45-16:30

Bowie Contingent

A tribute to David Bowie, playing cuts from the Berlin trilogy.

17:10-17:40

Bone Broke Kings

Blues rockers whose music lives in both the dark and the light.

18:20-18:50

Dead Slow Hoot

Sheffield/ London based band drawing influence from indie rock, folk, minimalism and electronica.

19:30-20:00

Tigers and Flies

An alternative indie band from Manchester. Music to make friends to.

20:45-21:15

We Hate the Sharkman

Energetic six-piece funk band that will help you party the night away.

22:00-22:50

Kiziah and the Kings

Bringing an eclectic band of styles from reggae, rock ‘n’ roll and funk together.

The Yorkshireman

17:00 – 19:00

The Jim Burke Band

A unique blend of blues, jazz, and ragtime – old and new.

Yellow Arch Studios: Skint Bizkit Presents

15:30 – 16:00

Richard Carlson Band

Wonky art rock from the steel city, music to fall down the stairs to

16:20 – 16:50

Meek

Hull alt-pop-rock outfit with upbeat, positive vibes. BBC introducing artists with 8 music videos to enjoy. Foot tapping and uplifting live sets. Est. 2019.

17:10 – 17:40

SIMSIMSOSA

One of the most versatile rappers to come out of Yorkshire, there’s no denying the versatility with him. His Demi God EP intersects all his artistic inspirations for a longevity project and cemented his key fan base as he shared his journey

18:00 – 18:30

The Strangerz

Leftfield with a distinct groove, flicking between angular post-punk and hard-hitting visceral feminist punk. They deliver bending hook-laden guitar lines paired with viscous drums and vocals that make a genre-breaking loose, raw and ragged sound.

18:50 – 19:20

Skitz Wizards

F**k the f**kers, come dance. Nottingham based 4 piece, 2 basses. Heavy punk tunes for the people.

19:40 – 20:10

Drastic//Automatic

Music for people who are always running late – dystopian anthems from Sheffield’s concrete underbelly

20:30 – 21:00 

Django Jones and the Mystery Men

Post-punk band from Sheffield, recently bursting onto the live scene with a screeching and energetic sound. With resounding vocals, punching drums, and overdriven guitars, the band’s volatility promises an undeniably relentless experience.




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