Bungalows and Bears: Tramlines Fringe Listings
FRIDAY JULY 21
19:15–19:45 – Pillow Queens
‘Bloody brilliant’ Dublin four-piece playing alt-rock with a ‘punk backbone’ (Upset Magazine).
20:00–20:30 – Chemtrails
“Salt-bleached harmonies and fuzzy lo-fi strings delivered impeccably. Get to know Chemtrails quickly.” (Far Out)
20:45–21:15 – Ganglions
“Combining poppy punk and math rock in a wondrous bag” (Punktastic).
21:30–22:00 – Personal Best
“Wonderful mix of power-pop melodies and punk snarl played with energy and confidence.” (Huffington Post)
22:30–00:00 – Triple Point (DJ)
Radar Radio/PPG resident DJ set to warm things up nicely.
00:00–03:00 – DJ Seinfeld & DJ Boring (B2B set)
Two pioneers of the new lo-fi house scene go back-to-back all night!
SATURDAY JULY 22
17:30–18:00 – The Wools
60s style jangly slacker-pop.
18:30–19:00 – BDRMM
Hazy and dreamy, with comparisons being drawn to Beach Fossils and Blood Orange.
19:30–20:00 – Creeping Jean
Insidious beat-pop from Brighton.
20:30–21:00 – Fur
“60s infused indie-pop…the perfect concoction.” (Dork)
21:30–22:15 – Her’s
“Channeling the bright-eyed charm of 50s doo-wop and early rock n roll.” (DIY Mag)
22:30–Mess Your Hair Up [DJ] Sheffield’s finest party-starters.
00:00–01:00 – Rory Phillips [DJ] Legendary producer and Trash resident DJ who’s remixed the likes of Franz Ferdinand.
01:00–02:30 – Ben Pearce [DJ] Producer/DJ behind smash hit ‘What I Might Do’, dropping 4 new EPs this year!
SUNDAY JULY 23
20:00–20:30 – Nachthexen
Aptly named after the ‘Night Witches’ of WWII, Nachthexen are dark, modern punk.
21:00 – 21:30 – Yassassin
“Yassassin channel their grievances into a clanging, twanging heap of New Wave nodding pop.” (DIY)
22:00–23:00 – Dream Wife (pictured)
“Proving darkness can be the brightest colour, Dream Wife is on an unstoppable wave.” (DIY)
23:00–Late – Rough Shag [DJ] Sheffield legend and all-round good guy playing ace tunes.
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