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Crystal Stage: Tramlines Fringe Listings

FRIDAY JULY 21
18:30–19:00 – Where Fires Are
Adrenaline-fuelled, emotionally-charged alternative rock. “Explosive, intricate Alt rock.” (Q Magazine)
19:15–19:45 – Patawawa
Electronic disco/funk party band blending beats to pump blood, glittered guitar riffs and basslines that bite.
20:00–20:30 – The Leathernecks
Guitar-based mash-up of The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, The Libertines, The Courteeners, Black Keys and The Vaccines.
20:45–21:15 – Adelphi
Indie guitar band with two front men of equal stature and talent – giving it their all for the future of rock n roll.
21:30–22:00 – Sabella
Infectious high velocity guitar band full of throw your hands in the air indie anthems.
22:15–23:00 – Billy Bibby & The Wry Smiles (pictured)
Founding member of Catfish & The Bottlemen bringing his new band to Tramlines for the first time!

SATURDAY JULY 22
12:00–12:30 – Cabezudos
Think The Rolling Stones meets The Doors meets The Stooges meets Primal Scream and you’ve got Cabezudos.
12:50–13:20 – Kong
Slurred indie-Punk from Exposed Magazine’s award-winning Band of the Year. Big, thunderous sound. Get involved.
13:40–14:10 – Sundance
Sundance are an indie rock quartet from Barnsley, influenced by Oasis, The Beatles, Stone Roses, Bowie and The Coral.
14:30–15:00 – Howl
Formerly NGOD – electronic indie hypnotic groove-ridden songs designed to make you dance your face off.
15:20–15:50 – ALLUSONDRUGS
Mosh pit igniting Psychedelic grunge fury. One of the most spectacular and urgent groups the country has to offer.
16:10–16:40 – Sleeptalking
Mesmerizing trip-inducing sounds of 70s psychedelia and raw, riotous grunge with a furious, chaotic live show.
17:00–17:30 – Oddity Road
Fast rising young guitar band following in the footsteps of the success of their stable-mates The Sherlocks.
17:50–18:20 – Asylums
“One hundred percent full-on crazy and riotous. Infectiously melodic songs that come in quick succession.” This is one hell of a live show.
18:40–19:10 – Hands Off Gretel
Ultra-popular GRRL fronted D.I.Y grunge band for fans of Hole, Babes in Toyland, L7, Bikini Kill and Nirvana.
19:30–20:00 – Cellar Door Moon Crow
Saturday’s headline band – CDMC’s sick, distorted riffs and fierce drumming comes fused with gritty urban vocals. Beastie Boys meets White Stripes.
20:20–20:50 – Avalanche Party
An absolute tour de force, with boundless energy and breath-taking performance which truly sets them apart. Fierce and no holds barred.
21:10–21:40 – October Drift
Glastonbury festival John Peel stage, European tours and a wealth of festivals ticked off this year.
22:00–22:30 – Sheafs
BBC Radio 1 and Steve Lamacq endorsed Sheffield band. Sheafs is a furious indie guitar band on a meteoric rise.
22:50–23:30 – Beware of Echoes
The wonky beat electronic band with guitars. Recently supported White Lies at O2 Academy and more.

SUNDAY JULY 23
12:00–12:30 – Puppet Rebellion
Infectious electro indie band from Manchester. Think The Amazons meets Blossoms with ultra-catchy songs.
12:50–13:20 – The Time Sellers
Anthemic indie rock n roll boys full of influences taken from Oasis, Milburn and Redfaces.
13:40–14:10 – Henderson
New Sheffield guitar band. The Stone Roses meets Cast and Reverend and the Makers.
14:30–15:00 – The Seamonsters
Six-piece fast-rising all-girl glitter pop group. For fans of The Wombats, Black Honey and GLITTER!
15:20–15:50 – Casey Lowry
Radio One play-listed with ‘Trampolene’, tropical pop artist Casey Lowry makes his Crystal Stage debut.
16:10–16:40 – Bayonet
Button bright infectious dance floor indie pop for fans of The 1975 and Swim Deep.
17:00–17:30 – Keir
This year’s Headline Artist – a must-see set – Keir is Radio One play-listed. A riotous fusion of RnB, soul and pop.
17:50–18:20 – Trash
You already know TRASH. Four spunky, young slacker-glitter-indie-pop rejects, hot and fresh from the swamps of Chez.
18:40–19:10 – King No One
One of the most popular glitzy indie pop bands out there – fizzing hooks, buoyant energy and tonnes of charm.
19:30–20:00 – Frazer
Frazer returns to Crystal Stage having proven one of the most popular indie pop bands we’ve ever had play for us.
20:20–20:50 – Desperate Journalist
‘Intense and shimmering post-punk’ for fans of The Smiths, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Joy Division. Get in early for this band!
21:10–21:40 – Crooked Flames
High-octane Guitar pop band forged from the glowing embers of previously (and very deliberately) burnt bands. Expect anthems.
22:00–23:00 – Faerground Accidents
Androgynous rock n roll freak-based pop band from Sheffield.


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