Bungalows and Bears: Fringe at Tramlines listings

21:00 – 23:00 – GROUNDWORK
Local selectors Groundwork play a blend of house, techno, acid and nu-jazz to kick off the weekend.
23:00 – 00:30 – ADAM S
Better known as one quarter of Saul’s Sessions, Adam S goes solo this time, warming up with everything funky, rare and fresh.
00:30 – 03:00 – MOOMIN
Berlin-based Moomin plays his first Sheffield date in over three years. New album Yesterday’s Tomorrows expertly combines lo-fi house with breakbeat and jungle rhythms.

17:30 – 18:00 – CORA PEARL
One of the finest bands to emerge on the Sheffield scene in recent times, Cora Pearl bring a fast-paced and energetic live show with elements of heavy indie-rock, psych and grunge.
18:30 – 19:00 – LIFE AQUATIC BAND
Life Aquatic band are meek, yet irreverent, arresting yet woozy, gentle yet delirious; their sound is a conglomerate of delicious contradictions that run completely concurrent to each other. (Reyt Good Magazine)
19:15 – 19:45 – JACKIE MOONBATHER
Laid back soul-jazz multi-instrumentalist performing music from his self-titled EP with full live band.
20:15 – 20:45 – PIXEY
Pixey perfectly encapsulates the carefree nature of youth with her uncomplicated charm and infectious blast of sunshine-fuelled guitars. (Bido Lito)
21:30 – 22:15 – CHILDCARE
Hotly-tipped newcomers Childcare headline the Saturday party with their visceral live show in support of debut EP ‘Made Simple’.
23:00 – 01:00 – SNO
Banana Hill resident and South African born Nongi Oliphant aka SNO brings her collection of jazz, hip-hop, bass, and world rhythms on Saturday night.
01:00 – 03:00 – O’FLYNN
Newly signed to Ninja Tune, O’Flynn is a young producer from London who has been hailed by Boiler Room as “one of dance music’s most prosperous newcomers”.

17:00 – 17:30 – SWEETHEART
Local newcomers Sweetheart play Spiral Scratch era Buzzcocks meets Swell Maps. Their self-titled four track EP back in 2014 remains an instant classic.
18:00 – 18:30 – PEACH CLUB
“Norwich four-piece Peach Club describe themselves as ‘activist punks’, taking the Riot Grrrl legacy and stretching it to impact on their everyday lives. ” (Clash)
19:00 – 19:30 – LUCIA
“LUCIA channels seething punk and mixes it up with pop hooks to create something captivating. A sublime mix of pop sensibilities and garage-rock tendencies.” (DIY Mag)
20:15 – 20:45 – PHOBOPHOBES
Apocalyptic and chaotic psych rock influenced by Nick Cave, Wall of Voodoo and even The Magic Roundabout.
21:30 – 22:15 – NOVA TWINS
“Formula One basslines, Rage Against The Machine intensity and plenty of self-aggrandisement make for a hefty urban punk sniper bullet to the forehead. “(NME)

All listings correct at time of publication. Head over to Bungalows and Bears’ Facebook page for updates. 

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