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Record Junkee: Tramlines Fringe Listings

19:15–19:45 – Waddy
Dreamy, trippy, spikey alternative grunge guitar band.
20:00–20:30 – Factory
Chosen to play by Sly Antics – indie rock n roll as it should be. Songs to get you up and moving.
20:45–21:15 – Late Night Legacy
Heart thumping, jaw dropping, spine tingling funk rock band from Leeds.
21:30–22:00 – The Elephant Trees
Acoustic-led (but loud) alt-rock. Inspired by everything from Biffy Clyro and Twenty One Pilots, to Laura Marling and Ed Sheeran.
22:15–23:00 – FloodHounds
FloodHounds is a swirling explosion of bluesy fire, tearing its way through the UK’s packed and sweaty music venues.

12:45–13:20 – Vertical Hop Scotch Players
90s influenced rock band with catchy riffs, punchy bass, memorable drums and soulful lyrics.
13:40–14:10Drive Me Home
Indie rock. Think Catfish and the Bottlemen, Circa Waves, VANT, RedFaces, The Time Sellers, The Amazons and Viola Beach.
14:30–15:00 – Days of the Rufio
Alternative rock Chesterfield style. This is guitar music with a Biffy Clyro edge to it.
15:20–15:50 – Blue Elephant
Sheffield forged grunge/noise pop band with a growing reputation.
16:10–16:40 – Joel Gardner
Selected by Sly Antics – singer/songwriter from Manchester. For fans of John Butler Trio, John Mayer and Newton Faulkner.
17:00–17:30 – Chayser
Think Queen meets Foo Fighters. These boys are a must-see live band. This is the band’s final ever live performance.
17:50–18:20 – Chlulia
This is deep, dark, heavy and very classy gritty, dirty, seedy, grungy rock from something of a Sheffield super group.
18:40–19:10 – Soul Fire Saints
Riff rock from Sheffield. Think RATM, Faith No More, RHCP, Alice in Chains, Smashing Pumpkins, Pearl Jam and Nirvana.
19:30–20:00 – Special Guests (secret set)
We can’t possibly tell you anything about our secret guests!
20:20–20:50 – Stu Whiston
Indie guitar rock n roll and a firm favourite, ‘echoes of The Beatles, Neil Young and early Oasis. Catchy as hell’.
21:10–21:40 – Vetno
Wonky Garage grunge rock. Vetno are a staple diet of any Sheffield grunge loving gig goer. Eat it up.
22:00–23:00 – Deadset Dream
Sheffield’s most-loved pop punk band bringing a whole new level of fun to the proceedings.

12:30–13:00 – Ample Funk
The funky funktopus rolls into Sheffield to deliver some fat grooves and good vibes.
13:30–14:00 – The Meadows
Bursting onto the Sheffield scene in style. Somewhere between 60s psychedelia, late 70s punk and modern indie.
14:30–15:00 – Emily Jane Stancer (pictured)
Exquisite acoustic songs from one of Sheffield’s most well-known and well-loved musicians.
15:20–15:50 – The Marras
Scunthorpe heroes with influences from the biggest guitar bands – think Oasis, Manics and Verve.
16:10–16:40 – The Kicklips
Three-piece Indie band from Sheffield, producing original sounds with catchy riffs and edgy solos.
17:00–17:30 – Little Illusion Machine
Selected by Sly Antics – gloomy guitar-laden indie pysch rock three-piece from Manchester.
17:50–18:20 – Jack Chapman
Artisan of country-laced rock and soulful grooves. Taking his cues from acts as diverse as Fleetwood Mac, John Mayer, and D’Angelo.
18:40–19:10 – The 48Ks
Think The Beatles, The Kinks, The Stones, The Jam, The La’s, Led Zeppelin, Oasis, The Who, Ocean Colour Scene and Cast.
19:30–20:00 – Them Sardines
“Lou Reed meets Brian Eno.” “Best thing I’ve seen in 30 years.” Record Junkee’s favourite band and quirky as hell. A must-see show.
20:20–20:50 – For The Girl
Energetic indie pop rock quintet from Nottingham bring their own pack of playing cards to the table.
21:10–22:00 – Explorers
Alternative synth pop New Wave from Sheffield ‘taking Electro Pop to the stars’. Heavily inspired by the 1980s.

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