The HUBS: Tramlines Fringe Listings
FRIDAY JULY 21
17:30–18:15 – Rosey PM
Mancunian surf pop for sleepovers.
18:30–19:15 – Thee Mightees
Glorious jangling C86 indie pop ft. members Best Friends, The Hipshakes and L’amour Des Reves.
19:30–20:15 – The Payroll Union
Americana/Post rock for fans of Nick Cave, Tom Waits and The Band.
20:30–21:30 – The Travelling Band
“Reminiscent of Band Of Horses or My Morning Jackets ventures into the deep South.” (Clash Magazine)
22:00-23:00 – Black Peaches
A mid-way point between the swamp and the tropics; a psychotropic stew of country-boogie, spiritual-jazz and funk.
SATURDAY JULY 22
13:45–14:15 – Before Breakfast
Strong melodies and ethereal cello with sweet harmonies that rise up from the insecure depths of womanhood.
14:45–15:15 – Mysteron (pictured)
Capes! Organs! Northern accents! Post punk indebted to The Fall, Scott Walker and Broadcast.
15:45–16:15 – CRUMBS
A post-punk pop party pack from Leeds/York.
16:45–17:30 – Blueprint Blue
Sitting somewhere between the 60s folk rock and 90s slacker pop. Excellent live band.
18:00–18:45 – Cobalt Chapel
Psychedelic band featuring Cecilia Fage (Matt Berry & The Maypoles) and Jarrod Gosling (I Monster, Regal Worm).
19:15–20:00 – Big Eyes Family Players
Sheffield psych folk/synth/art rock collective led by talented illustrator James Green.
20:30–21:30 – Cian Nugent
Dublin-based Stratocaster botherer, hitting up Garage pop and cosmic guitar improvisation along the way.
22:00–23:00 – All We Are
Cathartic post punk. “A state-of-the-world-address disco child of New Order’s Age of Consent” (MOJO).
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