Maida Vale: Tramlines Fringe Listings
FRIDAY JULY 21
18:00–18:30 – The Spirals
Blending indie rock, big guitar and synth riffs with great song writing and stage presence.
19:00–19:30 – The Fever Club
Sheffield-based indie band formed in 2016 with an already impressive set of songs.
20:00–20:30 – The Empire Police
Indie rock n roll from Preston with big tunes and catchy riffs – a must-see live.
21:00–21:30 – The Sky Moguls
Sheffield purveyors of soul, funk, rock and indie musical honey for your aural pleasure.
22:00–22:45 – The Jackobins
Sensational indie rock n roll from Liverpool follow UK tour with this Friday night headline slot.
SATURDAY JULY 22
12:00–12:30 – Rachael Webster
Young Sheffield singer/songwriter with amazing vocals bringing pop punk/alt influences to her music.
13:00–13:30 – Eden
Sheffield singer making her return to Maida Vale Tramlines with amazing vocals and song writing.
14:00–14:30 – Sol
Leeds-based acoustic ensemble playing a selection of originals and covers guaranteed to entertain.
15:00–15:30 – Just Mammals
Blending nouveau and retro indie influences, these Grimsby lads are already making their mark.
16:00–16:30 – JD Kelleher
Theatrical showmanship and infectious song writing make JD a musician/entertainer not to be missed.
17:00–17:30 – The Blues of Summer
Fantastic indie and rock favourites from this Sheffield band playing our Saturday teatime covers spot.
18:00–18:30 – The Chadelics
Fine indie rock n roll, the essence of punk with swirls of psychedelia/pop sensibilities.
19:00–19:30 – AutoPilot
Four-piece Alt/pop/indie featuring Andy Hopkins formerly of The Enemy, one to watch.
20:00–20:30 – Paul Fletcher and The Dukes
Sheffield award-winning musician, songwriter and film score writer, appearing with his band The Dukes.
21:00–21:30 – The Velcro Teddy Bears
Northern fried rock n roll, Sheffield/Barnsley favourites on top form and ready to rock.
22:00–23:00 – Truly Apparent (pictured)
Seven-piece Sheffield band playing a fine selection of reggae, roots rock, rocksteady and lovers rock.
SUNDAY JULY 23
13:00–13:30 – Wolfman Lateral
Sheffield songwriter and entertainer extraordinaire, solo as he is here, or with band Lateral Vision.
14:00–14:30 – Generation
Exciting proto-punk from Liverpool with massive tunes and impressive gigs already to their name.
15:00–15:30 – Hoodoo Operators
West Yorkshire country Blues Band with great musicianship and songs of women, booze and death.
16:00–16:30 – The Outfits
Indie rock band hailing from Sheffield bringing you their proclaimed dirty rock n roll sound.
17:00–17:30 – Prime
Indie with Punk sensibilities, great musicianship, an engaging front man and big catchy tunes.
18:00–18:30 – Polar States
Impressive Liverpool band championed by Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and BBC Radio 6’s Steve Lamacq.
19:00–19:30 – Bailey Street
With youth on their side, musical ability and songs beyond their years, always a star attraction.
20:00–20:30 – The Silent Age
Two lunar men, one lunar woman bringing you electronic, alternative dark goth with mesmerising showmanship.
21:00–22:00 – The Bowie Contingent
TBC return welcome as ever, still untouchable as a live music homage to David Bowie.
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