- 8.30 pm onstage. £5 with flyer
With a voice that's as smooth as sandpaper and recalls a time when gentlemen weren't quite so gentle, Mark Woods' whimsical world is a folksy, rootsy one, where rock and roll makes fleeting appearances amidst the occasional waltz and ballad.
SOUND MARSHALS- Manc act with a plaintive minor key guitar drifting into a soaring vocal and punchy riddim section as prefaced on 'Serontonin'...bits of Audioweb, Oasis, Doves...include some Dark Side enducing blues wailing female backup singing and generally have a very big sound with a dynamic production .
INLAND EMPIRE- Plenty of potential in their sound, these Inland Empire boys. Pop/punk/indie genres collide and collude cunningly well. Smart jaunty little songs, a bit Kooks, a bit Larrikin Love and everything else that’s typically poptastic in the sexy world of indie pop!
BIG NUM- Rollicking, raw punk infused RocknRoll with one eye on the Funhouse route to narco punk abandon, the other on a stylish and zippy Electric 6 style buzz.