Paul Hawkins & Thee Awkward Silences present another night of noisy choatic fun.
The show's running into its final strait now with just two more fantastic Silent Nights to catch before our Summer hiatus.
This month you can see the following wonders:
Paul Hawkins & Thee Awkward Silences
"They straddle some sort of tripartite line between music, poetry and character-based stand-up comedy. This is not your average indie band." - Rock-Metal Reviews
"The kind of thing I can imagine the late, great Alex Harvey doing if he grew up listening to punk". - Cool Noise
The missing link between Albini, McClusky and The Fall. In their own words "Loud drums, loud bass, loud guitar, some shouting, no metal."
"Angular and agitated" - Rock N' Roll & Meandering Nonsense
Q Without U
"the power pop nirvana of a Jon Auer (The Posies) song given a post-punk, uber rhythmic reworking via Duran Duran"
"Their zingy '70s psychedelic-pop buzzes like a Super Furry-fuelled electro generator supervised by Mark E. Smith."
"The tunes are great, the lyrics are hilarious and if you don’t like it, you’re clearly an idiot"
You And Me
Moldy Peaches-influenced London antifolk duo singing sweet, enchanting pop.
Quite possibly the finest surrealist performance poet in the United Kingdom
Entry £5, Doors 7:30pm