Biff Bang Pow’s Lazy Sunday
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Brought to you by the people behind our regular Biff Bang Pow club night, ‘Biff Bang Pow’s Lazy Sunday’ brings together more bands than you could squeeze in to their usual Saturday night slot, accompanied by DJs, stalls, face painting, and all for free or ‘pay what you can’ with all proceeds donated to charity.
Your Compere for the Day will be the Right honorable Mr Jimmy Mcgee of The Infamous Bobby Mcgee’s!
there will be bands, lots of lovely things to buy, delicious food and cocktails, Djs, raffles & competitions…and lots, lots more…
1pm- 3am Sunday 26th August
FAMILY FRIENDLY UNTIL 7PM – CHILDREN WELCOME
The Silver Factory are a Leicester band signed to Elefant records
Viva Stereo are a 4 piece Indie-Electronica band based in Scotland: The band was formed in 2001 and is part of the Fence Collective. They have released 3 albums through their own Much Better Records label and have collaborated with King Creosote, Malcolm Middleton, The Pictish Trail, My Latest Novel, Ambrose Tompkins, Onthefly, Odeon Beat Club and Candythief. The 4th album, ‘Endure the Dark to See the Stars’ was released through De-Fence Records
Engaging like Hitchcock or Lynch, the sounds take various paths, sucking the listener in ever closer with tales of murder, hellish visions, love and loss, and the bittersweet luxury of insanity.
Mood after mood, the songs alter from ethereal dreamscapes to huge grinding guitars with incessant pounding waves of noise….
“Daylight Frequencies has got that edge, that deep, heavy sound, that gets into your head and makes you a little mental. Their music will get into you. Check it out – (Dirty Sexy Karma, New York)
“Like a cross pollination of lo-fi American indie rockers yo la tengo and the British ’nu-folk’ of Laura marling, Nat Johnson is a refreshing and melodically gifted talent. The Sheffield based singer-songwriter first made a name for herself in the early years of the 21st century as the leader of folk-pop outfit monkey swallows the Universe and her latest venture finds her experimenting with the fringes of folk and americana in much the same way Wilco did with the now classic “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot” album. One of the Norths best kept secrets.”