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Saturday 04 April 2015
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm BETE BANNER
La Bête Blooms

From subtle reverb drenched beginnings, Hull post-punk five-piece La Bête Blooms recent offerings display a pivotal change in the band’s sound. Snarling vocals, distorted guitars and feedback accompany a raw energy that the band are already well known for at live shows.

“Synergising elements of fabled artists such as Slowdive, Pale Saints and even the Pixies, this young band occupy an all-too-rare position in recognising those touchstones, without ever actually ‘borrowing’ from them.” – Jonathan Cridford, One&Other

“La Bete Blooms’ new track ‘Stay Away’ is an overdriven thrasher that will appeal to those who like the feral ferocity of Nirvana’s ‘Territorial Pissings'” — NME

Following La Bête Blooms show will be an Indie Disco until late – so come down and make a night of it!

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Sunday 05 April 2015
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm launch poster 2
Charles Dexter Ward & The Imagineers + Resurrection Men

From living with a bear to time travelling Victoriana, Charles Dexter Ward has taken his four Imagineers on a phantasmagorical adventure through time and riffs, riding waves of psychedelic fuzz, being shot to the ground with lightning rock n roll licks and then swallowed up by the thunderous primal sounds of drums and bass, all the while following the distorted screams that tell the tales of Love, Death and Time Travel! Lost Imagineers and broken time machines have yet to thwart Charles Dexter Ward and The Imagineers sailing the high seas of time with only a broken pocket watch for direction. And finally they are here, now. Broken, bruised and armed with their brand new album Love, Death & Time Travel.

Charles Dexter Ward & The Imagineers have been likened to the bastard sons of Captain Beefheart wrestling with Led Zepplin. With huge riffs and razor sharp hooks, this is rock music as it should be played loud, raw and live.

Sunday 05 April 2015
8:30 pm - 11:00 pm alt=""
The Tin Open Mic

Bring a guitar, viola, double bass, your best singing voice or just a pair of ears and enjoy the environs of the Coal Vaults on the last night of your weekend. £1 entry

Friday 10 April 2015
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm BY BANNER
Black Yaya

Black Yaya is a new singer, songwriter, although he’s not new to the world of singer-songwriters. Indeed, he used to write, record and perform under Herman Dune. After travelling the seven seas and beyond with Herman Dune and recording more than ten albums with that band, Ivar decided he wanted to create something new so Black Yaya was born, the new moniker of Ivar.

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Saturday 11 April 2015
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm banner
Lady Godiva's Operation #3 : Vibracathedral Orchestra + Death Shanties + Heather Leigh

Alex Neilson returns to The Tin at the Coal Vaults for another of his immensely popular Lady Godiva’s Operation nights.

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Sunday 12 April 2015
8:30 pm - 11:00 pm alt=""
The Tin Open Mic

Bring a guitar, viola, double bass, your best singing voice or just a pair of ears and enjoy the environs of the Coal Vaults on the last night of your weekend. £1 entry

Monday 13 April 2015
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm TOMMY BANNER
Tom Brosseau

North Dakotan folk troubadour Tom Brosseau returns to The Tin at the Coal Vaults this April to promote his fantastic new album ‘Perfect Abandon’. Catch him here for one of only two UK dates.

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Thursday 16 April 2015
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Rosie Wilby (Comedy)

Funny Women finalist and BBC Radio 4 regular Rosie studied at York University in the early 90s against a backdrop of John Major and Riot Grrrl. She discovered the women’s newspaper Matrix and decided to join the collective. And, yet, as a geeky electronics undergrad with an unfortunate perm and coming to terms with her sexuality, she didn’t quite fit in. In 2013 she discovered dusty copies of Matrix in her parents attic and decided to set about tracing some of the women…

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Sunday 19 April 2015
8:30 pm - 11:00 pm alt=""
The Tin Open Mic

Bring a guitar, viola, double bass, your best singing voice or just a pair of ears and enjoy the environs of the Coal Vaults on the last night of your weekend. £1 entry

Wednesday 22 April 2015
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm Ryley Walker
Ryley Walker

Ryley Walker is the reincarnation of the true True American guitar Guitar Player. Primrose Green begins near where All Kinds of You, his last record, leaves off but quickly pushes far afield. The title sounds pastoral and quaint, but the titular green has dark hallucinogenic qualities, as does much of the LP. The band is a mixture of new and old Chicago talent, blending both jaded veterans of the post-rock and jazz mini-circuits together with a few eager, open-eared youths.

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