Mauno + Television Screens

Thursday 05 October 2017 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£5 Advance/ £7 OTD



Ever since forming in September 2014, Mauno (pronounced Mao-no, and ironically named after bassist / vocalist Eliza Niemiʼs completely unmusical Finnish grandfather) has had a wandering sound that refuses to be pinned down.

On Rough Master, they strayed from twisting grunge-pop to piano ambience and string-accompanied haze, in part inspired by Niemiʼs background in classical cello and prog rock.

Television Screens are a noise art pop band from Coventry, England. Television Screens started of as a bedroom Psyche project by Jake Monroe during the summer of 2016 and later released a 6-track EP titled ‘Space Echo’ in October 2016. After its release Jake (Vox and Guitar) got together with long time friends Connor Blundell (guitar) Liam Tweedie (guitar) Laurence Jephcote (Bass) and Natalie Morrison (Drums) to create a live set and since then have performed with acts such as Amber Arcades, Las Kellies, Mauno and Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble. Combining their love for the noise rock/pop and sharp, intricate Post-Punk guitar lines.

Television Screens can create an explosive set of noise based instrumentals with soft flowing vocals.


Location
The Coal Vaults


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