8:30 pm - 11:00 pm
£12 advance / £15 Door
Imperial Wax are the longest serving and last line up of legendary Manchester band The Fall. Keiron Melling, Dave Spurr and Pete Greenway have teamed up with Black Pudding singer Sam Curran and have already recorded forthcoming album “Gastwerk Saboteurs” and are now ready to dish it out live. Imperial Wax are eager to play to you a diverse and vital attack of rock ‘n’ roll that is distinctly their own.
Gunther Prague. Like Minutemen playing metal or Cardiacs vs. Shellac, Gunther Prague’s stated aim is “writing and recording more music than could ever make any sense”. In October 2018 they released their second full length album Capital Rats recorded in Chicago with with the legendary Steve Albini of Shellac / Big Black.
Storm the Palace are at the forefront of the cinematic folk-pop revolution you hadn’t realised you needed. Taking inspiration from European folk, sixties orchestral pop and nineties guitar bands, their songs interrogate everything from history and astronomy to meteorology and mass transit
The Tin At The Coal Vaults