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Doors 7.30pm

SHUCK

SHUCK are not afraid of playing against type. A combination of two seasoned bruisers from Britain’s heavy experimental scene, featuring Al Wilson of Ghold on bass and Jon Perry of Gnod/Lake of Snakes on drums, the sounds found on their debut EP for Hominid Sounds comfortably shirks all expectations with infectious abandon. Rather than some over-done, blown out clash of the titans, Wilson and Perry have focused the energy and power from their respective projects  into crafting pummelling, propulsive, tightly composed punk bangers that chase, with neck aching degrees of success, the all-encompassing glory of the hook. Each track gallops from the gate, harmonized vocals soaring over huge slabs of bass and distorted guitars that surge together in hugely satisfying, tongue firmly in cheek melancholy. Every component  in their sound is crafted to illicit a riotous bang-over.  The pair wear their passion for the glory days of 90’s sludge songcraft firmly on their sleeves… and in the spittle that’ll be showering your face as they scream their next chorus. SHUCK currently play live with Andi Jackson (Our Man In The Bronze Age/ Lake of Snakes) guitar and backing vocals. 

https://www.facebook.com/SHUCKHQ/

https://www.instagram.com/shvckhq 

https://shvck.bandcamp.com/music

Joel C Murray 

Joel C Murray is a drummer, composer & improviser based in Liverpool.  He uses contact mics, effected vocals, synth loops and intense technical improvised and structured drumming to create explosive percussive soundscape.

www.joelcmurray.bandcamp.com

https://vimeo.com/518970751

https://www.tommyhusband.com/themoonisafakemoon

Cavernzz 

Cavernzz is the moniker of Milton Keynes based artist/musician Luke Bolitho, who has been developing his own brand of gloomy, alt-pop since his first release in 2015. His music revolves around the experiences of growing up in Milton Keynes and the attitudes and emotions associated with outsiderism. Drawing from an unusual array of influences from Bladee to Bill Callahan to Daniel Blumberg, his music crosses the boundaries of lo-fi indie, pop-rock and sadcore.

https://warmlaundryrecords.bandcamp.com/album/cavernzz-ii


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