The Great Malarkey
Influenced by the likes of Tom Waits, The Pixies, The Pogues, Beirut, Nick Cave, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Manu Chao, The Dead Brothers and Toots and the Maytals (the latter of whom they supported with only their third gig), The Great Malarkey are riotous mix of musical styles and genres delivered in a “multicultural train of fast beats and trembling slams of punk-folk spirit”.
Calico Street Riots
Hell-bent on engaging crowds in drunken revel with their epic melodies, hollered singalongs and memorable-as hell riffs, CALICO STREET RIOTS will have you dancing like your life depended on it with their beer-fuelled, riotous and frenzied, folk-punk.
Man The Lifeboats
Man the Lifeboats play raucous, upbeat folk music for those who like a drink with their tunes. Fond of crafting songs with big choruses that tell stories.
shunTA! exists for one reason: to get you dancing, jumping and stamping your feet to pounding beats from the Balkans and around the Mediterranean. A diverse group of musicians drawn together by their love of heart-rending melodies and complicated rhythms, they perform their own upbeat take on traditional and more modern tunes from all over Eastern and Southern Europe.
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Sunday 12th April
Tickets: £5 ADV