St Agnes - 'A stomping, snarling piece of psych-rock, there's an electricity running through the track, and indefinable chemistry which draws on the spirit of Jim Morrison' - Clash Magazine Sister
St Agnes – ‘A stomping, snarling piece of psych-rock, there’s an electricity running through the track, and indefinable chemistry which draws on the spirit of Jim Morrison’ – Clash Magazine
Sister Witch – A daemon baby doll Bonnie Parker, dragging her feet back home after an all night bender in Zelda Sayres skin. Lungs full of laudanum, lovelorn, lost.
Dolly Haze broken vocals, accompanied by restless drumbeats and guitars that roll their eyes at the attempt of vengeance. Alongside a quiet but calculating Warhol cult leader.
Psyence – ‘“The drums sound like Can’s ‘Vitamin C’ as the guitars play a frantic game of snakes and ladders through the kaleidoscopic soundscapes.” The NME
“Psyence are now ready to show the world what they’ve got, in their case face melting 60s rock that sounds like Wooden Shjips drowning in a thick, molten vat of acidic organs and churning riffs. The aptly titled Chemicals For Breakfast means your cornflakes will never taste the same again.” Q’
6pm Noise Noir
6.35pm The Widows
7.10pm Winnie and The Rockettes
7.45pm Sister Witch
9.30pm Saint Agnes
(Sunday) 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm