Tally Ho! and Interior Presents:
The description 'cult band' usually suggests a group that has been going for a while but is only really important to a very small number of people. This definition can be applied to The Pastels, in that they are a permanent feature of student bedrooms, scouring out the back rooms of the Western world.
Such an impression may be unfair, as is the fact that good fortune always seems to have eluded them. But their music has been a breath of fresh air - and a fistful of dollars - to a whole generation of musicians, and it doesn't stop with Teenage Fanclub. Sonic Youth rate them, and JAMC and Kurt Cobain revered them. 'Les Inrockuptibles' Paris, France.
+ Spinning Coin
Over the space of three years, two singles and countless gigs, including tour supports with Teenage Fanclub, Spinning Coin have determinedly made their music heard: beautifully rough-hewn guitar pop that takes in frustration and escapism, but also gracefulness and splendour. Their first album, Permo, recorded with Edwyn Collins at his AED Studios, and at Glasgow’s Green Door with Stu Evans, captures this balance perfectly. It’s an album both of bold steps and of simple gestures, coming from a group who have found, seemingly effortlessly, a confident, unpretentious way of working together.
Formed in Chester, England in late 2014, three piece indie-pop band PEANESS are the kind of instantly likeable, warm and creative people that can get away with having radio DJ’s blush like a peach every time they have to say the band’s name on the airwaves. Lucky really, as it’s a phenomenon that’s becoming increasingly more common with spins racking up at BBC Radio One, BBC6 Music, Radio X and more as this burgeoning bunch of friends grow quickly into the big shoes that the early press-hype has set out for them to fill.
The trio started performing live in July 2015 and since then have gone on to play alongside the likes of We Are Scientists, PAWS, The Spook School, Yak, Goat Girl and The Lovely Eggs, with festival appearances at A Carefully Planned Festival, Wales Goes Pop!, DIYPOPFEST, Chester Live, Focus Wales and Sŵn Festival.
Spinning Coin 20:45
The Orielles DJ Set (pt.1) 21:15
The Pastels 21:45
Guest DJ' >>
Dorian Cox (The Long Blondes) 22:45 - 23:30
Lisa Nourish (Rip It up) 23:30 - 01:00
The Orielles (pt.2) 01:00 - 02:00
Ben Jackson (DJ BJ) 02:00 - 03:00
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