Sat Feb 28 @12:00 - 11:59AM

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Starts at 12 noon and will end when it ends. Come on down

Sun Mar 01 @14:30 -
Yorkshire St. Pauli

Come down and watch the latest St. Pauli match. 


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Sun Mar 01 @19:30 - 11:00PM


A brand new event, created to showcase some of the very best up and coming Alternative Rock acts.

Treason Kings

With the Sun (Official Video)


RHS (Official Video)

Where Fires Are

No Rifles (Official Video)


Shallow (Official Video)

£2 Entry

Mon Mar 02 @19:30 - 11:00PM
Get us to Bruges

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A night of food, music and promises from the LCoM SU Big Band... Help get our big band to Bruges at a night that won't disappoint! Fresh cakes, fresh music and fresh promises from students and lecturers alike!


Tue Mar 03 @20:00 -
Money is as Innocent as the Gun

Performed at the Edinburgh's 'Fringe' 2013, 2014. 'Brighton Fringe' 2014, and numerous 1555 MONEY IS AS INNOCENT AS THE GUNspoken word events, including the 'Green Gathering'

Nominated for Best Spoken Word Show at the 'Greater Manchester Fringe Festival' 2014.

Money’s grasp on society is made palpable by Winde’s assault that uses theological metaphors, comparisons with police states, and the simple question, “When did we decide what money’s worth?” to unravel capitalism’s seeming invincibility.'
(Becca Inglis - Poetry Monthly)

'Its profound, funny, elucidating, polemic, contradictory, and mundane. Yes profound AND mundane. Like money. Utterly superb'
(Jonathan Harris @jonone100)

“This is truly the most captivating thing I have seen in all my years”,
(Tony Hughes @TheProtestBoard)

“Could you leave please”,
(Manager of the Royal Bank of Scotland, St Andrews Square, Edinburgh 2013).

The show is made up of a story, a very long piece of verse and a short poem. (50 minute running time.) Part one, the story is based in a Job Centre and a Work Capability Assessment, part two, is a playful excavation of that filthy dirty grubby legal tender trap. In Part three, this excavating is done with the gloves off.


Free Entry

Wed Mar 04 @19:00 -
Free film screening and vegan buffet: "Forks Over Knives"

"Forks over Knives" is a 96 minute film mainly about the effect of nutrition on health. A free vegan buffet with be served including some raw vegan dishes


Free Entry

Fri Mar 06 @22:00 -


SCIENTIFIC DREAMZ OF U [Creme Organization - NTS Radio - Tabernacle] London based Physicist researching into nanotechnology and dense networks of interacting nanomagnets which have the potential to mimic the human brain. Data transmissions from the occult frontiers of ur mind.

HEDGE MAZE (LIVE) [Lobster Theremin] Self-aware algorhythm 'Hedge Maze' invites U on a search for the answers within.

LEE KONITZ [Big Doint]

dj h.u.n.k

Free before 10:30 / £3 After

Sat Mar 07 @15:00 -
Crater Lake Festival

Evil Moisture

Andy Bolus (Evil Moisture), whom one fan said he "almost preferred ...to Joseph Roemer", has worked since the early 90s in such fields as circuit bending (almost before this term really existed) and self-taught electronics allowing fabrication of basic synth building blocks, chaotic circuits, unusual ways of 'synchronizing' non-rhythmic sounds, alongside a use of magnetic tape (early evil moisture material was entirely edited by splicing tape) and electronics to produce a kind of low-fi musique concrete which would've no doubt been rejected by Ircams engineers as "technical fault, unlistenable", but it would've been rejected by Wattie of The Exploited as "fuckin shit" too, so whatever.. Recently he has been working more directly with tape 'live cutup', using multiple reel to reels, modified tape echos, and home made tapeloop delays, using as source material basic sounds such as oscillators, function generators ring modulated sounds, and home made microphone circuits such as ultrasonic (bat) detectors. 


Rudolf Eb.er

Rudolf Eb.er’s rites and artefacts are portals to the traumatic expanses and abysses of human existence. Regarded as psychopomp or art-brut shamanist, his trail of work leads deep down to - and through - the nethermost regions of the human psyche.

Rudolf Eb.er’s research de-occults the psychic body through psycho-physical tests and trainings. He employs and combines abreactive and cleansing actionism with sonic rituals, psychoactive acoustics and close-up fieldrecordings of nature and decay, generating audio-environments into which he plants grotesque psycho-magic rituals and tantric exercises that trigger a nondual, higher awareness.

Rudolf Eb.er aka Runzelstirn & Gurgelstøck founded the Schimpfluch extreme and outsider artist collective in Zürich in 1987. Schimpfluch exponents are highly regarded for their unique and obscure aural and visual work; their confrontational, physically demanding performances and shock treatments remove the boundaries of the body and open up accesses to the collective unconscious.

Rudolf Eb.er lives and works in Japan. His appearance here is made possible by Pro Helvetia, Swiss Arts Council.



Long running solo project of Newcastle based artist Lee Stokoe. In addition to playing bass for Skullflower he runs the firmly tape only DIY label Matching Head releasing the best in under the radar experimental sounds from the UK and beyond. His work as Culver often consists of dense and ominous drones, always executed with great skill and care.


Stephen Cornford

Stephen Cornford's current artistic practice stems from an abiding fascination with consumer audio electronics: how these devices that we are sold to consume music increasingly frame our engagement with the auditory world at large. Reconfiguring these media from the inside, re-imagining their functionality, defying their obsolescence and searching for their intrinsic poetry become strategies with which to challenge normative use, social conformity and the myth of technological progress.


Charles Dexter Ward

Solo project of Newcastle resident Jerome Smith. He impressed everyone at Tusk festival last year opening the Saturday with a beautifully executed set of Heldon-esque prog workouts laden with pulsating synth swells and very effective guitar lines. 


Dylan Nyoukis & Kieron Piercy

Duo set between Brighton based tape/voice mangling veteran Dylan Nyoukis of Prick Decay, Blood Stereo, and head honcho of the Chocolate Monk label and Colour Out Of Space Festival and Kieron Piercy of experimental trio Spoils & Relics, who have performed internationally and had releases on labels such as Harbinger Sound, Porta and Second Sleep.


Dale Cornish

Born, raised and current of London (south).
No Bra (2004–6): co-wrote unexpected hit Munchausen.
Terse humour and observations/worldly interests further 
evident with work of ecstatic noise trio Baraclough (2006–), 
releasing début album Hello Animal (2009) and subsequent 
cassette-only releases. Current focus is on solo and 
collaborative works and performances.


Kay Hill

Project of Nottingham resident Benjamin Hallatt, exploring minimal yet highly disciplined and detailed analogue textures. Tape music so fragile and delicate it feels like it could fall apart any second but instead ventures constantly into fascinating new terrain. His Summit Tapes release on Strange Rules last year was a highlight release of 2014 for me. Shades of artists like Chop Shop and Small Cruel Party peak through at times but he is a singular new voice.


Stuart Chalmers

Bristol based cassette tape manipulator and electronics improviser. Once active with the Oxford and Cheltenham Improvisers collectives. 
“The world his music describes is fully formed and the listener’s experience of it is immersive and ego-dissolving but carefully placed ticks – a filter echo, a moment of dictaphonic skwee – bring you back to the surface by foregrounding its artificiality. It’s like a South Sea Islands version of Philip K. Dick’s Time out of Joint. Imagine walking on the golden beach, admiring the dancing palms, looking out over the glassy ocean to the setting sun only for it all to suddenly disappear and be replaced with a featureless white room and a scrap of paper at your feet with the words ‘tropical paradise’ typed on it. As with all the very best stuff: the more I listen to it, the more I want to listen to it.” – Radio Free Midwich


Yol & Posset

Hullensian scrape and shout man Yol joins forces with Newcastle based dictaphone gurgler Joe Murray AKA Posset. 

Mel O’ Dubshlaine

In a ten year musical career Melanie Delaney (a.k.a. O’Dubhshlaine) has performed and composed music based in the noise, improvised, experimental and psychedelic rock genres.
Her solo work takes the form of two projects; Melanie O’Dubhshlaine concentrates on electronic composition, whilst Ocelocelot is centred in the noise genre. Her background in visual arts leads her to introduce visual elements into her performances. An overriding theme of her work is using unusual instrumentation to extend human expressive capabilities and give voice to previously unheard sounds.
She has collaborated with other artists including Neil Campbell, Ashtray Navigations, Part Wild Horses Mane On Both Sides, Bridget Hayden, Uton, John Moloney (Sunburned Hand of the Man) and MV & EE.
As a member of Ashtray Navigations she has appeared at All Tomorrow’s Parties (Nightmare Before Christmas, curated by Thurston Moore), Music Lover’s Field Companion in Gateshead, Incubate in Tilburg, Netherlands, Swn Festival in Cardiff and Sotto Voce at Cafe Oto, London, also touring the UK, Europe and USA.


Entry is £5.


This event is supported by Arts Council England

Sun Mar 08 @19:30 -
Campfires & Orchards & Tall Talker & Piles of Clothes

Campfires single launch! campfiresandorchards


Leeds Math Pop band, about to release their first single with their new line up. 

Really sick Brighton Math pop band! Have a listen to their EP on bandcamp. 


Tall Talker

Brand new instrumental Leeds Math rock trio from LCoM, playing their first Leeds date. Not to be missed.


Piles Of Clothes

Everyone's favourite Andy Crowder as Piles of clothes, 
playing acoustic folk math stuff. incredible guy.


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Mon Mar 09 @20:00 - 11:00PM

Drawing Hands + Declan Forde + Harry Orme Duo

Beautiful/Not-so-beautiful music