Ouroboros are delighted to present a DJ set from the edit master that is Psychemagik. Expect spun out psychedelic grooves, disco madness, and heavy remixes of both classics and digger gems, alongside incredible original productions.
Leftfield have a seminal place in Dance Music history, and we are delighted to be graced by a rare DJ set from Neil Barnes, weaving through house and techno. This is not one to miss.
Coldharbourstores are a dreamy pop band from London who formed in 1998. Their fourth album Vista was recorded and produced by Bark Psychosis legend Graham Sutton and has just been released on Enraptured.
Ouroboros and Jazz in York present The Nordanians: An incredibly talented Dutch trio fusing Indo-Jazz with funk and more.
The Wave Pictures return with the promised second album of the year, Look Inside Your Heart – a warm, joyous record celebrating friendship, happiness and drunken party times.
Geoff Norcott’s unique brand of provocative stand-up is hitting the road again with ‘Taking Liberties’. Whatever the contentious subject – he’ll be honest and blunt without being a dick. Mostly.
Counted amongst the top 100 best prog bands of all time, their musical palette is diverse. and while they draw on influences from the golden age of seventies’ rock, they have developed their own unique sound and style that both captures some of the essence of that heady era and yet looks forward into the future.
Do The Right Thing is the hilarious, occasionally absurd and frequently obscene panel game podcast where comedians try to work out the right thing to do in some weird and wonderful situations. One minute it might be guessing how to escape if they’re buried alive, the next they could be agony-aunting someone whose cat is a bit stand-offish.
NYBB pack a powerful punch of relentless drums, rumbling tuba and wailing horns… nothing kicks a party into gear like the sound of a smokin’ New Orleans Mardi Gras Jazz Band
The evening will see bands from across York compete to be crowned Best Band 2019. Musicians from the city’s secondary schools will perform a mix of covers and original songs.