The closing party of York Mediale will be another club show hosted once more by Ouroboros and Bad Chapel, this time with Joy Orbison aka Joy O, a week on from our party with Pearson Sound.
Ian Svenonius – of groups The Make-Up, Chain & the Gang, The Nation of Ulysses, XYZ and Weird War – brings a drum box, a guitar, a cassette player, and a single slobbering, sinful voice singing out…for a way out.
Hampshire trio Blaenavon announce a run of intimate shows across the UK where they’ll be showcasing the new material live for the first time, taking in towns and venues that the band has never visited before.
We’re delighted to be bringing quite brilliant young Mancunian Kiran Leonard, along with his full band back to York. He has announced a brand new album to be released in October and its lead single “Paralysed Force” is up to stream here now.
Caroline is back in the UK to play at End Of The Road Festival and also to celebrate the release of ‘Two People’, her new record with longtime friend Robby Hecht. The album really highlights both of their amazing songwriting skills and what is also immediately obvious, is what a perfect match vocally, these two are together. These shows will be Caroline and Robby performing together, as well as play a few of their own songs together.
York Mediale 2018 opening party brought to you by ace local promoters Ouroboros and Bad Chapel.
A long overdue return to York for wonderful American indie-folk singer, Willy Mason.
Beginning life in the 80s out of the rallying cry of punk and still a call to the wild at heart, Theatre Of Hate fronted by Kirk Brandon / Stan Standard / John Lennard the frontline commandos of sound.
It is with great regret that we have to announce Ashley Kingman , the guitarist with Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys has suffered a heart attack. Ashley is in a stable condition but will go into emergency surgery later today. Subsequently, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys July 2018 European tour has been cancelled. All tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.
Doncaster garage-punk trio The Blinders set out on their biggest headline tour to date in the autumn and make their debut at the Crescent on the 2nd.