Widescreen composer and guitar player Mark Peters returns with a brand new album, Red Sunset Dreams (Sonic Cathedral), and a brand new band to perform songs from it for the first time. Expect lapping psychedelia with nods to ambient Americana and progressive instrumental soundscapes.
BombSquad present Totally Hammered, an unconventional charity art auction. Amid a cost of living crisis, Totally Hammered brings together artists from the street and contemporary art worlds to raise urgently-needed funds for York Food Bank.
Our fave off-the-wall Dutch party animals Personal Trainer return to the UK for four shows this November.
Singer, guitarist, and folk music interpreter Jake Xerxes Fussell has distinguished himself as one of his generation’s preeminent interpreters of traditional (and not so traditional) “folk” songs, a practice which he approaches with a refreshingly unfussy lack of nostalgia.
York’s most exciting new choir, Some Voices, brings you the ultimate summer soundtrack, Surround Sounds. Enjoy tracks from Lorde, Kate Bush, The Beatles, Gregory Porter and more like you’ve never heard them before. Get ready for a solar-powered performance with dazzling harmonies and original arrangements of the coolest summer tunes.
One man and his guitar with songs to sing and stories to tell. Unafraid to tackle the big issues of the day, but doing so with his feet firmly on the ground. He’s an unrepenting optimist who’s songs celebrate all that is wonderful about the human spirit.
The Imaginarium & Upside Your Mind host a day of DJs and a silent auction to raise money for Help Ukraine Centre and Action Aid DEC Ukraine Appeal.
Lowkey is a hip-hop artist and political campaigner. He has worked with Immortal Technique, Wretch 32, Akala, Dead Prez and Outlawz. He is part of the super group Mongrel alongside members of the Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles and Reverend And The Makers. The band released their album Better than Heavy in tandem with the Independent newspaper, whilst Lowkey himself is fresh off a tour with Lupe Fiasco.
Yorks Zine Fest brings together paper lovers and celebrates DIY publishing.
It’s also free entry so come say hi!
‘Newcastle’s finest swing-honkytonk-rockabilly band’ are back with a new record and we’re off to The Fulford Arms across town to party with them to celebrate.