Orlando Weeks studied illustration at Brighton University before spending a decade in the band, The Maccabees. In 2016, when the group decided to disband he set about writing The Gritterman, his first book. He is on the verge of releasing his second solo album, ‘Hop Up’.
Heavy Japanese psych-rockers Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O. finally return to the UK in October!
This is one fabulous show with all the CCR classics… Have You Ever Seen The Rain, Proud Mary, Fortunate Son, Who’ll Stop the Rain, Run Thru the Jungle, Suzi Q, Bad Moon Rising, Green River, Travellin’ Band and many more. And performed by a band coming up to its 25th anniversary, including premier musicians thoroughly able to to do the music justice since 1998 – Peter Barton (15 years singer of The Animals), Geoff Hammond (ex-Denny Laine Band), Graham Pollock (ex-Hollies) and Alan Sagar (ex-Slack Alice).
York Bands Serotones, YouVee, Pavilion and Palava come together in aid of Charity ‘CALM’ – In memory of Paul Layfield.
Holiday Ghosts, quit your corporate job, put laptop in shredder, walk away, go outside, remember what the Clean, the Go Betweens and the Modern Lovers once promised you: a life cracked open with fresh new possibilities.
Our fave kraut-y shoegaze band Soma Crew are back in May! What a treat. Excellent supports too with York post-punk heroes Percy and The New Solar Drones.
Local York Metal Militia “Pariah” come back to the Crescent for their 5 Year Anniversary in 2022. Bringing an explosive live show and the heaviest of riffs, they’re definitely not one to miss.
For the headbangers, by the headbangers!
New York City art-punks BODEGA visit York for the first time in the autumn!
Tickets on sale Friday 29th April.
This is will be our last jungle and drum&bass event for a while so we’re pulling out all the stops for what promises to be an immense night – presenting a takeover from the mighty Jungle Cakes record label!
Featuring a York debut from bass culture badman ED SOLO alongside another global superstar and old friend BENNY PAGE and hosted by the hugely talented PARLY B. Joining him on mic is local hero Dandy Dizzle. Support from the Herbal Mafia residents.
The Klittens are five musicians on a mission, untrained but unbothered. A band for those who have a knack for happy songs and sad sentiments. Their music is a surprising mix of indie-fuzz and DIY. The result: a repertoire that reaches from dark post-punk to danceable songs about grandma’s.