Belgrave Music Hall
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400th Episode Party
A gig to celebrate the 400th episode of the edit radio podcast, hosted by Kevin Lawson
The Bug Vs Dylan Carlson (Of Earth)
Having remixed the likes of Thom Yorke, Grace Jones and Primal Scream throughout his illustrious career, Ninja Tune stalwart The Bug has built a legacy on delivering intelligently heavy-weight bass music that's seen him regularly pick up plaudits from Aphex Twin and Massive Attack. He's got quite the CV. He released the…
Bristol indie five-piece with Foals and the Cure influences.
Liverpool-formed collective The Stands burst onto the scene in 2002 with their raw rock sound. Following their split three years later singer-songwriter Howie Payne stepped out on his own with emotive indie-rock tunes and a passionate folk vibe, which he presents to you this evening.
The 19 year old vocalist from Walsall is making major waves in her burgeoning career, with debut single Blue Lights having been picked up by Drake on his radio show and leading to further support from the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Stormzy, Elf Kid and Skrillex.
Tremulous folky singer-songwriter, who has been called a British Bon Iver.
The Latino big band lead expertly by Sergio Mendoza blends cumbia and mambo with psychedelic rock, polka, country and electronica to create a unique sound.
Dark and atmospheric folk-driven bluesy indie rock band from Hartlepool.
With deep and hazy crushed production, cough syrup thick delivery, and lyrics that hit like a blow to the oesophagus, Dublin's Rejjie Snow is on top of the world right now. His breakthrough track Lost In Empathy is heading for a million plays on YouTube and gained him comparisons to Flying Lotus and Tyler The Creator.
Renegade Brass Band
The highly-acclaimed collective performs a colourful fusion of jazz, hip hop and funk.
The Slow Readers Club
The Mancunian four-piece, fronted by Aaron Starkie, perform their brooding, electro-indie material. The outfit have gained much attention for their doom-pop tunes, having drawn in massive crowds at summer festivals last year including Kendal Calling and have supported James on their 2016 tour.
Speakers from the creative and tech communities compete to be crowned the winner of Tech Off.
The Tech Off
A collision of TED talks and WWE wrestling; hear leading speakers from Leeds creative and tech communities give five minute talks on their chosen topic. The crowd chooses the champion, who walks away with The Tech Off Wrestling Belt.