SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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Corella

Corella project a message of youthful confidence in exploring what it is to grow up in the UK today, meting out the challenges thrown their way with a united front. The music reflects this by blending gorgeously tropical indie-pop tones with emotive lyricism, alongside a stunning live performance that compliments the band’s energised delivery beyond what one might consider possible given their young years.

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NOISY

Worthing trio, NOISY, perfectly match-up a unique euphoric maximalist blend of alternative and anthemic rock with impressive electronica influences. They have won fans with a sound that combines the much-loved Chemical Brothers, Chase & Status and The Prodigy, with the living-for-the-weekend lyrics of Happy Mondays and The Streets.

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The Kairos

The Kairos grew up on Liverpool’s omnipresent music scene, spending their most formative years playing in clubs synonymous with the city’s ropewalks district, such as The Zanzibar, Heebie Jeebies and The Arts Club. The focus on playing live led to the development of an atomic sound. ‘Scuzzed up, fuzzed up, Scouse Rock ‘n’ Roll”

The Covasettes

If you’d asked The Covasettes when they first met at uni what they’d expect to be doing in 2023, they could never have predicted what was to come. Fast forward to today and the lads have quite the list of achievements under their belt: sold-out shows across the country, over 8 million streams, and stealing the show at UK festivals and beyond, just to name a few.

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Ed Cosens

A creative catalyst for over a decade in Reverend And The Makers, Ed Cosens has enjoyed a rich musical life, creating hit songs and albums, as well as playing shows across the world. His debut album is bursting with tremolo-rich, strings-soaked melody, plangent chord progressions and mournful tones paired with poetic reflections on life’s twists and turns. Shades of The Beatles, Echo & The Bunnymen and Richard Hawley snake in and out.

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The Guest List

In early 2021, Cai Alty formed the up-and-coming Manchester rock group The Guest List with four friends: Angus Gilchrist, Sid Wallace, Leio Hunter and Tom Quigley. The band released their self-titled EP in December of 2022 and with bigger and better music on the way, they promise to become an enduring feature of the Manchester music scene.

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Sarah Johnsone

Rising North East artist Sarah Johnsone’s alluring vocals may conjure the likes of Amy Winehouse with its loaded provocation and spacey vibe, but the Newcastle-based artist’s punchy sound has more in common with music makers Wet Leg, Siouxie and the Banshees and The Black Keys thanks to a defiantly angular alt. rock edge.

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Blackout the Arcade

Blackout the Arcade signifies the uprising of a new revelation within the Indie and Alternative music scene in the North-East of England; introducing a fusion of “no-nonsense” reverberant rock with psychedelic undertones, in a style not too dissimilar from the likes of The Killers and Catfish and the Bottlemen.

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Dossers

Dossers are a bunch of lovely punky so-n-sos who play angry music and have a good ole time doing so!

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Line-ups are subject to change.

KU

Live music venue & late bar. For the musically minded, lovers not haters & the young believers.

Visit KU Stockton’s website

Access information

One step to access venue. Wheelchair ramp available if required. Level flooring throughout once inside. Accessible toilets available.

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SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024


Ages 14 and 15 must be accompanied by an adult. No under 14’s.

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