SATURDAY 30 MARCH 2024
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VENUS GRRRLS

Born from Riot Grrrl, VENUS GRRRLS are an alternative rock band from Leeds. From twinkling synth motifs to raspy guitar lines, the girls present the dark yet empowering discourse surrounding their own synergistic experiences. 

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Moon Wax

Moon Wax bring a new level of retro funk and soul to their music as well as incorporating jazz and bossa nova grooves to make the Moon Wax live show something to behold. So far Moon Wax have supported the likes of the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show from BBC Radio 6, and are pulling in audiences with their ‘James Brown’ style and approach to their shows.

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Mt. Misery

Hartlepool indie-poppers Mt. Misery sound reflects a timeless but beautiful heartbreak for fans of Real Estate, Whitney and Alvvays, but under the surface, there is an endearing honesty that can only be cultivated in the working-class environs of a northern town. They recently added a fourth member and bought distortion pedals, before spending a week in a cottage on the banks of Loch Fyne in western Scotland recording a new album – due spring 2024.

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DAYZIES

DAYZIES are an alternative/indie rock band formed in late 2021 in Newcastle Upon Tyne. The band have also proven themselves as a formidable live act by selling out shows and acquiring gigs with the likes of Andrew Cushin, DEADLETTER, BILK, Shambolics, The Native, The Feens & Rosellas.

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Jack Rasmussen

Jack Rasmussen’s distinctive style effortlessly melds acoustic charm with the edginess of indie-rock, creating a refreshing and emotive sound that is uniquely his own. Each track resonates with a heartfelt authenticity, showcasing his prowess as a songwriter and performer.

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ivies

Forged under the grey, northern English skies, ivies have quickly made a name for themselves in their university town of Durham with their fun, high-energy live performances and music inspired by the sounds of artists such as Peach Pit, Soccer Mommy, Thomas Headon, and Two Door Cinema Club.

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Church Honey

Church, Honey is a soulful indie project courtesy of singer-songwriter Ben James Miller. Alternating between passionate, sex-fuelled rock songs and acoustic, country-esque ballads – Church, Honey carefully blurs the lines of genre.

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Trunky Juno

Behind a well-established moustache and deadpan inclinations, North Eastern indie maverick Trunky Juno resides within his own sphere of off-kilter artistry. Known for his masterful lyricism, warped sounds and bold ideations, the Durham native brings a spritely disposition to the alternative music scene, twisting the mundane into something entertaining.

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Line-ups are subject to change.

Sticky's

Sticky’s provide patty’s by day and party by night. Venue, Bar, Diner and Disco situated on Prince Regent Street.

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This stage is curated by BBC Introducing, a platform by the BBC supporting unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar UK music talent.

Access information

Upper floor only, accessible by stairs. No ramp or lifts 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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