With a few whirlwind years behind us we are more than ready to get back out there, into the venues and be blown away by a line-up of incredible alt rock and indie pop outfits. Four-piece Dancing on Tables are headlining Head of Steam with their infectious tracks and unstoppable energy. With support from MEMES and The Wife Guys of Reddit!
VENUS GRRRLS’ own Grace Stubbings is hosting an immersive art installation with live music, exploring themes of the development of AI and nature and how they correspond. With live music from Me Lost Me, Madeleine Smyth and a DJ-set from VENUS GRRRLS. There will be artwork showcased created by Megan Watson and stage design by Aileen Kelly inspired by Midsommar. There will be free drop-in fortune readings by Jordon Montgomery and poetry from Victoria Murray. It’s promising to be a very eventful night!
Alternative rock artist Harrison Rimmer is releasing his debut album ‘Larkholme’ on the 22nd of April and will be celebrating his album at The Dirty Habit on the 15th of April! “On the 22nd April I’ll be releasing my debut album ‘Larkholme’, I’ve been promising an album for over 7 years and having released multiple singles/EPs we are finally here!” Support from singer songwriter Nicholas Chapman and contemporary artist Jenny Lascelles.
Stockton Calling is back with a packed line-up spread out over a whole day and multiple venues. The city centre of Stockton will be buzzing from the emerging artists that will be gracing the stages of Stockton’s live venues. Headliners are Reytons, The Pigeon Detectives and Self Esteem and some of our favourites are Amelia Coburn, Courting, Headshrinkers and Pit Pony!
Women Are Mint is back! This year sees the return of the independent music festival that brings three days of live music, DJs and workshops, all centred around celebrating and amplifying women’s voices within music. With music from Ceitidh Mac, Naomi Carole, Eva Lazarus, Nadedja and so many more!