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Tue October 30

THE NIGHT & DAY SHOWCASE

featuring LAST DREGS + RAIKES PARADE + PLANT FOOD + JADE PARKER

£6 // Doors 8:00pm


THE NIGHT & DAY SHOWCASE

THE LAST DREGS

Emerging like vomitous embryos from the mouth of Simon Cowell, The Last Dregs continue to make their way out of the gutter to poison the minds of the gullible and misguided, single handedly bringing back punk.

Already known as ‘The Shittest punk band in Manchester’, they lead the way in mediocrity, blind rage and cheap cider.

All old enough to be prosecuted as adults, and young enough to think it’s funny.

Gigging in Manchester over the last year, they promise an anarchic evening with intoxication required.

Ruining the memories of the Pistols and Ramones along the way, their songs talk about alcohol, drinking and a fat girl.

If you want to peek into the fetid mess of minds that is The Last Dregs, look online for gigs in February and March 2018.

You have been warned.

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RAIKES PARADE

Andy Blundell AKA Raikes Parade is a musician/producer currently residing in Manchester. After spending a couple of years in bands he now produces his own solo projects. Incorporating live instrumentation with digital production techniques. He works closely with Herbal Sessions soundsystem and OneFiveEight projects, Gnod & Nucleus Roots.

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PLANT FOOD

Noisey alternative 3 piece band based in Manchester.

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JADE PARKER

Pegdoll welcomes Jade Parker with her debut EP Lead Me Astray. Already known to some through her work with Himalia, we are pleased to announce that Jade is now releasing music in her own right.

An EP borne through experience of a transient lifestyle whilst travelling between Manchester and Leeds, alongside the challenge of completing a degree and carving a career in live events became the motivation for Lead Me Astray. Having to focus and embrace creativity whilst utilising the distractions of life became the catalyst that underpinned this three track release.

Lead Me Astray highlights Jade’s unique vocal ability, but also her carefully crafted production skills. Developing her own style with inspiration from Jessy Lanza and Burial, Jade Parker has an uncanny ability to use space, measured tempo and flawless sonics. The lead track Closer corroborates the experience of being lost whilst trying to find existence in the world.

Along with Maschine, granular synthesis, soundscape effects in conjunction with her own vocal samples, Jade ensured a maintained focus whilst recording in her bedroom studio and reflecting upon the future when travelling between cities.

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