featuring CHAMBERS + SAFARI INC + CHINA TANKS + THE DISAPPEARING
£6 // Doors 8:00pm
THE NIGHT AND DAY SHOWCASE
Sisters of Doom, Chambers, are bringing their hefty riffs and raucous rhythms to Night and Day this May.
The duo have had an incredible year receiving funding from PRS foundation and supporting the likes of Nadine Shah as well as receiving love from a flurry of fans across Europe and America. The duo are set to release their upcoming album Ivory Castle after their gorgeous new release ‘Silence’.
You’re guaranteed a brutaliciously good time.
“Their napalm is derived from a noise-rock sensibility where Girls Against Boys, Deap Vally and Placebo are protecting their favourite bar from horders of hipster vermin and gentrified scum…feels like molten silver dripping down onto the engine in God’s favourite car. It’s sleek mean and will bludgeon your soul if you would just let it.” Jason Pettigrew // Alt Press
Safari inc are a new exciting grunge punk band from Liverpool. With Catchy melodies heavy guitar funky bass and booming drums prepare for a new sound and performance that you will leave you wanting more.
Who are China Tanks, and what is that name all about? Are you thinking of Tianamen Square, something dainty taking robust form, or just Oriental war machines? Ambiguity is a virtue, as is good music, which China Tanks have in spades. From flirting with psychedelia to insidious indie slow-dance and around to punk and grunge influenced hard rock, you’ll find versatility aplenty in their two EPs: Drinking, Dancing, Dirty Lovin’ and Beautiful Shame.
You want to know what they’re like live though, right? Of course you do. “If you had closed your eyes you would have expected to see another four members on stage” was the opinion of one reviewer, who went on to praise their “sick guitar solos”; so yeah, they’re good live. They’ve shared the stage with such local Stoke royalty as King Kula and John Dhali, and their aforementioned EPs have had copious airtime on both local and online radio stations. 2017 is set to be a big year for our Porcelain Panzers with radio shows, festival appearances and yet more new music for you to devour.
The Disappearing are a 3-piece guitar based alt-rock band based in Stockport. They released their debut EP “A Message from the Archive” in 2016 followed in 2017 by the album “Trolls and Vultures”. Citing influences from Pixies to Miles Davis and Techno, they are working on new material for release in 2018.