26 Oldham St,
Manchester M1 1JN

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Mon May 27



£7 // Doors 7:30pm

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The story of Thee Dagger Debs starts in 2011. Back then, Laura and Letty played together in an all-girl Beat/Garage band called The Neasden Bees. Time marched onwards and in 2014 Thee Jezebels were born. Following a tour of Spain and gigs across the U.K. they built up a fan base and released their debut single Black Book/Cried Over You followed by a four-track E.P. Mover and a Groover on State Records.

After a final line-up alteration Thee Dagger Debs formed, and were promptly snapped up by Damaged Goods Records. The band’s mutual love of all things pub-rock, glam, proto-punk and rhythm ’n’ blues unifies their sound. With lyrics discussing misogyny, unrequited love, liars and cheats, along with the storming all-nighter tune Eight while Ten, their live shows entertain from start to finish.

The girls have shared the stage with bands such as Johnny Moped, The Masonics, The Wildebeests, The Beatpack, Graham Day and the Forefathers, Giuda and their beloved Los Chicos, and have built up a following both in the UK and across Europe, renowned for their sweaty, high-energy rock ‘n’ roll gigs, followed by happily propping up the bar and dancing ‘til dawn.

Thee Dagger Debs smashed both their Tour The North in May 2018 as well as their Speedin’ Thru Spain Tour in October, and are always adding UK dates! They promise to save you from the dull times, and will be coming to a town near you!







Trash. Sleaze. Exotica. Greasy like that hot dog that’s been under your chaise longue for several weeks, Thee Windom Earles are equal parts garage scuzz, rockabilly lunacy and fever-dream surf-a-go-go.

Thee Windom Earles have recently recorded five lifetimes-worth of messy sex, greasy food, shit jobs, girl trouble, boy trouble, single entendres, hair products and, above all, rock and roll salvation. The album, Mai Tai Pink Eye, laid down in one hot day in July 2018, is a red-eyed testament to the redeeming power of three-chord psychosis and transistor fuzz set to a Benzedrine beat.

Album available now on your favourite digital platforms and soon on your favourite vinyl format.



The Tinfoils are a three-piece garage-punk band based in Manchester, whose frantic brand of ‘no frills’, DIY guitar-driven music rages against the private security companies who police the streets of Britain, the royalist media machine, the inescapable nature of a 20-odd year old’s overdraft – as well as having the odd song about thrush. Since taking to the stage in early 2018 the band have played a string of gigs and festivals across the North Of England, with highlights including supporting HIMALAYAS and checking off some of Manchester’s most prestigious live music venues. Born in Yorkshire but made in Manchester, The Tinfoils are predominantly influenced by contemporary bands such as IDLES, Thee Oh Sees, and Cabbage, but also take inspiration from a number of ‘70s rock ’n’ roll bands such as Buzzcocks, and Richard Hell & the Voidoids. Louder Than War writes: “sound fresh and could probably get a name for themselves quite soon.”