THE ENDLESS HUM #1 LINE-UP FEATURES: BEIGE BANQUET, OBEY COBRA, NAPE NECK – 7TH MAY
The Endless Hum is a new collaborative effort organised by five local artists musicians and friends based in the world heritage site of Saltaire, Bradford. Coming together over a mutual craving for tasteful live music post-lockdown, the aim is to bring something back to the Shipley community in the spirit of the now defunct but much loved Golden Cabinet nights.
Their plan is to hold bi-monthly events at the beautiful Kirkgate Centre showcasing what they believe to be some of the best current examples of experimental music across the UK (and further). Whether thats post-punk, electronica cold-wave, noise, hip-hop, shoegaze, kosmiche, noise-rock, nowave etc each night will be diverse inclusive and memorable.
The Endless Hum #1 is set to take place on 7th May featuring:
BEIGE BANQUET (London)
Initially starting out as a bedroom project in London over the worst year of recent history (2020) BB have now grown into a fully functioning five-piece live band. Their debut album ‘Beta’ released last year on Swish Swash is a tour de force in retro drum machines, angular art-punk and monotone chanted vocals. A must see for any long time fans of Devo, Suicide and more recently acclaimed bands; Molchat Doma, The Uranium Club and Oh Sees.
OBEY COBRA (Cardiff)
Following the release of their debut album ‘Oblong‘, Obey Cobra have quickly carved themselves a reputation of seamlessly blending previously unblendable genres. Everything from punk, psychedelia, shoegaze and electronics come together to form a formidable live show only visible through a thick layer of feedback. They’ve supported the likes of Pigsx7, Hey Colossus and Acid Mothers Temple to name a few. Truly unique and worthy of your attention
NAPE NECK (Leeds)
“A trio from Leeds playing post-punk that’s simultaneously tangled and taut danceable and destructed all while resisting any attempts to be easily situated as the latest addition to a specific geographic and genre-based continuum that stretches back to GANG OF FOUR and DELTA 5.” – Maximum RocknRoll
Doors will open at 7pm sharp and acts will perform between 7:30-10:30pm allowing plenty of time to catch the last train home. DJs will continue until closing. Shipley train station is only a 5 minute walk away with regular trains back to Leeds and Bradford city centres.
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This event is supported by Bradford Metropolitan District Council.