TOM WILLIAMS // Wednesday 13th September
LEGENDARY SHACK SHAKERS // Friday 30th June
TERRY // Wednesday 28th June
HMLTD // Friday 13th October
MICAH P HINSON // Tuesday 19th September
Friday 23rd June
Show Me The Body + Birdhead + Brain Fluid
The New York City punk band Show Me the Body made up of front man Julian Cashwan Pratt, 22, drummer Noah Cohen-Corbett, 20, and bassist Harlan Steed, 21 know something you don’t – Do It Yourself. For the last 2 years, Show Me the Body have been working on the fringes of the NYC music scene cultivating inclusive experiences for the youth and beyond.
They released their full-length debut, Body War, in summer of 2016. Body War is a abrasive yet compelling project that could only come from a city as wildly tumultuous as NYC. Their harshly distorted banjo riffs, mighty baselines, powerful drums, plus manipulated samples of the band’s own demos, combine for a full immersion experience.
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Saturday 24th June
Tiny Vinyl / The Claramassa / Colette Frances / Lizzie Reid
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Sunday 25th June
Natalie Clark + Mick Hargan + Sean Kennedy
Scottish singer-songwriter Nat
alie Clark, who has reaped plaudits from Richard Branson and BBC Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw, launched her self-released debut EP, Eagles, in Scotland before heading stateside. Recently selected as a KTLA Mercedes Benz “Artist to Watch”
she was handpicked to open for the Grammy award winning Indigo Girls tour and has been recording in L.A. when not busy touring the US. Natalie was recently featured on Season 10 of NBC’s T.V. show, The Voice, where Christina Aguilera sang praises of her “cool, powerful voice.” and Blake Shelton referred to her verses as “incredible.”
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Monday 26th June
The Boot calls him one of “10 New Country Artists to Watch in 2017” but he just sees himself as a go-getter. Dylan Jakobsen released his first single to Country Radio earlier this year and is now watching “Silverado” drive him into markets he could never image. His power house vocals combine with simple-yet-affective storytelling crafting the perfect formula for a song both modern and traditionalists alike can appreciate. Produced by Jakobsen himself, “From Where I Began” shows the emotional journey he’s taken to get to where he is today. With the help of 8 time, #1 award-winning mixer Billy Decker (Chris Young, Rodney Adkins, Parmalee), his debut album has garnered the attention of diehard fans, industry professionals and opened up opportunities for him performing alongside country’s biggest names. Now with a Top 50 single under his belt and over 40 states toured in the US, he’ll be taking his music overseas this June for it’s UK debut. For more information about Dylan Jakobsen, visit DylanJakobsen.com.
Support: Evangeline and A Feckless Boy
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Wednesday 28th June
Love is a highway, but you’re not likely to find Terry there anymore. He’s on the train. Terry saw the light, and he put on his sunhat. Ring Ring… ‘If you’re carsick, get outta the car!’ There’s only room for one big pug in this doggy daycare. Terry’s taken to the night. Thank you nurse, I’ll see myself out. LOOK! There he is, peeping through the cracks in your screen. Nuanced. Mercurial. Free. Blowing you a kiss. Marcel Marceau, Shmarshel Shmarsheau! But Terry… How unforgettable.
What will you do when the cloud gives way? When the map leads you to a pile of potatoes? We wuz wrong. Hit me with your algorithm stick! Siri, is death an illusion? Siri, am I locked in a prison of my own making? Don’t pull that thread kiddo. Siri’s gone. Talk about truth! But when you’re ready for real answers… Talk about TERRY. Terry is getting ready, combing his hair, buttoning his jacket, turning the key in the door. “I’m doing fine,” sings Terry out loud, he knows.
Divide him into four and you get Al Montfort (UV Race, Total Control, Dick Diver etc.), Amy Hill (Constant Mongrel, School Of Radiant Living), Xanthe Waite (Mick Harvey Band) and Zephyr Pavey (Eastlink, Total Control, Russell Street Bombings). Inevitably, Terry likes to make a noise. Drums, guitars and all his voices come into play, making a solid raft for Terry’s melancholic musings to navigate the languid rapids. This all unravels at its own pace, conducting a conversation with the commonplace. ‘Talk About Terry’ marks the band’s first venture into the recorded domain collecting together three of the greatest misshapen glam pop tunes Melbourne, Australia has to offer. Let’s sit up at the table. Let’s start the dialogue now, as Terry is well on his way.
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Thursday 29th June
Serenity Came Calling + Sworn To Secrecy
Serenity Came Calling hit the stage at Broadcast with Sworn To Secrecy as part of their co-headline tour for their upcoming release Whistleblower. Serenity Came Calling have only been a band for just over a year but have already made a ripple in the hardcore/metalcore scene playing consistently energetic shows which has drawn a big following in a small space of time. Their debut EP By Any Means is filled with meaningful lyrics and heavy riffs to get any crowd going.
Sworn to Secrecy are a 5 Piece Metalcore act hailing from Newcastle, UK. The band formed early September 2016, since then they have played countless gigs across the North East of the UK. In December 2016 Sworn To Secrecy released their debut single ‘Tie A Rope’ which was well received by early fans of the band. Additionally, in April 2017 they released their debut music video for their second single ‘MTF’ which received strong responses from fans.
Joining these two bands on the night are Glasgow’s own melodic hardcore band Horizons who in between their busy show schedule are also releasing some new material. We also have Bearers of the Divide and Eve, The Betrayer who’s big sound and heavy riffs will ensure the night starts with a bang!
Support: Horizons – UK + Bearers of The Divide + Eve, The Betrayer
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Friday 30th June
Legendary Shack Shakers
Described by guitar legend Jeff Beck as “a cross between the Yardbirds and the Sex Pistols”, Legendary Shack Shakers has obviously earned quite a name for itself. The band’s hell-for-leather roadshow is infamous for its unique brand of Southern Gothic that is all-at-once irreverent, revisionist, soulful, dangerous, and fun.
Led by their wildly charismatic, rail-thin frontman/blues-harpist, J.D. Wilkes, the Shack Shakers are a four-man wrecking crew from the South whose explosive interpretations of the blues, punk, rock and country have made fans, critics and legions of potential converts into true believers.
With the recent addition of Atlanta guitarist Rod Hamdallah and drumming wunderkind, Brett Whitacre, the Legendary Shack Shakers have quickly become known for providing some of the best entertainment (live or otherwise) that you can get for your hard earned money.
Founding member Col. J.D. Wilkes is the band’s vocalist and also plays the harmonica. Wilkes is noted for his wild stage antics, which have been compared to those of Iggy Pop, David Byrne, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Mark Robertson currently plays upright bass, and Brett Whitacre is on drums. Duane Denison, member of recently reformed The Jesus Lizard (and formerly Hank Williams III) joined the band in 2008. Current garage blues guitar player Rod Hamdallah joined the band early 2012.
The group initially gained notoriety when GEICO used their track “CB Song” on their “Sunglasses” television ad. Horror novelist Stephen King would later list the same track as among his iPod’s Top Five in a 2008 Entertainment Weekly article.
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