Full line up for the Tramlines-Maida Vale Saturday 25 July 2015:
We’re on a at 9pm and in great company throughout the day!
2pm- 2.30pm ‘Conor Houston’ (Recently toured as a session guitarist. Highlights included opening for Stevie Wonder, elaborate musical arrangements separate him from the ordinary singer-songwriter. Think discord, think Marmite. But ordinary? Definitely not.)
2.45pm-3.15pm ‘Bayonet’ ( Sheffield 4 piece playing Indie jangly uptempo Indie pop)
3.30pm-4pm ‘Malarkey Affair’ (Sheffield highly original outfit penching indelible catchy pop songs)
4.15pm -4.45pm ‘The Silence’ (Female fronted Durham based pop rockers with explosive live performance)
6pm-6.30pm ‘Warme’ (Bradford based Rock band that showcase Relentless riffs, progressive beats and sublime vocals- previously worked with Ian Maclagan for the Small Faces and cite Thin Lizzy and Weller as influences)
6.45pm-7.15pm ‘Broken Chords’ (London East End Boys with raw energy, fast paced Indie rock n Roll, who ‘love playing to Sheffielders!’)
7.30pm-8pm ‘House of Thieves’ (Nottingham based 4 piece playing Indie Rock n Roll Combining tight, intricate musicianship with gritty and sometimes romanticised lyrics. Lead singer has a baritone Spencer Davis lushness)
8.15pm-8.45pm ‘The Fargo Railroad Company’ (Good ol’ blues folks playing face melting Southern US Rock & Americana)
9pm 9.30pm ‘The Q’ ( Gloucester based Mod Covers & Mod revival band expect to hear…….. The Jam, The Who, Small Faces, The Kinks, Purple Hearts, Secret Affair)
9.45pm-10.15pm ‘The Frankley’s’ (all-girl garage rock’n’roll band based in London, featuring a rhythm section as solid and driving as an army tank! recently sold out the legendary 100 Club in that London)
Free Entry always! No wristband required!