Sat 30 Nov 19:45pm

Drowned In Noise, Good Manners, The Long Faces, One Tonne Ming

Join us on Saturday 30 November for a headline set from rabble rousers DIN/, a single launch from The Good Manners, eccentric psych rockers The Long Faces and Can / Frank Zappa afficionados One Tonne Ming

After the live music we’ll be running a club night till 3am – more details on that soon!

£5 OTD before 11pm, free after!


Four chaps, four instruments, three voices and a confluence of styles ranging from gypsy jazz to British indie, alternative folk to flamenco and more, The Din are surely hard to pigeon-hole. It’s essentially acoustic music, but don’t expect sultry ballads… more relentless, upbeat mash-up.

Originating from Newcastle-upon-Tyne they now reside in London, where the notoriety of the band’s high-octane live shows has led them to perform regularly across Europe and at many of the UK’s top venues and festivals, including Glastonbury and Isle of Wight as well as support slots with Babyshambles, Carl Barat, Adam Green and Frank Turner.


Based in London but hailing from Guatemala and Barcelona, The Good Manners are a funky, alt-pop duo. Together with their band, they will be bringing all their groove to the stage! They will also be launching a brand new single with us on the night.

For fans of Anderson Paak, Cosmo Pyke, Mac Demarco and Yellow Days.


5 piece psychedelic rock band based in London/Leeds

The Long Faces are imagined as interdimensional sound collectors of the colourful kind; moody rulers over sonic sands; subconscious architects – who glide.

Their founders first developed a love of unusual music whilst at school in Canterbury, soaking up the city’s rich heritage of progressive rock (Caravan, Soft Machine, Gong) along with contemporary jazz, 60’s psychedelia and choral music. Combining agitated, emotive performance and a modern pop sensibility, the group has developed an eclectic style that both recalls its influences and pursues a unique trajectory of its own. It is perhaps this blend of old and new which can explain, in part, the dreamlike sensation at the heart of their sound – surprising yet familiar; abstract and yet relatable.


Post-punk band with jazz influences that like to play high energy, jam heavy tunes, influences include Fugazi, Frank Zappa and Can.

They specialise in making soundtracks to your late night cooking extravaganza’s. Weaving angular melodies bursting with Umami and hot heavy jazz drums infused with only the freshest, line caught wild bass.

7.45pm – 3am