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Alt hip hop with live band. The Demons make a long awaited return to Empty Shop promoting their sophomore (y’know their 2nd) album Nil, released by Win Big.
‘As emotional as their subject matter may be, addressing mental health and the loss of close friends, there’s still something inherently rapturous permeating everything they do.’ NARC. Magazine ‘Amazingly heartfelt & powerful’ – Tom Robinson – BBC Radio 6 Music
Sheffield’s Otis Mensah is an exciting young story-telling-rapper-poet, coming to Durham of the back of a triumphant set at this year’s Glastonbury festival.
“Creating alternative hip hop, verging on spoken word poetry, Otis has been making music since his teens. Lovers of chilled beats, sincere lyrics and questioning the foundations of your very life, will really relate to Otis’ performances.” – Vibe Magazine
Me Lost Me I Lost My
Musical project from Newcastle artist Jayne Dent (formerly half of Offred). Recently broadcast on BBC Radio 3, MLMILM’s experimental-looping-ambient-voice-drone-folk is best enjoyed while falling backwards in slow motion.
£5 On The Door.