SATURDAY NIGHT ROCK N’ROLL WITH THE TENNYSONS

We welcome back the big rock n’roll sound of local lads The Tennysons for a long overdue headliner. Expect a raucous live show generating an insane terrace style atmosphere, it is going to be a busy night!

Local support from Ibisco and Revival

7.30pm doors, £5ADV/£6OTD.

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THE GREYS HEADLINE A NIGHT OF LOCAL INDIE ROCK TONIGHT

THE GREYS, THE PRESIDENT LINCOLN, THE CLARENDONS AND SAM BRADSHAW TONIGHT!

£5 ENTRY

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TONIGHT, SOME OF THE BEST LOCAL INDIE ROCK N’ROLL

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LOCAL METAL TONIGHT WITH CABIN BOY JUMPED SHIP’S ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY SHOW

Tonight, Dreaming In Colour Productions Presents the one year anniversary show of the incredible Cabin Boy Jumped Ship!

In the past year CBJS have come a hell of a long way, releasing their debut EP, Voices, selling out of their physical copies with a couple of months. This combined with over 50,000 hits on their music videos created a platform which allowed them to get to third place in the Red Bull Download Contest. This generated national attention and they are soon to embark on their first headline UK tour in November.

Needless to say, they have strong cause to be celebrating achieving all this within the first year of being together!

Support from My Legacy, Leaving Earth and Invictus. 7pm doors and £5ADV/£6OTD

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TOP INDIE DANCE WITH THE TEA STREET BAND THIS FRIDAY!

The Soundhouse is delighted to bring to you THE TEA STREET BAND this Friday, bring your dancing shoes!

The Tea Street Band cross over genres and have the spirit of the dancefloor. Some of their songs are becoming anthems across Merseyside and perhaps it’s only a matter of time before the ears of the rest will be singing their songs.

The band have toured with Inspiral Carpets and have played shows with The Charlatans with their infectious electro, house guitar pop going down a storm. These plaudits are richly deserved for the five piece from Liverpool after the lads opened the Dance stage at this years Reading and Leeds Festival after a busy summer releasing their debut album through Baltic Records.

“Think of The Charlatans meeting The Chemical Brothers and lap up the finest cuppa that clubbers can come across”
John Earls, Daily Star

Local support from The Silent Union and Alligatr.

7.30pm doors. £6ADV tickets available from SeeTickets and Rockaboom or £8 on the door.

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