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Loner Noise presents:

Tickets £8 Advance, £10 On The Door >>> skiddle.com/e/13463513

The team behind WRONG Festival return to deliver an aural feast this April. A lil' musical snack to tide you over since there's no big event this spring. Uniting some of our favourite bands in the country for an afternoon/evening/night of freaked out, mind bending weird-rock, we hope you join us for the second Freakscene All Dayer. It's Freakscene 2: Electric Boogaloo. Yes that's what we're calling it.

LINEUP>>>

COWTOWN
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Grey Hairs
Elevant
Rongorongo
Wild Fruit Art Collective
Takotsubo Men
Blanchard

Doors at 3:30

Love ya'll x

Tickets £8 Advance, £10 On The Door >>> skiddle.com/e/13463513

The team behind WRONG Festival return to deliver an aural feast this April. A lil' musical snack to tide you over since there's no big event this spring. Uniting some of our favourite bands in the country for an afternoon/evening/night of freaked out, mind bending weird-rock, we hope you join us for the second Freakscene All Dayer. It's Freakscene 2: Electric Boogaloo. Yes that's what we're calling it.

LINEUP>>>

COWTOWN False Advertising Grey Hairs Elevant Rongorongo Wild Fruit Art Collective Takotsubo Men Blanchard

Doors at 3:30

Love ya'll x

Artist Tour Dates

May22

Kapil Seshasayee @ Bootleg Social

Bootleg Social, Blackpool

Kapil Seshasayee is a polymath, and a true original talent, both as a songwriter and as a soundsmith, a one man combination of Scott Walker, Blood Orange, Arca and Richard Dawson, creating something wholly unique. Combining electronica flourishes evoking FKA Twigs with Indian Classical guitar ornamentations, stunning vocals and a penchant for unorthodox instrumentation such as the aquaphone, Kapil manages to be truly experimental yet still accessible.

Building on the momentum of his acclaimed debut album A Sacred Bore -- featured in Pitchfork, VICE, BBC Introducing, The Guardian, The Quietus, and Rolling Stone India -- Kapil makes an eclectic shift away from his experimental roots towards a psychedelic crossover of R&B and avant Indian classical on his upcoming album, Laal.

Kapil has shared festival bills at SXSW, Latitude Festival, Celtic Connections, Cardiff Psych Festival & SOLAS Festival with the likes of Gaelynn Lea, Ben Folds, Raghu Dixit & Damo Suzuki - developing a reputation as an engrossing and engaging live performer.