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October 2021

Joshua Zero//Fus//Juice Pops

October 21 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
The Peer Hat, Faraday Street
£5

London-based artist JOSHUA ZERO is an artist whose time has undoubtedly come. Zero has developed a delightfully shiny nü rock sound, coupled with a distinct stage presence that’s seamlessly developed from his band, cutting their teeth on the sticky floors of Leeds’s music venues. Sheffield based FUS fashion chaotic slabs of sweating psych, injected with veins of childlike absurdity. The startling sugar gum duet stylings of our own city's JUICE POPS will be starting us out. Make no mistake, Juice…

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November 2021

Rude Films//Nara//Longheads

November 3 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
The Peer Hat, Faraday Street
£5

SKYMOUTH HERE WITH MORE NEW MUSIC! From Manchester via Lancashire mill town Chorley. RUDE FILMS' dreary, melancholic sound is a sonic reflection of bleak surroundings. That's what they say. SKYMOUTH says "the grandeur of the epic, doomed charge, shifting effortlessly from pained flesh, into ephemeral legend". NARA have found that sweet spot in between the two where the bass forces you to get off your seat and dance. This goes some way to explain the huge interest in the band’s…

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Bunkerpop//Ethereal & The Elevated//Zim Zum

November 18 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
The Peer Hat, Faraday Street
£6

A triumphant return for a new Peer Hat favourite. The Black Stage remains ever hungry for the fresh spilled ichor of new experience. Thus, we present to you: BUNKERPOP formed in 2016 by Paul John Sarel, Trevor Simpson, Mark Blissenden, Jonathan Wainberg and Carlos Macklin. Delivering an experimental mash of energy and electronic sound with 'pronouncements'. Hailing from Hull, City of Culture (yes, that happened), sounding like Neu, Holy Fuck and Talking Heads, Skymouth says "Pirates ahoy, funky pirates!"  …

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Astrid Williamson Live

November 24 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Peer Hat, Faraday Street
£8.00

Astrid Williamson was the frontperson for Scottish trio Goya Dress in the mid-'90s. After the dissolution of the band in late 1996, Williamson opted to go solo under the alias of her first name. Though a classically trained pianist and confessional-style singer/songwriter with a uniquely haunting and beautiful voice, Astrid's numerous comparisons to Tori Amos were lazy. Distinctive in her own right, Astrid's songwriting was more down-to-earth, subtle, and intricate than that of her redheaded peer; Kristin Hersh and Polly…

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