To welcome in Halloween, we will be handing a prize to the most elaborate mask/costume and encourage you all to bring out your darker side!
FRIDAY 27TH OCTOBER – 7PM DOORS // 12AM CLOSE
As part of their “Down The Rabbit Hole” tour, we’re really pleased to have Leeds/Hull “Sister Doom” band back in Rough Trade Nottingham.
Signed to I’m Not From London Records with an EP in the pipeline and an impressive collection of festival dates, videos, radio play, a USA sync deal and music press attention the band are racking up an impressive list of support slots in their home county and have so far played with the likes of Black Honey, The Mirror Trap, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Heck and Clean Cut Kid; a list that’s almost as varied as their own many-faceted influences. Citing the likes of Nirvana, The Pixies, Kendrick Lamar, Reggie Snow, Deap Valley, The Smashing Pumpkins, Pulled Apart by Horses and Interpol, their taste is nothing if not eclectic. The pair is also big horror film fans which they
feel is where their darker, doom-influenced material stems from.
“There’s something that excites us about horror” continues Churchill “We naturally just went down more of a dark and doomy route. It wasn’t something we planned, it was just what we felt at the
time and it’s now stuck with us.”
“Like Molten Silver dripping down the engine of God’s favourite car” – Molten Press
“Probing, dramatic music coming from a very real place” – Clash Magazine
“Hauntingly psychedelic. Dark, disjointed and angular – Louder Than War
Based in Nottingham, UK, Bone Cult is a ‘Death-Electronica’ duo, bringing a heavier sound to their energetic live set. Using a combination of distinctive masks and an incredible light show, their set is a unique experience. After their recent free-to-download EP release, Bone Cult have begun playing across the UK to enthralled audiences.
The UK based Funkatronic Luchadors. Bringing you a mix of dirty bass grooves, lo-fi beats, and a B-movie synth attack.
FLOOR ONE AT Rough Trade Nottingham IS LIFT ACCESSIBLE AND ALL AGES ARE WELCOME.
FREE ENTRY – NO TICKET NEEDED.
DOORS OPEN AT 7PM.