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Night Shift goes to Birmingham! Details below…
Popular with fans of the electronic, synthpop, goth, rock and newwave music, Among the Echoes have also been invited to support artists that have include Toyah, The Birthday Massacre, Cruxshadows and Hanzel Und Gretyl.
They have gained a fearsome reputaion for a powerful live show and have played to huge success at such Whitby Goth Weekend on several occasions
Jan Doyle Band
Hailing from Doncaster and known for putting on spectacular flamboyant live shows, JDB have been playing all over the country in the last 5 years of being a live band, supported Toyah and headlined a show at the Hope and Anchor in July.
Refusing to repeat they have never played the same setlist twice and you should always expect the unexpected.
These Wirral denizens have rocketed to huge popularity all over the country among both the goth and punk communities since hitting the stage in 2013. Becki’s incredible stage presence harks back to Batcave goth days and has a similarly energetic live show to match.
They have a unique combination of dark lyrical subject matter combined with a slightly tongue in cheek stage style which is utterly compulsive
This year saw the release of their album In a Dark Place on Gothic World Records.
Birmingham’s answer to Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids these industrial metallers know how to powerfully assault your ears. Combining influences from Nine Inch Nails, Richard Ramirez, Jack off Jill, Party Monster, White Zombie, Rob Zombie it’s an incredible melting pot of the most extreme and exciting music ever made.
Throughout the evening we’ll have dark DJing featuring new and classic dark alternative tunes from the likes of Siouxsie, The Sisters, Bone Orchard, Rammstein, Xmal Deutscheland, Specimen, Bauhaus, KVB, Soft Moon, New Model Army, KMFDM, Deutsche Amerikanische Freundschaft, Skeletal Family, Ministry and so much more…
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