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A showcase gig to round off Music Mash – a month-long artist development programme supporting four up-and-coming Macclesfield bands and musicians.
This free live-streamed gig from Mash Guru will feature live performances from:
Show starts at 8pm. Sign up on Eventbrite to receive a link to the live stream. If you’d like to attend in-person, message Mash Guru on Facebook to secure a spot on the guest list.
Part of Barnaby Bright, a collection of midsummer events from the team behind Macclesfield Barnaby Festival.
Sour Honey are a Manchester based Alternative-Indie band. Since independently releasing their debut song ‘Dennis’, to much acclaim from BBC Introducing they are quickly becoming an interesting prospect on the UK music scene. Sour Honey’s music washes over the listener with tones of Shoe-Gaze and Dream-Pop, reminiscent of Indie bands Wolf Alice and The National. Due to the Covid-19 crisis, Sour Honey have postponed their debut show at YES Basement, but have been busy releasing isolation covers and renditions over the lockdown, whilst miles apart from one another.
The C33s are a garage-punk band with an infusion of surf and psychedelia from Manchester/Macclesfield consisting of Judy Jones, Cav Green and Ste Phillips. Back in 2018 The C33s unleashed their first EP ’48 Hours at Neon Palms’ followed by five singles, each earning national radio play. The C33s were back in the studio during a break between national lockdowns in July, managing to record a new EP and has since released the title track ‘Benzodiac’ with the rest of the EP being released on 10″” vinyl this winter. If Pulp Fiction were set in a satellite town The C33s just wrote the soundtrack.
The Perps are a four piece indie/alt guitar based rock band, based in and around The North West, GB. Founded in 2018 from the remnants of latent indie band ‘The Call’. The members (founding and current) are Seb Smith (lead vocals, guitar), Tom Burns (vocals, lead guitar), Arik Ross (vocals, bass guitar), and Alex Visinoni (drums, percussion).
WILLBAIN (William Bainbridge) is rapper from Macclesfield. He’s been writing ever since he was young and eventually got into rhyming/rapping around the ages of 15/16. He’s been working on his craft ever since and has released a discography of up to 12 songs so far, with many more in progress.