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OP 9:Awkward Silences/ Rattlin' Caskets/ Tojamura 7/ Men Diamler
Fri, 14 Oct 2016, 20:00 – Sat, 15 Oct 2016, 00:00 BST
Outsider Pop returns for its ninth monthly night with a stellar programme of fantastic artists playing interesting, exciting and catchy songs. This month we have:
Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences - London's premier outsider pop mavericks playing interesting, unusual, funny and furious pop songs. Tonight marks the start of a new era for the band as new trumpter Robyn Steward makes her live debut.
The Rattlin' Caskets
The Rattlin' Caskets are a death country punk band comprised of members of Alt-Noir underground heroesThe Bridport Dagger and DIY theatre punks Crooked Tree. Expect pervese psychobilly death country brilliance!
Psychedelic surf punk brilliance
Wild and weird soulful anglo-Welsh folk tales from the South-West
Between the bands, we have our monthly Outsider Pop playlist where anyone can suggest songs based on the month's playlist themes. This month's playlist is here:
This month's themes are:
1. (Songs) with bracketed titles
2. Songs primarily sung in English with a non-English title
3. Songs with supernatural creatures in the titles.
The Gunners is wheelchair accessible. There is a slight contrast in level between the pavement and base of the ramp. There is an accessible toilet at the pub and, once inside, the venue is level access to the toilet and performance areas. There is stepped access to the stage itself.
The night is free entry to all. There should be a good view of the stage from any area in the peformance section of the pub but if you require a seat saved for you or want to ensure you have a view of the stage,feel free to message Paul or the band via Facebook or to email Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to contact the pub directly about their facilities, their contact details are avaiable on their website http://thegunnerspub.co.uk/
Paul Hawkins & The Awkward Silences' performance will be captioned. The Mooncubs and Ten Yen plan to caption thier performances too.