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Bajzel + Alphawaves + Dayana + Sugartax + Bonesetters

Saturday 12th January 2019
Tickets £8.00


BAJZEL Piotr Piasecki
Bajzel (meaning: mess) is the purest definition of “one man show” and “one man band”. He is a band. He is a musical chameleon tap dancing on pedals, live looping guitar, bass and beats into virtuosic alternative art rock exhilaration.

Key facts:
His first LP was a breakthrough. Newsweek gave him a 2 page spread and hailed as best promising alternative artist. His video for “Window” won the director prize at Yach Film Music Video Awards (also was included in the compilation Woodstock Film Festival 2008).

Bajzel took part in such festivals as SXSW Festival (USA), OFF festival (PL) and Heineken Opener (PL). He was also invited to play live on MTV Iggy in New York.



Alphawaves are a powerful Rock and Roll band formed in London that mixes loud guitars with catchy melodies. With influences like Led Zeppelin, Oasis, Beatles, Nirvana, Rory Gallagher, Peter Green, The Rolling Stones, The Who, David Bowie, U2, and many more, they want to bring back Rock and Roll where it belongs, with their very own original songs, that the band have been hard working on since 2015.




Sugartax - Harry Anstee, is a pianist, vocalist and songwriter from the south of England, UK. Soon to be releasing his debut Album.

Harry Anstee, who goes by the artist name Sugartax, draws his musical influence from his childhood heroes such as Prince, Queen and Toto. Harry began his musical journey as a chorister, and went on to study for a number of years in Manchester. While in Manchester Harry had the opportunity to play and sing with some incredible musicians experiencing many styles and genre, including classical, jazz and contemporary music.

​Having overcome some physical injuries in his early career, Harry now builds upon his experiences, bringing a modern twist to his own compositions. His new music bears comparison to the likes of Tom Hickox, Alex Clare and Future Islands.

​Sugartax is more than just Harry’s songwriting and playing. These songs are the essence of Harry's life. Expect raw emotion, subtle harmony and a sound full of texture and groove. A recent show was described as 'mesmerising'.

​Harry is currently working with Roland Palmer and Ed Bersey on his debut album project.


Bonesetter Rhys has been a regular on the anti-folk circuit; on releasing his second album, he is again supported by regular Graham Brierton on bass, now accompanied by Mark Braby (Vic Godard and Subway Sect), Jack Hayter, Brona McVittie (harp) and Jon Clayton (cello)

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