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March 2019

Skinny Living + Special Guests

Fri 22 March • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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Off the back of a sold-out UK tour in September, Skinny Living announce an extensive UK and Ireland headline tour for March 2019.  The 11-date tour includes dates at Whelan’s – Dublin, King Tuts – Glasgow, The Deaf Institute – Manchester and Omeara – London, to name a few. Ahead of the tour they will play a huge hometown show (1000 capacity) at Warehouse 23, Wakefield on December 21st (on sale now). Skinny Living’s story is one of struggle, troubling situations and…

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My Baby + Special Guests

Sat 23 March • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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For those of you not yet familiar with the Dutch-New Zealand trio, MY BABY, they play roots driven hypnotic dance. It’s a sound informed by gospel and blues singing and playing fused with ancient folk melodies. Added to that is the rawness of seventies funk, African desert blues, Moroccan gnawa, Indian raga and a touch of EDM all played on guitars and drums without using computers or samples. They have been spreading their psychedelic blues-trance rave to the approval of audiences…

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Rising Rebels

Sun 24 March • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

6 acts will battle it out to win the chance to support Black Grape at Merthyr Rising Festival. Merthyr Rising Festival and Musicians Against Homelessness are looking for an emerging act (band or artist) who embodies the spirit of rebellion. With a fantastic lineup (to be announced soon) you can expect an eclectic mix of the very best emerging talent in the area. All door proceeds will be donated to Musicians Against Homelessness. There'll also be free festival giveaways on…

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Sophie & The Giants + Special Guests

Wed 27 March • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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Welcome to the world of Sophie & The Giants, practitioners of forward-looking, left-leaning emotional pop: a fresh, raw fusion of the band’s collective influences — which range from Siouxsie and Debbie Harry to Radiohead and Jamie T. The band formed at music college in the spring of 2017 Sophie (vocals and guitar), Chris Hill (drums), Bailey Stapledon (bass) and Toby Holmes (guitar), moving to their adopted hometown of Sheffield shortly afterwards; more recently they’ve been taking their intense, life-affirming and…

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Julia Jacklin + Olympia *SOLD OUT*

Thu 28 March • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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*SOUL OUT* The second full-length album from Australian singer/songwriter Julia Jacklin, Crushing embodies every possible meaning of its title word. It’s an album formed from sheer intensity of feeling, an in-the-moment narrative of heartbreak and infatuation. And with her storytelling centered on bodies and crossed boundaries and smothering closeness, Crushing reveals how our physical experience of the world shapes and sometimes distorts our inner lives. “This album came from spending two years touring and being in a relationship, and feeling like I never had any…

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Yak + Special Guests

Fri 29 March • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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As anyone who’s experienced a Yak performance can tell you, things rarely go to plan. Or to put it more accurately, there isn’t a plan to start off with. Dispensing with setlists entirely, the trio rely on a unique alchemy of feral energy and weird telepathy to conjure up a force-twelve storm where anything from deranged live-wire blues, dreamlike psychedelia and sprawling prog wig-outs can get dashed against the rocks.  Coming just over a year since their debut single ‘Hungry…

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April 2019

Etta Bond + Piers James

Tue 2 April • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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Etta Bond is known and loved for her soulful British vocal and straight-talking attitude. Inspired by the likes of Jill Scott, Billie Holiday, and Etta James, her songwriting finesse, coupled with her powerful delivery is teeming with a vulnerability and honesty that will warm even the coldest heart. Championed by The Guardian as a ‘skinhead soul princess’, she has been named one of their Future 50 rising stars to watch, as well as being tipped by The Fader in their list of 10 UK…

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Bloxx + Special Guests

Thu 4 April • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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Bloxx are back at The Castle and Falcon after a more than successful 2018. DIY praised female fronted, 4 piece, alt rock / indie pop band, BLOXX are known to fuse grungy undertones with classic indie-influenced melodies to create their unique, yet comfortably familiar sound which is most evident within their live shows. "After meeting whilst working in Wetherspoons, Bloxx have managed to make their drawling, deadbeat tones reflect the band’s inception. Ophelia’s writing style is also completely confessional, detailing…

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Burning Rain (Doug Aldrich & Keith St. John) + Special Guests

Fri 5 April • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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The Dead Daisies guitarist Doug Aldrich and incredible vocalist Keith St John bring the band they formed in '98, Burning Rain to The Castle & Falcon on 5th April! Doug Aldrich - current guitarist for The Dead Daisies, has played for Whitesnake/David Coverdale, Dio , Lion, Hurricane, House of Lords, Bad Moon Rising and Revolution Saints! Keith St John - formed Burning Rain in '98, previously was frontman for Montrose - Band as well as touring with The Sweet, Quiet Riot, Lynch Mob and many more!

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GIRLI + Ashnikko + Tayla + Lilleburn

Sat 6 April • 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Ages 14+ (under 16s with an adult)

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North London upstart GIRLI concocted a chaotic mix of pop, electronic and punk spirit when she began her solo career in 2014. The rebellions singer/rapper/producer was part of indie rock band Ask Martin while in high school, but when her bandmates went on to college, she decided she didn’t want to go down a traditional path. She chose a stage name inspired by Blondie, with an attention-catching aesthetic that was part of cyberpunk and part J-Pop. Today sees London’s very own brazen popstar GIRLI announce…

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