january, 2022

21jan7:00 pmDAMP // WYRD TIDES // PIPS // TERRY AND THE GOOD TIME BOYS360 Club Presents...

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Tickets >>> www.skiddle.com/e/35960277


“This fun loving four-piece produce phenomenally original music that successfully rejuvenates the grunge rock era. Clearly inspired by the sound of the likes of The Who, Black Sabbath and other renowned rockers” – Denim + Leather magazine
“Residing in the heavier end of the rock ‘n’ roll spectrum. A heady mix of Kyuss and Mudhoney. Grungy, stoner rock goodness flows from the speakers.” – RPM
Damp are a band that have been around the Leeds scene for a few years, surprising audiences of many flavours by being “actually pretty good” all that while. Post-pandemic they’re getting ready to release their first new music for a couple of years, and it represents a real honing and maturing of their sound.
Leeds based four-piece, Wyrd Tides, deliver solid slabs of alternative rock with a range of influences from grunge, indie and new wave to blues.
They have a depth of song writing which has been likened to Nick Cave and Mike Patton with the impact and energy of Soundgarden.
With their debut EP ‘Feathers’ and video released in September 2021 they’re a band to watch out for!
“I’m in total agreement with the rest of the ‘hard to describe’ camp – but I’m going to have a go. Red Hot Chili Peppers – particularly the Flea bass tonking, mixed with the Roll part of Rock n. I’m going to stick some early B52s in for quirky reference, and the way complicated patterns and unobvious melodies gelled together reminded me of Frank Zappa and perhaps the amount of hours these guys must have poured into getting it just right – also very Zapparish . The vibe was funk, the energy was punk, of an air of Beastie Boys in the way they bounced vocals about.” – DragonDrop
Formed in Leeds in 20XX by Terry;
Terry & The Good Time Boys were due to take the world by storm. One fateful night he met a country singer who lured him away from his life of debauchery to another life, with slightly less debauchery.
Now The Good Time Boys were left in a predicament: do they go their separate ways? Or continue without Terry and drop their frontman’s moniker from the name? They chose option C and opted to prolong their old friend’s legacy.
Fast forward to 2021.. Terry & The Good Time Boys have emotionally healed enough to blow people’s faces and teeth off with a blistering combination of alternative, blues and soul, all together in a dual fronted three piece.
£6 ADV > Crash Records & direct from bands. £7.50 OTD. 18+


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