IT’S another busy week of music at Hebden Bridge Trades Club.
It begins on Friday with an evening of punk rock, pandemonium and uproar with The Black Lanterns and Extinction of Mankind.
From the mill towns of Northern England - and featuring former members of Seal Team Six, Human Wreckage, Largactil, Falconetti and Steps - The Black Lanterns are described as “a venomous twisted mess of punk rock, 90s hardcore, metal, industrial riff and dirty bluesy rock and roll”.
Tickets are priced £6/£3. Doors open at 8pm.
Stackridge will be on stage on Saturday night.
The band performed at the first Glastonbury Festival and were a favourite of the late John Peel.
Tickets are priced £15/£12. Doors open at 8pm.
Keith James will perform the songs of Leonard Cohen on Sunday night.
Keith has a lifetime reputation for performing in this way and an undying love of the pure song.
Tickets are priced £10/£7. Doors open at 8pm.
Two of the finest modern American psychedelic bands arrive at the club on Tuesday night.
Hush Arbors, led by Keith Wood, combine classic song legacy with experimental rock of more modern bands.
Arbouretum are described by the New York Press as “capturing the narrative power and sonic fury of electric Neil Young”.
Tickets are priced £8/£7. Doors open at 8pm.
For more information, call 01422 845265.