We Are The Giant

Wharf Chambers, Monday 2nd April 2018

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The following agents are selling tickets for We Are The Giant at Wharf Chambers on 2018-04-02 Monday 2nd April 2018. Face value tickets are priced at £4.40.

Tilted Fiction Promotions presents a night of live synth pop/psych/dark pop/electro punk.


La Rissa

One gal band making dark spooky synth pop. Feat. on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 1 & BBC Introducing.

'With dark, brooding synths and a stadium-ready voice, La Rissa could be one to keep an eye on' BBC Introducing in West Yorkshire

'making her a one-woman band. Impressive, right? She's inspired by post-punk, and 80's nostalgia which makes for a really unique, dark sound that I can't get enough of.' - Emily Pilbeam, BBC Introducing.


Galactic, Madonna inspired "intense, powerful & refreshingly raw anarcho-punk" - Louder Than War

Cynthia's Periscope

Producer and vocalist Paul Morrice's beautifully strange synth-pop solo project. Varying from tender introspection to brutal catharsis, his experimental confessional beats are as danceable as they are weird.


WORK is a new electro punk project from Xian and Michael Zamora - half of the Bay Area based psyche punk band bAd bAd (noisey write-up). WORK's debut LP is aimed to release this summer on Mt. St. Mtn. (Thee Oh Sees, Male Gaze, Sic Alps, Intelligence). Associated acts include: bAd bAd (S.S. Records), Dry Erase (Vacant Stare).

"In this new incarnation, brothers Xian and Michael Zamora offer songs that dissect the doldrums of technology, the paradoxes of synthetic social dynamics, and the blight of modern conveniences, all atop a dystopian dance floor dripping with dark wave distortions and 80's electro nostalgia. Imagine HAL 9000 starts a punk band without guitars, sacrificing his tech start-up career opportunities for his masters: Gary Numan, Alan Vega, Patrick Cowley, and Egyptian Lover."

Tom Branfoot

Tom Branfoot draws parallel's from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds to King Krule and The National. He released 2 singles and been played on BBC introducing. His music has been described as 'strange, abrasive art pop from another world' and that the songs themselves lay in a 'deep and dark territory'.

Wharf Chambers

23 Wharf Street, Leeds LS2 7EQ