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October 20, 2018 @ 1:30 pm - 11:30 pm UTC+0

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South London’s brand new celebration of leftfield alternative, math & pop!

Tickets £9.50 advance / £12 on the door

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Gritty, melodic Manchester noise-pop. Having performed at this year’s Meltdown Festival and supported bands like Everything Everything and Idles, the trio have been causing a stir with their sweet snarling hooks and catchy fuzzed-up guitars.

Instrumental heavyweights from Glasgow. Since forming in October 2011, the quartet have seen a rush of support from the likes of The Independent, Clash Magazine and PROG Magazine. The band have completed numerous UK and European tours and have played with acts such as Russian Circles, This Will Destroy You, TTNG and Black Peaks.

Steve Strong Music
A one man arsenal of beats, tapped guitar and lush, textural melodies. His music is as sparse as it is grandiose, as skeletal as it is layered, equal parts shimmering and pulsing…

Natalie Evans
A London based multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter. Fusing her virtuosic talent on guitar, harp and piano with finely tuned songwriting sensibilities, her songs glow with a rare self-contained grace, as she wraps her minimalist and deceptively simple lyrical lines in winning hooks and harmonies.

Death and the Penguin
South London locals with a unique brand of off-kilter alternative tinged with math, jazz and electronica. The band released their debut album “Anomie” to critical acclaim in July and gave a stand-out performance at this year’s ArcTanGent Festival…

Blackpool cinematic-rock band, touted by the likes of Kerrang! & BBC Radio 1 Rock Show, who released their stunning debut album “How To Let Go” via Music For Nations (Sony) in May 2018.

A noisy math/grunge band from Nottingham featuring members of Alright the Captain and Cheap Jazz. Formed in September 2016 the band have toured all over the UK and mainland Europe. Their self-titled debut album is set for release in September 2018.

The Mantis Opera
Experimental, avant garde rockers based in London. The band combine delicate melodies, complex rhythms with progressive electronic arrangements. They draw influences from a diverse array of artists from the likes of Deerhoof to Portishead.

FES uk
A 3 piece math-pop band based in Peterborough and Leeds. Formed in 2016, the band have quickly established a name for themselves with their frantic stage show, slick tempo changes and repulsively catchy math pop melodies.

Piles Of Clothes
The musical outlet of Leeds-based songwriter Andy Crowder. For fans of acoustic guitars, vocal harmonies and self-deprecating songwriting.

Salt the Snail
Having doused themselves in beverage and donned wrestling masks in their respective videos, the Liverpool trio’s collision of raw punk power and scuzzy grunge filth is scarcely delivered with a straight face. Their penchant for fun has quickly established them among the UK underground’s liveliest live acts.

Formed in March 2017, this London four-piece has already taken the experimental scene by storm. They’ve taken their unique blend of technical math rock, gnarly riffs and post rock experimentation all over the UK, most recently supporting Memory of Elephants on the May 2018 tour.

Jack Nash
An American/Portuguese solo artist, currently living in Bristol, brings his beautiful noodley guitar stylings to UPGEFUKT’s acoustic stage.

Delicious alt-pop from one of the members of instrumental math/post-rock band Waking Aida.


October 20, 2018
1:30 pm - 11:30 pm UTC+0
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Windmill Brixton
22 Blenheim Gardens
London, SW2 5BZ GB
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