https://www.facebook.com/events/805525362915503 Friday 14th October 2016 Wharf Chambers, Leeds SEALINGS (Faux Discx, Clan Destine, Italian Beach Babes, Tye Die Tapes) Sealings are a three-piece based in the dilapidated seaside resort of Brighton. Sealings are a band whose live show has been described as both “based more on confrontation than anything else” and “willfully abrasive”. To attempt to capture this mindset of total sonic annihilation Sealings recorded at home and in windowless ex-toilets, before handing over to like-minded peers MJ (Hookworms, Suburban Home Studio) and Mikey Young (Total Control/Eddy Current Suppression Ring) who mixed, and mastered their record respectively to both temper and bolster the group’s caustic tendencies. Haunting b...lown-out synth by way of Warm Jets Eno or cold-wave pioneers Ruth, inventive guitar dramatics and jittering drum machines make way for genuine emotion. Whether careering three-chord punk, industrial instrumental passages or fervent noise-rock, Sealings are beginning to carve their own individual place that owes much to each genre they mine from, whilst never being reductive of them. First time playing in Leeds! https://fauxdiscx.bandcamp.com/album/im-a-bastard COWTOWN Long time Leeds DIY econo warriors Cowtown are back with their 4th album 'Paranormal Romance'. Fresh from touring the continent with Deerhoof, expect tour-tight, caffeine-fuelled garage rock blasts and new-wave licks of the Oh Sees, Devo and Sauna Youth ilk. Don't fight the fun, feel it. https://cowtown.bandcamp.com/album/paranormal-romance XAM DUO Exploratory synthesizer and saxophone duo made up of members of Hookworms and Deadwall. New Age soundscapes, kosmische experimentation and Terry Riley-esque looped minimalism combine to produce meditative and peaceful improvised jams. http://xammusik.bandcamp.com/ £5, 8pm “Wharf Chambers Co-operative Club is a members’ club, and you need to be a member, or a guest of a member, in order to attend. To join, please visit wharfchambers.org. Membership costs £1 and requires a minimum of 48 hours to take effect."