The Chadelics At Quiet Riot – Infectious Indie Guitar Rock From Highly Rated Cumbrian Band

The Chadelics At Quiet Riot - Infectious Indie Guitar Rock From Highly Rated Cumbrian Band

Fresh from supporting Inspiral Carpets, Cumbrian act The Chadelics headline the exciting ‘new’ band night at , Flemingate, Beverley, on Friday, May 29.

The four teenagers have been kicking up a storm following the release of their debut EP ‘Ryan Said It’s OK’ . Picking up airplay on Radio One with Huw Stephens , Radio 6 with Steve Lamacq and XFM with Clint Boon, The Chadelics also number Inspirals’ drummer Craig Gill among their growing army of fans:

In a busy 2015 they have headlined at the Night & Day Cafe in Manchester and The Brickyard , Carlisle; backed the Antarctic Monkeys at The Nines in Barrow and on May 22 the four south Cumbrians are supporting the Inspiral Carpets at Carlisle’s Old Fire Station.

This is all ahead of their much anticipated follow up to debut EP Ryan Said It’s OK which will be their first single release called ‘Out Of Line’ scheduled for June. Then the Kendal Calling festival beckons at the end of July.

Lead vocals + guitar / Joe Mansergh (18), Bass / Joe Simons (18), Drums / Zack Smith (17), Guitar / Robbie Coplen (18) Influences range from The Undertones to The and The Smiths to The Arctic Monkeys via Kingmaker.

“We can’t wait to play Beverley,” said songwriter Joe Mansergh. “We have heard what a great night it is.”

Support on the Quiet Riot lineup comes from local rock outfit The Dead Hormones, Hull’s eclectic indie newcomers The Magdalenes and Beverley’s blues maestro Rivers Johansson.

“Dead Hormones have a sound that is as schizophrenic as the Summer. Songs rise and fall as the band move through the gears.” – Michelle Dee.

They have being likened to artists such as ‘Pink Floyd’ ‘’ ‘Kyuss’ ‘Radiohead’ ‘Led Zeppelin’.

“Dead Hormones take a trip through time, as eerie effects recall the grandiose rock sounds of the seventies that morphs into the fusion funk/rock of trailblazers RHCP.”- Michelle Dee

The Magdalenes are an eclectic quartet from Hull. Their sound draws on a range of influences from The Rolling Stones, to Joy Division, to The Stone Roses. Formed in May 2014; expect jangle guitars, floating bass and hectic drums.

Rivers Johansson is a Beverley born God fearin’ full of piss & vinegar Nectophile-Deathblues-Grunge-Rock Musician. A one man band, a sinner, a righteous liar, brothers & sisters the sermon begins.

Tickets £4 from Minster Records, Eastgate, Beverley, The Molescroft Newsagents & Chinese Laundry, Savile Street, Hull, from May 5 or £5 on the door.

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