October UK Tour

We’re hitting the road this October, bringing you a whole host of shows up and down the country …


All the details:

Wed 01 Oct :: Adelphi Club,  Hull  :: with This Is The Kit
It’s the legendary underground venue’s 30th birthday!
8pm – £10 advance tickets
89 De Grey Street, HU5 2RU

Thu 02 Oct :: Mello Mello, Liverpool :: with Dead Hedge Trio
Sink and Kate Stables will join the Dead Headge Trio for an evening of spontaneous sounds.
8pm – Free

Fri 03 Oct :: Antwerp Mansion, Manchester ::
with Kate Stables & Pascal Maconese

It’s here:
Rusholme Grove,
off the Curry Mile,
Wilmslow Rd
M14 5AG

Sat 04 Oct :: Wildgoose Space, 228 Mina Rd, Bristol BS2 9YP ::
with Orkney Cavalcade
Glistening solstice celebrations on the Isle of Egilsay gave rise to the Orkney Cavalcade, a small collective of musicians who will delight with their peculiar harmonies and entrancing tunes.

PLUS a special showing of ‘Son of a Sea Turtle’, a film about Moko and Loupe, two friends who are not gay they are just French. In an insane world their lives of coincidental happy abandon start to seem like the veriest sense. With live soundtrack by sink.
7pm – £5 suggested donation

Sun 05 Oct :: Cafe Kino, Bristol :: with Kate Stables
Kate Stables joins Sink downstairs at Cafe Kino.
7pm – £5 on the door

Mon 06 Oct :: Dungeness :: Sound Mirror Guerilla Gig
The Sound Mirrors are three enormous air raid early warning systems built in the early 20th century which were designed to amplify the distant rumblings of the Luftwaffe. If you’d like to join us on our sonic pilgrimage just turn up some time in the evening. Find out more here:


Tue 07 Oct :: Woodburner, Chats Palace, London ::
with Goodbye Leopold & Roaman in London

London’s finest great-vibe music night.
Food from 6pm, music 8-11pm
£4 on the door

Wed 08 Oct :: The Factory, Neds Housing Co-op, Hedley Street, Nottingham

7pm – Suggested donation £5

Thu 09 Oct :: Mining Institute, Newcastle ::
with Kate in the Kettle

Kate in the Kettle embraces old customs with new ideas, merging sounds from different places and weaving them into their own tune. Whilst drawing upon past folk music traditions, the songs written by Scottish singer and instrumentalist Kate Young are driven by her passion to cultivate public awareness connected to many environmental issues. Help us celebrate the release of Kate in the Kettle’s debut album, ‘Swimmings of the Head’.
8pm – Suggested donation £7
Facebook event page here

Fri 10 Oct :: Inverleith House, Royal Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh ::
with Kate in the Kettle

A return to home and another Strange Attractor, this time in a magical corner of the Royal Botanical Gardens. Help us celebrate the release of Kate in the Kettle’s debut album, ‘Swimmings of the Head’. This very special evening will take you on a journey of plantlore, musical folklore and other magical things. Dress like your favourite plant or mythical creature.

8pm – Suggested donation £7
Meet by the WEST GATE of Royal Botanical Gardens at 8PM.

Facebook event page here

Check out the shows page for more info


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