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It Came Out of Nowhere

Friday 28th September. The Polish Club, Edmund St. Doors at 8pm, £5

A night of home-grown and self-organised rock music from across the globe held as part of Bradford’s best and least-pretentious indie disco; ‘No Hands’ at The Polish Club. The Bismarck from Seattle USA will be performing their self-describedly ‘unfashionable’ brand of indie rock, Zappa/Magma influenced outer-limits rockers Poil from Lyon in France and Liverpool’s prog weirdos a.P.A.t.T blend genres and bend minds, and Bradford’s own stripped-down riffers Dolphins will launch their self-released album on vinyl. An eclectic night to introduce the lesser-heard voices from established cities and show that great music can emerge from the most unlikely of places.

Preceded by a screening of Grateful Lovers, Finding Punk on the Great Plains, a documentary about DIY rock music in the American Midwest by Chris Jury of The Bismark, and a presentation from Gary Cavanagh, longstanding 1 in 12 Club member and author of Noise of the Valleys (a book that documents Bradford’s popular music history) at Tasmin Little Music Centre, 2pm for members of Bradford Music Society and their guests.

Documented in episode three of The Mirrored Hammer (embedded below).



 All Photos by Peter Kopek

The Mirrored Hammer: Episode Three by Andyabbott on Mixcloud