His sound is a mix of rock, which is slightly progressive at times, which could be described as rocket fuelled prog, alternative and experimental, but on listening to his debut album you will find some chilled-out heart felt tracks. Tiph’s style is quite eclectic but his signature style runs through the songs.
His harder songs are fast paced driving riffs mixed with sweet harmony guitar chords, surprising time and rhythm changes, sprinkled with vocal harmonies and killer guitar solos.
They emerged last year, combining big, anthemic riffs and hooky vocal melodies to create a powerful and stylish modern rock sound. Warmly received after their first set of gigs, they’re back and promising to deliver one hell of a show.
“The first time I saw them , when they opened up with the first tune I knew they were going to bring the house down, it was fantastic, what a great night that was. The second time was at the Fenton, they were fantastic that night too. The people there loved it , rockers of all ages were trying to get to the front for a better view.
I can’t wait until I can get to see them again” – Tony Anderson
Catchy riffs, in your face drums, edgy twin guitar harmonies, polished off with blues style vocals. Indie, alternative, heavy, prog… Autonym have no single genre. Maybe you decide.
After forming in April, and playing a handful of promising shows, they are now working on their first EP.
This energetic 5 piece will have your heart thumping, your body jumping, and leaving you wanting more after the very last note!
New Garage rock band from Leeds. Lazy Susan play in a raw style with fat fuzz toned riffs and motorcade drum beats. Lazy Susan take influence from the likes of The Stooges, Joy Division, The Strokes PJ Harvey and The White Stripes.
£6 Adv: See Tickets, Crash Records, from bands. £7.50 OTD. 18+
(Friday) 7:30 pm