This September, the Kazimier Garden will be hosting a night of live music in the Stockroom to raise money for the Whitechapel Centre, Liverpool’s leading homeless and housing charity for the Liverpool Region.
Hosted by formerly homeless eccentric and People’s Poet of Liverpool Tony Chestnut, the night will showcase a selection of Liverpool’s very best musicians, both established and up and coming, with all money raised through ticket sales going to the Whitechapel Centre.
Headlining the night will be Liverpool 90s legends The Living Brain who have just recently come out of Hiatus with the stellar Two Sides of The Brain LP, a must see for fans of Garage Psych bands.
Main support comes from Post Punk duo Pleasure Island, whom having graced the stages of strings of festivals, including BBC Radio 6 Fringe, LIMF, Smithdown Road Fest are riding high with their new single Priory being picked up by Amazing Radio.
Obfuscate have been through the looking glass and returned with something beyond ketamine, with the two piece performing their debut set on the night, having formed to bring the visceral and Computational together while exploring the difference between noise and sound.
Shoplifter have been making waves and stealing more than just shopping with their single “Plastic Doll Head” picking up praise from none other than BBC’s Tommy Robinson describing the band as “Surreal, stroppy pop… With an antisocial name… SHOPLIFTER”
Emily from Stealing Sheep DJ Set shall be providing a special soundtrack for the evening with additional info blips from The People’s Poet of Liverpool, throughout the night.
Tickets are on sale through Eventbrite with over 80% now gone and selling fast.
Spotify Playlist for bands playing on the night: