Good Grief presents an all-dayer fundraiser for the Rock Trust.
The Rock Trust works with young people between the ages of 16- 25 who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless or socially excluded. They advise, educate and support young people.
Frantic freakout from Manchester. Only UK band on John Dwyer's Castle Face Records. Marc Riley compared them to Edinburgh post-punk legends The Fire Engines.
The highly prolific project of Edwin Stevens. Many great albums released by Faux Discx, Comfortable on a Tightrope etc. Lo-fi and drenched in reverb.
Noisy and melodic. Prolific on Glasgow’s DIY scene. Latest album on Amour Foo.
Psych-pop from Glasgow/London. Melodies that would impress Ray Davies. Album on Upset the Rhythm.
Originally from Australian ‘Dolewave’ band Beef Jerk (Trouble in Mind). A few solo albums under his belt.
Noisy, feminist, post-punk, all the way from London.
Smooth Dad & The Community
Slapdash scrappy grooves hailing from both hemispheres.
Sunday 21 January 2018
£10 – All proceeds to The Rock Trust
The Biscuit Factory
4-6 Anderson Place, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 5NP
Tickets available from:
Step-free access and accessible toilet facilities. No strobe lighting. Contact [email protected]
with any questions about accessibility or to request free tickets for Personal Assistants.
Safe spaces policy. Respect others, have fun.
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