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Time of the Mouth to headline The Marrs Bar

Coming to The Marrs Bar on Friday 31st May, we'll be hosting an incredibly special show from Time Of The Mouth in association with Slap Mag ūüí• Time Of The Mouth (TOTM) are a Worcester based pop-rock trio, formed at the beginning of 2010 by frontman and guitarist Chris Jones. TOTM are known for their very energetic live shows spreading their love for beefy punk-rock riffs paired with heartfelt lyrics of love and loss. Check them out here: More information coming soon......

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The Jericho Racks, The Space + Hipflask Virgins join No Violet Bill

Completing our upcoming lineup fronted by the incredible No Violet at The Marrs Bar, we're super excited to welcome some new faces as well as welcome back Uncover faves The Jericho Racks. New local legends The Jericho Racks will be showcasing their fuzzed-out garage rock in its raw form, distilling the grit and emotion of the old blues masters and mixing it with a frantic primal energy that borders on punk rock. This mixture is not for the faint-hearted, but dangerously addictive for those who can handle it. Also joining them will be newcomers The Space, from their early teens......

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SLOW TAPES COMPLETE RUNRUMMER LINEUP

Slow Tapes, the new project from a former member of beloved Thousand Mountain have joined the lineup for our first gig at Annie's at the Courtyard on the 29th March. Joining headliner Runrummer and local favorites Poppy WS and Chloe Mogg, Slow Tapes will be making their debut, not only to Uncover but to the world of gigging in this must-see performance. Evoking sounds of Foals and Tame Impala, they're describing themselves as the sound from a decade that never existed. We've heard how their demos are sounding and trust us, you're not going to want to miss this....

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RUNRUMMER TO HEADLINE ANNIE’S AT THE COURTYARD

Uncover are proud to announce a show at Worcester's newest venue: Annie's at the Courtyard! With BBC Introducing support and a sold-out debut show under her belt, Runrummer is an artist on the rise and certainly one to look out for. Like many of the new crop of young British pop, Runrummer pulls influences from 80s electro bands alongside contemporary sounds from Christine and the Queens, Lorde and Flume, while her lyrics explore complex subjects like gender identity, sexuality and mental health. Poppy WS is a Worcester based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose classical style blended with soul has a realness......

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WHITE NOISE CINEMA AND HEY JESTER ADDED TO IVW LINE UP

We're excited to announce new additions to our Independent Venue Week gig at The Marrs Bar! Playing alongside The Pink Diamond Revue and Legpuppy will be White Noise Cinema who are a collective of various local musos that have crafted a 45 minute set of eclectic and cinematic original jams. Influences range from the obvious (Radiohead / Nine Inch Nails / Talking Heads / LCD Soundsystem) to the less so (Frank Zappa / Sun Ra / Merzbow / Miles Davis) and everything in between. Opening the night will be West Midlands power trio, Hey Jester who make music consisting of surrealist sounds,......

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INDEPENDENT VENUE WEEK ANNOUNCEMENT

Back at The Marrs Bar for Independent Venue Week (and also our second birthday!) we have a really special show lined up for you. The Pink Diamond Revue and Legpuppy + two other acts TBA. The Pink Diamond Revue are from the London underground scene and play ravishingly dark postpone that has been spliced with sludgy rock and roll.  Following their incredibly successful performance at Worcester Music Festival 2018, Legpuppy are making their return! (and so is the clown mask... we hope!) South London-based, enigmatic electro-post-punks continue their satirical attack on the modern world. We're incredibly grateful to say that......

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NO VIOLET TO HEADLINE THE MARRS BAR

As part of their 2019 UK tour, we're super excited to announce that we'll be hosting No Violet's date at The Marrs Bar in association with Jägermeister and SLAP Mag. Describing themselves as grunge alt rock, the Bristol-based four-piece powerfully retain your attention with their enthralling performances of their idiosyncratic blend of fuzz-infused grunge, alt-rock and semi contorted math rock. Ellie, Pete, Rhys and Kerry captivate their audience through a manipulating dynamic range that echoes early Pixies with an added split personality disorder.  "Tasty, fuzzy goodness" - Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Supports TBA Tickets will go on sale at......

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