Subset + Glue + Saps

February 7, 2016 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
£7.70 advance
Roman Daste

For fans of garage punk surf pop indie grunge shitgaze i.e. WolfAlice, Slaves, Royal Blood, Cerebral Ballzy, Wavves, Best Coast, System of a Down, Nirvana, The Cribs, ThrashTalk, Pulled apart by horses, Arctic Monkeys, System of a Down, Deftones, NOFx…etc.


Subset is touring band with a loud rock influences (4 piece) across UK and EU since 2009, singing melodies over punk beats and shouting catchy choruses to repeat with your drunk mates and tattooed gfriends.
The band has toured the UK, France, Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands with over 180 shows performed. Originally from London the band were finalists at the 2010 Surface Unsigned Competition, and got signed to US label Expat Records the following year. The band completed another 3 UK tours in 2011,2012,2013 and a first EU tour in May2015. The band has opened for bigger acts such as Purple Texas, Random Hand, Alexander O’Neil, Raven Eye, Back to Black, Nathan Moore, Our Man In The Bronze Age, Seething Akra, Invocation, Random Hand, Tyrannosaurus, Jackal, Tallowah and more. SUBSET have raised a total of £6,000 via crowdfunding and has so far released 2 albums, 4 EPs and 3 singles. In October 2014 the band got signed to BMU Management and are now signed to Create Inspire Records in Preston UK. Their first full length album LOVERDOSE was released in 2013. The band has released in Jan 2016 a new 22 tracks double album called PLEASE DON’T FEEL. a

SUBSET have 6 official video releases on their YouTube channel (’

“alternative/indie rock drawing on a mixture of different sub-genres and influences” – pete from Glue. Glue are a 5 piece Alternative Rock band with some psychedelia + a bit of Shoegaze, from Cambridge.
“…infusions of both modern alt rock and the desert rock-revival scene that has made waves this side of the Atlantic in the past couple of years…” – The Indiependent Music Blog

Forming in Summer 2013, “Fresh off the block” alternative rock/psych band have played at some of Cambridge’s best venues (The Junction, The Portland Arms) spreading their music around the Cambridge scene.

Glue are Ben Udin, Harry Wilde, Peter Young, Dan Brown and Ben Carver.

Check out a review of their debut demo “Chewy” by the Indiependent Music Blog:


Jangle-pop that’ll sway you. Cambridge

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