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Now firmly established as the place to see new music in Darlington, the Bruja night returns to the Voodoo Café on Saturday 12th August with another line-up full of emerging talent.

Heading the bill for this instalment are Paul Had A Shark, a brand new trio with only a handful of gigs under their belts but who have already started to built a reputation for their take on alt-rock. Describing themselves as bringing a more ambient edge to their post-Britrock sounds, here’s your chance to make up your mind on these latest upstarts.

Joining them on the evening are Huddersfield’s Courtyards, who have already garnered heavy support for BBC Introducing for their reverb-soaked rock. With their latest single Everything out now and a busy summer schedule that has already taken in national appearances as well as a slot at Tramlines, Courtyards have established themselves as a band very much in demand.

Opening are psychedelic band Beautiful Ruins, a Darlington based band equally indebted to the paisley-coated sounds of the sixties as to the casual styles of early Stone Roses. With Bruja promising special ‘intoxicating potions’ (or, as everyone else calls them, cocktails) paired with each act, it’s shaping up to be another unique evening at the Voodoo Café.

Bruja returns to the Voodoo Café, Darlington on Saturday 12th August.

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