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As NARC. magazine celebrate their 10th birthday, Teesside music charity Tees Music Alliance celebrate an astonishing 30 years of promoting live music in the region! The independent music promoters have managed the Georgian Theatre since 1993, and the building itself celebrates an even more impressive milestone this year, turning 250!

With so many milestones to celebrate, it seems fitting that a massive party is planned! Here’s what we’ve got up our sleeves…

Abel Raise The Cain
Atmospheric indie rock is the order of the day from Teessiders Abel Raise The Cain. The five-piece’s atmospheric soundscapes and epic sonic arrangements make them a truly spectacular live band.

Kobadelta
The Newcastle-based wild rockers bring a psych-tinged sound to their dark indie style; expect to throw some shapes while staring moodily into the distance…

Lilliput
Sunderland’s Lilliput demonstrate everything that’s right about indie pop – lush harmonies, superb songwriting and a mesmerising live show that’s full of baroque drama and sweeping majesty.

Lost State of Dance
The Hartlepudlian quartet’s prog-infused electro may have come whizzing out of the 80s, but they certainly know how to have a good time. Expect a synth-drenched party!

Nano Kino
Featuring members from Maximo Park and Decade In Exile, it comes as no surprise that Nano Kino produce passionate, ethereal and instant experimental pop. Their music is at once evocative and moodily atmospheric, with layered instrumentation and an innate sense of melody and texture.

Dressed Like Wolves
Teesside stalwart Rick Dobbing’s epic project offers a masterclass in lo-fi folk, replete with heart-torn-out lyrics and a Conor Oberst-style vocal style which leaves every audience breathless.

Tickets, costing a mere £6 in advance, are available now from the Tees Music Alliance website.

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