FRIDAY: Pop-punk heroes The Splash headlining live show, Bridgwater Arts Centre (From Bridgwater Mercury)
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FRIDAY: Pop-punk heroes The Splash headlining live show, Bridgwater Arts Centre
12:36pm Thursday 10th October 2013 in What's On
BRIDGWATER’S own pop-punk heroes, The Splash, will headline a night of live music fit to blast the roof off the town’s Arts Centre this Friday (October 11).
Four other bands from Bridgwater and beyond are joining the watery trio for a night put on by Red Noise Productions.
As yet unsigned grunge-rockers Double Veteran have a history of winning band battles on Bridgwater turf while in-ya-face ska-punk duo Slagerij from Swindon will serve up a party, following on from April’s release of single ‘Non Stop Party Machine’.
Well-prepped Between Channels revive their original line-up after a five-year hiatus and some downtime writing and recording new material.
Shape-shifters, Project Therapy, meanwhile, will deliver a set of classic rock fused with modern pop-punk, ahead of their Cannington gig for Oxjam.
Local music collective, Red Noise Productions, are a group with over a decade's experience within the cut-and-thrust of the music industry and RNP's Graham Hodgson said: "We want to make people aware of Bridgwater music and build up a following. It used to be on the map, and there's no reason why it can't be again."
The doors open at 7pm -- admission £5.