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30 September 2017

The Wheatsheaf Show map
£4.50, £3.50 advance
22.25 Shotgun Six
21.35 No Dice Grandma
20.45 Mike Barham
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Shotgun Six
A psychedelic grunge rock trio with an ear for a melody and slight stoner aroma hanging in the musical air.  Yes, alright, that doesn’t make any sense, but the band does feature Chris Monger who has been in about 60 squillion great local rock acts.  If you like a slow hazy build, a hypnotic fuzz snig-a-long and a sky-seeking rock Exocet of a climax, then this is the band for you: check out the near ten minute groove workouts on their self-titled release.
No Dice Grandma
Witney rockers who are back after a long hiatus due to rock’n’roll procreation.  Ahem.  A little bit of math, a little bit of post-, and a whole lot of noise informs their angular, abrasive rock.   Think Shellac, Yourcodenameis:Milo, Deftones, ForwardRussia, At The Drive In, Alpha Male Tea Party, Oceansize, Adebisi Shank, And So I watch You From Afar, Kong; think, “Gosh, this is good, I’m glad I came to this gig”.
Mike Barham
Mike Barham is punky, acoustic, and very tall indeed, as well as being the best thing to come out of Devizes since Andy Scott from The Sweet and a whole load of lock gates.  Vocally diverse, from grating bluesy overdrive to ridiculous falsetto sparkle, Mike’s music draws influence from artists including City and Colour, Frank Turner, Corey Taylor, Jamie Lenman and beyond. Probably a sprinkling of Dave Grohl in there, just to be sure. Renowned for wit and charm behind a microphone, a laconic lyrical eye and, as aforementioned, being really really tall.
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