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MUSKETS

w/ Squidge & Vianne

Muskets are coming to The Den for one of our biggest shows yet with the mighty local legends Squidge and The Den's very own Vianne. This is the Friday night we're going to be talking about for a long time after!

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26

APR

ELIZABETH PICKERING

w/ The Leon Daye Band & Niamh Jones

Elizabeth is a Bath based, Leeds-visiting singer songwriter from Hull, drawing influence from Jade Bird and Dominique Christina.
This feminist indie folk is not for the faint hearted. Her raw guitar lines are the perfect backdrop for her goosebump-filled vocal performances and make each show an intimate journey of song and poetry. Elizabeth Pickering stomps into every performance as if the audience are her best friends and demands to change the world.

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02

MAY

THE MENSTRUAL CRAMPS

w/ HAVVK, Delight A Thief & JuJu Jones

Formed in a broken bedroom in Bristol, on the verge of homelessness, and rife with anger, The Menstrual Cramps were born. They jumped ship to a dive in London and recorded their debut album ‘We’re Not Ovaryacting’ on distorted acoustic guitars, calling on the world to ‘Save the Badgers’, and ‘Cull the Tories’. The Menstrual Cramps aren’t here to take your shit.

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18

MAY

PINT OF SCIENCE

w/ Dr Sarah Bailey & Prof. Ed Keogh

Defining Differences Between the Male and Female Brain. Stress is a major risk factor for developing depression and anxiety. 21st century life is full of stresses; surviving a breakup, worrying about job security or death of loved ones. Our biological systems have evolved to respond to physical stress, like sabre-toothed tigers. These same systems are activated in response to today’s stresses. In this talk, I will describe our latest research exploring differences between male and female brains. Find out why understanding sex differences in stress responses is potentially important in developing new medicines.

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21

MAY

TKAA 2.1

w/ Big Foot, The Wedlocks

& Austen James

The Kids Aren't Alright comes back with a bang for it's brand new reboot right here, at The Den, Bath.

This second night of tuneage brings the heat. Loud & Proud with grunge rockers Big Foot. Support comes from buzzy piano punk thrill ride The Wedlocks and quirky singer-songwriter Austen James.

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24 MAY

JAMES HARRIMAN

w/ Raul & The Rockets & Seán Daithí

Dive Live is back with some amazing acts!

James Harriman takes a nostalgic 90’s Britpop sound and collides it with Contemporary Folk-Rock influences creating a sound that brings old and new together. He delivers a non-stop, high energy live persona alongside catchy choruses and strong lyrics. James writes songs that are designed to be listened to, often touching on deeper themes such as relationships and mental health that contrast with the upbeat happy sound of the music. Over the past four years James has grown a dedicated following and a reputation for high energy live shows. “You will Laugh, Cry, Dance, Sing and Drink along with Friends and Strangers Alike!”

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28

MAY

ILL WILL

w/ The Prohibition

& All Smiles In Wonderland

Hailing from Bath, ILL WILL are an alternative rock band who craft dark sounds with a blend of 90s grunge and modern UK rock. Frenzied live shows seize minds and advocate movement with fuzz-fueled choruses and riotous rhythms.

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27

APR

D!VE L!VE

SO w/ Terry Thomas & Lauren Walton

SO are an ambient melodic band, who’s haunting male and female vocals and rhythmic beats have been compared to the likes of London Grammar and Oh Wonder. They are now embarking on their first UK Tour, promoting the upcoming release of their debut EP.

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05

MAY

D!VE L!VE

Billie Alderman & Will Heggadon w/ Elizabeth Pickering & Hashan Peiris

Elizabeth writes songs for the contemporary world we live in. Familiar yet curious lyrics, this feminist indie folk is not for the faint hearted. Entwining soulful melodies with quick-fire spoken word, Elizabeth Pickering stomps into every performance as if the audience is her best friend and demands to change the world.

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19

MAY

PINT OF SCIENCE

w/ Dr. Richard Bowman & Dr. James Stone

The invention of the microscope was one of the biggest advances in scientific research and since then we have been determined to see smaller and smaller objects. Our speakers here discuss the applications of microscopy as well as how these high tech pieces of equipment function.

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22

MAY

HIDEAWAY 17

Speakeasy Jazz Night

Bath's exclusive speakeasy: Hideaway 17 Jazz Club.At last, you slip inside for a prohibition-era cocktail or two. Lounge on a Chesterfield or dance the night away at one helluva party in the new Bath music basement, The Den.

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26

MAY

DREAMWAVE

w/ The Slaughterhouse Band

Birthed in 2018, Dreamwave are a Brighton based four piece. They have been described as "a kaleidoscopical fusion of dreampop, psychedelia and progressive rock which will send you to a different dimension" & "fast and groovy garage-psych-punk a la Meatbodies, Oh Sees, The Chats etc with some jams that seem to go off on unexpected turns"
"Dreamwave took us on a journey of rock from light jazzy prog through to space rock via doom. The heavier they got, the better it got" - Plugged in Brighton

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£2.00

30

MAY

HIDEAWAY 17

Speakeasy Jazz Night

Bath's exclusive speakeasy: Hideaway 17 Jazz Club.
At last, you slip inside for a prohibition-era cocktail or two. Lounge on a Chesterfield or dance the night away at one helluva party in the new Bath music basement, The Den.

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£2.00

29

APR

HUM FUZZ

w/ Ollie Ciaran & Padrat

Four mates from school who just love to make music. An explosive and energetic sound that blends Indie Rock with Pop melodies and a Reggae groove that unmistakable. These boys are one to watch in 2019.

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10

MAY

PINT OF SCIENCE

Dr. Peter King & Prof. Marcelle McManus

Are We Making the Best, Most Effective Use of the Resources We Have? This presentation follows the journey of a single plastic bottle through the economy. On this journey, a series of traps await our plastic which will see it either recycled or end up in the ocean. Despite new reform and market-based instruments waiting in the wings, will it be too little too late for our plastic?

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£4.00

20

MAY

RAVEIS KOLE

w/ Danny McMahon

& Nigel G Lowndes

Raveis Kole is (Laurie Raveis (Ray-viss) and Dennis Kole) is a singer-songwriter interplay melding Raveis’ caramel smooth, emotive vocals and groove-driven acoustic guitar rhythms with Kole’s fingerstyle counterpoint and harmonic explorations. Their style is “Artistic, Thoughtful and Connecting” - creating songs that turn left in a right-handed world. Their new project, “Electric Blue Dandelion - Nashville Sessions” with co-producer, Jeff Silverman (Allman Brothers, Prince, Rick Springfield) casts an organic, natural light on the beauty and grit of the intimately bold tracks, which debuted at #11 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. Raveis Kole has also received two consecutive nominations for Best Americana / Folk / Acoustic song from the Hollywood Music in Media awards.

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23 MAY

PERIOD BOMB

w/ Martyrials, Beefywink

& Tuffragettes

One day we will write a book about all the crazy shit we've had to do to keep existing as an expressive & diyaf band while being so broke, homeless, crazy, queer, driven and ridiculous. But for now all you get is small glimpses at our live shows, even smaller but nonetheless entertaining ones on youtube, and pathetic mockeries of ourselves we occasionally try and capture on phones or upon quick & spontaneous invitations to some of our hero's studios, which you can find on Bandcamp.

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27 MAY

CENTREFOLDS

w/ Rewire The Time Machine

Back after a long time away is Centrefolds! Followed up by Rewire The Time Machine - make sure to get yourselves down for a night of highly anticipated live music!

Following critically acclaimed 7 track EP ‘Fashion’, Centrefolds (based in Bath, UK) grabbed the attention of BBC Introducing, NME, BBC 6 Music, Absolute Radio, Fred Perry Subculture, BBC Radio 2 and Hype Machine. With appearances at Glastonbury Festival, support to major national bands throughout the UK and airplay worldwide already in their back pockets there is no doubt Centrefolds have made their mark on the music industry. Inspired by elements they love from the guitar world and the electronic one in equal measures whilst combining massive pop hooks, palpitating beats, raw and angular guitars with hypnotic synths and dreamy textures have enabled Centrefolds the ability to feed your ears with their blend of ‘anglo-Indie-dance-punk-euphoric-neon-pop-rock’

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£4.00

13

JUN

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