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Chris Snelgrove / Tragical History Tour / Kitchen Cynics @ The Assembly Rooms 14th July

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Laika Come Home Music Promotions present:


As part of his summer European tour with Tragical History Tour, ex-Prevenge man Chris Snelgrove brings his raucous acoustic punk all the way from Montreal to the Granite City. Last year's full-length "The Distance Between" with full band and rotating cast of characters-The Last Mile, is an uplifting sonic experience- a whirlwind journey covering longing, introspection, sobriety and reflection. His live show promises to be just as affirming and we're stoked to welcome him to Aberdeen.

FFO: Social Distortion, Bob Mould, Laura Stevenson and the Cans



Hot off the back of a European tour with Tim Holehouse, cowpunk's very own Roaster-In-Chief Tragical History Tour hits the road again, bringing his honest, blood, sweat and tears brand of acoustic punk ever so slightly further to the North and East. Articulate, thought-provoking, melodic and melancholy, THT's catalogue is a rad delight of gravelly punk and a staple of North-East Scotland's DIY scene.

FFO: Ghost Mice, Against Me!, Mike Park



After a bit of a live absence, we are very pleased to welcome back longtime LCH favourite Kitchen Cynics. Hugely prolific wyrd-folk hero Alan once more treats us to an experimental sonic treat of local folklore and history in his own brilliant and distinctive style.

FFO: Ivor Cutler, Sonic Youth, Thomas Truax 


We are delighted to be hosting this event at The Anatomy Rooms. Doors 7:30//Curfew 11:00//Vegan Bakesale//Donation Bar

As always, please respect the space, the performers and each other. 

See y'all in July!

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