/Club /Leeds /Carpe Noctum: The Webb with The Scarlet Hour and Digital Harpy
April 1 @ 19:00 - 02:00 BST£9.05
THE WEBB have been Carpe favourites since they debuted with us back in October 2014(!) at our very first “New Blood” showcase night. Mixing a punk attitude, ASF backing, and Siouxsie-meets-Kate Bush-meets-Lene Lovich theatrics, this is a live show not to miss!
THE SCARLET HOUR return to Carpe in the special guest slot off the back of their forthcoming debut album “Warnings”. A duo comprising scene stalwarts Tim “The Blogging Goth” Synystyr and Mel “DJ Kitty Klaws” Butler, expect driving bass, atmospheric electronics, and theatrical apocalyptic tales.
Newcomers DIGITAL HARPY make their debut with us and open proceedings. Electro-rock-cyberpunk-industrial-metal fronted by Pete Fey (All My Thorns/ex-Scorpion Stare) on vocals and guitar.
CARPE NOCTUM is the biggest and longest-running regular goth club in the north of England. Our resident DJs HGV and Misrule boast a wealth of experience, with residencies at illustrious Leeds club nights such as Flock and Black Lodge under their belts, alongside guest appearances at clubs and festivals throughout the North, including repeat appearances at Goth City Festival, Tomorrow’s Ghosts, and Infest. Weaving sets from a broad palette of dark alternative genres and subgenres, fuelling and fuelled by the dancefloor, their ethos is that the party is all! Expect tracks old and new, bona-fide classics and hidden gems, foot-stompers and lightbulb-changers.
THE LENDING ROOM is Leeds’ finest big small venue! With state-of-the-art lighting, PA and engineers, you can get up-close-and-personal with some of the best acts around today, and still sidle back to the bar in short order. Please note the Lending Room is an upstairs venue with no level access.
18+ only, right of admission reserved.
Band from around 20:00 till approximately 22:00, with the club night following till 1am.
Admission is just £8 advance/on the door, or just a fiver after the bands for the club night only. Cash only on the door please.