The Mobbs headline The Lab on Friday March 31.
The Northampton garage rock trio released their fifth album Piffle in 2016. Armed to the teeth with an arsenal of influences from 1960s British beat to full on punked up rhythm & blues, The Mobbs play a Wilko Johnson-infused Billy Childish-like explosion of noise.
Support is by Northampton rap / drum and bass act The Drunken Mandem who have recently been seen supporting both The Dub Pistols and Chali 2na from Jurassic 5.
Making up the bill is Austin Texas trio Bloody Knives The band’s critically acclaimed album, I Will Cut Your Heart Out For This, was released last year on Saint Marie with new single The Descent out now. Bloody Knives combine the sounds of heavy punk and industrial with blurry ambient electronics, shoegaze atmospherics and 8-bit glitches and melodies.
Doors 8pm, tickets £4.