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Black Kes, David Cronenberg’s Wife & Joe Buzfuz

THE NEW ADELPHI CLUB, 89 De Grey Street, Hull, HU5 2RU

6 Oct 2023




Step into a whimsical realm of musical wonder and prepare yourself for a mind-bending night of insane musical goodness. Join us for an extraordinary evening that will transport you to a realm where reality blurs with dreamlike melodies, where the boundaries of genres are shattered, and where the unexpected reigns supreme.

Black Kes from Hull
Get ready to embark on a sonic odyssey with the progressive skiffle masters, Black Kes! Playing a hometown show, this visionary collective fuses avant-garde folk with mind-altering skiffle rhythms, creating a transcendent musical experience like no other. As their enchanting melodies intermingle with thought-provoking lyrics, you’ll find yourself irresistibly drawn into a world of sonic experimentation and unbounded creativity.

David Cronenberg’s Wife – from London
Witness the ethereal brilliance of Antifolk legends, David Cronenberg’s Wife, as they take the stage! Emerging from the vibrant streets of London, their music weaves a tapestry of surreal narratives and poetic reverie. With a sound that defies conventions, they effortlessly blend delicate acoustic melodies with unexpected bursts of sonic intensity, leaving audiences spellbound and yearning for more. Prepare to be transported to a realm where reality bends and imagination runs wild.

Joe Buzfuz from Sheffield
Prepare yourself for a musical blast like no other as Sheffield’s one-of-a-kind maestro, Joe Buzfuz, takes the stage! His genre-bending cocktail of antifolk, blues, and avant-garde flavors will sweep you off your feet and toss you headfirst into a whirlwind of sonic ecstasy. With every strum of his guitar and every word he sings, Buzfuz will ignite a fire within you, daring you to embrace your inner weirdness and dance like there’s no tomorrow!

Venue Details

89 De Grey Street,

01482 348216

Iconic live music venue. One of the UK's most celebrated underground clubs.


Wheelchair Access