Crackling Vinyl celebrates it’s 3rd birthday on 4th/11th Nov

CRACKLING VINYL celebrates its 3rd birthday on Tuesday, 4th & 11th. November 2014 at Telford’s Warehouse, Chester

To celebrate its 3rd birthday, Crackling Vinyl is putting on two nights of brilliant live music and superlative vinyl excellence at Telford’s Warehouse in Chester for the same price as its inaugural gig in November 2011 (a mere £4).

In the last 3 years, Crackling Vinyl has attracted a long list of phenomenal, critically acclaimed artists to Chester for the first time: Cate Le Bon, Sweet Baboo, H. Hawkline, Gulp, Georgia Ruth, Trwbador, The Gentle Good, Richard James, Sex Hands, Colorama, Zervas & Pepper et al. In short, Crackling Vinyl brings these artists to Chester at a very affordable price, early on in their ascent, on otherwise moribund Tuesday nights.

Crackling Vinyl began in November 2011 as an excuse for music enthusiasts, Adam Walton, Ben ‘Soundhog’ Hayes and Elin Bach to play their favourite records in their favourite music venue (Telford’s Warehouse,Chester) far away from the weekend madness of endless requests for the kind of R&B that wasn’t pressed on Chess Records.

Crackling Vinyl evolved to encompass live music. They would bring unique and acclaimed artists to Chester for the first time, at a very affordable price: a high quality watermark in a city keen to experience the best, upcoming touring artists.

This ethos continues on consecutive Tuesdays in November….


On Tuesday, 4th. November 2014, Crackling Vinyl is proud to present R. Seiliog (Turnstile Records – home to Gruff Rhys / Cate Le Bon / Perfume Genius) and Spectralate (featuring legend of the Welsh underground,Alan Holmes). Tickets can be purchased here 

On Tuesday, 11th. November 2014, Crackling Vinyl is proud to present Tender Prey (Bird Records – a subsidiary of Twisted Nerve / Finders Keepers) and Heavy Petting Zoo (Too Pure Records). Tickets can be purchased here.

Tickets for both gigs are £4 in advance from the venue itself (01244 390090) / £4+ booking fee, or £4 on the door.

The ‘under the stairs’ record stall is provided by VOD Music from Mold, stocking a choice selection of new vinyl (including reissues).




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