Enigmatic rock and roll duo play Adelphi
The Manchester band are heading to the Adelphi this month.
Lead singer Dean Fairhurst and guitarist Louis Menguy began formulating their own band when they left school in 2006.
After being informed by the careers officer that the only place they were heading for was either a building site or the dole queue, they took it upon themselves to form what would be the enigmatic rock and roll band Slydigs.
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The group is influenced by the Rolling Stones and the Clash and frontman Dean fuses classic rock structures with tailor-made rock and roll poetry.
Last year they signed to Flicknife Records and released their debut album.
Having already supported the likes of the iconic New York Dolls, The Fall, Alabama 3, Pete Doherty, Idlewild and The Rifles, Slydigs are no strangers to the live scene and see the stage as a home from home.
They will be supported on the night by Hull band Audio Subscene who have been performing in Manchester and across the country.
Where & when: The Adelphi, Sunday, March 31. Tickets cost £4 on the door.