• 15
  • 06
  • 2019
  • 07.30
  • pm

Deco presents MOLD With guests Tinfoils, Salt The Snail, Aughra & Plato

Please note this is an 18+ event

Deco Records will be bringing some of their favourite acts to The Castle in June

Including the fabulous….


‘MOLD are creating a post-chaotic mayhem on the fringes of Manchester’s burgeoning music scene with their unique style of stop-start, quick-slow, random-rock meets art-rock panic. There is nothing like them right now’ – Louder Than War

with support from:

A three-piece garage-punk band based in Manchester, whose frantic brand of ‘no frills’, DIY guitar-driven music rages against the private security companies who police the streets of Britain, the royalist media machine, the inescapable nature of a 20-odd year old’s overdraft – as well as having the odd song about thrush.

“They have an energy and a fizz that gets the mood in this tiny venue going with their indie punk offerings” – Wayne Carey, Louder Than War

“The labelling of ‘power trio’ is a cliché I am all too keen to avoid, yet unfortunately it’s the only way I can describe the zealous, bottomless peanut bag- type energy source these guys have somehow tapped into … If you want to know the sensation of having a worn-out carpet yanked from under you (without injuries to the spine), check them out.” – Angus Rolland, Silent Radio

Salt the Snail
Salt the Snail are a loud as you like 4-piece from Merseyside, making short, sharp songs and playing them at a frenetic pace.

Big lads, making big noise, having big fun

AUGHRA – (pronounced org-ra)


Aughra started out as a few demos on Soundcloud, made purely for the band’s own entertainment. 2018 saw various line ups of the band making the occasional appearance supporting the likes of Cassie, Rose & the Diamond Hand and Springfield Elementary. This year, they’re settling on a line up and have been shaping their live set, beginning to find a home on Manchester’s alternative music circuit.

Influenced by Cocteau Twins, Kyuss and Siouxsie and the Banshees- expect to hear soaring vocals over moody riffs.

• Plato •

Manchester 4-piece setting out to do something different. Their music is an attempt at combining Foals’ rhythm and Radiohead’s emotion, and with these and other influences in mind, the band have dedicated themselves to cultivating this unique sound.

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