It's with a heavy heart, but also a great sense of relief that I have to announce that there will be no Wrong Festival in 2019. If any of you have ever put on an event like this I'm sure you can empathise with the amount of work that goes into it, and the pressure involved. Planning begins the summer of the year before, and when putting on a festival takes over your life for the best part of your year it begins to take its toll. Wrong is mainly organised just by myself, and while its been a success, the amount of financial risk taken, and the effect on my mental health has been too large to ignore. I'd rather bow out with two years of amazing shows and fond memories than have the day become a millstone around my neck in the future, which is a definite danger, especially when trying to balance a full time job, running a record label and being in a touring band. Some incredible moments came from Wrong, including getting to work with some genuine musical heroes of mine, and I've made a great many friends because of it. I know the festival means a lot to many of you, but right now I simply can't keep up with what's needed to do it justice. It may return in the future, but if and when is uncertain for now. My love goes out to everyone who's helped the festival, the wonderful artists who've played, and most of all, the excellent people who made up the crowds. Keep making music, and look after yourselves and each other.

Michael x

COLLECT YOUR WRISTBANDS FROM THE BOX OFFICE IN THE INVISIBLE WIND FACTORY

News

THERE'S ONLY TWO SLEEPS TO GO

GET YOUR TICKETS SORTED EVERYBODY

https://wrongfestival.com/tickets

THERE'S ONLY TWO SLEEPS TO GO

GET YOUR TICKETS SORTED EVERYBODY

https://wrongfestival.com/tickets

SET TIMES HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED

https://skiddle.com/e/13053176

SET TIMES HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED

https://skiddle.com/e/13053176

WRONG 2018 ANNOUNCES FIRST WAVE OF ACTS

The Quietus > http://thequietus.com/articles/23588-wrong-festival-liverpool-2018-line-up-tickets-damo-suzuki-future-of-the-left

Skiddle | http://skiddle.com/e/13053176

SeeTickets | https://www.seetickets.com/tour/wrong-festival-2018 

Dice | http://dice.fm/event/wrong-festival-28th-apr-various-venues-tickets 

EVENT | https://www.facebook.com/events/1461839880597576/

We're extremely proud to present to you:

Future of the Left

Damo Suzuki (Can)

Mugstar

Hey Colossus

Kagoule

Sex Swing

The St Pierre Snake Invasion

Alpha Male Tea Party

Milo's Planes

Grey Hairs

And many more...

Sadly Hark will no longer be joining us, having decided to end their time together.

WRONG 2018 ANNOUNCES FIRST WAVE OF ACTS

The Quietus > http://thequietus.com/articles/23588-wrong-festival-liverpool-2018-line-up-tickets-damo-suzuki-future-of-the-left

Skiddle | http://skiddle.com/e/13053176

SeeTickets | https://www.seetickets.com/tour/wrong-festival-2018

Dice | http://dice.fm/event/wrong-festival-28th-apr-various-venues-tickets

EVENT | https://www.facebook.com/events/1461839880597576/

We're extremely proud to present to you:

Future of the Left

Damo Suzuki (Can)

Mugstar

Hey Colossus

Kagoule

Sex Swing

The St Pierre Snake Invasion

Alpha Male Tea Party

Milo's Planes

Grey Hairs

And many more...

Sadly Hark will no longer be joining us, having decided to end their time together.

Loner Noise presents: Freak Scene All Dayer.

TICKETS >>> £5 Early Bird / £7 Advance / £10 OTD

Skiddle >>> skiddle.com/e/13032751 SEE Tickets >>> http://www.seetickets.com/tour/loner-noise-presents-freak-scene-all-dayer Facebook Event >>> https://www.facebook.com/events/297296200737645/

LINEUP >>> Elevant / SPQR / Gravves / Kapil Seshasayee / Pocket Apocalypse / Black Pudding / Salt the Snail / Federãles / Bleach Sweets

The team behind WRONG Festival have put together a jam packed bill of filth, riffs and weirdness for your ears, once again returning to the Invisible Wind Factory, but this time in it's fantastic new basement venue. The lineup consists of every active band on the Loner Noise record label roster, plus some that are set to release music through the label at some point in the future.

SET TIMES >>>

Doors - 3: 30

10:30 - Elevant 9:45 - SPQR 9:00 - Gravves 8:15 - Kapil Seshasayee 7:30 - Pocket Apocalypse 6:45 - Black Pudding 6:00 - Salt the Snail 5:15 - Federãles 4:30 - Bleach Sweets

BAND BIOS >>>

Elevant 
Elevant are a visceral, exciting and smart rock band. Able to blend genres effortlessly whilst always retaining their own sound that can kick you in the gut or softly soothe (on occasion), they spin dark tales of modern day disillusionment. They combine crushing riffs with warped sonic textures and irresistible grooves, all whilst maintaining a knack for infectious hooks. Their new EP has seen widespread acclaim, as well as playlist spots on radio stations such as KEXP and KCRW in the US, as well as others worldwide.

SPQR 
Listening to SPQR is like being a passenger in a speeding car, at 2am, with a body in the boot and a driver you’re pretty sure put it there. They’re like a musical representation of the minds of Cronenberg and Lynch, bending a sinister slink to their dirty art rock. The rhythm section of Bex Denton and Jack Sanders provide the foundation for Peter Harrison's freaky guitar colourations and his intensely passionate, crystal clear voice to burrow into your mind. Recently featured in The Quietus, they're they're in a rude run of form in anticipation of their debut EP, The House that Doubt Built.

Gravves 
Matching Future of the Left noise and humour to Queens of the Stone Age hooks and seductive sleaze, Gravves are noise merchants bar none. With their debut EP Rattle garnering acclaim and bagging them a host of festival appearances this year, their live ferocity matches the record. They occupy that space where a strange duality of punk fury, alt-rock hugeness and truly infectious songs coexist. Blasts of vicious feedback live alongside a sinister swagger in fantastic songs.

Kapil Seshasayee 
Kapil Seshasayee creates avant pop bar none, a sound unlike any other. A one man combination of Scott Walker, Mark Hollis, Bjork, and Richard Dawson, creating something wholly unique. He combines Big Black style drum machine beats with thundering baritone guitar, stunning vocals and and a penchant for unorthodox instrumentation such as the aquaphone. Truly experimental yet still accessible. He was also recently featured in The Quietus talking about his forthcoming concept album about the Indian Caste System.

Pocket Apocalypse 
Pocket Apocalypse are epic and intimate all at once. Effortlessly blending unpretentious post rock grandeur with alternative rock and progressive flourishes, their songwriting is taut and rich with experience, the band playing off each other effortlessly. Frontman Nick Jones' passionate and absorbing vocals can range from a delicate whisper to soaring and melodious and to a righteous barbaric yawp. His and Chris Catterall's guitars intricately weave together, spiralling in tandem whilst in a rhythm section bar none, Phil Dunn (Drums) and Leandro Cuzzocrea (Bass), Lock into unison and lend their songs not only hypnotic grooves, but a craftsman's detail.

Black Pudding 
Black Pudding are a garage rock band with a twisted sense of humour. Born from the ashes of Leeds noiseniks Stilts, they filter their righteous anger through a seductive veneer, with a knowing wink and a punk sneer. With a touch of the Ty Segall/Thee Oh Sees thickness to their riffs, The Wytches' foreboding gloom and The Cramps' weirdness, they have everything a growing boy needs. Their forthcoming singles Sci-Fi Si and Tillagio have already been playlisted on KEXP.

Salt the Snail 
Salt the Snail are raucous, hardcore inflected punk rock, with their tongues placed firmly in their cheeks, and their mic stands probably in two pieces. With an unbelieveable start to their career, they've managed to play with Fucked Up and The Membranes in their first run of gigs, and are set to release a single with Loner Noise this year.

Federãles 
Federãles are what would happen if Fugazi didn't take themselves seriously, and had Iggy Pop. Combining Dinosaur Jr style slacker guitar with elements hardcore punk and a devilish sense of humour. On top of that, they possess an electrifying live show.

Bleach Sweets 
Born from frustration and boredom, Bleach Sweets are a savage noise rock two piece, their songs bristling with acidic humour and equally acidic feedback. They come on like the bastard child of the Melivns, The White Stripes and Frankie Boyle, but with all nuance removed.

TICKETS >>> £5 Early Bird / £7 Advance / £10 OTD

Skiddle >>> skiddle.com/e/13032751 SEE Tickets >>> http://www.seetickets.com/tour/loner-noise-presents-freak-scene-all-dayer

We love you and hope to see you there x

Loner Noise presents: Freak Scene All Dayer.

TICKETS >>> £5 Early Bird / £7 Advance / £10 OTD

Skiddle >>> skiddle.com/e/13032751 SEE Tickets >>> http://www.seetickets.com/tour/loner-noise-presents-freak-scene-all-dayer Facebook Event >>> https://www.facebook.com/events/297296200737645/

LINEUP >>> Elevant / SPQR / Gravves / Kapil Seshasayee / Pocket Apocalypse / Black Pudding / Salt the Snail / Federãles / Bleach Sweets

The team behind WRONG Festival have put together a jam packed bill of filth, riffs and weirdness for your ears, once again returning to the Invisible Wind Factory, but this time in it's fantastic new basement venue. The lineup consists of every active band on the Loner Noise record label roster, plus some that are set to release music through the label at some point in the future.

SET TIMES >>>

Doors - 3: 30

10:30 - Elevant 9:45 - SPQR 9:00 - Gravves 8:15 - Kapil Seshasayee 7:30 - Pocket Apocalypse 6:45 - Black Pudding 6:00 - Salt the Snail 5:15 - Federãles 4:30 - Bleach Sweets

BAND BIOS >>>

Elevant Elevant are a visceral, exciting and smart rock band. Able to blend genres effortlessly whilst always retaining their own sound that can kick you in the gut or softly soothe (on occasion), they spin dark tales of modern day disillusionment. They combine crushing riffs with warped sonic textures and irresistible grooves, all whilst maintaining a knack for infectious hooks. Their new EP has seen widespread acclaim, as well as playlist spots on radio stations such as KEXP and KCRW in the US, as well as others worldwide.

SPQR Listening to SPQR is like being a passenger in a speeding car, at 2am, with a body in the boot and a driver you’re pretty sure put it there. They’re like a musical representation of the minds of Cronenberg and Lynch, bending a sinister slink to their dirty art rock. The rhythm section of Bex Denton and Jack Sanders provide the foundation for Peter Harrison's freaky guitar colourations and his intensely passionate, crystal clear voice to burrow into your mind. Recently featured in The Quietus, they're they're in a rude run of form in anticipation of their debut EP, The House that Doubt Built.

Gravves Matching Future of the Left noise and humour to Queens of the Stone Age hooks and seductive sleaze, Gravves are noise merchants bar none. With their debut EP Rattle garnering acclaim and bagging them a host of festival appearances this year, their live ferocity matches the record. They occupy that space where a strange duality of punk fury, alt-rock hugeness and truly infectious songs coexist. Blasts of vicious feedback live alongside a sinister swagger in fantastic songs.

Kapil Seshasayee Kapil Seshasayee creates avant pop bar none, a sound unlike any other. A one man combination of Scott Walker, Mark Hollis, Bjork, and Richard Dawson, creating something wholly unique. He combines Big Black style drum machine beats with thundering baritone guitar, stunning vocals and and a penchant for unorthodox instrumentation such as the aquaphone. Truly experimental yet still accessible. He was also recently featured in The Quietus talking about his forthcoming concept album about the Indian Caste System.

Pocket Apocalypse Pocket Apocalypse are epic and intimate all at once. Effortlessly blending unpretentious post rock grandeur with alternative rock and progressive flourishes, their songwriting is taut and rich with experience, the band playing off each other effortlessly. Frontman Nick Jones' passionate and absorbing vocals can range from a delicate whisper to soaring and melodious and to a righteous barbaric yawp. His and Chris Catterall's guitars intricately weave together, spiralling in tandem whilst in a rhythm section bar none, Phil Dunn (Drums) and Leandro Cuzzocrea (Bass), Lock into unison and lend their songs not only hypnotic grooves, but a craftsman's detail.

Black Pudding Black Pudding are a garage rock band with a twisted sense of humour. Born from the ashes of Leeds noiseniks Stilts, they filter their righteous anger through a seductive veneer, with a knowing wink and a punk sneer. With a touch of the Ty Segall/Thee Oh Sees thickness to their riffs, The Wytches' foreboding gloom and The Cramps' weirdness, they have everything a growing boy needs. Their forthcoming singles Sci-Fi Si and Tillagio have already been playlisted on KEXP.

Salt the Snail Salt the Snail are raucous, hardcore inflected punk rock, with their tongues placed firmly in their cheeks, and their mic stands probably in two pieces. With an unbelieveable start to their career, they've managed to play with Fucked Up and The Membranes in their first run of gigs, and are set to release a single with Loner Noise this year.

Federãles Federãles are what would happen if Fugazi didn't take themselves seriously, and had Iggy Pop. Combining Dinosaur Jr style slacker guitar with elements hardcore punk and a devilish sense of humour. On top of that, they possess an electrifying live show.

Bleach Sweets Born from frustration and boredom, Bleach Sweets are a savage noise rock two piece, their songs bristling with acidic humour and equally acidic feedback. They come on like the bastard child of the Melivns, The White Stripes and Frankie Boyle, but with all nuance removed.

TICKETS >>> £5 Early Bird / £7 Advance / £10 OTD

Skiddle >>> skiddle.com/e/13032751 SEE Tickets >>> http://www.seetickets.com/tour/loner-noise-presents-freak-scene-all-dayer

We love you and hope to see you there x

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