Welcome to the fourth instalment of Endless Hum this time held at the beloved Triangle bottle shop in Shipley, Bradford. We’re very proud to present…

Thursday October 20th

Poster by Matt Reid

Leroy Se Meurt (France)

Leroy Se Meurt are a Parisian EBM (Electronic Body Music) duo regarded as one of the best hard electronic acts in Europe right now. They’ve performed at the likes of Klubb Kalabalik (Sweden) and Ombra Festival (Spain), both synonymous with cutting edge experimental music and they boast sold-out releases on the likes of Enfant Terrible and Lux Rec labels. Mathieu Laurent is the pilot of two Elektron machines, driving mechanical synth-punk with a retro 80’s flair, while Volkan Ergen’ energetic bilingual rants are akin to a frontman from a hardcore band.
Their musical influences are broad, crossing over 80’s production, techno and industrial punk all the while still remaining fresh. Seeing them in such a small venue should not be missed.

FFO: Skinny Puppy, Suicide, The Screamers & Depeche Mode.

Bandcamp | Facebook

PC World (London)

Touring with LSM, the South London duo, PC World, aren’t afraid to be brash and unsatisfied. Following their 2019 self-titled EP, the band joined the Berlin-based She Lost Kontrol label roster for their follow up release titled Order in 2021. Venomous, virile vocals overlay pure, unadulterated EBM basslines with all the drama of punk but the mechanical precision of industrial techno. Taking the simplistic brilliance of oddball electronic darkness akin to the 80s while updating the classic body music sound for present day. They’ve played for the likes of Club Mutante and Static Shock as well as alongside Container, Low Life & Kaputt.

FFO: High-Functioning Flesh, Multiple Man, Nation Unrest & Choke Chain.

Instagram | Bandcamp

Game Program (Leeds)

Also renowned for being the frontman and guitarist of everybody’s favourite Devo-worship band Cowtown and drumming in The Holodrum, its fair to say Jonathan Nash is a man of many talents. Game Program is yet another ongoing project to add to his ever growing catalogue of analogue explorations into an ambient world of 8-bit.

FFO: Nintendo, Boards of Canada, Aphex Twin & Rustie.


Endless Hum DJ’s

Will be providing ear worms from the likes of: 13th Floor Elevators, Abul Mogard, Aja, Amyl & The Sniffers, Antwon, Aphex Twin, Autechre, Bad Breeding, Beige Banquet, Belgrado, Blanck Mass, Blawan, Breeders, Burial, Chain Cult, Coneheads, Constant Mongrel, Container, Crack Cloud, Crass, Dalek, Damaged Bug, Death Grips, Deerhoof, Devo, ESG, Es, Fall, Flux of Pink Indians, Four Tet, Giant Swan, Gilla Band, Gnod, Goat, Haram, Health, Hey Colossus, Housewives, Hot Snakes, Jay Reatard, Jesus Lizard, Jeff Parker, JK Flesh, Lightning Bolt, Liturgy, NAH, Neu!, Marbled Eye, Mekons, MF Doom, Molchat Doma, Moor Mother, Pissed Jeans, Pivot, Pixies, Powerplant, Pye Corner Audio, Psychic Graveyard, Rapture, Rudimentary Peni, Screamers, Shellac, Shipping News, Sievehead, Six Finger Satellites, Space Afrika, Special Interest, Spray Paint, Swans, Suicide, Thee Oh Sees, Total Control, Uranium Club, Velvet Underground, Viagra Boys, Veik, Warthog, Wipers, Wire, Wolves of Greece!, Zomby and many, many more…


A selection of craft beer, lagers and ciders curated by local heroes Triangle, plus wine and soft drinks will also be available at the bar.

Tickets: £10.00 Adv.

(inc. booking fee) and limited to only x50 via the following link:

If you do not have a Paypal account, then please contact us to make alternative arrangements. Please also note that tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled.

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Stuff worth knowing:

Doors open from 6:30pm and performances finish at 10:00pm for those catching the last train. DJ’s will continue until closing at 11:30pm. Shipley train station is located only a 10 minute walk away.

The Triangle is fully accessible to all, however the upstairs venue requires access via stairs only. If funds are tight, get in touch as we would hate anyone to miss out. Everyone is welcome and any forms of discrimination will not be tolerated. This is an 18+ gig, however under 18’s may attend under the supervision of a parental guardian. No alcohol will be served to anyone under the legal drinking age.