Following the first two highly successful, sold out nights of #360RAW, and the announcement a few weeks ago of the third event on 25 May, which also looks likely to sell out, RICHARD WATSON, promoter of the 360 Club at Leeds Lending Room, and ALAN RAW, presenter of BBC Introducing West Yorkshire and BBC Introducing Humberside, are proud to announce the fourth of these special events.

Taking place on FRIDAY 13 JULY – and subtitled #360RAW4 – the event will feature a further three of the region’s finest and most exciting emerging acts: HANDS OFF GRETEL from South Yorkshire; LATE NIGHT LEGACY from Leeds; and PURPLE THREAD also from Leeds.

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As with the previous #360RAW events, the night will see Alan Raw DJ before and between the live sets, playing new music of all styles from local artists. Anyone can turn up and meet the face behind BBC Introducing and are encouraged to bring demos which he may well play on the night, or pass onto the producers for consideration on his shows.

The ethos of #360RAW is purely about supporting emerging acts, a passion that both Richard and Alan share and one that sees them freely offer musicians their time and help and advice without any hidden agenda, as well as attending free industry events, often arranged by the 360 Club themselves.


Formed three years ago in South Yorkshire, and inspired by the likes of Bikini Kill, Hole and Skating Polly, who they supported on their first UK tour, HANDS OFF GRETEL played over 60 shows last year, including appearances at festivals such as Download, Isle of Wight, Rebellion and Camden Rocks. 2018 has already seen them play Live at Leeds and Liverpool Sound City with numerous further festivals to follow, and will see the release of their second album – which they recently recorded at Monnow Valley Studio in Wales – the follow up to their acclaimed debut Burn the Beauty Queen.


Often hurtling their bodies across the stage at breakneck speeds, LATE NIGHT LEGACY unleashes a sound that feels like euphoria with a side of madness. Unless you maintain a modicum of composure, you’ll find yourself tearing off your clothes and dancing with strangers while the hairs on your neck stand tall. Having shared stages with Maximo Park, The Ordinary Boys, The Fratellis, The Sherlocks and Reef, the band have confirmed an appearance at this year’s Kendal Calling Festival with many more to be announced soon.


With UK and international radio play under their belt and their exhilarating live performances prone to the odd mid-song poetry break, PURPLE THREAD – championed by Gus Unger-Hamilton from alt-J no less – are rapidly forging a name for themselves as a hugely captivating live band. Their latest single, Glitter, is a snappy, grunge-tinged singalong, providing a perfect snapshot of their vision to incorporate the absurdities of life into memorable hooks, adrenaline-spiked guitars and furious grooves.

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