The Honeyslides play the music of Neil Young
With a pool of material spanning nearly 45 years and countless musical styles to choose from, the Honeyslides cover everything from his most intimate acoustic moments such as Old Man, Needle and the Damage Done and Heart of Gold, to the more upbeat and country tracks such as Come's a Time and Are You ready For the Country climaxing to his face-melting, mind bending guitar wig outs of Down By The River, Southern Man and Rockin In The Free World!!
Supported by the Killer B's
Americana is a key concern of the Killer B's and they dive into electric blues when they see fit; most obviously on the joyful - though it's a dark kind of joyful - 'Ball That Jack'.
But there is nothing clunking about this taut music. Chris Thompson's guitar supplies acceleration and troubled textures to songs that build up a relentless discomfort and in the growling 'Head Hive and the Honey' this tendency reaches a sinister zenith.
Is it about sex? Is it about cars? With the Killer B's you're not entirely sure, although occasionally it will be about taking drugs with Jesus.
Bar from 4:30pm, Doors 8:00pm - Entry £8 (tickets available Union Music) Club members free