image for Music item typeLong Division presents: YOI, Dylan Cartlidge at The Red Shed

Music, Fri 1 Jun 2018




Long Division


Wakefield Labour Club,
18 Vicarage Street,

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Long Division & For The Love Of The Game present a Pay What You Can show in aid of MAP Charity and to celebrate the opening night of Long Division 2018.

YOI (y-oi as in saveloy) are an indie rock band from Wakefield/Leeds, West Yorkshire, consisting of singer-guitarist Chris Charlton, guitarist Dean Freeman, bassist Chris Bonner, and drummer David Allen.

Formed in June 2017 their energetic, high velocity style and do-it-yourself ethics are influenced by the punk rock scene in Wakefield and Leeds. The band self-released their first recordings online via Spotify and Soundcloud in the winter of 2017, The Ghost of Bobby McGee and Walls, the latter also featuring on Leeds DIY label Come Play With Me compilation Come Play, also featuring The Wedding Present, Esper Scout, Magic Mountain + more. The band are currently busy in the studio with another four tracks scheduled for release by Summer 2018.

22-year-old Dylan Cartilidge is a multi-talented singer, rapper and instrumentalist independently writing music that sounds more like it was created on the east side of Atlanta rather than in a small town near Middlesbrough.

South Wales’ indie-rock vets Bedford Falls have been churning out buzzsaw pop gems for over a decade. Crashing waves of fuzzy guitar driven noise propelled by massive pop hooks and tempered by world weary melancholy – this is the Welsh take on that Dinosaur Jr/Husker Du/Superchunk sound, with a healthy nod to Big Star and Teenage Fanclub.

Event details

Dates Times
Fri 1 Jun 2018 19:30 to 22:30



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