Oporto presents

Oporto presents

@ Holy Trinity Church

Gaslight Club


Gaslight Club -
Every Monday

Dogging Club

Dogging Club

5-10pm Every Day


Andrew Combs
Matt McCloskey & Dead Flowers
£10 adv.

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Loose Music's Andrew Combs (Caitlin Rose's guitarist) joins us after hitting up End of the Road Festival. 

Andrew Combs is a songwriter, guitarist, and singer from Texas who lives in Nashville. Originally from Dallas, Combs is inspired by the great tradition of Texas song writing exemplified by Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Mickey Newbury.

He released his debut album, Worried Man, in October 2012 and has toured with Jason Isbell, Shovels & Rope, Caitlin Rose, Houndmouth and Robert Ellis. His band’s live show was once described as a cross between Merle Haggard’s stripped-down country rock and the tightly wound garage punk of Detroit’s MC5. They call it “country soul swag,” and you should too.

“Just when you think you’ve heard the best of the up-and-coming Americana stars, along comes one whose music almost takes your breath away.” — Nancy Dunham, No Depression

Support from Matt McCloskey, yet another Texas talent & Hee Haw's very own Dead Flowers.

£6 adv.

8pm - 11pm
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The Guardian – ‘intimate lo-fi folk with gorgeous understated melodies and harmonies... A must see live act'
For Folk’s Sake – ‘Pulsing, rhythmic sounds which can quickly get under the skin of the listener’
Gold Flake Paint – ‘Transfixing vocal twists and turns’
AAA Music – ‘The couple’s different backgrounds, Britpop her, American folk and Southern gospel him, give life to a unique style that blends all the influences, giving back a new and genuine sound’



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Knuckle make Filthy Garage Blues music.

With a combined age of 58 (it keeps getting bigger), we are younger than a lot of bands because they have more members (we have 2).

We met at a Halloween gig where Ben was wearing a Potato sack on his head and tights on his legs. Jonny was dressed as a human.

We then got drunk and went to a reggae night and came up with the name Knuckle (that's what we're called).

After that we jammed and wrote 12 songs in 4 hours. We practiced a couple of times then started gigging.

Now here we are, releasing a record (a proper one, on vinyl)