Coda Maine has just revealed the stage time for this Saturday’s Skeleton Coast Festival set to take place in Hoylake Parade.
Skeleton Coast Stage:
- 11pm to 11:50pm – The Coral DJ Set
- 10:15pm to 11pm – By The Sea
- 9pm to 9:45pm – The Wytches
- 8pm to 8:30pm – Edgar Summertyme
- 7pm to 7:30pm – Marvin Powell
- 6pm to 6:25pm – Psycho Comedy
- 5pm to 5:25pm – She Drew The Gun (Acoustic)
- 4pm to 4:25pm – Buffalo Riot
- 3pm to 3:25pm – The Wicked Whispers
- 2pm to 2:25pm – Bathymetry
Coda Presents Stage
- 8:30pm to 9pm – MiNNIETONKA
- 7:30pm to 7:55pm – Mysterines
- 6:30pm to 6:55pm – RongoRongo
- 5:30pm to 5:55pm – Roy Wynne
- 4:30pm to 4:55pm – Tom Low
- 3:30pm to 3:55pm – Jo Mary
- 2:30pm to 3:55pm – The Floormen
- 1:30pm to 1:55pm – Cal Ruddy
The electronic singer-songwriter MiNNIETONKA is #5 at our Five Acts You Can’t Miss: Skeleton Coast Edition. She’s fast rising, from her teaming with Bill Ryder-Jones for her second single back in May to her new single on War Room Records featured in the upcoming film The Violators.
We’re all interested in her live performance, which simply makes her one to watch. MiNNIETONKA is on the Coda Presents Stage at 8:30pm on Saturday.
4. Psycho Comedy
The gritty and dreamy Psycho Comedy are #4, after strong live performances over the last few months especially at the likes of FestEVOL and the Strange Collective EP Launch Party, Psycho Comedy are an act that may be one to watch in-general.
Signed to Deltasonic, the act has provided a live-performance unlike most in the city, even having Bido Lito! compare them to Brian Jonestown Massacre on multiple occasions.
Psycho Comedy play the main stage at 6pm on Saturday.
3. Edgar Summertyme
Liverpool‘s cult legend Edgar Jones will play the festival after being everywhere at LIMF last month, Edgar will once again reprise his Summertyme name for the day to play his brand of acoustic sounds.
Edgar has just half-an-hour to please the crowd, which won’t be hard. It seems to be his last date as Summertyme before he plays with The Stairs at Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia this September.
Edgar Summertyme plays the main stage at 8pm on Saturday.
2. The Floormen
With their brash psychedelic sounds, The Floormen are popping onto everybody’s radar recently. After ending the Strange Collective–IWF gig with a great set, the act looks to make a mark in 2016, but can they do it on the ever growing scene.
The Floormen play the Coda Presents Stage at 2:30pm on Saturday.
1. The Wytches
Co-headliners The Wytches are number one act you must see, the three-piece psych rock band from Brighton have been nothing but impressive over their short career. The band crosses over the line between psych, punk rock and garage, keeping their music varied.
Their impressive studio worked, helped with their partnership with local everyman Bill Ryder-Jones, has been helped with their supposed fantastic live sets. The band will be looking to make a splash at the debuting Skeleton Coast Festival on Saturday before they’re winding down dates of the year, including their support for King Gizard & The Lizard Wizard for Strange Days at the O2 Ritz in September.
The Wytches play the main stage at 9pm on Saturday.