The Dorothy Pax


Snakerattlers Live! Support from The Sleazoids

  • Date: 2019-11-29
  • Time: 20:00
  • Location: The Dorothy Pax
  • Venue: Snakerattlers Live! Support from The Sleazoids

After a storming set at the Dorothy Pax in July, we’re very pleased to announce Snakerattlers are playing at the Pax again on 29th November! Support from Sheffield garage-punk favourites, The Sleazoids.

8-11pm Free Entry!


Snakerattlers is a Dirty Water Records band, comprising of married couple Dan and Naomi. It’s a hellbound voyage of trash rock and roll, punk potency and fragments of the oldest, dustiest rockabilly. Those genres combine to make the band’s own frenzied and furious take on music, known as Rattlerock. The sound of Snakerattlers is acerbic, ruthless, erratic and uncompromising. The band hails from the deepest, darkest depths of ghost-ridden York, in the heart of North Yorkshire, England.

Since it’s inception in Autumn 2016, Snakerattlers have carved themselves a reputation for being an intimidating and highly engrossing live act. Their sound will refresh your beliefs on what a two-piece band can produce, as the sound of Snakerattlers is gargantuan. It has to be experienced in the flesh in order to be completely believed. The band has a relentless tour ethic, and can usually be found in it’s natural habitat, devastating a venue almost every weekend of the year.

“Immediate, scary and energising” – Louder Than War

“One of the UK’s most dynamic acts” – The 13th Floor

“The punk and rock scenes should keep a close eye on Snakerattlers” – Spill Magazine

///The Sleazoids///

The Sleazoids are a blistering garage punk 3-piece band from Sheffield, and are a bit like if The Cramps and The Fall merged with Bikini Kill! The band features Missy Tassles on trash guitar and vocals, Paul Dorrington on hi-tension bass and vocals with Mitch Genner beating primitive rhythms.

Once described as: “Surf / Punk / Grunge / Garage b*stards…Imagine the Cramps turning up to your beach holiday in Skegvegas, stealing your ice-cream and flashing yer Nan.”

“a whole heap o’ terror-ific rockin’ sounds from the 50s, 60s and 70s…provocatively cool… are performed with all-out, often giddy abandon… all demonstrating some properly fine punk potential, as well as showing off a wicked sense of fun.” – SHINDIG MAGAZINE

See ya there folks!

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