In their ongoing mission to inspire the next generation of females in music, Noisy Daughters, Butterfly Effect Records and Rianne Thompson (of BBC Introducing/Amazing Radio) have joined forces to curate an exclusive vinyl record.

The compilation record showcases some of the most exciting females making music in the North East right now. And to celebrate its launch, Noisy Daughters are hosting a night of live music from artists featured on the album – with performances from Martha Hill, Komparrison, Kay Greyson and Eve Conway.

Noisy Daughters is a project run by Tracks, the Darlington-based new music collective that aims to develop activities and services for the benefit of local musicians, music organisations and audiences living, working and visiting the area.

The organisers would like to thank Darlington for Culture and Butterfly Effect for supporting the vinyl, and Creative Darlington, Voodoo Cafe and Saints Row Brewing Co for supporting this launch event. Money raised from this event will go towards funding further Noisy Daughters projects.

Tickets are £5 or £15 including a copy of the album to collect at the event – why not get it signed by the artists on the night? Plus, there’s a free bottle of ‘Noisy Daughters’ beer for the first 50 people to arrive, provided exclusively for the event by Saints Row Brewing Co.

Date and times: Friday 17 May, doors 7.30pm
Venue: Voodoo Café, 84 Skinnergate, Darlington DL3 7LX
Cost: £5 or £15 including copy of the record. Ages 18+
Contact: Tickets available via Tracks Darlington website