K-PIN // NOUR // Phelix // Filthy Obsession // Hazard the MC

  • Date: 29/05/2019
  • Time:20:00
  • Location: The New Adelphi Club
  • Venue: K-PIN // NOUR // Phelix // Filthy Obsession // Hazard the MC
  •  £4 OTD

Antiviral presents…

K-PIN // NOUR // Phelix // Filthy Obsession // Hazard the MC

The New Adelphi Club,
89 De Grey Street, Hull

Wednesday, May 29th, 2019
DOORS: 8pm


Hailing from Orlando, USA, the enigmatic K-PIN has been producing various kinds of electronic music from a young age, as well as more recently playing in the alternative rock band NOUR. Now based in England, K-PIN is venturing into rap, producing his own trap beats with an industrial spin. His most recent release “ANGLO AMERICAN” calls out the phoney accents adopted by UK trap rappers, reminding them that the real deal is right on their doorstep.



NOUR is an alternative rock / punk band from Hull. Their eclectic live set encapsulates psych, shoegaze, hardcore punk, doom, and indie, alongside loud / quiet dynamics more reminiscent of ’90s rock. The band aims to evoke the spirit of their idols Hüsker Dü and Nirvana, without being merely another stale copycat. Contemporary British acts, such as Forever Cult and Basement, inspire not only a part of NOUR’s sound, but also their DIY ethic.



Classic hip-hop vibes resonate from Phelix’s self-produced rap debut “Phinding Pheet”, which launched in late 2018. Most recently, Phelix dropped the music video for “Where Are You From?”, a tune highlighting the fact that although he is British, people questioning his ethnicity solely due to his skin colour can be a source of frustration. Phelix is a beacon of hope for fans of conscious rap with a real message.


The Filthy Obsession

A dynamic metal 4-piece from Hull. The Filthy Obsession masterfully blend thrash with elements of doom, stoner-metal, and many more of metal’s sub-genres. Reminiscent of many classic NWOBHM bands, but with a modern energy infused.


Hazard The MC

Hazard is really making waves amongst the blossoming Hull hip-hop scene. Having played pretty much every venue hosting the genre, Hazard has impressed audiences, promoters, and various other MCs, leading to an array of collaborations with some of the city’s best-known rap artists.