Poster for the gig at Runcorn Castle

Howl at the Moon, vol. 18

Howl at the Moon, vol. 18

Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan
Gordon Chapman-Fox was born in the 1970s and spent his childhood re-enacting Star Wars to the sounds of Jean-Michel Jarre against the backdrop of the last gasp of the space race. Gordon has been making electronic music since 2003 under various names and labels. Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan is his latest project.

Warrington-Runcorn New Town Development Plan has seen three albums released to critical and popular acclaim under the much-respected Castles In Space imprint. Live performances have included The End of the Road festival in 2021.

HOWL AT THE MOON: Ran a series of live events from 2008 until 2017, including Gallon Drunk, Bob Log III, Thomas Truax, Jeffery Lewis and many more. Retiring from live promotion, HOWL has decided to stage a live event for the first time in 6 years. 

Sound will be via a handbuilt sound system of ancient valve amps powering vintage speakers and 2k modern bass sub.

Support comes from local electronic DJs and Producers Ross Alexander and Dogstare

The performance space is limited to an audience of 65 , in the old 18th Century Courthouse room, at Runcorn Castle. The venue overlooks Castlefields estate, inspiration, and the now demolished Southgate estate for the trilogy of albums released by WRNTDP.

8pm doors

Dogstare at 8:30
Ross alexander at 9:15
WRNTDP at 10pm