KEIGHLEY music studio Jam on Top has announced its first roster of regular gigs.

The top-floor recording and rehearsal facility is staging live shows in its newly-created venue Studio 5 Live.

The venue at Chesham Street, off Dalton Lane, was tested out recently with a gig by French singer-songwriter Felix Rabin on Easter Monday.

Next, on Saturday, May 11, will be local bands Lost Twenties and Box Jellys.

Lost Twenties are a three-piece band from Keighley, playing retro and indie and consisting of guitarist/singer Jay Turner, bassist Syllene “Sly” McIntosh, and drummer Stephen Tomlinson.

The band, who play retro and indie music, recently released their debut album called Iconic Seducer, produced by local record label One Step Outside Records.

Box Jellys are a four-piece from Keighley made up of Oliver Farnell, Bryn Price, Dani Payne and Luke Parker, playing alternative and punk music.

Alan Raw from BBC Introducing called the Box Jellys a “terrific, chaotic banger”.

Indigo Crow, an indie and alternative three-piece from Keighley made up of Jay Turner, Chris Jackson and Mickey Waddington, will play on Friday, May 31.

They share the bill with The Light Show, a fast-paced “riff indie” band.

Jam on Top boss Tracey Leach said: “As well as all the fantastic local musicians and bands that gig in Studio 5 Live, we’ve hooked up with local promoter Steve Waite whose niche is blues/rock.

“Under the name BAC 2 Live Rocks, Steve is putting on John Verity in June and Warner E Hodges in September. He’s the one that brought Felix Rabin to Keighley.”

Both of the May gigs will start at 8pm, with doors opening at 7.30pm.

Visit, or call 01535 600133 to book tickets, which cost £4 in advance and £6 on the door.