July 14, 2018 – July 15, 2018
COURTESY GROUP – Think Birthday Party meets Captain Beefheart and you won’t be far off. In town to launch their long awaited follow up to the acclaimed Tradesman’s Entrance album their second LP is entitled Second City Liquor and contains all the usual sonic bluster and acerbic wit you’ve come to expect.
“Here’s Hutchins, the howling faggot and pea-fuelled visionary, vindicated at last, and at his finest where precipitous and sluggardly guitars fabricate a kind of psychedelic drizzle, a dying sun glimpsed through an industrial smog.” Stewart Lee/ THE SUNDAY TIMES****
“Blue-collar Brummie Beefheart, mighty mangled tunes and riffage, great lyrics and attitude, a fine name: what more do you want from a group ?!” John Cooper Clarke.
THE DRIFT – Garage punk ensemble with a hint of Pixie-esque grit back on home turf to push their new CD of fiercely digested garage punk nuggets. Ex Deptford Beach Babes & Probing Cranks.
LOFE – Wholegrain and far from seeded and rising fast in the south yeast. Avant beats, elastic band bass and a lavish dollop of Quobble & speak. Ex Brain Of Morbius & One True Dog well and truly off the leash
DJ Hemming Tong until 2am punk/post-punk/charity shop finds
FREE before 9pm £5 after
LOUD WOMEN presents a night of awesome music, with performances from:
Tickets £6 in advance, £8 on the door.
LOUD WOMEN is a DIY collective that champions women in music by hosting live events that are fun, friendly, and frickin awesome.
All profits go to the artists, and any additional funds raised go to charities that help women.
Join the group LOUD WOMEN for news of more women-led events
June 15, 2018 – June 16, 2018
Dog of Man bring the sound of the filth stricken basement, fizzing electric accordion and angular guitar together in a glorious cacophony of bitcrushed, ambient and melodic acid-punk that will leave your jaw hanging beside your pasty white ankles. https://dogofman.bandcamp.com/
Ham Legion play a collision of beaming up beat power pop, with grinding grungy outbursts, dramatic changes of mood, tonnes of vocals, sudden passages of twistingly epic prog then moments of restrained delivery and somber reflection. https://ham-legion.bandcamp.com
Crystal Piss: Local band playing garage punk. Piss to the wall, fuck em all! https://crystalpiss.bandcamp.com/releases
Hemming Tong: Bromley contingent reject plays garage punk/punk rock/post punk/new wave on vinyl!
Free before 9pm, £3 after
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May 21, 2018
Justommy Entertainment presents Mau Mau Monday: raw power live punk & rock featuring:
WHO KILLED NANCY JOHNSON? – Incendiary punk band from Reading. “It’s really worth getting to see these guys” – Punkarolla. “Bloody good… shades of Killing Joke” – RG New Music.
CRAZY MARY – Psychedelia, tribal music and Velvet Underground inspired no wave from New York. Carries the flame for a time when downtown Manhattan was at its post-punk apex – gritty, smart, artful, edgy and sexy.
BRADY BUNCH – A large blended family with six children getting up to hilarious escapades. Or, punk/rock/raw power. Come along to find out which.
BILLORDO – Anti-folk lo-fi troubadour from Buenos Aires. 34 tours, 18 videos, 12 records, 2 hands, 1 heart.
The Mau Mau Bar is an old-school multicultural melting pot, Bohemian to its core – a mellow, cosy, home away from home for musicians and artists. Two mins away from Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park tube station, 10-15 mins walk from Notting Hill Gate tube station. Address: 265 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London W11 1LR.
April 29, 2018
Barbecue, punk, ska, beer. What a day. Music from:
5.00 Three Months to Kill
5.35 Who Killed Nancy Johnson?
6.10 Shark Party
6.45 Lead Shot Hazard
8.30 Call Me Malcolm
9.05 The Pisdicables
April 12, 2018
Club Geoff presents a new night of experimental alternative sounds with The Infinite Three (hypnotic psychedelic post-punk cosmic idiocy from ex-members of Cindytalk and GOD), Nasty Little Lonely (industrial post punk noisy stuff from Bristol) and Electric Elizabeth (investigative sounds from metal buckets, field recordings and beyond).
April 7, 2018
Glam-punk rockers Giuda return to launch their new single on Rise Above ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Music’ with support from Leeds new-wavey pop-punkers Cyanide Pills and Bristol/Bath new-wavers (Computers/Turbowolf members) White Trash
Our annual festival of contrasts and curveballs returns for it’s second year and once again, we have got a badass lineup for all of you to marvel over. Highlights from last year can be found here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLJi3Eo6S8c
We can’t wait to do this again!
The Sweet Release of Death
Post-punk trio from Rotterdam. With a heavy and enjoyable dose of nihilism, doom and gloom
Death and the Penguin
London art-rockers. Sounds like Oscar Wilde might’ve if he was a band
Quitter (FKA Quitter)
Latest incarnation of Scottish lo-fi lounge lizard. He may or may not be joined by some pals as well.
Avant-folk sonic art from Brighton. She might (or might not) be performing work from her new project Taut
Birmingham hardcore lot bringing some much needed shambolic noise
Improvised grindcore from Apocalypse Jazz Unit mainman. For fans of getting drunk before midday
Jazz group based in London via Italy, Germany and Greece. A collaboration between Sylvia Schmidt (vocals), Fabrizio Brusca (gtr), Maria Chiara Argirò (keys) and Thodoris Ziarkas (bass)
Noise project from former Throats/Wren/Pack of Wolves Arkestra vocalist
Alt folk singer from Stirling. For fans of all of those jangly C86 bands.
Improv set between bassist Si Paton and percussionist Simon Gajewski. We don’t really know what we called the band this
They hold an evil monopoly on the free improv circuit
£13 adv, £15 otd, £10 students/super broke
March 7, 2018 – March 9, 2018
Lights Down Productions present – HEAR ME HOWL, a one woman, rowdy as hell piece of gig-theatre like no other.
Jess is turning 30 and she’s just discovered punk. Some might say punk is dead, others would say she should really stick to the day job, but the resounding concern is: shouldn’t she be concentrating on settling down by now?
The play explores the characters journey via her discovery of punk music (& punk philosophy) and her story is told from behind and with the help of a drum kit and defiant, with drumsticks in hands, Jess lurches into an unknown future, one where she throws convention to the wind, and questions how much autonomy those with a womb really do have, here in the western world.
It promises to be a very punk, DIY performance, half gig/half spoken word, full rage! Through learning about punk Jess finds a way to express her anger at what society expects from her and she rages against the path her life is on.
We are at Landor Space, Clapham, South London 7th, 8th and 9th March at 7:30pm and 9th March at 2:30pm.
Tickets £10 full price, £8 concessions