London In Stereo & We Got Tickets Present: GUESS
Thu 27 Apr
A new night from London in Stereo and We Got Tickets. Here’s what you need to know:
– Unannounced, totally killer line-up. Think bands that have massive sell out shows elsewhere.
– £5 ticket
– Screen printed tote bag full of excellent treats.
– Cheap beer
– A massive party.
We wanted to create a super fun event for everyone, no matter who the bands are come down for the party, tote bag and to celebrate the release of our May issue ♥
It Is Happening Again: A Twin Peaks Party
Sat 8 Apr
Roll up! Roll up! An eerie journey into the world of David Lynch’s masterpiece TWIN PEAKS, a month before the show returns to our screens..
Expect an evening of sex, smoke and strobe, from the finger-clicking jazz ambience of cult TV show Twin Peaks
Limited £10 tickets available here!
Pick your favourite character and come dressed to impress. There will be a prize for the best.
We have a fantastic line-up on carefully curated performers, including cabaret and burlesque performances hosted by The Double R Club‘s Benjamin Louche (“Reliably Sinister” -Time Out) and special guests to be announced!
Live music from..
THE LYNCH MOB
A black-suited brigade who’ll be forming especially for this event and welcoming special guest vocalists for a set inspired by Twin Peaks. Expect eerie instrumentals, twisted Rock n Roll and slow sinister jazz…and plenty of saxaphone
THE BRIDPORT DAGGER
Jagged Rock & Roll, Gothic country, buzz-saw surf guitar and diseased romantic ballads…
“What happens when you write a song after drinking a bottle of Sailor Jerry, stagger into an all night tattoo parlor and leave with a topless girl in a martini glass etched over your heart” – N.M.E
“Swinging beats tinged with rockabilly riffs and moody Orbison-esque vocals” – I.D
“Harnessing the menacing narrative prowess of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, the angular guitars and Melancholic ghostliness of early Echo & The Bunnymen.” – Drowned in Sound
THE BILLY SHINBONE SHOW
Since starting this project in the summer of 2013, Billy has toured Germany four times, played at Glastonbury Festival in 2014 & 2015 & opened for interesting & idiosyncratic acts such as Piney Gir, James Apollo, Flipron & Le Skeleton Band.
THE BOOKHOUSE BOYS
Paul and Will from THE BOOKHOUSE BOYS
LAURA & THE LOG
Toby & Fin (ex-Hatcham Social) are pulling together a special set for the evening
and Very Special Guests to be announced..
DJ Fritz & DJ Diddy Wah (Heavy Sugar) will be spinning a late night, high octane mix of Rock n Roll, Trashy Surf, Tittyshakers, Stompin Rockabilly, Jumpin Rhythm & Blues and 60’s Beats till 3am to get the room jumping..
Plus a few surprises!!
There are only a limited number of tickets available so to avoid disappointment please pick one up early.
Full price tickets £10 here: https://www.
SATURDAY 8 APRIL
19.45 – 03:00
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Muertos, Marine, Bat & Ball, National Service
Fri 7 Apr
Paper Dress Presents an evening of wonderful live music from our unique shop window stage in Hackney Central. On Friday 7 April we welcome…
Muertos take their influences from the darker end of the freakbeat and garage psych genres, delivering pulsating rhythms, swathing guitar drones and haunting harmonies.
“Muertos sound like they’d burst into flames if they set foot in a church” (The Zine)
Marine grew in the gaps between the concrete of the city, with four very different stories they hoped to combine uniquely into just one, where all they had listened to overlapped. Intuitive beats that make you want to move, bass hypnosis in the undercurrent playfully countering melody, and with a deep love of contrast, two vocals which braid together over hooky guitar lines into a complex plait of old and new, understated and operatic, light and dark.
“Submerging ethereal vocals and gentle guitars in an ocean of space.” NME
“A soulful, powerful blend of understated but intricate guitar parts and dexterously interwoven vocals, which will tickle the fancies of Daughter and Warpaint fans.” (Drunken Werewolf)
“Its instantly apparent how beautiful a collaboration Marine are; dreamy, rich, robust vocals… It’s the musical equivalent of a creamy post-coital blush.” (Line of Best fit)
BAT & BALL
National Service are a four piece from London who make tense, tersely modern alt.rock which nods at the buoyancy of Wild Beasts and Radiohead and bursts into manic sonic life at the most unexpected moments.
We’re running this event on a ‘Pay What You Want’ / Donations basis on the door – If you want to read more about why we’re doing that then have a quick read here: http://
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Keep live music alive!
Tigmus Presents: Alexander Wolfe, Kevin Pearce and Cunning Folk
Thu 6 Apr
£5 in advance via a ticket here, £7 on the door
**** Q magazine
“The most beautiful album I have heard in years. Period”
NEW YORK POST
“An object lesson in how to wring out every last drop of emotion”
“a beautiful album with echoes of Nick Drake”
The Sunday Times
” Stunning “ – Dermot O’Leary, BBC Radio 2
” A keening vocal reminiscent of Cat Stevens “ – The Independent
“The Finest Songs” – Mojo
“here is a record that manages to demonstrate integrity without affectation. A breath of fresh air.”
“beautifully-rendered pastoral and Pagan acoustic folk-pop.”
Heir Single Launch plus Kawala and Emma Lauran
Tue 4 Apr
Heir head out on tour to celebrate the release of their new single, ‘I’ll Pick You Up’ and have chosen Paper Dress for the London leg – it’ll be a scorcher!
Advance tickets ONLY £6 – https://www.musicglue.com/
RSVP to the Facebook event page and invite your friends here: https://www.facebook.com/events/739363952906375/