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8:00pm Wed 11th Mar 2015 @ BLEACH
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A late change to the bill saw Meddicine, who did an excellent split album with the headliners a few years ago, replaced by Royal Limp, a band of some promise that seem to have spent much of their early career hamstrung by line-up changes. They continue to develop an effective set. Opening track ‘White Relief’  [read more...]

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Normanton Street : AGMP Presents
with NEW STREET ADVENTURE - 7:30pm Fri 13th Mar 2015 @ The Haunt
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Normanton Street are definitely ones to watch. Their sound is accomplished, without sounding over-produced, and sitting on the right side of pop. It’s an enjoyable mix of influences – soul, jazz, funk, hip-hop – which is engagingly listenable without ever sounding stale or tired. Choosing a highlight is difficult, some might point to Phoebe Freya’s  [read more...]

This Femuary gig – presumably taking place on the first of March to ensure we don’t forget feminism is still relevant despite February being over – is preceded by a night of art and poetry before the first musical act takes to the stage. Using loops and electronics to layer vocals and instruments as a  [read more...]

Slum Of Legs If I had any foresight Slum of Legs would have been in my picks for 2014, as last year saw gigs at Supernormal and Indietracks, a support slot with Kathleen Hanna (sadly postponed due to Hanna’s ongoing illness), and a place alongside FKA Twigs and Scott Walker in the Quietus’ releases of  [read more...]