Monday, 22 April 2019

Upcoming London shows for Brigid Mae Power, Bill Nace / Twig Harper and Escape-ism! Plus more news on out Bamboo album!

Hello there!
I hope you had a great Easter break and didn't accidentally melt your chocolate eggs by stacking them on a windowsill and forgetting about the life-affirming weather.
 
Our next show takes place tomorrow at Café OTO and features the worldly talents of Irish songstresses Brigid Mae Power and Aoife Nessa Frances. Power’s songs reverberate with an epic depth of feeling and her voice is at once steadfast and sublime. Every time we’ve had Brigid come through London she’s turned in a performance that really steps over into extraordinary, so we’re really looking forward to seeing her again tomorrow.
 
We’re equally pleased to have Aoife Nessa Frances play in London for us for the first time too. Tickets to this magical spectacle will be available on the door from 7.30pm at OTO tomorrow, with live music commencing an hour later, read on for all the detail.
 
 
 
We’re also outlining here Upset The Rhythms’ next two live events! Next Monday we’re very pleased to be hosting a show at The Islington alongside our friends from the Colour Out Of Space festival.
 
This unique night will feature live slabs of sound ushered forth from experimental guitarist Bill Nace (of Body/Head), James Twig Harper and the elusive Glands Of External Secretion. Certainly a lot to tangle with there, three dizzyingly rare outings for London, what a treat!

 
 
Wednesday week (May 1st) will see us pitch up a MOTH Club with Ian Svenonius for the return of his new project Escape-ism, a time to rejoice in all things crucially alive and refined in revolt. With an economic nod to the surpluses of rocknroll Svenonius brings with gusto all manner of humour and critique to proceedings. These are minimal songs that think big and present Ian in his most raw and vital manifestation. Underline this one in your diaries, an utter prescription for fulfillment. The wondrous swirl of guitar, sung-spoken vocals, drums and tapes of Solution Hours will further enhance this concert. You’ll find below more specifics on all three of those upcoming ventures, lucky London!
 
Last time we mentioned our new Hygiene album coming out on May 24th, today we’re happy to announce a launch party taking place at The Stag’s Head on the very same day with Worms, Child’s Pose and Chubby Charles all stepping out too. The world isn’t quite ready for this yet, but there’s still time, check our listings section for all you need to know.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
One more gallant item of note here, this June we’re treating the universe to some sensational brand new synth pop from Bamboo. 'Daughters Of The Sky', the band’s fantastic third album, will be released this June 14th through Upset The Rhythm on 180g gold vinyl, CD and digital. It's a vast tapestry of pristine production, featuring Nick Carlisle's colourful synth riffs, over which Rachel Horwood intones her sometimes mournful, often uplifting vocal.
 
The 405 just premiered the group's first video from the album, featuring a cameo from the Giant’s Causeway, so without further treaty dive right into their world of 'Weeping Idols' here! ‘Weeping Idols’ is out now as a digital single, ‘Daughters Of The Sky’ is available to pre-order now too.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
BRIGID MAE POWER
AOIFE NESSA FRANCES

Tuesday 23 April
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
BRIGID MAE POWER is an Irish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who, like Judee Sill, Micky Newburyor Linda Perhacs before her, paints her songs in dreamily expansive strokes, transporting earthly compositions into universal and exultant realms. Her self-titled debut on Tompkins Square was a majestic suite of reverb-swathed laments for voice, guitar, piano, accordion, and harmonium, recorded at the Portland studio of key musical foil Peter Broderick. Themes include transformation, change, motherhood, acceptance, strength, courage and trust. In the words of Power, the album was about "trusting if you lose yourself or your way - you can come back". New album 'The Two Worlds' is another masterful collection of effortless, hypnotic folk, and an album that furthers the songwriter and multi-instrumentalist's already stellar reputation. Live, Brigid can encapsulate the timeless magic of her songs either solo or as a duo with Peter. Thus far she has toured throughout Ireland, UK and the US together with artists including Lee Ranaldo, Richard Dawson, Alasdair Roberts, Peter Broderick and Ryley Walker, with performances at Le Guess Who? and TUSK festivals along the way.
 
AOIFE NESSA FRANCES is a Dublin born musician and singer-song writer. She is inspired by the poetic styles of folk music and psychedelic rock.
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm & Colour Out Of Space presents…
 
BILL NACE & JAMES TWIG HARPER
GLANDS OF EXTERNAL SECRETION
Monday 29 April
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle Street, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £8 | TICKETS
 
BILL NACE is an artist and musician based in Western Massachusetts. He has collaborated with an extraordinary range of musicians, including Michael Morley, Mats Gustafsson, Joe McPhee, Chris Corsano, Jooklo Duo, Chris Cooper, Samara Lubelski, Thurston Moore, Jake Meginsky, Jessica Rylan, Paul Flaherty, Wally Shoup, and Kim Gordon, with whom he regularly plays as one half of the duo Body/Head. Their critically acclaimed LP 'The Switch' was released on Matador last year. He has been a featured musician in festivals such as ATP (curated by Jim Jarmusch and held in Monticello, NY), Colour Out of Space (Brighton, UK), Supersonic Festival (Birmingham, UK), International Festival Musique Actuelle (Victoriaville, QC), and Homegrown (Boston, MA). Nace's range of guitar playing has been described as "veering from sculptural, almost Remko-Scha-esque chime to Loren Connors-style elegance in only a few short moves." Recordings found on Ecstatic Peace (Northampton, MA), Ultra Eczema (Belgium), Holidays (Italy), 8mm (Italy), Throne Heap (VA), HP Cycle (Toronto, ON), as well as on Nace's own label Open Mouth.
 
JAMES TWIG HARPER really pulls out real time-and-space bending tracks. Harper, perhaps best known for his collaborations with Nate Young in Nautical Almanac and alongside Daniel Higgs for Thrill Jockey, holds some genuine weirdness within. He has a distinctly unique fidelity and gyroscopic dynamic that makes for a deliciously disorienting experience all of his own conception. There's an animalistic or perhaps even plant-like bio-logic to its devolved, dubbed-out arcana, a grunting, scraping, grubbing ecological complexity of sounds that grows, twists and bifurcates at seemingly haphazard junctions to catalyse chain reactions of constant change and multiple layers of surreality. Sometimes Harper's music can enters passages which sound almost like a primitive take on Florian Hecker's plonging, rubbery computer music or Rashad Becker's perplexing notional folk music. Check out his releases on Open Mouth, Planam, Thrill Jockey and Heresee for the full tangle.
 
GLANDS OF EXTERNAL SECRETION began when Seymour Glass, inspired by J.D. Salinger's short story 'A Perfect Day for Bananafish', starts publishing the legendary Bananafish Zine in 1987, which for eighteen issues and up until 2004, constitutes a huge and ambitious attempt of presenting underground culture in its every form. Completely unknown experimental branchings, with a preference for the lo-fi, collage aesthetics, Glass's paranoid and absurd manner of writing and the whole structuring of the noise scene, with San Francisco as a starting point and every "tweaked" corner of the globe as a destination, found their home in Bananafish and their main representative in Seymour Glass. Glands of External Secretion began as Glass wanted to testify further via weird monuments of experimental and far-out studio improv, using a surreal collage of songs, sounds, Barbara Manning's vocals, voice samples, loops, out-of-context rhythms, field recordings, electronics, cut-up manipulated noises and anything else which is not considered music. The result is a twisted riot of sound bordering on audacity which the term 'extremely psychedelic' fails to completely encapsulate.
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
ESCAPE-ISM
(Ian Svenonius)
SOLUTION HOURS
Wednesday 1 May
Moth Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette St, Hackney Central, E9 6NU
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
ESCAPE-ISM is the nom de guerre of mythic rock 'n' roll provocateur / theorist / revolutionary Ian Svenonius (performer, author, filmmaker, etc). Svenonius is known for his work in the music groups The Make-Up, Chain & The Gang, XYZ, Weird War and author of underground bestsellers such as The Psychic Soviet, Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock 'n' Roll Group, and Censorship Now! Recognised by Performer Magazine as the "greatest performer on the planet", Svenonius is profound, prophetic, perverse, and poetic. His debut solo album an 'Introduction to Escape-ism' was released through Merge last year and teamed up a drum machine, guitar, cassette player, and a single voice singing out... for a way out. Svenonius' songs cry out for love, justice, redemption and insurrection, they stomp on convention and clobber notions of what music can be. Live, Escape-ism a new paradigm of performance: raw, gestural, idiotic, sublime, revolutionary, poetic, faux naif, unknowing, a drainage pipe that leads to who knows where.
 
'The Lost Record' is Escape-ism's new album on Merge and is already a classic, destined to bewitch the minds, hearts, and dancing shoes of any rock 'n' roll fan who happens to discover it, for as long as such creatures exist. Without the high-octane hype machine of the mind-control minstrels who hypnotize the hapless through the mass media, 'The Lost Record' is bound for inevitable obscurity, but-with its timeless tunes, poignant message, and innovative sound-rediscovery and immortal status is equally assured! Music enthusiasts will be thrilled to be the ones clever and kind enough to have rescued this platter from oblivion. This show follows on from last year's appearance at MOTH Club, Ian enjoyed it so much he's coming back this May!
 
SOLUTION HOURS are a two-piece band from London, comprised of Charlotte (vocals, drums) and Andrew (guitar, ambience). With spoken word-inspired vocals, dynamic drumming and unique guitar tunings underscored by ambient soundscapes played from a tape machine, the band have devised a sound that defies the usual trappings that a two-piece face, drawing comparisons to Life Without Buildings and bands from the heyday of 90s emo and slowcore in turn. They self-released the double single 'Into the Sea / Pocket' in 2017 and the EP 'Try Again' in 2018.
https://solutionhours.bandcamp.com/
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thank you so much for spending your valued time with us, see you soon!
Upset The Rhythm
 
 
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UPSET THE RHYTHM
UPCOMING SHOWS 
BRIGID MAE POWER
AOIFE NESSA FRANCES

Tuesday 23rd April
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
BILL NACE & JAMES TWIG HARPER
GLANDS OF EXTERNAL SECRETION
Monday 29 April
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle Street, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £8 | TICKETS
 
ESCAPE-ISM
(Ian Svenonius)
SOLUTION HOURS
Wednesday 1 May
Moth Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette St, Hackney Central, London, E9 6NU
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
CALVIN JOHNSON
THE CATENARY WIRES
ROSE MERCIE
Monday 6 May
HQI, The Rotunda, Wood Lane, White City Place, London, W12 7TP
(3 min walk from White City tube directly north up Wood Lane. Venue is behind the green gates)
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
THE ESSEX GREEN
TOM O.C WILSON
LOWELL THOMPSON
Friday 10 May
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
HEN OGLEDD
(Sally Pilkington, Dawn Bothwell, Richard Dawson, Rhodri Davies)
RAP (Jolly Discs)
Tuesday 14 May
Bush Hall, 310 Uxbridge Rd, Shepherd's Bush, London, W12 7LJ
7.30pm | £14 | TICKETS
 
PRIESTS
APOSTILLE
HYGIENE
Thursday 16 May
100 Club, Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LL
7.30pm | £12 | TICKETS
 
HYGIENE
WORMS
CHILD’S POSE
CHUBBY CHARLES
STATIC SHOCK DISCO (from 11pm-1am)
Friday 24 May
The Stag’s Head, 55 Orsman Rd, London, N1 5RA
8pm | £5 on the door!
 
ANA DA SILVA & PHEW
TARANTULA
Monday 27 May
St Pancras Old Church, Pancras Road, King's Cross, London, NW1 1UL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
LANKUM
BRIGHDE CHAIMBEUL (May 28)
ANDY THE DOORBUM (May 29)
Tuesday 28 May & Wednesday 29 May
In association with Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £16.50 each day, £30 two-day pass | TICKETS
 
CHRIS COHEN
THE JELAS
Wednesday 29 May
MOTH Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette Street, London, E8 1EL
7.30pm | £9 | TICKETS
 
BILGE PUMP
WITCHING WAVES
Friday 31 May
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS
 
SACRED PAWS
Thursday 13 June
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £8.50 | TICKETS
 
ELF POWER
Wednesday 19 June
OSLO, 1a Amhurst Road, Hackney Central, E8 1LL
7.30pm | £12.50 | TICKETS
 
CONSTANT MONGREL
Saturday 22 June
New River Studios
199 Eade Rd, Harringay Warehouse District, London, N4 1DN
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS
 
NORMIL HAWAIIANS
RATTLE
ERASERS

Thursday 11 July
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS

DANIEL HIGGS
ETERNAL BROADCAST
Wednesday 17 July
HQI, The Rotunda, Wood Lane, White City Place, London, W12 7TP
(3 min walk from White City tube directly north up Wood Lane. Venue is behind the green gates)
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
ADVANCE BASE
ALICE HUBBLE
Monday 22 July
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £12 | TICKETS
 
TIM PRESLEY’S WHITE FENCE
ROBERT SOTELO
Wednesday 21 August
OSLO, 1a Amhurst Road, Hackney Central, London, E8 1LL
7.30pm | £12.50 | TICKETS
 
DEERHOOF
Monday 2 September
EartH, 11-17 Stoke Newington Rd, Dalston, London, N16 8BH
7.30pm | £15 | TICKETS
 
 

Tuesday, 16 April 2019

BAMBOO AND THEIR DAUGHTERS OF THE SKY!



This June we're in for a stunning treat with some sensational new synth pop from Bamboo. 'Daughters Of The Sky' will be released on June 14th through Upset The Rhythm on 180g gold vinyl, CD and digital. It's a vast, hauntological tapestry of pristine production, featuring Nick Carlisle's colourful synth riffs, over which Rachel intones her sometimes mournful, often uplifting vocal. The 405 just premiered the group's first single from the album, check out 'Weeping Idols' here! Now is the time for hope and rebirth! 'Weeping Idols' is released now as a digital single, 'Daughters Of the Sky' is available to pre-order in our webshop now too.



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Friday, 12 April 2019

Hygiene's new album + London shows for Lea Bertucci, Brigid Mae Power and Bill Nace!

 
 
Morning one and all!
 
This week we unveiled our new record from Hygiene! That’s right, May 24th will bear witness to the release of 'Private Sector'! Hygiene released a slew of singles and an LP on various DIY labels in the US and the UK at the turn of the decade, now the London post-punk stalwarts return from hiatus with their sophomore effort.
 
Where their debut LP ‘Public Sector’ reflected a nostalgic longing for an unrealised socialist modernist utopia, ‘Private Sector’ finds Hygiene confronting the grim realities of the now.
 
 
 
 
Hygiene aim their sights against the neoliberal madness of utility cartels, tax havens and most acutely privatised railways, seizing the moment as the current period of interregnum sees the old ideological certainties come into question. The Quietus have just helped us announce the record by posting first track 'Replacement Bus', boasting that signature Hygiene sound, brooding melodies, a choppy, aggressive discipline and restricted pop sensibility.
 
‘Private Sector’ is available to pre-order now through our webshop here.
 
Recommended for all you fans of Real Ale, British Rail Class 55 Deltics, Euston station and Jeremy Corbyn.

 
 
 
 
 
This week we also announced new London concerts from Deerhoof, Daniel Higgs and Normil Hawaiians too, check out our listings for dates and ticket links. We’re also focusing on our next three events here in more detail. Below you’ll find us edging towards verbose about next Tuesday’s show at Iklectik in Lambeth for New York composer and alto saxophonist Lea Bertucci (NNA Tapes).
 
Bertucci’s incredible music explores space, pattern and sensitivity through sculptural textures of sax, layered tape loops and field recordings. Here’s a video of her to get you primed for new composition Projection / Reflection. Chase Coley & Pascal Colman will be opening this show with their improvised duo set too, so make sure you pop down early.
 
 
 
 
 
We also outline below our upcoming Café OTO show for Brigid Mae Power and Aoife Nessa Frances (April 23rd), as well as detailing April 29th’s Islington throw-down with the combined forces of Bill Nace & James Twig Harper and Glands Of External Secretion.
Enjoy…
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
LEA BERTUCCI: Projection/Reflection
CHASE COLEY & PASCAL COLMAN
Tuesday 16 April
IKLECTIK, Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
LEA BERTUCCI is an American composer and performer whose work describes relationships between acoustic phenomena and biological resonance. In addition to her instrumental practice, (alto saxophone and bass clarinet), her work often incorporates multi-channel speaker arrays, electroacoustic feedback, extended instrumental technique and tape collage. Deeply experimental, her work is unafraid to subvert musical expectation. Her discography includes a number of solo and collaborative releases on independent labels and last year she released the critically acclaimed 'Metal Aether' on NNA tapes, as well as a commission for percussion ensemble Tigue and a second edition of her much anticipated graphic score book, 'The Tonebook', on Inpatient Press. She has performed extensively across the US and Europe with presenters such as The Kitchen, PS1 MoMA, Blank Forms, The Walker Museum, Roulette, ESS Chicago, Sound of Stockholm Festival, and the Le Guess Who Festival. She is a 2016 MacDowell Fellow in composition and a 2015 ISSUE Project Room Artist-in-Residence. For this special concert in London, Betucci will present her new sensory Projection/Reflection performance.
http://lea-bertucci.com/ 

CHASE COLEY & PASCAL COLMAN are artists and experimental musicians who have been performing as a free improvising duo since 2014 where they have made appearances at a variety of events and exhibitions around London and the UK including 2017’s Supernormal fest and east London’s Dronica series. Blurring the distinctions between noise, ambient music, performance and live sound design they present a mode of improv which is idiomatic but one where the idiom is very much their own. Both see their collaborative practice as an exercise in listening where, by the formation of new and unpredictable sonic relationships comprised of new instrumental voices (literally achieved by the fabrication of new acoustic instruments) they coerce their audience to engage with the sound which is both pure and immediate.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3M5KM6B-3s&t=749s
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
BRIGID MAE POWER
AOIFE NESSA FRANCES

Tuesday 23 April
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
BRIGID MAE POWER is an Irish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who, like Judee Sill, Micky Newburyor Linda Perhacs before her, paints her songs in dreamily expansive strokes, transporting earthly compositions into universal and exultant realms. Her self-titled debut on Tompkins Square was a majestic suite of reverb-swathed laments for voice, guitar, piano, accordion, and harmonium, recorded at the Portland studio of key musical foil Peter Broderick. Themes include transformation, change, motherhood, acceptance, strength, courage and trust. In the words of Power, the album was about "trusting if you lose yourself or your way - you can come back". New album 'The Two Worlds' is another masterful collection of effortless, hypnotic folk, and an album that furthers the songwriter and multi-instrumentalist's already stellar reputation. Live, Brigid can encapsulate the timeless magic of her songs either solo or as a duo with Peter. Thus far she has toured throughout Ireland, UK and the US together with artists including Lee Ranaldo, Richard Dawson, Alasdair Roberts, Peter Broderick and Ryley Walker, with performances at Le Guess Who? and TUSK festivals along the way.
 
AOIFE NESSA FRANCES is a Dublin born musician and singer-song writer. She is inspired by the poetic styles of folk music and psychedelic rock.
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
BILL NACE & JAMES TWIG HARPER
GLANDS OF EXTERNAL SECRETION
Monday 29 April
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle Street, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £8 | TICKETS
 
BILL NACE is an artist and musician based in Western Massachusetts. He has collaborated with an extraordinary range of musicians, including Michael Morley, Mats Gustafsson, Joe McPhee, Chris Corsano, Jooklo Duo, Chris Cooper, Samara Lubelski, Thurston Moore, Jake Meginsky, Jessica Rylan, Paul Flaherty, Wally Shoup, and Kim Gordon, with whom he regularly plays as one half of the duo Body/Head. Their critically acclaimed LP 'The Switch' was released on Matador last year. He has been a featured musician in festivals such as ATP (curated by Jim Jarmusch and held in Monticello, NY), Colour Out of Space (Brighton, UK), Supersonic Festival (Birmingham, UK), International Festival Musique Actuelle (Victoriaville, QC), and Homegrown (Boston, MA). Nace's range of guitar playing has been described as "veering from sculptural, almost Remko-Scha-esque chime to Loren Connors-style elegance in only a few short moves." Recordings found on Ecstatic Peace (Northampton, MA), Ultra Eczema (Belgium), Holidays (Italy), 8mm (Italy), Throne Heap (VA), HP Cycle (Toronto, ON), as well as on Nace's own label Open Mouth.
 
JAMES TWIG HARPER really pulls out real time-and-space bending tracks. Harper, perhaps best known for his collaborations with Nate Young in Nautical Almanac and alongside Daniel Higgs for Thrill Jockey, holds some genuine weirdness within. He has a distinctly unique fidelity and gyroscopic dynamic that makes for a deliciously disorienting experience all of his own conception. There's an animalistic or perhaps even plant-like bio-logic to its devolved, dubbed-out arcana, a grunting, scraping, grubbing ecological complexity of sounds that grows, twists and bifurcates at seemingly haphazard junctions to catalyse chain reactions of constant change and multiple layers of surreality. Sometimes Harper's music can enters passages which sound almost like a primitive take on Florian Hecker's plonging, rubbery computer music or Rashad Becker's perplexing notional folk music. Check out his releases on Open Mouth, Planam, Thrill Jockey and Heresee for the full tangle.
 
GLANDS OF EXTERNAL SECRETION began when Seymour Glass, inspired by J.D. Salinger's short story 'A Perfect Day for Bananafish', starts publishing the legendary Bananafish Zine in 1987, which for eighteen issues and up until 2004, constitutes a huge and ambitious attempt of presenting underground culture in its every form. Completely unknown experimental branchings, with a preference for the lo-fi, collage aesthetics, Glass's paranoid and absurd manner of writing and the whole structuring of the noise scene, with San Francisco as a starting point and every "tweaked" corner of the globe as a destination, found their home in Bananafish and their main representative in Seymour Glass. Glands of External Secretion began as Glass wanted to testify further via weird monuments of experimental and far-out studio improv, using a surreal collage of songs, sounds, Barbara Manning's vocals, voice samples, loops, out-of-context rhythms, field recordings, electronics, cut-up manipulated noises and anything else which is not considered music. The result is a twisted riot of sound bordering on audacity which the term 'extremely psychedelic' fails to completely encapsulate.
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thanks so much for reading and for coming out these last few days to see
Irma Vep and Alex Rex too, have a huge weekend!
Upset The Rhythm
 
 
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UPSET THE RHYTHM
UPCOMING SHOWS 
LEA BERTUCCI: Projection/Reflection
CHASE COLEY & PASCAL COLMAN
Tuesday 16 April
IKLECTIK, Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
BRIGID MAE POWER
AOIFE NESSA FRANCES

Tuesday 23rd April
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
BILL NACE & JAMES TWIG HARPER
GLANDS OF EXTERNAL SECRETION
Monday 29 April
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle Street, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £8 | TICKETS
 
ESCAPE-ISM
(Ian Svenonius)
SOLUTION HOURS
Wednesday 1 May
Moth Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette St, Hackney Central, London, E9 6NU
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
CALVIN JOHNSON
THE CATENARY WIRES
Monday 6 May
HQI, The Rotunda, Wood Lane, White City Place, London, W12 7TP
(3 min walk from White City tube directly north up Wood Lane. Venue is behind the green gates)
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
THE ESSEX GREEN
TOM O.C WILSON
LOWELL THOMPSON
Friday 10 May
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
HEN OGLEDD
(Sally Pilkington, Dawn Bothwell, Richard Dawson, Rhodri Davies)
RAP (Jolly Discs)
Tuesday 14 May
Bush Hall, 310 Uxbridge Rd, Shepherd's Bush, London, W12 7LJ
7.30pm | £14 | TICKETS
 
PRIESTS
APOSTILLE
HYGIENE
Thursday 16 May
100 Club, Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LL
7.30pm | £12 | TICKETS
 
ANA DA SILVA & PHEW
TARANTULA
Monday 27 May
St Pancras Old Church, Pancras Road, King's Cross, London, NW1 1UL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
LANKUM
BRIGHDE CHAIMBEUL (May 28)
ANDY THE DOORBUM (May 29)
Tuesday 28 May & Wednesday 29 May
In association with Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £16.50 each day, £30 two-day pass | TICKETS
 
CHRIS COHEN
THE JELAS
Wednesday 29 May
MOTH Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette Street, London, E8 1EL
7.30pm | £9 | TICKETS
 
BILGE PUMP
WITCHING WAVES
Friday 31 May
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS
 
SACRED PAWS
Thursday 13 June
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £8.50 | TICKETS
 
ELF POWER
Wednesday 19 June
OSLO, 1a Amhurst Road, Hackney Central, E8 1LL
7.30pm | £12.50 | TICKETS
 
CONSTANT MONGREL
Saturday 22 June
New River Studios
199 Eade Rd, Harringay Warehouse District, London, N4 1DN
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS
 
NORMIL HAWAIIANS
RATTLE
ERASERS

Thursday 11 July
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS

DANIEL HIGGS
ETERNAL BROADCAST
Wednesday 17 July
HQI, The Rotunda, Wood Lane, White City Place, London, W12 7TP
(3 min walk from White City tube directly north up Wood Lane. Venue is behind the green gates)
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
ADVANCE BASE
ALICE HUBBLE
Monday 22 July
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £12 | TICKETS
 
TIM PRESLEY’S WHITE FENCE
ROBERT SOTELO
Wednesday 21 August
OSLO, 1a Amhurst Road, Hackney Central, London, E8 1LL
7.30pm | £12.50 | TICKETS
 
DEERHOOF
Monday 2 September
EartH, 11-17 Stoke Newington Rd, Dalston, London, N16 8BH
7.30pm | £15 | TICKETS
 
 

NEW SHOW: Normil Hawaiians + Rattle + Erasers this July!



Upset The Rhythm presents…

NORMIL HAWAIIANS
RATTLE
ERASERS

Thursday 11 July
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL

7.30pm | £7 | https://link.dice.fm/SO9KbaiePV

NORMIL HAWAIIANS communal take on post punk sprouted leaves from its mouth in 1982, and began carving out a new furrow. Greater emphasis was awarded to improvisation within the group and as a result their songs embarked on longer, freer journeys towards the beaten bounds. They wanted these new songs to bear the weight of their new collective spirit so comfort zones had to be left behind. Tape loops, echo boxes, extended percussive sessions and duteous faith in the tones emanating from a particular old wah-wah pedal were all employed by Normil Hawaiians to stretch their sonic fabric into wild and redolent new dimensions. Within three years the band went on to record three astonishing records, their ambitious double-LP debut ‘More Wealth Than Money’, ‘What’s Going On?’ with its radical collage of movements and ‘Return Of The Ranters’ which teamed up their free experiments in compelling arrhythmia with a more confrontational approach. Upset The Rhythm have released ‘More Wealth’ and ‘Ranters’ recently in remastered form, and this special live manifestation at Cafe OTO celebrates the reissue of 1984’s ‘What’s Going On?’ masterstroke (out June 28th). Lucid, candid, politically engaged, rarely metronomic but always humane, Normil Hawaiians conjure vast clouds of atmosphere. Their songs are bedecked with exalted synth trails, clustering guitar rapture, motorik beats, and spun-out raw polemics. Still light years ahead of us all!
http://normilhawaiians.com/

RATTLE are a Nottingham based duo, Rattle focus almost exclusively on drums and more drums, beneath a delicate overlay of vocal harmonies and percussive effects. Formed by Katharine Eira Brown (also of Kogumaza) and Theresa Wrigley (also of Fists), Rattle began as an experiment in crafting rich songs and melody using drums and voice alone. Their music weaves and intertwines post-punk, minimalism and experimental rock, through off-kilter rhythms, patterns and counter melodies. Often starting by picking out the ghost notes from the drums to develop a melody, the song then reveals itself in rounds and harmonies with layer upon layer of rhythm and vocal, lending a choral feel to some of the tracks. Rattle effortlessly blend the avant-garde with irresistible melodies and hypnotic drum beats, using rhythm and harmony to create a refreshing sound that is utterly new - a pretty rare feat these days when we're saturated with so much music. Rattle's impressive ‘Sequence’ album came out last November through Upset The Rhythm.
https://rattleon.bandcamp.com/

ERASERS deliver up rhythmic and mood-driven music that sits between kosmische and post-punk. Forming as a home recording project in 2009 the Perth, West Australian based Erasers (Rebecca Orchard, Rupert Thomas) released a steady flow of cd-rs, tapes and a 7” before eventually releasing their debut full length ‘Stem Together’ in 2015. In 2017 the duo followed up with the tape release ‘Fault Lines’. In the live sphere Erasers have shared the stage with the likes of Low, Grouper, Acid Mothers Temple, Prince Rama, High Wolf and The Soft Machine as well as multiple shows with long time musical heroes My Disco, Love Of Diagrams and Pikelet. After an extensive recording and mixing process, 2019 sees Erasers with two new releases to share; a 5 track tape titled ‘Forecast’ (through Solid Melts) and the duo’s second full length ‘Pulse Points’ (through Fire Talk and Pouring Dream).
https://erasers.bandcamp.com/

Thursday, 11 April 2019

Daniel Higgs playing HQI for us this Summer!



Upset The Rhythm presents…

DANIEL HIGGS
Wednesday 17 July
HQI, The Rotunda, Wood Lane, White City Place, London, W12 7TP
(3 min walk from White City tube directly north up Wood Lane. Venue is behind the green gates)
7.30pm | £10

SEE: https://www.seetickets.com/event/daniel-higgs/hqi/1365460
DICE: https://link.dice.fm/yAMODEDBNV

DANIEL HIGGS is a musician and artist from Baltimore, Maryland on whose behalf superlatives are destined to fail. It’s not that his artistic output - spanning three decades, numerous albums, books of poetry and collections of drawings - simply eludes classification, it defies it. Often we hear that a true work of art is meant to speak for itself, and with the work of Daniel Higgs the maxim rings truer than ever. Higgs is known primarily for his work as the sole lyricist and frontman of the band Lungfish, a four-piece dedicated to charting, in this listener’s estimation, nothing short of the evolution of all species, known and unknown. They are enshrined as one of America’s last true folk bands, and Higgs anointed as a patron saint to artistic purity. In recent years, Higgs has released a number of solo outings that can only be described as the ultimate in isolation, worlds away from the hypnotic, communal rock of his band. Higgs weaves meditative, casually ruptured drones using acoustic and electric guitar, upright pianos, banjo and jew’s harp, recorded entirely at home on cassette recorder. He pairs the music with a series of paintings that call to mind religious iconography passed through the disfiguring surrealism of Miro. His art is of the cosmos.
https://danielhiggs.bandcamp.com/

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

DEERHOOF in London this September, now that's what I'm talking about!

Upset The Rhythm presents...

DEERHOOF
Monday 2 September
EartH
11-17 Stoke Newington Rd, Dalston, London, N16 8BH
7.30pm | £15 | https://link.dice.fm/6lOGGiILLV (Tickets on sale tomorrow at 10am)!

DEERHOOF is four people. Satomi Matsuzaki plays bass and sings, Greg Saunier plays drums, John Dieterich and Ed Rodriguez play guitars. But what is Deerhoof really? Hell if we know. Pitchfork went so far as to label Deerhoof as "the best band in the world.” From their humble beginnings as an obscure San Francisco noise act, they've become one of indie music's most influential bands with their ecstatic and unruly take on pop.
http://deerhoof.net/

"Deerhoof are amazing. They're nuts, they'll freak you out." (Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters)
"Deerhoof deserve far more recognition." (Jonny Greenwood, Radiohead)



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'Private Sector' and the return of Hygiene this May!


Hygiene are back this May with their new album 'Private Sector'! The Quietus have just announced the album with the first track 'Replacement Bus', all aboard!

Pre-order the Lp here too:
http://upsettherhythm.bigcartel.com/

 

 
HYGIENE released a slew of singles and an LP on various DIY labels in the US and the UK at the turn of the decade, now the London post-punk stalwarts return from hiatus with their sophomore effort, ‘Private Sector’. Where their debut LP ‘Public Sector’ (2011, La Vida Es Un Mus) reflected a nostalgic longing for an unrealised socialist modernist utopia, ‘Private Sector’ finds them confronting the grim realities of the present. Hygiene rail against the neoliberal madness of utility cartels, tax havens and privatised railways, seizing the moment as the current period of interregnum sees the old ideological certainties come into question. Proving nostalgia to be an inescapable trap, the band continue to hearken back to the kind of post-punk that existed before anybody knew to affix the ‘post’ prefix. ‘Private Sector’ (out May 24th through Upset The Rhythm) has the signature Hygiene sound, mixing brooding melodies with a choppy, aggressive approach and a restricted pop sensibility. However, this ever-so-slightly-more mature record finds the band taking advantage of the musicianship of their friends, mixing in the odd viola, glockenspiel, piano and keyboard.  Recommended for fans of Real Ale, British Rail Class 55 Deltics, Euston station and Jeremy Corbyn.


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UPCOMING SHOWS
May 16th - LONDON - 100 Club w/ Priests
May 24th - LONDON - Stags Head album launch w/ Worms

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Monday, 8 April 2019

Alex Rex, Irma Vep London shows this week, Lea Bertucci next week!

 
 
Hey again!
Thanks so much for coming out this last week to see Jandek, The Flying Luttenbachers and Coolies, what a sonic voyage those three proved to be! We’re keeping things interesting with three more shows on the closing horizon too. Here’s the run down.
 
This Wednesday sees us host our first night at SET Space on Dalston Lane, just round the corner from Café OTO. We’re truly spoiled as we have Alex Rex (Alex Neilson of Trembling Bells) booked to perform the starkly loping, folk songs off his redemptive and emotionally-raw new album ‘Otterburn’. Irish DIY popstar Myles Manley is down to support, along with 11th Hour Adventists, featuring Jowe Head from TVPs and Swell Maps. So yeh, quite the banquet of song planned, tickets for this one are £6 and will be available from 7.30pm on the door, sounds great!
 
 
 
Then on Thursday night, we have a special double bill from Irma Vep and Es at The Islington. The Quietus sum up Irma Vep best as a “construct built around Manchester-entrenched Welshman Edwin Stevens, a bowerbird of outsider music that makes awkward compositions designed to tear you down, just to build you up again.” Irma Vep is a nascent whirlwind of fried guitar abandon and bedroom pop noir, always astonishing live, not to be missed.  
 
Es also set the pace with their insistent, icy post punk, quite simply pulse-quickening, can’t wait!

 
 
 
Our third show on this leg will take place at Iklectik in Lambeth next Tuesday and features a rare outing from New York composer and alto saxophonist Lea Bertucci. Her fascinating music explores space, pattern and sensitivity through sculptural textures of sax, layered tape loops and field recordings. Her recent ‘Metal Aether’ album on NNA Tapes was rightly heralded a triumph. For this special show Bertucci will be airing her new composition Projection / Reflection. Chase Coley & Pascal Colman will be opening this show with their electrifying duo set too, so make sure you head down early.
 
Lots more info and ticket links for all three shows to follow, plus we’ve added two events to our June programme from Sacred Paws and Elf Power too! That’s shaping up into a winning month!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Since we last talked we also shared this terrific video from Upset The Rhythm artists Rattle for their epic track DJ, thought we’d share that with you here too! Enjoy!
 
DJ is the first song we wrote for the new album and is the first song on Sequence, explains Katharine Eira Brown of Rattle. It became our first 'long' song and set the tone for the album. It had the uncanny magic of being perceived as being 'the new one' for a very long time, probably because it took a very long time to 'pin down' and took a lot of different forms before it settled into place, and would sound radically different depending on tuning of my snare, the sound of the room, and the amount of delay.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
ALEX REX
MYLES MANLEY
11TH HOUR ADVENTISTS
Wednesday 10 April
SET Space, 27A Dalston Ln, London, E8 3DF
7.30pm | £6 | TICKETS
 
ALEX REX is the solo project from Alex Neilson (founding member and songwriter of folk-rock band Trembling Bells & collaborator with Bonnie Prince Billy) and friends. Singing songs of love, loss and loathing. This is his first UK tour to promote new album 'Otterburn' (Tin Angel Records). Known for his continuing collaborations with Alasdair Roberts and Richard Youngs, and for his work with the elusive Jandek, Alex grew up in Leeds and now resides in London. An accomplished drummer, percussionist and singer who draws from jazz, psychedelia and the darker side of folk music, 'Otterburn' reunites Alex with two of his Trembling Bells band mates, Lavinia Blackwall and Mike Hastings. Aside from being a staple part of the folk-rock revival, Rex has performed alongside artists including Lucky Luke, The One Ensemble of Daniel Padden, Ashtray Navigations, Alastair Galbraith and Isobel Campbell. He has also toured with several folk artists who have enjoyed a late rediscovery of their work, including Scott Fagan, Nick Garrie, Mike Heron and Shirley Collins. Alex's new release was the product of a cataclysmic event in his personal life which happened in April 2017. Sadly, Alex's brother Alastair passed away unexpectedly in his sleep on his canal boat in Leeds. The youngest of three boys, Alastair embodied all his family's best qualities and was a charming and spontaneous friend to anyone lucky enough to cross his path. Forged in pain and made in Glasgow, Otterburn heaves with sorrow, despair, a sense of humour and a unique perspective that could only come from experiencing deep loss.
https://alexrex.bandcamp.com/album/otterburn

MYLES MANLEY is a consistently inventive pop star from Sligo, Ireland. His provocative and idiosyncratic take on guitar pop makes for a thrilling and vibrant show. ‘Myles Manley’ is currently a three piece guitar band consisting of Myles Manley, longstanding collaborator Christopher Barry and Cork’s drummer Solamh Kelly (Trumpets of Jericho, Dragons of Shandon). They spent the year honing an album of percussive, skeletal protest-pop music which is an exact replica of their joyful live set, which will have value as a historical document when it comes out.
http://www.mylesmanley.com/

11TH HOUR ADVENTISTS are a collaboration between Jasmine Pender (aka solo artist Rotten Bliss) and Jowe Head (ex Swell Maps, Television Personalities). They met ten years ago at a concert by Einsturzende Neubaten, which is a clue to the way that they get their kicks. Their collaboration is one of equal but balancing elemental forces, like hot engine oil poured into freezing water, or volcanic lava thrown high into the arctic air, a weird kind of alchemy.   Their debut album together is intoxicating, brewed from their diseased imaginations into a strange synthesis of psych-folk, punk sleaze and ambient drone, but mostly it is simply indefinable.
https://11thhouradventists.bandcamp.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
IRMA VEP
ES
Thursday 11 April
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £6 | TICKETS
 
IRMA VEP is a loner, a joker, a roamer, a ribald construct riddled with both earnest anxiety and mercurial songwriting talent birthed by a young Edwin Stevens in Llanfairfechan, North Wales. Thrust into life after his mum bought a four track recorder for him, Edwin started recording for the cathartic process rather than the outcome. Having since fully grown into Irma Vep and now residing in Glasgow, Stevens' discography has expanded to document every aspect of his music, from ecstatically free group experiments to bare, sparse songwriting that cuts to the quick, shorn of ornament or pretence.

Stevens moonlights in several other groups (Sex Hands, Klaus Kinski, Desmadrados Soldados De Ventura, Yerba Mansa), bringing with him an instantly recognisable guitar language. However, it's in Irma Vep that his most life-affirming, troubling and thrilling music is made. Much Irma Vep feels like what "classic" music should feel like if it weren't so Classic. Each record, each song and each performance exists as an evolving drama. Edwin has toured the West Coast of America after being invited by Chris Johanson to play his Quiet Music Festival of Seattle and Portland. Irma Vep's latest offering 'Evil', talks of repression and the consequences of repression,channeling Edwin's influences of The Rebel, Lou Reed, Katherine Dunn, Dennis Cooper, Michael Yonkers, Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Cat Power, Smog, Henry Flynt and Nico.
https://irmavepirmavep.bandcamp.com/

ES are the soundtrack to your no-wave nightmares, proffering 'mutant synth-punk for our dystopian present' (Jes Skolnik). Ethereal synths, tense basslines, wired drums and cold vocals collide, proving curiously dark, intense and unrelenting. After releasing their debut 'Object Relations' 12" EP on La Vida Es Un Mus in 2016, all members now reside in London and are working towards an album in 2019. ES feature members of Public Service, The Worms, Primetime and Scrap Brain.
https://esband.bandcamp.com/releases
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upset The Rhythm presents…
 
LEA BERTUCCI: Projection/Reflection
CHASE COLEY & PASCAL COLMAN
Tuesday 16 April
IKLECTIK, Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
LEA BERTUCCI is an American composer and performer whose work describes relationships between acoustic phenomena and biological resonance. In addition to her instrumental practice, (alto saxophone and bass clarinet), her work often incorporates multi-channel speaker arrays, electroacoustic feedback, extended instrumental technique and tape collage. Deeply experimental, her work is unafraid to subvert musical expectation. Her discography includes a number of solo and collaborative releases on independent labels and last year she released the critically acclaimed 'Metal Aether' on NNA tapes, as well as a commission for percussion ensemble Tigue and a second edition of her much anticipated graphic score book, 'The Tonebook', on Inpatient Press. She has performed extensively across the US and Europe with presenters such as The Kitchen, PS1 MoMA, Blank Forms, The Walker Museum, Roulette, ESS Chicago, Sound of Stockholm Festival, and the Le Guess Who Festival. She is a 2016 MacDowell Fellow in composition and a 2015 ISSUE Project Room Artist-in-Residence. For this special concert in London, Betucci will present her new sensory Projection/Reflection performance.
http://lea-bertucci.com/ 

CHASE COLEY & PASCAL COLMAN are artists and experimental musicians who have been performing as a free improvising duo since 2014 where they have made appearances at a variety of events and exhibitions around London and the UK including 2017’s Supernormal fest and east London’s Dronica series. Blurring the distinctions between noise, ambient music, performance and live sound design they present a mode of improv which is idiomatic but one where the idiom is very much their own. Both see their collaborative practice as an exercise in listening where, by the formation of new and unpredictable sonic relationships comprised of new instrumental voices (literally achieved by the fabrication of new acoustic instruments) they coerce their audience to engage with the sound which is both pure and immediate.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3M5KM6B-3s&t=749s
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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UPSET THE RHYTHM
UPCOMING SHOWS 
ALEX REX
MYLES MANLEY
11TH HOUR ADVENTISTS
Wednesday 10 April
SET Space, 27A Dalston Ln, London, E8 3DF
7.30pm | £6 | TICKETS
 
IRMA VEP
ES
Thursday 11 April
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £6 | TICKETS
 
LEA BERTUCCI: Projection/Reflection
CHASE COLEY & PASCAL COLMAN
Tuesday 16 April
IKLECTIK, Old Paradise Yard, 20 Carlisle Lane, London, SE1 7LG
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
BRIGID MAE POWER
AOIFE NESSA FRANCES

Tuesday 23rd April
Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
BILL NACE & JAMES TWIG HARPER
GLANDS OF EXTERNAL SECRETION
Monday 29 April
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle Street, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £8 | TICKETS
 
ESCAPE-ISM
(Ian Svenonius)
SOLUTION HOURS
Wednesday 1 May
Moth Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette St, Hackney Central, London, E9 6NU
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
CALVIN JOHNSON
THE CATENARY WIRES
Monday 6 May
HQI, The Rotunda, Wood Lane, White City Place, London, W12 7TP
(3 min walk from White City tube directly north up Wood Lane. Venue is behind the green gates)
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
THE ESSEX GREEN
TOM O.C WILSON
Friday 10 May
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
HEN OGLEDD
(Sally Pilkington, Dawn Bothwell, Richard Dawson, Rhodri Davies)
RAP (Jolly Discs)
Tuesday 14 May
Bush Hall, 310 Uxbridge Rd, Shepherd's Bush, London, W12 7LJ
7.30pm | £14 | TICKETS
 
PRIESTS
APOSTILLE
HYGIENE
Thursday 16 May
100 Club, Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LL
7.30pm | £12 | TICKETS
 
ANA DA SILVA & PHEW
TARANTULA
Monday 27 May
St Pancras Old Church, Pancras Road, King's Cross, London, NW1 1UL
7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS
 
LANKUM
BRIGHDE CHAIMBEUL (May 28)
ANDY THE DOORBUM (May 29)
Tuesday 28 May & Wednesday 29 May
In association with Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, London, E8 3DL
7.30pm | £16.50 each day, £30 two-day pass | TICKETS
 
CHRIS COHEN
THE JELAS
Wednesday 29 May
MOTH Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette Street, London, E8 1EL
7.30pm | £9 | TICKETS
 
BILGE PUMP
WITCHING WAVES
Friday 31 May
The Islington, 1 Tolpuddle St, Angel, London, N1 0XT
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS
 
SACRED PAWS
Thursday 13 June
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £8.50 | TICKETS
 
ELF POWER
Wednesday 19 June
OSLO, 1a Amhurst Road, Hackney Central, E8 1LL
7.30pm | £12.50 | TICKETS
 
CONSTANT MONGREL
Saturday 22 June
New River Studios
199 Eade Rd, Harringay Warehouse District, London, N4 1DN
7.30pm | £7 | TICKETS
 
ADVANCE BASE
Monday 22 July
Redon, Railway Arches, 289 Cambridge Heath Rd, London, E2 9HA
7.30pm | £12 | TICKETS
 
TIM PRESLEY’S WHITE FENCE
ROBERT SOTELO
Wednesday 21 August
OSLO, 1a Amhurst Road, Hackney Central, London, E8 1LL
7.30pm | £12.50 | TICKETS