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Gig: We Are Scientists

We Are Scientists, I got all my sisters with me! That’s right kiddiekins, The USofA’s rabble-rousing indie scallywags We Are Scientists are coming to the Deaf Institute with their instruments, assortment of haircuts and mega-choruses!

Channelling their fondness for Bowie, Velvet Underground and Hall & Oates, WAS will ... Read on


Gig: Nina Nesbitt

Nina Nesbitt

+ Guests

Who is Nina Nesbitt? Well young pup, she’s one of the hottest properties in pop right now? After getting a sizeable following online, this outrageously talented whippersnapper got noticed at an intimate Ed Sheeran gig in Edinburgh.

The bedsit bard asked her ... Read on


Gig: Gabrielle Alpin

Gabrielle Alpin [14+ Show]

+ Special Guests

At nineteen, Gabrielle Aplin is the self-taught; self promoted singing, piano and guitar playing internet sensation. With beautiful vocals and a raw talent for song writing, Gabrielle is evolving as the most in demand online music artist.

Following the ... Read on


Gig: Jack Savoretti

Jack Savoretti

+ Special Guests

Re-emerging on the UK live scene in late 2011 with new band ‘The Dirty Romantics’ in tow, Jack Savorettistarted showcasing songs from his next album recorded with Martin Terefe (Mary J. Blige, Jason Mraz).

While his song writing ... Read on


Gig: Tom Williams and The Boat

Tom Williams & The Boat + Special Guests

Tom Williams and The Boat is set to release the second single ‘Teenage Blood’ on April 9th, the title track taken from the forthcoming album available on April 16th via Moshi Moshi Records/Wire Boat Recordings.

A big country rock stomper of a track, ‘Teenage Blood’ sets the tone ... Read on


Gig: Kate Nash

Kate Nash (born 6 July 1987) is a singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist from Harrow, North London, United Kingdom, best known for the UK #2 hit “Foundations”.

Growing up in Harrow, London, Nash first became interested in music during her childhood when she learned to play the piano. ... Read on


Gig: Sam Sparro

Sam Sparro is not your average popstar. His dad is a gospel minister and recorded music for Star Trek. At church, Chaka Khan became one of Sparro’s fans. He was a child actor and appeared in a McDonald’s advert.

He also worked in public relations, but we shouldn’t ... Read on


Gig: Citizens!

“Citizens! are good. They’re a five-piece from London who have just signed to French electronic/indie labelKitsuné and their debut album, due early next year, has been produced by Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand.

This augurs well, because for us – and we accept this is hardly a ... Read on


Gig: Kassidy


+ Brother & Bones + McGinty, Webster, Ward and Fisher

On their glorious new album, ‘One Man Army’, Glaswegian band Kassidybuild on the promise of their debut to arrive at the point their fans always knew they were destined to reach.

The 11 ... Read on


Gig: Milagres

The musical scope of Milagres’ 2011 album ”Glowing Mouth’ is big and due to the piano-based melodies and soaring falsettos, early press has compared the band to artists as diverse as Grizzly Bear and Prince, demonstrating the wide breadth of Milagres material.

The first single, “Glowing Mouth”, is ... Read on