Gigs Round Up: March
We’ve perused through the listings of the usual suspects to bring you a few live music highlights over the next couple of weeks.
A dominant fixture on the UK indie scene for the last ten years, in honour of their success Cooking Vinyl Records have released a deluxe edition of their first album, No Love Lost. Catch the London four piece at Plug with support from up and comers Samuel Parkes and Seamonsters.
New wave indie punk four piece KONG release their new EP with a celebratory live show at the O2. Currently up for an Exposed Award for Best Unsigned Act, it’s worth catching this lot before things really kick off.
Fresh on the back of her new single release ‘My Hand’, Robyn Sherwell will bring her unique brand of soulful vocals and atmospheric beats to the Picture House Social. With the team behind the track including the likes of producer David Kosten (Everything Everything / Bat For Lashes), expect big things from this Guernsey songstress.
One of the best Beatles tribute groups in the area will rock the Lounge of 10a High Street this St Paddy’s day. With last year’s shenanigans selling out we’d advise you pick your tickets up beforehand.
AMP Live presents rising Manchester trio Man Made. The band have built up an impressive history already after touring with Jake Bugg, performing at Reading/Leeds and Latitude amongst many other live appearances during their own 18 date UK Tour. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch them at this rare intimate show at The Rocking Chair.
Live music from hard rock foursome Coyote Mad Seeds, explosive rock ‘n’ roll from Page 45, plus music from Gregg Knowles and Charlie Hughes. Credible pop floor fillers and alternative rock party anthems will be blasting out by the Glitz DJs from 11pm-3am.
DIY and Generator have set out on tour with the likes of Brighton’s own Tigercub, for the latest Mapped Out Tour, famed for supporting emerging artists like Rozi Plain in the past.
Former Exposed In Session stars Nai Harvest have been making waves over the past couple of months, so much so that one NME reviewer said: “I’d liquidise their music and have it plugged directly into my veins.” Make of that what you will.
With Jump Around being one of the biggest Thursday nights in Sheffield, the guys at CODE have bagged X Factor finalists Reggie and Bollie as a thank you to all the weeknight party goers. With drinks a mere £1 all night the event is set to sell out, so click the link above to get your tix early!