November: Gigs/Nightlife Round-Up

Here’s our round-up of what’s on at Sheffield’s finest live music and late night establishments this month.

CODE: Eli & Fur, November 11th
Electronic melodies and moody vocals are the signature of Eli & Fur, a DJ duo championed by Pete Tong. The two’s latest release, the acclaimed ‘California Love’ EP, was a breakthrough in the US that led to a performance at Coachella 2016. They guest at Code with support from Steve Lynam and James Burns.
Tickets here.

O2 Academy: Jack Garrett, November 13th
2016 has been a banner year in the career of Jack Garrett. The 25-year old won the BBC Sound of 2016 poll, the BRIT Awards Critics’ Choice Award and released his debut album, Phase. Now he brings his second tour of the year to the O2 Academy with support from Seramic. Read our interview with Jack here.
Tickets here.

Picture House Social: TRAAMS, November 16th
Heart on-sleeve, direct and real, TRAAMS, bring their relentless, rhythmic drums, bass and adventurous vocals to the Picture House Social. Support provided by Seize The Chair and Mums.
Tickets here.

Corporation: The Graveltones, November 19th
With influences ranging from Bob Dylan and John Bonham to Howling Wolf and Rage Against The Machine, The Graveltones have stirred up a lot of noise both on and off stage lately with their easily identifiable, original sound. Cellar Door Moon Crow, Witchgrass and Stand Amongst Giants support.
Tickets here.


Plug: Three Trapped Tigers, November 23rd
Instrumental trio Three Trapped Tigers’ experimental sound arrives at Plug this month. Their critically acclaimed, incendiary live shows sound gracefully intelligent and melodic, whilst remaining gargantuan in sound and primal in nature.
Tickets here.

The Rocking Chair: Cassia, November 23rd
The infectious, warm tropical grooves of Cassia couldn’t be more juxtaposed to their north-west beginnings in rainy Macclesfield, where this band – one of the most buzzing in the North right now – hails from. Support by Four Authors and In Sulks.
Tickets here.

The Shakespeare: Mik Artistik’s Ego Trip, November 25th
If Brian Glover sang John Cooper Clarke or Half Man Half Biscuit, it would sound like this strange beast of a band. With the multi talented performance artist Mik Artistik at the helm, a captivating evening is assured.
Tickets here.


The Leadmill: Laura Mvula, November 25th
Laura Mvula is fast becoming one of the most recognisable voices on radio. With two Mercury Prize nominations under her belt, she’s quickly evolved into an accomplished and confident songstress. Laura brings her second tour of the year to The Leadmill with support from Olivier St. Louis.
Tickets here.

Foundry: The Sisters of Mercy, November 26th
Four decade veterans The Sisters of Mercy haven’t officially released new music in almost twenty years, but still surprise live audiences with new material to compliment a raft of hits. They promise to wear outlandish shirts too.
Tickets here.

The Leopard: Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash, November 26th
Martin Turner’s career has taken him from innovative bassist in Wishbone Ash to fronting his own solo act under a similar name. His latest album Written In The Stars was a return to the form that made him a star in 1970s with the band.
Tickets here.

The Tuesday Club: DJ Slimzee, November 29th
The ‘Godfather of Grime’ emerged early last decade amongst the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Wiley, performing on pirate radio and establishing himself as an original star of the grime scene. This month his Tuesday Club show will involve support from local DJ and producer Dr. Cryptic and the up and coming MC Forza.
Tickets here.

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