September: Top Gig Shouts

Danny & The Champions Of The World w/ guests William The Conqueror
Plug // September 14 // From £12.50
A heady mixture of folk rock, alt-country and soul, Danny and his Champions serve up a might fine slice of UK Americana wherever they go.

City Hall // September 16 // From £28
Alt-rockers Texas have been releasing music for over 30 years, during which time they’ve gone through everything from moody blues to plastic soul. Hear it all at City Hall.

Avalanche Party
Record Junkee // September 16 // From £6
Garage-punk hopped up on adrenalin and amphetamines, Avalanche Party were formed high in the windswept, bracken-laden heights of the North Yorkshire Moors by two brothers. Influences come from The Pistols, The Clash, The Stooges and The Damned.

The Harringtons
Record Junkee // September 22 // From £6
Imagine if there was a band with the pounding drums of Keith Moon, the bouncy bass of Bruce Foxton and the primal scream of Mick Jagger… or you could just go and see Sheffield favourites the Harringtons.

Mr Jukes
The Leadmill // September 23 // From £12
Mr Jukes – the solo project of Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle Club – brings his critically-acclaimed new material the The Leadmill.

Faux Pas
The Rocking Chair // September 30 // From £5
Faux Pas are an energetic four-piece whose hallmark is powerful, polished and grungey performances similar to The Cribs. Expect wildness.

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