The East London art-rockers have gained a reputation for captivating live performances and timeless songwriting with shows across London’s best tastemaker venues. Combining interesting synths and vintage piano sounds with skilful guitar licks and tight beats, the group offer a uniquely melancholic, yet uplifting sonic experience. With influences ranging from London Grammar and Bat for Lashes to Nick Cave and Talking Heads, their striking performances and intelligent lyrics have helped them build a loyal fan-base and receive support from the likes of Metro Artist Of The Day, BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music, Clash magazine. They have been working with producer Brett Shaw (Florence & the Machine, FOALS) on new material which is set for release early this year.
Hailing from London Town, Never Never Man bring their brand of Scuzzy noise pop out of the warehouses and to the masses. With a sound reminiscent of classic 60s pop group vocals sat on top of shoegaze guitars and clever drums (picture the Bea...
Toyz are a Brighton based alternative act lead by songwriters Cal Lynn and Jan David. The 6 piece band experiments with sounds ranging from spooky/soulful ballads to fuzzy tones reminiscent of the T.rex/Visconti era. Not completely emerged in the ...
St. Blue is an up and coming LGBT artist on the London scene. Her eclectic and melodic repertoire draws influence from R&B, pop, rock and soul. This combined with her sultry vocals, balance of authentic riffs and dreamy electronic sounds lend...
Strictly 18+ (I.D may be required) // Music students (ACM, BIMM and ICMP) receive Early Bird Ticket price on the door. Valid student photo ID required and entry is subject to capacity
The unassuming exterior of this 17th century establishment in Islington, beguiles it’s rich heritage and it’s recent History. Situated just off of Upper Street in the heart of Islington’s night life, it’s renowned for more than just a convenient thirst quencher.
Decorated in period chandeliers, wall length leather booths and boasting an open fireplace or two it’s every inch the lavish and spacious live music venue we’ve come to know and love. This place has played host to more than just a few drunken publicans with the likes of ‘The Kooks’, ‘Bombay Bicycle Club’ and ‘Foals’ to name but a few, gracing the stage. Not to mention a few DJ sets from the ‘Ninja Tunes’ Roster, it seems there’s more to this ‘Pub’ than meets the eye and there’s plenty of life in the old girl yet.
44 Essex Road, London, N1 8LN