NOT TO BE MISSED // SUB PACIFIC // MASK // BLACK DOG COLLECTIVE // ALL THE MACHINES LIVE AT THE WORKSHOP
With an abundance of amazing artists and awesome shows coming up in the calendar, we’ve carefully handpicked one of our stand-out events which we’re particularly looking forward to!
If you haven’t heard of these artists then check them out below and make sure you get to see them live up close and personal!
“We write music with all the filters off, life how it is, and how it should be”.
You’ll know when you listen that nothing could be truer for this new British Rock Band. Formed in the summer of 2018, and composed of a group of inspirational musicians and skilled performers, the artists behind Sub Pacific have earned their reputation for dynamic performances, strong meaningful lyrics, saying what needs to be said, and playing it from the heart. From live gigs to studio sessions and more, they continue to grow and engage new fans with a distinct and unique Alt Rock style you can really relate to.
MASK are a small noise rock duo from Bedford/Milton Keynes, consisting of Berd Ranolds (bass and vocals) and Reece Mott (drums). MASK's debut EP 'Addiction and Dependency (live at Bedford Esquires)' is out now on all major streaming platforms.
Black Dog Collective are a five-piece indie-rock/pop band from Brighton. Inspired by indie classics such as the Strokes, the Killers and the Arctic Monkeys, they specialise in catchy melodies, youthful energy and jangly guitars.
All the Machines – we’re a five piece alternative/indie band based in and around London playing original music. Previous bands that our members have played in include Little Spitfire (signed to Aardvark Records in the mid-2000s), London based Heart Kill Giant and Manchester rock band Smith 6079. Formed in early 2018, we recorded our first three track EP entitled 'All For You' at Alchemy Studios, London in July 2018 and a second self-titled EP in February 2019. Influences include Manic Street Preachers, Radiohead, The Smiths and Editors. Online music blog AnR Factory wrote in a recent review “All the Machines may be one of the most exciting up and coming Indie acts on the underground right now; get them on your radar whilst you can still witness them in intimate venues”. We’re fairly active on the London music scene with previous live shows at The Hope & Anchor, The Water Rats, Spice of Life and The Half Moon.
So save the date, add it to your calendar, pin it on your notice board as you won’t want to miss this one.
TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE
O2 Academy Islington,08 February
The Workshop,06 March
The Camden Assembly,28 March
Spice Of Life,28 March