LIVE: Why Generation? Take Over The George Tavern ft. The Rezner & UK Paint Horse

On 21st October we hosted our ‘Spooktacularly Social Distanced’ gig at The George Tavern!

We want to say the biggest thank you to everyone that came down to our ‘Spooktacularly Social Distanced’ event and to The Rezner and UK Paint Horse for playing some amazing sets, we hope you all had a great night!
And a special thank you to all the staff at The George Tavern for helping us keep everyone in attendance safe, and working to make sure the event could go on!

Check out the photos from the event! 👻🖤

OTHER LIVE:

LIVE: Diiv at O2 Kentish Town Forum, 27/02/20

Fewer bands have been through a transition as profound as DIIV over the last 4 years. Zachary Cole Smith's recovery from the addictions that shaped their first two albums was evident as soon as the band put out the lead single from their third album Deceiver, Skin Game, and didn't so much hint as scream the fact that Smith was over the worst, slowing his life down and becoming a more reflective artist/human being.

LIVE: Fontaines D.C. Sell Out Brixton Academy

5 piece Irish Post-Punk band, Fontaines D.C. have quickly built up a reputation as a live presence, and their performance at Brixton Academy did not disappoint, with an eclectic mix of ages, and people, crammed into the iconic Brixton venue. Performing a sold-out show at Brixton is a feat in itself, and you could tell this meant a lot to the boys from Dublin, with the occasional smile and wave from the captivating, Grian Chatten.

LIVE: Cleopatrick, Electrowerkz, London – 17/02/2020

Following a sold-out run of dates with Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes and Ho99o9, Cleopatrick hit the London stage once again at Electrowerkz with the support of their friends in Ready The Prince and The Small Black Flowers. Hailing from the small town of Cobourg, Ontario, the Canadian outfit funnels the power of pure, unadulterated rock through a single guitar, a set of drums and one hell of a vocal.

LIVE: Black Country, New Road Headline The Village Underground

Village Underground in Shoreditch is a venue concealing a fascinating and diverse history, having been active as the performance space it is now for 15 years. Prior to that, it was an empty, derelict warehouse, its role as a storage space for the railways of Victorian London forgotten with the coal-blackened hands of the workers who once occupied it.