London has lost nearly 40% of music venues in the last decade so now its more important than ever to support your favourite independent music venues to curb this worrying trend.
We have teamed up with Independent Venue Week to put on a top notch schedule of live music from Monday 25th January to Sunday 31st January to make it even easier for you to decide to come out & party.
Join us for a jam session on Monday, when some of the best blues musicians in the big smoke entertain your tortured souls for a mere £3 entry or if Jazz is more your bag, head down on Tuesday to listen to some of the coolest cats in town.
Surf the sea of underground sounds with Wednesday Wipeout showcasing some of the best upcoming acts in the city. Picked by Paloma Faith as the winner of the Shure Creative award in 2010, Joel Bailey will be knocking out soulful, blues inspired shuffles on the 27th, alongside Time Out favourite Lisa Marini, Bernardo & Only Takes A Day.
Carney Kartel will be bringing more carnage on Thursday 28th as London’s finest ghetto surrealists & vaudeville vagabonds take centre stage ft Bad Fractals (Acid Punk / Trailer Trash Rock n Roll), Doghouse (Techno Punk) & Sleaze (Post Punk) LIVE.
Everyone Loves Mary returns on Friday 29th January, this night has previously played host to Rudimental & John Newman, so you may just get to see the next big thing in our intimate setting.
Saturday brings the biggest beats of the week with the Let The Beat Drop, the launch of the new Dookie Squad 12″ on FatHop Records ft live performances from Dookie Squd, Killa Instinct + Chrome & Illinspired.
And last but certainly not least, Rock The Boat on Sunday is a weekly night of electrifying rock. The immensely talented house band & friends cover some of the best rock classics from decades past for seriously smashing Sunday vibes.
Entry varies from £3 to £5 so won’t break the bank, so take your pick & come and support your favourite local independent music venue.
See you on the dancefloor!