1. BIG ECHO

    Chorusgirl
    Abattoir Blues
    Italia 90
    Oscar B2B Fake Laugh DJs

    CHORUSGIRL
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    ABATTOIR BLUES
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    Italia 90
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  2. SUPER SUNDAY

    Sir Spyro (Rinse FM)
    Spooky Bizzle (Deja Vu)
    Rude Kid Music
    DJ Wonder
    Mystry
    DJ Vectra
    D.O.K
    Jammz

    Super Sunday

    We’re throwing another party at The Old Blue Last in Shoreditch with all these incredible artists.

    Sir Spyro
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    Spooky Bizzle 
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    Rude Kid Music
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    DJ Wonder
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    Mystry
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    DJ Vectra
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    Jammz
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  3. GOLDENVOICE

    Yung
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    YUNG
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  4. RACKET 808

    AKIINE
    Bewilderbeast
    Robert The Bruce
    Racket 808 DJs

    Racket 808
    Racket 808 is a brand new London based electronic club night. We love Electro, Techno, Noise, Electropunk, Krautrock, Ambient and everything in between.

    For our 3rd March mid-week special we have AKIINE releasing her single on Color Station and celebrating its release with us and special guest Bewilderbeast and Robert The Bruce.

    Racket 808 residents Danny and Katie will be on decks all night.

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  5. JLYY

    Vantablack
    Truth Mic DJs

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  6. CLEAN

    Leon Bridges
    Ady Suleiman

    LEON BRIDGES
    What we know about Leon Bridges is that he’s from Fort Worth, Texas and that he brings gospel-tinged soul that feels like it’s coming to us from another decade. It’s proof that there’s a difference between sounding old and sounding timeless. Leon’s music may sound like the ’50s, but that doesn’t make it feel any less powerful today. – Pigeons and Planes
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  7. EAT YOUR OWN EARS

    Gala Drop
    Apiento (DJ Set)
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    GALA DROP
    Gala Drop began life as as a dirty-kneed, delay-pedal drone duo in the Bairro Alto district of Lisbon, opening for the likes of Gang Gang Dance and Excepter.

    New album II (Golf Recordings, Nov, 2014) is the result of a year’s solid rehearsal – a mixture of composition and collective improvisation – and a decade of organic evolution and dogged determinism. The addition of Jerry the Cat’s vocals has changed the band’s musical dynamic yet again. All the elements that made this band so unique and interesting are still there, but their jams are now more tightly structured and focused, more radio- and club-friendly, shorter and more song-orientated. Jerry’s work as a percussionist made him a sympathetic musical collaborator, but his voice is a delightful surprise, adding an unexpectedly soulful dimension to their latest work. He has brought a bittersweet Detroit vibe to some of the tracks on II – not a bangin’ Techno sensibility, but a subtle after-echo of Detroits Past, Present and Future, a lineage that stretches back from the Bellville Three to The Parliaments and beyond. Its not an obvious fit until you plug in and listen, but the Lisbon and Detroit vibes complement one another beautifully; it’s like the two cities were always spiritually twinned, but only Gala Drop ever noticed. They are a restless, constantly-evolving musical adventure – a labour of love – that passionately soaks up sounds from different times and places, and tries to imagine some future-past something that might point us towards a better world.
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  8. RACKET 808

    Worriedaboutsatan
    In Fields
    VIMES
    Shinra Music

    Racket 808
    Racket 808 is a brand new London based electronic club night. We love Electro, Techno, Noise, Electropunk, Krautrock, Ambient and everything in between.

    For our March happening we have the comeback of Manchester legends worriedaboutsatan, who are celebrating the release of their first abum in 6 years, called Even Temper. With additional appearances of In Fields, Cologne’s Vimes (SXSW warm up show) and Shinra Music.

    Racket 808 residents Danny and Katie + Steve Loves You (Sticky) will be on decks all night.
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    Shinra Music
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  9. EXER EVENTS

    Princip
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  10. BRONTONE

    Yes Sunshine
    Knights
    Keroscene

    YES SUNSHINE
    Formed in the spring of 2013, Yes Sunshine are a five piece band from Coventry, who’s distinctive sound is created from a mixture of indie, rock and punk influences.
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    Having Recently been played on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, and XFM, the band have started to make a name for themselves amongst the national scene. With new release ‘Because Of You’ being hailed by the NME as a ‘potential breakout anthem’ the group look set to leave their mark on 2015.

    KNIGHTS
    From north London and inspired by classic bands of the last 2 decades, Knights are ambitious boys simply armed with voice and guitar. From the heart. To the stars. Sing along.
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    KEROSCENE
    As those who have been lucky enough to catch one of their self hosted sweaty warehouse parties in West London will attest, this is the exciting edge of what transatlantic rock sounds like. Pretty much brand new but pretty much a blistering live racket, check out the NME radar section review to back us up. Its not brutal but just vicious enough.
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  11. KARMA COMA

    Trampolene
    Morning Smoke
    Shadow Culture

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  12. DISORDER

    Allusondrugs
    Special Guest
    Colour Of Spring
    Falls
    Disorder DJs

    ALLUSONDRUGS
    “These West Yorkshire newcomers create a mesmerising concoction of psychedelia set to blissed-out vocals that sound like they’ve arrived via some metal influences. New single “Nervous” features spaced-out guitar work set to a sultry bass line that quickly expands into a chorus of full-frontal grunge fuckery” – NME

    “A trippy injection of bulldozing riffs, hypnotic vocals and mosh pit igniting fury… Grunge revivalism is in rude health, thanks to riff-hungry bands such as Allusondrugs and Dinosaur Pile Up” – Q MAGAZINE
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    FALLS
    It has a real energy, there’s so much going on, it’s absolutely INSANE. – Jen Long, BBC Introducing

    Blistering Riffs, incredible vocals and frankly too much flesh. – BBC Radio 1

    Intelligent, thrilling pain for your ears. An extremely compelling noise. PHENOMENAL. – Adam Walton, BBC Wales

    A really eclectic listen, a massive exuberance comes through. – Tim Dellow, Transgressive Records
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  13. ANTIDOTES

    Shinies
    St. Tropez
    Ex’s
    Antidotes DJs

    SHINIES
    “Mancunian DIYers Shinies […] peddle a blend of shoegaze, rock, kraut-pop and post-punk. Produced by MJ of Hookworms, ‘Nothing Like Something Happens Anywhere’ is a visceral anthology that delves deep into the nitty-gritty of life, tackling themes such as nostalgia, regret and existentialism. To accompany the deep lyrical webs, they’ve made equally deep and complex sonic tableaux. It’s loud, often messy, but thoroughly engrossing.” – The Line Of Best Fit
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    EX’S
    “Ex’s offered up an almighty headrush with their ‘Oh, Boy’ debut, a soaring track mixing noir wave and shoegaze in an effortless to-and-fro. With ‘I Wanna’, their second song to date, they bring a controlled sense of frenzy. Fire-starting guitar lines collide, a sense of dissonance matching up with every move. Like crossing Warpaint and Viet Cong in a dazzling witch hunt of happiness, this is a bitter-tasting, beautiful blending of ideas.” – DIY
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    ANTIDOTES DJs
    Playing… Uptown Funk, Tame Impala, Arctic Monkeys, The Black Tambourines, Splashh, Wolf Alice, Fat White Family, Telegram, Pond, Iggy & The Stooges, Warpaint, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Peace, Ramones, Blondie, Cherry Glazerr, Foals, QOTSA, Supergrass, Superfood, The Cure, The Orwells, The Smiths, Blur and more

  14. KANADA

    Rebeka
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    REBEKA
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  15. CLEAN

    The Slow Revolt
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    THE SLOW REVOLT
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  16. LONDON CENTRE OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

    LCCM Year 3

    LONDON CENTRE OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC
    Year 3 Performance Students perform and delight at the awesome The Old Blue Last.
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  17. KANADA

    ticktock
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    TICKTOCK
    Part-Danish, and nominal part-English citizen, Sebastian Zieler (ticktock) is ready to release his latest EP. Cryptically entitled ‘TCOLT EP’, this is the product of long sessions spent drawing sound with MS Paint-looking audio-imaging software, live recording and technical playfulness. The result is immediate, but otherworldly – like pop conceived of elsewhere.

    Eager listening, from obscure DIY-punk to minimal techno to Destiny’s Child (just listen to ‘Would You Look At God Go!’) the influences are many and varied, but no matter the technical approach, and no matter what genres and specific artists may be referenced sonically, the red thread in ticktock’s music is an interest in the world: a profoundly enamoured and confused longing that permeates the EP from start to finish.
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  18. PINK MIST

    Amplifier
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    AMPLIFIER
    With a career that spans almost 1000 gigs of every conceivable size over 14 years and 8 records – including the behemoth double album The Octopus, regarded by many as a modern classic – Amplifier have progressed past being simply a band and have become a zen-like state of being.

    This special one-off show at The Old Blue Last will see them bring their towering space rock to an altogether more intimate setting. Expect them to tear the roof clean off.
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  19. VENICE TRIP

    Venice Trip
    Lupo
    Orange Vision

    Venice Trip
    ‘This four piece have a psychedelic edge to their sound reminiscent of The Doors or Pink Floyd although every composition tends to evolve into something quite their own and unexpected.’ Hughie Dixon.
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    Lupo
    ‘A softly lush, lyrical and melodic Psych landscape where Syd Barrett would likely have felt at home.’ – Artrocker
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    Orange Vision
    Orange Vision, a four-piece band from Oxford, influenced by post punk, glam and shoegaze sounds such as, The Horrors and T-Rex producing melodic pop pieces with a new wave element. Their reverb drenched guitar anthems are ‘bowling over’ (NME) and are showing the promise of a very successful band.
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  20. OLD EMPIRE & HUMAN_DISEASE_PROMO

    Ommadon
    Bismuth
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    OMMADON
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  21. THE FACEMELTER

    Polymath
    Lost In The Riots
    Pocket Apocalypse

    POLYMATH
    Growing stronger with every single release and gig, the Brighton-based trio have blown audiences away at every respectable prog, post-rock and math rock festival and gig in the UK and, after teasing fans with a few online single releases, smashed their crowdfunding campaign to record and release their debut EP on Lonely Voyage Records, who also organised their joint UK/European tour with Lost In The Riots.

    Nobody who’s ever seen them perform live is in any doubt.
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    LOST IN THE RIOTS
    One of the most fun live bands in the math rock scene today. Gradually swaying all of our loyalties with a few single releases, both of their albums ‘Stranger In The Alps’ and ‘Move On, Make Trails’ were widely acclaimed and resulted in an immensely succesful European tour.
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    POCKET APOCALYPSE
    Energetic band from Liverpool, fusing delicate melodic post-rock with the playfulness of math rock and occasional hard-biting riffs of stoner rock. After playing numerous gigs including at Newpath and Liverpool Fringe Festivals, it’s time to head down south.
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  22. CLUB PSYCHEDELIA

    The Electric Ride
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    Kassassin Street
    Spynes

    THE ELECTRIC RIDE
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  23. BIRD ON THE WIRE

    Dune Rats
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    DUNE RATS
    At a time when true rock tales are rare, Dune Rats are traveling the globe as punk rock pied pipers, attracting an army of ferocious life enthusiasts who are as willing to throw the dice, turn reality sideways and roll with whatever goes.
    Their first full-length record began life after reading a letter Steve Albini wrote to Nirvana before recording In Utero. If Dune Rats couldn’t record their album in little over a week, they had no right to be in a rock band. So they did.
    ‘Funny Guy’, the first single from the brand new album is an anthem calling out to all those that feel the need to look like something they ain’t.
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  24. P-ROCK

    Versus You & The Gospel Youth (Co-headlining)
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    VERSUS YOU
    Versus You is a four-piece punk rock, pop-punk band from Luxembourg, founded in 2005 by Eric Rosenfeld and Giordano Bruno.
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  25. PINK MIST

    Modern Life Is War
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    • Thursday
      9 April
    • Entry: SOLD OUT
    • Doors: 8pm-12am

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    MODERN LIFE IS WAR
    Modern Life Is War, have today announced an extra London show after The Underworld sold out immediately. The band will play an intimate show on 9th April at London’s Old Blue Last. Tickets go on sale Friday 7th November.

    Not only one of the most beloved bands in the punk rock/hardcore world, but one of the most important of the last decade, are set to return to the UK and Europe for a string of dates since they announced they had reformed in April 2013.

    “It’s been too long since we’ve been to the UK and Europe” says singer Jeff Eaton. “A big thank you to all of you who have continually supported this band and awaited our return. April can’t come soon enough!”

    The band released three highly influential albums before announcing a temporary hiatus in 2007. “Fever Hunting” is Modern Life is War’s triumphant 2013 return to form with the original lineup of Chris Honeck, Matt Hoffman, Jeffrey Eaton, Tyler Oleson and John Eich in place. A true story of their collective coming of age, “Fever Hunting” plays and reads as an open diary of their last five years. Exposing every frayed nerve and internal struggle that it’s creators carried deep within their hearts. Impassioned, embattled, and forever resilient to the world outside.
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  26. PINK MIST

    Steady Hands
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    STEADY HANDS (Sean from Modern Baseball)
    With their show at The Dome at the end of the March selling out months in advance, Modern Baseball drummer Sean Huber is taking a few days off from his (sorta) day-job to take his folk-punk solo project out on the road in the UK for the first time.

    Inspired by Billy Bragg, Bruce Springsteen, Frank Turner, and other classic punk influenced songwriters, Huber began thrashing his way through Philadelphia bars and basements in 2012. Fuelled by his endless love of life on the road, Huber took advantage of his vacation time, winning over crowds and accruing a name for himself through his live show. With the simplicity and rawness of a sole honest voice and acoustic guitar Huber wears his heart on his sleeve and the gruff in his voice like a trophy.
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  27. SJM

    Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas
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    Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas
    “Jessica Hernandez is from Detroit, and by Detroit I mean Detroit, not its leafy suburbs. Detroit, the famously gritty city where musical magic happens, where soul music rocks, and rock music has an R&B foundation. The city where both “Going to A Go-Go” and “Kick Out the Jams” were written and recorded. And Jessica Hernandez is a proud carrier of that rich musical tradition. She’s a rock’n’soul powerhouse blessed with an unmistakable voice and charisma to burn.” When You Motor Away

    “Jessica Hernandez and her Deltas had this interesting twist as the music they played was simply unclassifiable, and could sometimes take some bohemian-cabaret, or gypsy-jazz or even funky-bluesy-soul turn. It was always festive, with a dark side, and everything sounded authentic.” Rock NYC Live and Recorded

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  28. SJM CONCERTS

    July Talk
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    JULY TALK
    Despite their relatively young union, the primary pair behind July Talk has already established its own sonancy: a sound rooted in roots and Americana with the dual-voice charm of Johnny and June, the creepy quirkiness of Tom Waits, and the hooks of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. It’s a very unique blend that borrows from different decades and domains, though where those influences begin and end is cleverly disguised.
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  29. SJM Concerts

    Dessa
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    DESSA
    From this moment on Dessa — oft­­described as “Mos Def plus Dorothy Parker” for the wit and flow shown off on previous solo albums A Badly Broken Code and Castor, The Twin — proves she has truly coalesced as an artist, transcending the restrictions of genre to reveal an astonishing multi-platform voice.
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  30. SJM CONCERTS

    Dessa Plus special Guests

    DESSA
    From its first track, Dessa’s new full­length Parts of Speech (6.25.13, Doomtree Records) announces itself as something different. The Doomtree veteran and inveterate wordsmith — having proved her mettle in the fields of creative non­fiction, spoken­word and hip­hop — jettisons all genre expectations on “The Man I Knew” and croons a heartbreaking lament to a disintegrating relationship at an explosively­building clip.

    From this moment on Dessa — oft­­described as “Mos Def plus Dorothy Parker” for the wit and flow shown off on previous solo albums A Badly Broken Code and Castor, The Twin — proves she has truly coalesced as an artist, transcending the restrictions of genre to reveal an astonishing multi- platform voice.
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  31. LIVE NATION

    Arkells
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    ARKELLS
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  32. P-ROCK

    River Jumpers
    Midday Committee
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    What Ever Happened To P-Rock? are excited to announce a free show from River Jumpers and Midday Committee, full line-up TBC

    River Jumpers
    One of the UK’s most exciting Pop Punk bands coming straight out of Brighton.
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    Midday Committee
    Off of the back of their “Girls In Open C” EP, Portsmouth’s very own Midday Committee will be playing alongside RJ on this tour.
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