As the end of the year is approaching don’t miss the last shows of 2017 in Brighton and London!
Here are our recommendations:
Saturday 2nd December, Nowhere Man Cafe, Brighton (See Tickets)
Signed to Brighton’s record label, rehearsal/recording studio Small Pond, multi-istrumentalist Natalie Evans will be performing a series of shows throughout December. Her upcoming new single ‘In Trees’ is due out on the 8th December, a delicate and simple track which is ahead of her debut album.
03/12 – Cafe Kino, Bristol
04/12 – Sebright arms, London
Wednesday 6th December, The Lexington, London (See Tickets)
Having released his album ‘Wild Imagination’ via Moshi Moshi earlier this year, Sweet Baboo aka North Wales’ musician, Stephen Black will be playing at The Lexington this month. His album has been acclaimed as melodically buoyant and sweetly melancholy record.
The Fiction Aisle
Wednesday 13th December, Hope & Ruin, Brighton (See Tickets)
Brighton’s own, The Fiction Aisle is the latest, in a long-line of projects from the mind of Mercury Prize nominated Electric Soft Parade frontman Thomas White.
If you like epic progressive pop, they’ll be sure to give you a great performance at the Hope!
Friday 15th December, The Haunt, Brighton (See Tickets)
Another Brighton based band, they have just released their EP last week “Blinded”. They’ll be touring all over the UK in December, other dates include Bristol, London, Manchester and more!
Monday 18th December, Servant Jazz Quarters, London (See Tickets)
Releasing ‘Veld’ via Tim Burgess’ label O Genesis Recordings earlier in the year, his solo album is a luminous pop record full of shimmering drones and electroacoustic tracks. A composer and multi-instrumentalist, you’re in for a treat at this gig.