Sea zoo + Chaos in the Teahouse + Living Island
Sea zoo + Chaos in the Teahouse + Living Island
Friday
August 28th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
£7.00
VC Pines
VC Pines
Tuesday
September 8th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
£8.05
DISQ
DISQ
Sunday
September 13th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
£9.56
Casey Lowry support from Natalie Shay.
Casey Lowry support from Natalie Shay.
Wednesday
September 23rd
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
free
Fat Cops featuring Al Murray
Fat Cops featuring Al Murray
Friday
September 25th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
£22.50
Humanist + support
Humanist + support
Tuesday
September 29th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
FUR + PHIL MADELEY + LIME
FUR + PHIL MADELEY + LIME
Sunday
October 11th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
8.50 + bf
Brighton-based quartet, FUR, take up residency at the city\\\'s acclaimed grassroots venue. FUR met in Brighton and in the time it takes to get a degree (or not) they made a name for themselves as one of the UK’s most promising bands through live shows and releases soaked in 60s reminiscence. The song ‘If You Know That I’m Lonely’ (what the band consider to be the true starting point of their now loved sound) was the first song to reach a wide audience racking up 20 million views in two years and cemented their position as an exciting emerging talent. In September of 2018 the band signed to Nice Swan records (Sports Team, Pip Blom) and began recording their self titled debut EP with Andy Savours (The Magic Gang, Sorry, My Bloody Valentine). Singles ‘Angel Eyes’ and ‘Him and Her’ were both released in November and February accompanied by music videos directed by good friend (director of previous videos for ‘If You Know That I’m Lonely’ and ‘What Would I Do?’) Ed Zorab. Mid way through their first headline tour later that February, ahead of a sold out show at London’s Omeara, the EP was released. With their first Radio 1 play courtesy of Huw Stephens, continued support from Steve Lamaq, 3 weeks on the radio 6 playlist and many festival appearances in the UK, Europe and Indonesia, the band find themselves on a good path and with a continuously growing fan base it’s exciting times for the Brighton heart throbs.
The Milk + support
The Milk + support
Friday
October 16th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
£17.50 + bf
\\\"Impeccable instrumentation, lush arrangements and some of the most silken, in-the-pocket playing since 1976. With an understated touch, this foursome from eastern England renews the fragrant pleasures of vintage funk and soul. Rather than turn in a sweat-drenched pastiche of R&B, The Milk\\\'s music is all about gentle timing and elite taste. Of course, having a killer vocalist doesn\\\'t hurt. Rick Nunn might be the most convincing blue-eyed soul man since Steve Winwood. Give them a chance and they\\\'ll be hitting the spot you assumed only Marvin Gaye and Bill Withers could reach\\\" Editor Apple Music our life-long friends, Ricky Nunn (vocals), Mitch Ayling (drums) Luke Ayling (bass) and Dan Le Gresley (guitar) formed their first band when they were still at school in Essex, playing countless working men’s clubs, and finally became The Milk. The band have built up a following of dedicated fans around the UK, which has resulted in them selling out venues such as Scala, Koko and Shepherds Bush Empire. Keen to get back on the road where they feel most at home and where the guys really shine, the band offer up a compelling set of diverse styles, matched with an ability to effortlessly intertwine songs together, gives their music a continuous feel to it.Since signing to Wah Wah 45s, the band released their second album \\\"Favourite Worry\\\", which became one of BBC 6 Music’s albums of the year, sold out London\\\'s Union Chapel, toured with the Fun Lovin\\\' Criminals and completed a sell-out UK tour climaxing at London\\\'s KOKO in Camden town .
Lottery Winners
Lottery Winners
Sunday
November 15th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
£10.00
The Ukrainians
The Ukrainians
Saturday
February 20th
8:00 pm
11:00 pm
£12.00