Summer is finally here and the world cup is consuming us in all its glory which does also mean that gigs are a bit thin on the ground, but there’s still just enough to get your teeth stuck into once the final whistle blows!
Don’t forget there’s 10% off food with an advance ticket for any show, just show your email confirmation, ticket or printout at the bar when ordering.
Last but not least we’re open til at least 2am every night for a post gig drink and dance, plus we’ve got clubnights in the club on weekends!
+ Zuzu + Apre
Thursday 5th July
Monday 9th July
Azniv Korkejian was born in Aleppo, spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia, and grew up to be a nomadic American singer. So naturally, she goes as Bedouine. Her self-titled debut album, out June 23 on Spacebomb Records, is gorgeous, drifting folk music filled with sun. Today Bedouine is sharing the very first single from the album, “Dusty Eyes,” an at-ease, sixties-style track about transient emotions.
Thursday 12th July
“Carefully constructed, straight-to-the-point songs. Soaring, sweeping, swooning songs that rise up, and fall back down in a graceful incline.” Clash Magazine
+ Fresh + Eat Me
Don’t Worry and Specialist Subject Records would like to invite you and all your mates to celebrate the release of the debut Don’t Worry album “Who Cares Anyway?”
Durand Jones & The Indications
Tuesday 17th July
“Easily one of the best deep soul albums we’ve heard in years.” – DUSTY GROOVE
“… soul music that’s so much of the old school that it might as well drive a car with fins.” – MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL
“The album is beautifully produced…Jones absolutely dominates the songs with his powerful, soulful and ever-evolving voice.” – SPILL MAGAZINE
Sunday 22nd July
With a new album out shortly on Domino Recording Company – these are very exciting times for PRAM, one of the most uniquely enthralling underground artists of the last 30 years – their return in these troubling times is extremely welcome!
Birmingham’s Pram craft fairytales from concrete reality. The second city’s spin cycle of perpetual renovation, from the slum clearances to its current cosmetic upgrade, is etched in Pram’s restless groove, an endearing and gently refusenik mix encircling early Rough Trade innovators The Raincoats, astro jazz, sci-fi soundtracks, creepy Victoriana, tropical analogue and tumbledown funk.
To say Pram have always ploughed their own furrow is to underestimate the breadth and scale of their music. To listen to this record is to hear a group who have learned to play together whilst teaching each other a new language. The Moving Frontier is Pram at their most widescreen, they’ve created a mysterious and wonderful landscape that’s sky-wide open.
Even as we Speak
+ Action Painting + Boyracer + Secret Shine
Tuesday 26th July
HISTORIC EVENT! A Night of Sarah Records Bands at The Lexington in London! Come see Even As We Speak, Action Painting, Boyracer, and Secret Shine play together! This may never happen again. See you there!
The Marked Men
+ Honey Joy + Bad Nerves + No Problem
The first and probably only time The Marked Men will play London.