Dilly Dally | Mon 19 Sep | Soup Kitchen | £10
Toronto-based indie punk band with brutal sounds and raw vocals.
Musicians Against Homelessness | Tue 20 Sep | Band on the Wall | £10
The gig will feature Rowetta, Seth Leppard (Black Grape), The Winachi Tribe plus more.
Tangerines | Wed 21 Sep | The Eagle Inn | £5
Peckham-based, scuzzy late ’60s garage rock band.
Plaid | Thu 22 Sep | Deaf Institute | £12.50
Experimental electronic duo whose dexterity with music software positions them as ideal labelmates with Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada.
Brothers Water | Fri 23 Sep | Gullivers | £5
Leeds-based indie rock five piece.
Steve Ignorant’s Slice of Life | Sat 24 Sep | Kraak | £6.5o
Crass frontman plays an intimate acoustic show that allows his more contemplative side of song-writing reveal itself.
Jodie Abacus | Sun 25 Sep | Deaf Institute | £8.50
London-based pop/funk singer whose songs carry groovy hooks.
Published on: Mon 19 Sep 2016
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