The Computers | Tue 8 Dec | The Deaf Institute | £8
Swing punks from Exeter performing in support of EP Want the News, Here’s the Blues. See our preview here.
The Magic Numbers | Wed 9 Dec | Gorilla | £16
Pop/indie rock band made up of two pairs of siblings, whose debut album earnt them a Mercury Prize nomination.
Saint Etienne | Wed 9 Dec | Albert Hall | £21.50
Indie/synthpop group whose early records encapsulate house and romantic themes.
Jeffrey Lewis (pictured) & Los Bolts | Wed 9 Dec | The Deaf Institute | £11
Celebrated lyricist Lewis returns with backing band Los Bolts in his latest release Manhattan which tells stories of New York characters.
The Twilight Sad | Thu 10 Dec | Gorilla | £12.50
Scottish post-punk band with elements of shoegaze whose live performances are described as “ear splitting”.
Gnarwolves | Thu 10 Dec | Sound Control | £10
Brighton-based punk rock band.
Cosmos Collapse & Patterns | Fri 11 Dec | Wonder Inn | £5 OTD
Cosmos Collapse will offer a mix of shoegaze, afrobeat and folk while Patterns will perform their shoegaze dreampop.
Ren Harvieu | Fri 11 & Sat 12 Dec | Soup Kitchen | £19.25
Indie and soul singer from Salford performs across two dates for some festive cheer.
Human Hair | Sat 12 Dec | Fallow Cafe | £5 OTD
To celebrate five years since putting on their first gig, Grey Lantern have invited one of their favourite live bands, rowdy guitar pop group Human Hair.
Son Little | Sun 13 Dec | Night & Day Cafe | £9
Soul artist who spent his early years collaborating with The Roots and RJD2.
Published on: Sun 6 Dec 2015