Local live music promoters Fat Out have grown from humble beginnings to be one of the city’s most challenging and beguiling players in the independent music scene. Inspired by the DIY scene in Milton Keynes, Fat Out have maintained their strong principles of putting on riotous music of the most pleasurable kind, as well as eliminating any speck of elitism in their shows. Earlier this year they set up home at Islington Mill’s Event Space to embark upon a two year programming residency, and FAT OUT’S BURROW have curated an eclectic line-up for the month:
A night of sludgy electronic bleakness.
Thu 1 Oct, 7.30pm, £7, www.fatout.co.uk
The Late Sessions w/The Underground Youth & Lola Colt
An evening of shoegaze, post-punk and psychedelic rock.
Sat 3 Oct, 9pm, £9.50, www.seetickets.com
Expansive electronic musician hailing from Cairo who will be performing with a drummer and bass player.
Wed 7 Oct, 7.30pm, www.mauricelouca.bandcamp.com
Electronic musician who has released on Ninja Tune.
Fri 9 Oct, 9pm, £12.50, www.dice.fm
Pen:chant: Spoken Word Event
An evening of spoken word, live music, comedy, cabaret and performance.
Wed 14 Oct, 7.30pm, £5-7, www.skiddle.com
The Space Lady
Obscure cosmic sounds made popular by her use of plugging an old Casio keyboard into a phase-shifter.
Tue 20 Oct, 7pm, £8, www.wegottickets.com
Lydia Lunch: A Residency
Dynamic artist who will present her From the Page to the Stage workshop alongside multiple live performances with Weasel Walter:
Horrible True Confessions
Text-based multimedia performance that combines spoken word and improvisational virtuosity of Weasel Walter.
Tue 27 Oct, 7.30pm, £6, www.skiddle.com
Performances from PINS, Water and ILL, film screenings and an occult immersion from the Wytches.
Sat 31 Oct, 8pm, £7, www.skiddle.com
From the page to the Stage LIVE
Live show performed by the 24 participants who took part in the stage workshops during Lunch’s Samarbeta residency.
Tue 3 Nov, 7.30pm, £3, www.skiddle.com
Japanese four-piece acid punk band.
Wed 28 Oct, 7.30pm, £8, www.fatout.co.uk
Published on: Fri 30 Oct 2015