Evans The Death, Joseph Coward, Happy Hooves – Thursday 24 April

Posted April 22, 2014


Free Entry

London indie pop band Evans The Death are headlining this free Lanzarote show before they take a break to prepare their third album. Support comes from Joseph Coward Happy Hooves.

Pageant: Blue Daisy (Black Acre Records), Siobhan Bell (Work It), Pageant Residents – Friday 25 April

Posted April 22, 2014


Free Entry before 12am/ £5 after

‘Strictly female’ urban soiree PAGEANT returns for a one-off party to raise money for My Leaking Heart, an upcoming documentary about heart disease in young people, co-directed by resident Simon Cross. Expect collages of all-female RNB, Hip Hop, Garage and House from special guests Blue Daisy & Siobhan Bell as well as Pageant residents.


Gum, Low Bias, Manchow, The Well Rested – Sunday 27 April

Posted April 22, 2014


£6 Entry

Shoegazers Gum return to the stage showcasing new material from their upcoming debut album, to be released on Oddbox records. One of the first shows since last year’s european tour with Ringo Deathstarr.

Support comes from Low Bias, Manchow and The Well Rested.

Juicy: Oscar Wildstyle & Wiggie Smalls – Saturday 26 April

Posted April 22, 2014


Juicy presents the monthly road block that brings dancefloor ready hip-hop, R&B and bashment bangers. Oscar Wildstyle and Wiggie Smalls, have played everywhere from Fabric to the Warehouse Project, with the Wu-Tang Clan, Grandmaster Flash, De La Soul, Biz Markie, Dizzee Rascal, Big Boi, Kelis, Big Daddy Kane, Fatlip, DJ Yoda, Ugly Duckling, Westwood, Just Blaze, DJ Shadow, Scratch Perverts, MF DOOM, Mark Ronson, Wiley, Shortee Blitz and plenty of others.


Be Forest, Jupiter C, Abjects – Saturday 26 April

Posted April 22, 2014


Winter was invented during last century’s mid-seventies. The cold came soon after, then precision, the collar of the coat and the rumble-sound in the empty rooms. Everything happened as a result, like a shiver. Before it looked just like a province, your same old and gray province. Now tapes had appeared and had changed everything. The titles in black marker on the side, lined up on the desk: The Cure, Sister Of Mercy, Joy Division, Echo & The Bunnymen, Jesus & Mary Chain, Young Marble Giants, Out Of Cage… You couldn’t stand still, and you haven’t stopped since then.


Minor Alps, Lilliput – Friday 25 April

Posted April 22, 2014

Minor Alps Shacklewell Arms April 2014


Over the last two decades, both Juliana Hatfield and Matthew Caws have carved out long-lasting – and strikingly independent – careers within a dependably fickle music business, Caws with his now 20-year-old New York City group Nada Surf, and Hatfield with the Boston-reared Blake Babies, the Juliana Hatfield Three, Some Girls, as well as a number of releases under her own name. They first worked together in 2008 when he added vocals to the song ‘Such a Beautiful Girl’ from her album How to Walk Away. She quickly returned the favor, singing on the Nada Surf b-side ‘I Wanna Take You Home’.


Wyldeck, Clubs, Phoenix Martins, Sonia Stein – Wednesday 23 April

Posted April 22, 2014


Breakout return with a night offering a host of unsigned and newly signed acts catching the imagination of the industry and music fans alike.

Dark folk rock band Wyldeck are headlining with support from Clubs, Phoenix Martins and Sonia Stein.

Maui, Spoilers, Lupo, Clockwork DJs – Tuesday 22 April

Posted April 22, 2014



‘A hypnotic tapestry of garage-rock inflected psychedelia, recalling the throbbing noise of Wooden Shjips..’

Dirty Water Club Easter Sunday All Dayer: The 45s, Paul Orwell & the Night Falls, The Teamsters, The Baron 4, The See No Evils, The Doldrums, More TBA – Sunday 20 April

Posted April 15, 2014


Tickets: £8 Adv/ £10 Door

Dirty Water Club present an Easter Sunday All-Dayer at the Shacklewell Arms featuring The 45s, Paul Orwell & the Night Falls, The Teamsters, The Baron 4, The See No Evils, The Doldrums and more to be confirmed soon.

DJs, PJ, Jody Porter, Nathalie & Alvar cill be spinning the best of garage, beat, rhythm’n'blues, rockabilly and soul.

Free CD/Vinyl for the first 50 to arrive.

DJ Rags (Livin’ Proof/ NTS), Jamie Rodigan (Headlock), Born Cheating, Asad AZ, Cool Hand Luke, JRDN 420 (The Beat Council) – Saturday 19 April

Posted April 15, 2014


£3 Entry

Sell Off! are only just recovering from the last boogie; a purple haze of shapes thrown and rugs furiously cut. It seems downright fecklessly reckless for them to be doing it again. Utter madness some might say…

And yet, they’ve just announced a very special party this Bank Holiday weekend. Expect the best in dancehall, afrobeat, soul, boogie, house and hip hop.