The 405 Gig Guide // 24th-30th September 2012
Birds Need Feet presents Stockholm...
Japandroids + Sleepy Sun – Hornstull Strand // 29th September 2012
Vancouver's Japandroids have been one of the most talked about acts for the past half year with the release of their second full-length, the excellent Celebration Rock. Now they're finally out on a proper European tour and on Saturday they're playing at Hornstull Strand, and thanks to the clubs Fritz's Corner and What We Do Is Secret Californian psychedelic rock act Sleepy Sun is opening the night. One of the finest double-bills in recent memory here in Stockholm.
Click here for more info/tickets.
- 25/09/12: Lemonade – Scandic Grand Central // [Tickets/Info]
- 26/09/12: Woodlands – Lilla Hotellbaren // [Tickets/Info]
- 28/09/12: Van She + World Tour – Hornstull Strand // [Tickets/Info]
- 28/09/12: Calexico + Laura Gibson – Berns // [Tickets/Info]
- 28/09/12: John Paul Keith – Vielle Montague // [Tickets/Info]
Gigs chosen by Johan Alm
King Tuff - The Lexington // 26th September 2012
King Tuff alone would be worth watching, but with Fair Ohs and Cheatahs supporting, this is unmissable.
- 25/09/12: Race Horses - The Lexington // [Tickets/Info]
- 25/09/12: Drop Out Venus - Madame JoJo's // [Tickets/Info]
- 26/09/12: Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves of Destiny - Kings College Student Union // [Tickets/Info]
- 26/09/12: Dan Deacon - Scala // [Tickets/Info]
- 26/09/12: Jaill - Sebright Arms // [Tickets/Info]
- 26/09/12: Telepathe - The Waiting Rooms // [Tickets/Info]
Gigs chosen by Oliver Primus
Warehouse Project Launch Part One – Warehouse Project // 28th September 2012
Festival season has all but finished so that can only mean one thing: Warehouse Project! Many of you outside of Manchester may not have heard of this before, but it is essentially a series of huge all night gigs held in a disused warehouse. Cool, yes? Over the course of a few months, it holds host to some of the biggest and best names in music from a whole range of genres, from Justice, Magnetic man and Skrillex to Bloc Party, Theme Park and Lianne La Havas. This opening party sees the latter perform with around 37 other acts, including Scream and Katy B. Pretty good for one night!
- 25/09/12:Maverick Sabre– Academy 1// [Tickets/Info]
- 25/09/12: Beth Jeans Houghton and the Hooves of Destiny –Deaf Insitute// [Tickets/Info]
- 25/09/12: Telepathe – Soup Kitchen // [Tickets/Info]
- 26/09/12: Richard Hawley– O2 Academy// [Tickets/Info]
- 28/09/12: Azealia Banks –Club Academy// [Tickets/Info]
- 24/09/12: Aiden Grimshaw - Haunt // [Tickets/Info]
- 24/09/12: Venetian Snares - Audio // [Tickets/Info]
- 25/09/12: Jaill – Green Door Store // [Tickets/Info]
- 27/09/12: Gravenhurst – Blind Tiger // [Tickets/Info]
- 28/09/12: Beth Jeans Houghton - Haunt // [Tickets/Info]
- 30/09/12: Hidden Orchestra- Blind Tiger // [Tickets/Info]
- 24/09/12: Smoke Fairies – The Fleece // [Tickets/Info]
- 24/09/12: Twisted Wheel - Thekla // [Tickets/Info]
- 25/09/12: Cult Of Youth – The Croft // [Tickets/Info]
- 25/09/12: Bleech – The Louisiana // [Tickets/Info]
- 30/09/12: Paper Horse – The Fleece // [Tickets/Info]
- 30/09/12: We Are Augustines - Thekla // [Tickets/Info]
- 25/09/12: Skream – The Leadmill // [Tickets/Info]
- 28/09/12: The Subways – O2 Academy // [Tickets/Info]
- 28/09/12: While She Sleeps – Corporation // [Tickets/Info]
- 29/09/12: Death Rays of Ardilla – Bungalows and Bears // [Tickets/Info]
Gigs chosen by Heather Berry
Dan Deacon – Haunt // 29th September 2012
Expect the unexpected as Dan Deacon visits Brighton’s Haunt for what’s set to be an explosive live set.
Gigs chosen by Ed Blow
Telepathe – The Fleece // 26th September 2012
Currently working on some kind of follow-up to 2009's Dance Mother. This Brooklyn duo are either playing at The Fleece or The Croft, but it keeps being moved/changed on various websites, so I actually have no idea where I'm heading to witness their return. Producing catchy and danceable pop nuggets, I am ridiculously excited to see them live, and you should be too.
- Other Gigs
Gigs chosen by Jack McKenna
We Are The Ocean – O2 Academy // 26th September 2012
The Uk’s answer to the now sadly-defunct Alexisonfire look to take on the band’s mantel with the release of third album ‘Maybe Today, Maybe Tomorrow’, the first since the departure of vocalist Dan Brown. It will be interesting to see how the band’s new dynamic minus his barked contributions goes down live.
- Other Gigs
Gigs chosen by Kyle Rice
Happy Monday to you all! Below you'll find a list of the gigs we recommend you check you out. If you have any tips for us, send them our way in the comments section below. Tuesday 28th September Deer Tick @ Cargo Link: Mypace Tickets: Click here to buy Argument: Amazing live. A definite must see. Alternative Dates 29 September - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds 30 September - Deaf Institute, Manchester 1 October - Captain's Rest, Glasgow 2 October - Auntie Annie's, ... (continued) [read more]
Welcome to another edition of The 405 Gig Guide. Here's some of our recommendations for the next two weeks, including a one sentence argument as to why you should attend. If you have any recommendations for us, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below! Monday 31st May Band/Artist: Jeffrey Lewis And The Junkyard Location: Brixton Windmill Tickets: We Got Tickets Argument: Anti-folk brilliance. Tuesday 1st June Band/Artist: Beach House Location:... (continued) [read more]