White heat Club
Tuesday, August 05
White Heat Djs till 3am.
Parakeet + Young Buffalo + Prom Live
Tuesday, August 12
Parakeet are Mariko of Yuck and James from The History Of Apple Pie. Have a listen on soundcloud:
Young Buffalo are joining us from the USA and bringing fuzzy summer harmonies with them.
Expect barely-contained aggression and pent up Freudian urges from this rejection-grade scattering from all corners of the punk/alt/goth axis.
Record producer, multi-instrumentalist, composer and DJ, Martin Dubka is a man of many and often competing musical hats. Attracting the attention of French-touch connoisseur and label boss, Vito DeLuca (aka Aeroplane). The start of a fruitful partnership, Aeroplane enlisted the help of DUBKA for his “Inﬂight Entertainment” compilation. DUBKA is set to release 3 EP’s on the Belgian DJ's imprint, Aeropop over the next 12 months.
Support comes in the form of regular White Heat guest Henry Fry, resident DJ at Orlando Boom and Kate Boss.
Howling Bells Live
Tuesday, August 19
Tickets are £10
After three albums their latest, Heartstrings, has been widely regarded as a rebirth for the Howling Bells, finding themselves in the familiar netherworld between blues, indie and Americana but with their own blackened twist. Get your tickets before they sell out.
Vant's sweaty basement rock is somewhere between garage, indie and a sunset of reckless abandon. Your new favourite band.
White Heat Club
Tuesday, August 26
11 - 3am. White Heat Djs. £5 entry.
Wild Smiles + Tweens + Desperate Journalist + Relics
Tuesday, September 09
Tickets are £6
Hailing from Winchester, Wild Smiles? are a raucous, noise-fuelled fusion of pop and danger. At heart, the band just want to write Beach Boys style hymnals, but what comes out feels more like a distorted, bracing view of Dinosaur Jr or The Jesus And Mary Chain.
Bridget Battle’s last band might have been a high school choir, but the 21-year-old singer for Cincinnati’s Tweens? is no goody two shoes. Look no further for proof than their forthcoming Self-Titled LP, the punk-tinged debut from the trash-pop trio
London Post-Punks Desperate Journalist? bring their moody new wave that has found praise from everyone from Artrocker to The Quietus.
New boys Relics? kicks us off with an almost psychedelic dose of of hypnotic shoegaze.
Followed by White
Heat DJs and guests til 3am.
Natalie McCool + Being there Live
Tuesday, September 16
Tickets are £6 Adv.
Young & Lost signing Natalie McCool joins us.