TOP THREE GIGS – w/c 8th July 2019

BENJAMIN ZIEC. Photo Credit: Unknown

Some stoic Folk-y goodness, a charity bonanza of Notts awesomeness, plus a sunny single launch. x

WEDNESDAY

The musical maestro / magician / ninja that is BENJAMIN ZIEC has yet another project to bless your weekend with. This time he’s basically become a stoic Folk god, with a whole EP’s worth of wisdom, in the form of BENJAMIN ZIEC AND THE RAREBREEDS. He’s throwing a launch at the pretty swish Peggy’s Skylight, and its looking like a proper slick party.

Supporting on the Notts tip is STACEY MCMULLEN. Another man that seems rather wise and shares it through some lovely Folk-y sounds. With a tip of Flamenco, obvs. 

Marco Woolf from Manchester is also supporting.

Wednesday 10th July
Peggy’s Skylight
Doors: 7pm
Price: £6

SATURDAY

Ya officially know its Summer when this happens. Waterfront Festival returns this Saturday, and promises to make this glorious heatwave even sexier. Three stages full of Nottingham music goodness, with all profits going to charity. This year – Forever Stars and Bras Not Bombs

From the acoustic bliss of the outside stage (which lets face it, with a Castle Rock will be lavly), through to the sweaty (in the best way) Leftlion and Gigantic stages. There’s always a bunch of ‘Moments’ at Waterfront. LOWRIE boshing out an emosh rave in 2016, through to TOWERS destroying the LL stage last year. Who’ll gift us those moments this year? Lineup HERE, place your bets x

Saturday 13th June
The Canalhouse
Doors: 1pm
Price: £7.70 adv // £10 otd

SATURDAY

SUNDAZE have got a new single for your beaut lil eardrums – its called Mirror Ball, it’s had some Darwin Deez (of Radar Detector fame) magic, and now its getting a lil party to cleeberate. Ya can also hear a live version on their Future Session HERE. Some would call that well thought out promo… 😇

Support comes from MOON and POINTS OF VIEW. The former making Shoe-Gazey-ish goodness with a Poppy shine, and the latter, the latest project of CAMERON SINCLAIR HARRIS, this time a lot more Punk-y, but still w/ that indie sheen that we love Cam for.

Saturday 13th June
Rough Trade
Doors: 7pm
Price: free

Yours in Love of New Music,
Sam Nahirny x

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