15
Aug
WE’RE TAKING A BREAK!
With most of our writers off enjoying the semi-glorious summer, we here at B-Side will be taking a break over the next couple of weeks to think long and hard about what we’ve done.
We’ll be back in full force with the usual barrage of folly and foolishness on Saturday 1st September.  While we’re off sunning ourselves, if you happen to live in any of the following rock cities, we recommend checking out the following websites for up-to-date music news and announcements:
Bury St Edmunds:  Live Music – Bury St Edmunds (Facebook group)Cambridge: Slate The Disco (online magazine)Ipswich: Ipswich Gigs (Facebook page)
We’ve also posted full gig listings for the rest of August below, so you’ll never be short of something exciting to do.
In the meantime, please continue sending us press releases, links, gig listings and articles (click here for our contact details) and we’ll be in touch when we return.
 
Much love, enjoy the sunshine!
Joe, Neil, Seymour and KateThe B-Side Editorial Team
 
AUGUST 2012 – EAST ANGLIAN GIG LISTINGS
Wednesday 15th - Norwich - Waterfront StudioYour Demise, TRC & Landscapes£8 Entry - 14+
Thursday 16th - Bury St Edmunds - LPWashing Machine presents: These Ghosts, Black Sands & The Waxing Captors£3 Entry - 16+
Thursday 16th - Colchester - The SoundhouseEssex Rocks presents: Three Thrones, Silent Divide & The Domestics
Thursday 16th - Harlow - The SquareThe Slytones, Porcupine Kiss, DEFEAT & Rob Aitken£4 Entry - 16+
Thursday 16th - Peterborough - Club RevolutionGreen Mind presents: Your Demise£9 (adv) Entry - 14+
Friday 17th - Norwich - Waterfront StudioHathaway£5 Entry - 14+
Saturday 18th - Bury St Edmunds - The LPDJ Monsieur Me
Saturday 18th - Cambridge - The JunctionLoud Stuff presents: That Sunday Feeling, A Day Overdue, Falling Faster, Grey Goes Down, The City Calls & Count The Days£8 Entry
Saturday 18th - Cambridge - The Man On The MoonGeno Washington and The Yoyo Blues£12 Entry
Saturday 18th - Colchester - The SoundhousePistols & Vultures and Silvertruth
Saturday 18th - Norwich - Waterfront StudioMosh Against Cancer featuring: Annotations Of An Autopsy, Crooked Minds, We Can’t Dance, High Hopes & Settle For Second£4 Entry - 14+
Monday 20th - Cambridge - The Junction J2Howler & Violet Bones£9 (adv) Entry
Wednesday 22nd - Cambridge - The Portland ArmsGreen Mind presents: Paul Kelly£12 (adv) Entry - 18+
Thursday 23rd - Great Bardfield - High BarnLarkin Poe & David Booth£15.50 Entry
Thursday 23rd - Harlow - The SquareCrawl, Avolent & Badlock£4 Entry - 16+
Thursday 23rd - Norwich - Arts CentrePaul Kelly£10-12 Entry
Friday 24th - Norwich - Arts CentreThe Wailing Souls£15-16.50 Entry
Friday 24th - Norwich - OpenScott Wright, Bill Downs, Empire & Hemingway£4 Entry - 18+
Saturday 25th - Bury St Edmunds - The LPDJ Monsieur Me
Saturday 25th - Cambridge - The JunctionBand Of Skulls£15 (adv) Entry
Tuesday 28th - Cambridge - The JunctionGrizzly Bear & Perfume Genius£19.50 (adv) Entry
Wednesday 29th - Norwich - Waterfront StudioPolar Bear Club£10 Entry - 14+
Thursday 30th - Great Bardfield - High BarnThe Ben Smith Band£8 Entry
Friday 31st - Cambridge - The JunctionGavin Butler (The Blackout) + Neil Starr (Attack! Attack!), Chasing Out Laws, Lost At Seven & Chasing Cadence£8 (adv) Entry
Friday 31st - Great Bardfield - High BarnEdwina Hayes & Paul Mosley£10.50 Entry
Friday 31st - Harlow - The SquareSwingin’ Utters, Our Time Down Here & Cyco Jake and The Fuck Ups£10 Entry - 16+
Saturday 1st September - Bury St Edmunds - The Hunter ClubWashing Machine presents: The Cads, The Facade, Poesi and Nik Lowe£5 entry, £4 u-18/NUS - 14+

WE’RE TAKING A BREAK!

With most of our writers off enjoying the semi-glorious summer, we here at B-Side will be taking a break over the next couple of weeks to think long and hard about what we’ve done.

We’ll be back in full force with the usual barrage of folly and foolishness on Saturday 1st September.  While we’re off sunning ourselves, if you happen to live in any of the following rock cities, we recommend checking out the following websites for up-to-date music news and announcements:

Bury St EdmundsLive Music – Bury St Edmunds (Facebook group)
Cambridge: Slate The Disco (online magazine)
Ipswich: Ipswich Gigs (Facebook page)

We’ve also posted full gig listings for the rest of August below, so you’ll never be short of something exciting to do.

In the meantime, please continue sending us press releases, links, gig listings and articles (click here for our contact details) and we’ll be in touch when we return.

 

Much love, enjoy the sunshine!

Joe, Neil, Seymour and Kate
The B-Side Editorial Team

 

AUGUST 2012 – EAST ANGLIAN GIG LISTINGS

Wednesday 15th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Your Demise, TRC & Landscapes
£8 Entry - 14+

Thursday 16th - Bury St Edmunds - LP
Washing Machine presents: These Ghosts, Black Sands & The Waxing Captors
£3 Entry - 16+

Thursday 16th - Colchester - The Soundhouse
Essex Rocks presents: Three Thrones, Silent Divide & The Domestics

Thursday 16th - Harlow - The Square
The Slytones, Porcupine Kiss, DEFEAT & Rob Aitken
£4 Entry - 16+

Thursday 16th - Peterborough - Club Revolution
Green Mind presents: Your Demise
£9 (adv) Entry - 14+

Friday 17th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Hathaway
£5 Entry - 14+

Saturday 18th - Bury St Edmunds - The LP
DJ Monsieur Me

Saturday 18th - Cambridge - The Junction
Loud Stuff presents: That Sunday Feeling, A Day Overdue, Falling Faster, Grey Goes Down, The City Calls & Count The Days
£8 Entry

Saturday 18th - Cambridge - The Man On The Moon
Geno Washington and The Yoyo Blues
£12 Entry

Saturday 18th - Colchester - The Soundhouse
Pistols & Vultures and Silvertruth

Saturday 18th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Mosh Against Cancer featuring: Annotations Of An Autopsy, Crooked Minds, We Can’t Dance, High Hopes & Settle For Second
£4 Entry - 14+

Monday 20th - Cambridge - The Junction J2
Howler & Violet Bones
£9 (adv) Entry

Wednesday 22nd - Cambridge - The Portland Arms
Green Mind presents: Paul Kelly
£12 (adv) Entry - 18+

Thursday 23rd - Great Bardfield - High Barn
Larkin Poe & David Booth
£15.50 Entry

Thursday 23rd - Harlow - The Square
Crawl, Avolent & Badlock
£4 Entry - 16+

Thursday 23rd - Norwich - Arts Centre
Paul Kelly
£10-12 Entry

Friday 24th - Norwich - Arts Centre
The Wailing Souls
£15-16.50 Entry

Friday 24th - Norwich - Open
Scott Wright, Bill Downs, Empire & Hemingway
£4 Entry - 18+

Saturday 25th - Bury St Edmunds - The LP
DJ Monsieur Me

Saturday 25th - Cambridge - The Junction
Band Of Skulls
£15 (adv) Entry

Tuesday 28th - Cambridge - The Junction
Grizzly Bear & Perfume Genius
£19.50 (adv) Entry

Wednesday 29th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Polar Bear Club
£10 Entry - 14+

Thursday 30th - Great Bardfield - High Barn
The Ben Smith Band
£8 Entry

Friday 31st - Cambridge - The Junction
Gavin Butler (The Blackout) + Neil Starr (Attack! Attack!), Chasing Out Laws, Lost At Seven & Chasing Cadence
£8 (adv) Entry

Friday 31st - Great Bardfield - High Barn
Edwina Hayes & Paul Mosley
£10.50 Entry

Friday 31st - Harlow - The Square
Swingin’ Utters, Our Time Down Here & Cyco Jake and The Fuck Ups
£10 Entry - 16+

Saturday 1st September - Bury St Edmunds - The Hunter Club
Washing Machine presents: The Cads, The Facade, Poesi and Nik Lowe
£5 entry, £4 u-18/NUS - 14+

15
Aug
INTERVIEW:
IN CONVERSATION – TREEHEAD
With the band still sweating and hoarse from belting out masterfully-delivered vocals, top Cambridge webzine Slatethedisco.com caught up with local indie-rock band Treehead in The Corner House beer garden.
CLICK HERE to hear the full interview!
 
LINKS:www.slatethedisco.comwww.facebook.com/TreeHeadOfficial

INTERVIEW:

IN CONVERSATION – TREEHEAD

With the band still sweating and hoarse from belting out masterfully-delivered vocals, top Cambridge webzine Slatethedisco.com caught up with local indie-rock band Treehead in The Corner House beer garden.

CLICK HERE to hear the full interview!

 

LINKS:
www.slatethedisco.com
www.facebook.com/TreeHeadOfficial

13
Aug
NEWS:
KILLAMONJAMBO, SCARE THE NORMALS & LEWIS MOKLER BLOW OUT THE APEX
It may seem a long way off, but we’re thrilled to pieces to announce that B-Side will be hosting the mother of all blow-outs to see out 2012 with a huge party at Bury St Edmunds supervenue The Apex.
The Washing Machine End Of Year Blowout will take place on Saturday 29th December, and headlining will be fast-rising super-skanking sextet Killamonjambo (recently signed to Epic, and shortly due to head off on tour with both Ed Sheeran and Madness).  Joining them as hot supports will be Bury’s own hip-hop punk kings Scare The Normals, Newmarket singer-star Lewis Mokler (whose recent debut, Fingertips, hit #6 on the iTunes singer-songwriter chart), and Bury/Norwich punk heroes Luvdump.  PLUS DJ Dick Phillips of The Vitamins will be bringing good cheer on the ones and twos throughout the evening.
Tickets will be £7 on the night, but 100 “Early Bird” tickets are available RIGHT NOW at the ludicrous bargain price of £4, so we strongly advise jumping in there and grabbing them while you can.
You can get tickets RIGHT HERE, and the Facebook event page is here.  
Yeah yeah!!!
 
Photo: Killamonjambo

NEWS:

KILLAMONJAMBO, SCARE THE NORMALS & LEWIS MOKLER BLOW OUT THE APEX

It may seem a long way off, but we’re thrilled to pieces to announce that B-Side will be hosting the mother of all blow-outs to see out 2012 with a huge party at Bury St Edmunds supervenue The Apex.

The Washing Machine End Of Year Blowout will take place on Saturday 29th December, and headlining will be fast-rising super-skanking sextet Killamonjambo (recently signed to Epic, and shortly due to head off on tour with both Ed Sheeran and Madness).  Joining them as hot supports will be Bury’s own hip-hop punk kings Scare The Normals, Newmarket singer-star Lewis Mokler (whose recent debut, Fingertips, hit #6 on the iTunes singer-songwriter chart), and Bury/Norwich punk heroes Luvdump.  PLUS DJ Dick Phillips of The Vitamins will be bringing good cheer on the ones and twos throughout the evening.

Tickets will be £7 on the night, but 100 “Early Bird” tickets are available RIGHT NOW at the ludicrous bargain price of £4, so we strongly advise jumping in there and grabbing them while you can.

You can get tickets RIGHT HERE, and the Facebook event page is here.  

Yeah yeah!!!

 

Photo: Killamonjambo

13
Aug

MONET – THE CHASE

Bury St Edmunds “guitar-led pop” four-piece Monet have built up quite a big following since unveiling themselves back in February, due in no small part to rather good debut EP The Chase earning the band extremely nice reviews (including one from this very publication – click here to read).

Monet are preparing to wow Bury St Edmunds with their first big hometown headline show at The Hunter Club on Saturday 15th September; speaking to B-Side, guitarist Lew Parker has promised that fans can expect to hear new songs a-plenty on the night.  Support comes from Fenrir, The Domestics and Trunkdog, and you can buy tickets right here.

In the meantime, if you fancy staring awhile at Monet’s boy band good looks, more videos (including exclusive acoustic sessions) are on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/monetband

13
Aug
NEWS:
BASTILLE STORMS NORWICH
Tall-haired cred-pop wunderkind Bastille will be playing a guerrilla gig in Norwich on 23rd August, as part of a UK tour to plug his new single, Bad Blood.
Being a guerrilla gig, the location is currently be kept a closely-guarded secret – the only confirmed detail is that it will start at 7pm – so we recommend keeping a close eye on his official Facebook and Twitter pages:
www.twitter.com/bastilledanwww.facebook.com/bastilleuk
 
Photo: Bastille live

NEWS:

BASTILLE STORMS NORWICH

Tall-haired cred-pop wunderkind Bastille will be playing a guerrilla gig in Norwich on 23rd August, as part of a UK tour to plug his new single, Bad Blood.

Being a guerrilla gig, the location is currently be kept a closely-guarded secret – the only confirmed detail is that it will start at 7pm – so we recommend keeping a close eye on his official Facebook and Twitter pages:

www.twitter.com/bastilledan
www.facebook.com/bastilleuk

 

Photo: Bastille live

13
Aug

HYPERMAGIC – APPARATUS

Back in the early 2000’s, a musician known simply as “Gish” became celebrated as lead guitarist of Bury St Edmunds indie/punk four-piece Miss Black America; reviews frothed about his cut-above plank-spanking skills, and everyone from Guitarist magazine to the Independent took the time to interview him about his axe-thrusting mastery. 

Quitting MBA at the end of 2002, Gish busied himself with a variety of projects, some wildly experimental, some more straightforward: hooking up with Bournemouth ambient-pop maestro Tex La Homa for a tour of European festivals; joining Bury-based alt-rockers My Hi-Fi Sister; providing guitars and production for former Exiles drummer Bob Halliwell; creating an unholy din with avant garde noise terrorists Jack Nicholson and Sunshine Republic; and making an array of new tunes, collaborations and remixes available as free downloads through his website way before everyone else started doing it. 

Somehow, however, Gish’s own stuff always seemed to take second place to his extra-curricular activities.  So we were delighted when it became clear that his new solo venture, Hypermagic, was very much a full-time venture for the former indie pin-up; indeed, so enamoured were we of his debut album, Sugar, that we wrote this lovely review about it.

There’s now talk of Hypermagic becoming a live concern, and if you’ve ever seen Gish play live, you’ll understand why this is a serious cause for some excitement.  By way of demonstrating his extreme aptitude with a 6-string, here’s a recent video of Gish creating a Hypermagic song in his home studio.  Note that he appears to do the entire song in one take per guitar part.

 

To hear and download more by Hypermagic, take a peek at www.hypermagic.bandcamp.com

13
Aug
COMPETITION:
WIN! FREE TICKETS TO SEE THESE GHOSTS, THE VITAMINS, THE WAXING CAPTORS & FAT POPPADADDYS IN BURY ST EDMUNDS
This coming Thursday, 16th August, a leg-wettingly throb-inducing bevy of delicious indie men will descend, like sexy aliens in Top Man clothing, on Bury St Edmunds as These Ghosts, The Vitamins and The Waxing Captors hit The LP for Washing Machine’s A-Level Results Party, with legendary DJs Fat Poppadaddys providing funky goodtimes into the wee small hours.
It’s £3 to get in, but two lucky B-Side readers can side-step such trivialities as “paying” and swan into the club like P. Diddy by answering the following question correctly:
 
Vitamins are good for you.  But which of the following is not a real vitamin?
a)    Vitamin Ab)    Vitamin Bc)    Vitamin Cock
To enter, simply e-mail your answer to b-side@toonteenrecords.co.uk with the subject heading “When I grow up, I want to be a horse.”  And may God have mercy upon your soul.
 
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Closing date for this competition is 6pm BST on Wednesday 15th August.  Entrants must be aged 16 or over.  Winners will be notified via e-mail by 11pm BST on Wednesday 15th August.  The editor’s decision is final and no amount of bribery could possibly change his mind, although you’re welcome to test that theory.
 
Photo: The Vitamins demonstrate what a real band looks like.

COMPETITION:

WIN! FREE TICKETS TO SEE THESE GHOSTS, THE VITAMINS, THE WAXING CAPTORS & FAT POPPADADDYS IN BURY ST EDMUNDS

This coming Thursday, 16th August, a leg-wettingly throb-inducing bevy of delicious indie men will descend, like sexy aliens in Top Man clothing, on Bury St Edmunds as These Ghosts, The Vitamins and The Waxing Captors hit The LP for Washing Machine’s A-Level Results Party, with legendary DJs Fat Poppadaddys providing funky goodtimes into the wee small hours.

It’s £3 to get in, but two lucky B-Side readers can side-step such trivialities as “paying” and swan into the club like P. Diddy by answering the following question correctly:

 

Vitamins are good for you.  But which of the following is not a real vitamin?

a)    Vitamin A
b)    Vitamin B
c)    Vitamin Cock

To enter, simply e-mail your answer to b-side@toonteenrecords.co.uk with the subject heading “When I grow up, I want to be a horse.”  And may God have mercy upon your soul.

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Closing date for this competition is 6pm BST on Wednesday 15th August.  Entrants must be aged 16 or over.  Winners will be notified via e-mail by 11pm BST on Wednesday 15th August.  The editor’s decision is final and no amount of bribery could possibly change his mind, although you’re welcome to test that theory.

 

Photo: The Vitamins demonstrate what a real band looks like.

13
Aug

REEL BIG FISH – I DARE YOU TO BREAK MY HEART

Californian ska-punk sextet Reel Big Fish hit Colchester Arts Centre next Tuesday, 14th August, so to get you in the mood, here’s the video for a track from their new album, Candy Coated Fury.

Candy Coated Fury – which has been received rather well by people who like that sort of thing – is the band’s seventh studio album, their first in five years, was apparently almost called Honk If You’re Horny and features a ska-punk reworking of British indie band The Wonder Stuff’s 1989 hit Don’t Let Me Down Gently (for comparison, you can see the original version “live” on Top Of The Pops right here). 

According to RBF’s frontman and songwriter Aaron Bennett, I Dare You To Break My Heart was influenced by The Darkness and sounds like Kiss.  We’ll leave you to judge for yourselves whether you can hear traces of either.

Tickets for Tuesday’s gig are here; for more insights on what Reel Big Fish think they sound like, head over to www.reel-big-fish.com

13
Aug
Feature:
TALES FROM THE BACKSIDE:#1: INTERVIEW WITH THE STEREOPHONICS, 1997
Here at B-Side, we’re as keen to celebrate East Anglia’s musical history as we are to enthuse about its present and future.  Although local scenes around the area may have wobbled on and off – often depending on how many promoters and venues were willing to put their balls on the line (figuratively speaking) and give local bands a reason to exist – there have always been interesting things going on somewhere in the region at any given time.  So from hereon in, we’ll be trawling the internet for interviews, reviews, features, videos and general insane scribblings from the frontlines of East Anglia’s musical history, and bringing you the best, most intriguing or at least strangest things we find.
To get you started, here’s one we found online thanks to R*E*P*E*A*T Fanzine’s Richard Rose: an interview with Kelly Jones - frontman of soon-to-be-massive Cwmaman rock trio Stereophonics - conducted by The Polymath Perspective backstage at Cambridge Junction in Summer 1997.  Strange though it may now seem, at that time Stereophonics (along with also-soon-to-be-massive rock types Travis) were almost exclusively the preserve of heavily-eyelinered fanzine writers and trawled tirelessly around the country, playing to enthusiastic but generally meagre crowds.  But by November 1998, the band had scored a #3 hit with (actually pretty awesome) none-more-rock single The Bartender And The Thief; its parent album, Performance and Cocktails, went on to sell two million copies and the rest, as they say, is geography.
CLICK HERE to read the interview.

NOTES OF POSSIBLE INTEREST:
The “amateur local fanzine” mentioned in the article was a Bury St Edmunds-based A4 effort entitled Notes From Underground; the “two eager and attractive young girls” were named Natalie and Vicky, both BiS and Kenickie-obsessed Thurston Community College students whose pictures later appeared in the sleeve of Travis’s debut album, Good Feeling.  
Notes From Underground’s singles reviewer was none other than B-Side’s Features and Reviews Editor, Seymour Quigley.
AC Acoustics – mentioned by Kelly Jones in the interview – were a Glaswegian four-piece, whose second album, 1997’s Victory Parts, quite rightly won them a great deal of critical acclaim.  The band’s singer, Paul Campion, would later co-write Placebo’s 1999 hit single Every You Every Me.
R*E*P*E*A*T Fanzine issues #9 and #10 also featured Stereophonics interviews and reviews from this gig; you can buy the printed versions here.   
 
Photo: Stereophonics poster from 1997, captured by anothermusic

Feature:

TALES FROM THE BACKSIDE:
#1: INTERVIEW WITH THE STEREOPHONICS, 1997

Here at B-Side, we’re as keen to celebrate East Anglia’s musical history as we are to enthuse about its present and future.  Although local scenes around the area may have wobbled on and off – often depending on how many promoters and venues were willing to put their balls on the line (figuratively speaking) and give local bands a reason to exist – there have always been interesting things going on somewhere in the region at any given time.  So from hereon in, we’ll be trawling the internet for interviews, reviews, features, videos and general insane scribblings from the frontlines of East Anglia’s musical history, and bringing you the best, most intriguing or at least strangest things we find.

To get you started, here’s one we found online thanks to R*E*P*E*A*T Fanzine’s Richard Rose: an interview with Kelly Jones - frontman of soon-to-be-massive Cwmaman rock trio Stereophonics - conducted by The Polymath Perspective backstage at Cambridge Junction in Summer 1997.  Strange though it may now seem, at that time Stereophonics (along with also-soon-to-be-massive rock types Travis) were almost exclusively the preserve of heavily-eyelinered fanzine writers and trawled tirelessly around the country, playing to enthusiastic but generally meagre crowds.  But by November 1998, the band had scored a #3 hit with (actually pretty awesome) none-more-rock single The Bartender And The Thief; its parent album, Performance and Cocktails, went on to sell two million copies and the rest, as they say, is geography.

CLICK HERE to read the interview.


NOTES OF POSSIBLE INTEREST:

  1. The “amateur local fanzine” mentioned in the article was a Bury St Edmunds-based A4 effort entitled Notes From Underground; the “two eager and attractive young girls” were named Natalie and Vicky, both BiS and Kenickie-obsessed Thurston Community College students whose pictures later appeared in the sleeve of Travis’s debut album, Good Feeling. 
  2. Notes From Underground’s singles reviewer was none other than B-Side’s Features and Reviews Editor, Seymour Quigley.
  3. AC Acoustics – mentioned by Kelly Jones in the interview – were a Glaswegian four-piece, whose second album, 1997’s Victory Parts, quite rightly won them a great deal of critical acclaim.  The band’s singer, Paul Campion, would later co-write Placebo’s 1999 hit single Every You Every Me.
  4. R*E*P*E*A*T Fanzine issues #9 and #10 also featured Stereophonics interviews and reviews from this gig; you can buy the printed versions here.  

 

Photo: Stereophonics poster from 1997, captured by anothermusic

10
Aug
LIVE REVIEW:WILDERNESS OF MANITOBA, FUZZY LIGHTS AND TOM CONWAY - CAMBRIDGE PORTLAND ARMS - 1ST AUGUST 2012
“A pageant of lush and wistful sounds played with the utmost in terms of musicianship, substance and sincerity…”
CLICK HERE to read the full review!
 
Words: Wesley Freeman-Smith for Slatethedisco.com
Photo: Wilderness of Manitoba

LIVE REVIEW:
WILDERNESS OF MANITOBA, FUZZY LIGHTS AND TOM CONWAY - CAMBRIDGE PORTLAND ARMS - 1ST AUGUST 2012

A pageant of lush and wistful sounds played with the utmost in terms of musicianship, substance and sincerity…”

CLICK HERE to read the full review!

 

Words: Wesley Freeman-Smith for Slatethedisco.com

Photo: Wilderness of Manitoba

About

B-Side is an online independent music publication based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, bringing you news, views and reviews from East Anglia’s exciting and diverse music scene.

Content on this site is updated daily. We also produce a free printed magazine every two months, which is available from like-minded shops and venues across the region. We always want to hear from musicians, artists and writers, so feel free to get in contact.

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August 2012

Friday 10th - Colchester - Arts Centre
Nick Harper
£8-10 Entry

Friday 10th - Harlow - The Square
The Cobras & Las Pistolas
£5 Entry - 16+

Saturday 11th - Bury St Edmunds - The LP
DJ Monsieur Me

Saturday 11th - Harlow - The Square
Capdown, Star Fucking Hipsters, Anti-Vigilante & Mike Only
£15 Entry - 16+

Saturday 11th - Harwich - The Royal Oak
City After Dark, Chestburster, Yak Attack, The Domestics & Osmium Guillotine
£2 Entry

Monday 13th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
The Creepshow, Dying Breeds & Gravedale High
£10 Entry - 14+

Tuesday 14th - Bury St Edmunds - Doodle Bar
Don't Go Home Crying Promotions presents: Waiting For Better Days, William English & Forced Existence
£3 Entry - 14+

Tuesday 14th - Colchester - Arts Centre
Reel Big Fish, New Town Kings & The Hostiles

Tuesday 14th - Norwich - The Bicycle Shop
Old Man Luedecke
£9 Entry - 18+

Tuesday 14th - Norwich - The Waterfront
Vintage Trouble
£12 Entry - 14+

Wednesday 15th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Your Demise, TRC & Landscapes
£8 Entry - 14+

Thursday 16th - Bury St Edmunds - LP
Washing Machine presents: These Ghosts, Black Sands & The Waxing Captors
£3 Entry - 16+

Thursday 16th - Colchester - The Soundhouse
Essex Rocks presents: Three Thrones, Silent Divide & The Domestics

Thursday 16th - Harlow - The Square
The Slytones, Porcupine Kiss, DEFEAT & Rob Aitken
£4 Entry - 16+

Thursday 16th - Peterborough - Club Revolution
Green Mind presents: Your Demise
£9 (adv) Entry - 14+

Friday 17th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Hathaway
£5 Entry - 14+

Saturday 18th - Bury St Edmunds - The LP
DJ Monsieur Me

Saturday 18th - Cambridge - The Junction
Loud Stuff presents: That Sunday Feeling, A Day Overdue, Falling Faster, Grey Goes Down, The City Calls & Count The Days
£8 Entry

Saturday 18th - Cambridge - The Man On The Moon
Geno Washington and The Yoyo Blues
£12 Entry

Saturday 18th - Colchester - The Soundhouse
Pistols & Vultures and Silvertruth

Saturday 18th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Mosh Against Cancer featuring: Annotations Of An Autopsy, Crooked Minds, We Can't Dance, High Hopes & Settle For Second
£4 Entry - 14+

Monday 20th - Cambridge - The Junction J2
Howler & Violet Bones
£9 (adv) Entry

Wednesday 22nd - Cambridge - The Portland Arms
Green Mind presents: Paul Kelly
£12 (adv) Entry - 18+

Thursday 23rd - Great Bardfield - High Barn
Larkin Poe & David Booth
£15.50 Entry

Thursday 23rd - Harlow - The Square
Crawl, Avolent & Badlock
£4 Entry - 16+

Thursday 23rd - Norwich - Arts Centre
Paul Kelly
£10-12 Entry

Friday 24th - Norwich - Arts Centre
The Wailing Souls
£15-16.50 Entry

Friday 24th - Norwich - Open
Scott Wright, Bill Downs, Empire & Hemingway
£4 Entry - 18+

Saturday 25th - Bury St Edmunds - The LP
DJ Monsieur Me

Saturday 25th - Cambridge - The Junction
Band Of Skulls
£15 (adv) Entry

Tuesday 28th - Cambridge - The Junction
Grizzly Bear & Perfume Genius
£19.50 (adv) Entry

Wednesday 29th - Norwich - Waterfront Studio
Polar Bear Club
£10 Entry - 14+

Thursday 30th - Great Bardfield - High Barn
The Ben Smith Band
£8 Entry

Friday 31st - Cambridge - The Junction
Gavin Butler (The Blackout) + Neil Starr (Attack! Attack!), Chasing Out Laws, Lost At Seven & Chasing Cadence
£8 (adv) Entry

Friday 31st - Great Bardfield - High Barn
Edwina Hayes & Paul Mosley
£10.50 Entry

Friday 31st - Harlow - The Square
Swingin' Utters, Our Time Down Here & Cyco Jake and The Fuck Ups
£10 Entry - 16+

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