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It’s A Shoe In: Northants gig guide Nov 27th – Dec 3rd

DANNI VIRGO + DAISY & THE WORKFORCE + SUNSHINE ALLIANCE Thursday November 28th The Lab, Northampton Highly acclaimed pop-rock vocalist from Birmingham headlines, new four-piece with gravelly vocals in the…

DANNI VIRGO + DAISY & THE WORKFORCE + SUNSHINE ALLIANCE
Thursday November 28th
The Lab, Northampton
Highly acclaimed pop-rock vocalist from Birmingham headlines, new four-piece with gravelly vocals in the middle, and debut show for ShoeTown trio led by Aisha Daisy [Ginhouse Gypsies]. Doors 8pm, free entry
 
BLOOD-VISIONS + TRAGIC + LIFT TOWER
Friday November 29th
The Black Prince, Northampton
Northampton art-punks bring their new self-titled EP out via True Friend Tapes, a record label set up by Katie Malco. Support from really-rather-good teenage punks, and new enigmatic group that is quite hard to describe right now, but trust us they’re something to get excited about. Doors 7pm, £5 entry
 
FIRST WAVE
Friday November 29th
The Black Prince, Northampton [front bar]
Established Leicester punk band with four successful/critically-acclaimed albums under their wings. Doors 8pm, free entry
 
MIK ARTISTIK’S EGO TRIP + ALDOUS PINCH
Friday November 29th
The Lab, Northampton
Back for a fourth time., the three piece from Leeds have a growing national reputation and are proving to be one of the most interesting, unpredictable, and exciting acts on the circuit. BBC 6Music’s Gideon Coe regularly plays their tunes, Tom Robinson also. A mix between John Shuttleworth, John Cooper Clarke and Jake Thackray. The band say they are influenced by people like Reeves & Mortimer, Half Man Half Biscuit and The Fall but their mix of rock ’n’ roll & dry West Yorkshire wit is unique. Doors 7.30pm, £8 tickets
 
ODDITY ISLAND
Friday November 29th
The Red Lion, Broughton
Kettering-based psychedelic folk-rock band fronted by Alex Gardner. Doors 8pm, free entry
 
FUELED HATE
Friday November 29th
The Red Lion, Raunds
Corby metallers back on the scene. Doors 8.30pm, free entry
 
OUSE VALLEY SINGLES CLUB
Friday November 29th
Podington United Services Club, Podington
Bedford’s popular punk-skiffle troupe, with a Music Hall twist. 9pm start, free entry
 
KING OF HEARTS FESTIVAL
Saturday November 30th
The Black Prince, Northampton
The annual charity event [this year its supporting Mind Northampton], featuring “Northampton’s greatest ever band” The Jackal Nine, plus German warriors Hyll, plus The Comms debut gig, Deaf Trap, Pieces, EGO, Duncan Bisatt, Keiron Farrow, and Jack Vs Hotdog. Doors 3pm, £5 entry
 
GARDEN + SARA
Saturday November 30th
The Garibaldi Hotel, Northampton
Atmospheric alt-rock from the headlining quartet, new Hertfordshire singer releases her debut single ‘Little Nerves’. Doors 8pm, free entry
 
THE MACC LADDS
Saturday November 30th
The Roadmender, Northampton
Macclesfield punk stalwarts are reborn. Doors 7pm, £21.50 tickets
 
JIMMY PIKE & THE RED STARS + ROOTS LAB BAND
Saturday November 30th
The Lab, Northampton
Hosted by the United African Association Northamptonshire, a fun event of African and Caribbean culture and heritage – featuring live bands, African and Caribbean food, stalls, and fashion. Doors from 1pm [music in the evening], free entry
 
YELLOW DOG BLUES BAND
Saturday November 30th
The Albion Brewery Bar, Northampton
Blues, rock and Americana from the local six-piece band. Doors 8pm, free entry
 
POLAR + LASTELLE + LAY SIEGE + CALIBURN
Saturday November 30th
Steel Park, Corby
Rocked Up return after a brief hiatus with a line up of heavy riffs and solid bands – and its the first live music event in Corby’s newest live venue at Steel Park. You get London hardcore, atmospheric post-hardcore from Oxford, veteran sludge-metal Northampton quartet, and the rather good new Northants metalcore band. Doors 7.30pm, £5 tickets
 
THE KING BISCUIT BOYS
Saturday November 30th
The Shire Horse, Kettering
Foot-stompin’ front porch music from the “boys”. From 3pm-6pm, free entry
 
SYTERIA + POWDERHEAD + DERADE
Sunday December 1st
The King Billy, Northampton
Headliners are Yorkshire rockers who feature Jax Chambers from Girlschool, Cambridger hard rockers in the middle, and “baroque metal” from the Suffolk area. Doors 4pm, £5 entry
 
BAD MANNERS + MAX SPLODGE
Sunday December 1st
The Roadmender, Northampton
Featuring Buster Bloodvessel, the band scraped into the Top 40 with their debut single ‘Ne-ne-na-na-na-na-nu-nu’. The follow up single ‘Special Brew’ went top 10 at the height of the 2-Tone movement, and was the first of many anthemic songs for which the band are known. In 1980 alone the band released two more chart-topping singles ‘Lip Up Fatty’ and ‘Lorraine’, along with their debut album Ska‘n’B and it’s follow up Loonee Tunes. Support from Splodgenessabounds frontman. Doors 7pm, £20 tickets
 
MATTY G & LI’L WINTER + BARNEY + SLAVA B + JESS ORESTANO + ZEN LUNATIC
Sunday December 1st
The Lab, Northampton
Norfolk duo headliners mix poetry, politics, and comedy within their music. King’s Lynn rock songwriter also in the mix. Doors 6pm, free entry
 
THE WEDDING PRESENT
Tuesday December 3rd
The Roadmender, Northampton
Indie legends back again, for the 30th Anniversary of Bizarro. Doors 7.30pm, £18 tickets
 
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