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It’s A Shoe In: gig guide Nov 22-28 2017

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Continuing the new gig guide theme, here’s a selection of shows that may interest the Northants gig goer this week.

Armed for Apocalypse + Conjurer + Ba’al + Absentees
Thursday November 23
The Lab, Northampton
Down-tuned metallers from California headline with suitably heavy-hitting UK supports. Doors 7.45pm, £6 in.

King Of Hearts Festival 2017
Saturday November 25
The Black Prince, Northampton

A festival in memory of Northampton gig goer Rob King, with all proceeds going to Papworth Hospital. Live sets from The Drunken Mandem, Century City, Sarpa Salpa, Future Love, Deaf Trap, The Wax Lyrical Sound, The Mobbs, Pieces, The Keepers, Corinne Lucy, and Jack Doyle. Doors midday, £5 on the door.

The Zipheads + The Witchdoktors + Spitting Feathers + The Bophins
Saturday November 25
The Kingfisher, Corby
A night of rock’n’roll madness, with a headline set from the St Albans trio who mix up 50s rock’n’roll with touches of punk, surf, swing, ska, soul, and reggae. Doors 7.30pm, tickets £7.

Laurence Jones + The Aiden Pryor Band
Saturday November 25
The Raven Hall, Corby
A night of quality blues rock. Laurence was introduced into the “Hall of Fame” in the “British Blues Awards” for winning “Young Artist Of The Year 2014, 2015 & 2016”, and voted “Best European Guitarist” in the “European Music Awards” in 2015. Doors 7.30pm, tickets £13

The Keepers+ Lunaxis
Saturday November 25
The Horseshoe Inn, Wellingborough
The much-loved Retro Beat night this time round welcomes Northampton hard-working indie-mod rockers The Keepers back, ably supported by newly established folkie blues-rock sextet Lunaxis. Doors 8pm, free entry.

Grinder Records Half Dayer
Saturday November 25
The Lab, Northampton
The Corby independent record label for alternative rock throw a party: get your records stocked up, buy some clothes, watch some bands. Sets courtesy of Sharkteeth Grinder, A Werewolf, Drinsipa, Acolytes, Skirt, Wishing Wolf, and Peaches, with one or two more TBA. Doors 4.30pm, tickets £4.

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