November

Bad Sounds

HARE AND HOUNDS PRESENTS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 21ST BAD SOUNDS + SPECIAL GUESTS TBA BAD SOUNDS - https://www.facebook.com/realbadsounds Following debut single \'I Feel\' in December 2015, and receiving praise from everyone from The Line Of Best Fit to NOISEY and radio spins from Zane Lowe (Next Hype), Phil Taggart, Annie Mac and Huw Stephens at Radio 1, Bad Sounds return with the release of new single \'Avalanche\', out 29th April via Killing Moon Records. Co-produced by Duncan Mills (Peace / Spector), the Bath based 5-piece take their upbeat-pop sound to new levels; fusing cheerful pop hooks, fuzzy guitar lines and an undeniably addictive chorus, bringing sounds of the 70\'s and 80\'s into the 90\'s Brit-Pop era, with a twist. Bad Sounds play a run of UK festivals in support of the single including appearances at Field Day, Dot To Dot, The Great Escape and Glastonbury as art of the BBC Introducing stage line up. "Crisp electro pop, crunching guitar lines, the odd pleading vocal... it all adds up to a perfect pop confection" - Clash Magazine "The adventurous pop sensibilities of Bombay Bicycle Club with the funky leanings of Jungle" - The Line Of Best Fit "Bath-based brothers Bad Sounds revel in a woozy pop sensibility and a toothy grin" - DIY Magazine Doors: 7.30pm Tickets: 7 advance  

Hare And Hounds Kings Heath, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Bad Sounds

Hare And Hounds Kings Heath
Birmingham

Tuesday

21 Nov

Kelela At Heaven, London *Second Night*

Kelela 28/11/17 - Heaven, London Second night added. Tickets are on sale now - http://bit.ly/2wfl2mf With great anticipation, Kelela\'s debut album emerges as an epic portrait of an artist spanning the past and future of R&B. In her hands, however, the genre knows no boundaries and so Take Me Apart exists as an absolutely singular and fearless addition to a canon of recent classics. From her very earliest work, honesty and vulnerability have been cornerstones of Kelela\'s art - even when clad in the armor of the avant-garde electronics she so deftly inhabits - and Take Me Apart sees her double down on both the emotional intensity and resonance of her message as well as the sonic seeking she is renowned for. On 2015\'s acclaimed Hallucinogen EP, Kelela swept listeners along in the rush of ecstasy and the melancholic vapor trail of a hopeful, but ultimately doomed liaison. Hallucinogen would prove to be a turning point, and The New York Times would name it\'s single, "Rewind", one of the "25 Songs That Tell Us Where Music Is Going". The EP\'s oversized impact would ignite a period of kinetic worldwide live shows culminating in Kelela crisscrossing the globe on tour with The xx. In parallel with this, 2016 and early 2017 would see Kelela grace a handful of crucial records as a feature vocalist - from longtime ally Solange\'s majestic A Seat At The Table, to Danny Brown\'s immense Atrocity Exhibition and most recently, the star-studded Humanz from Gorillaz. These appearances would be tantalizing signs leading the way to Take Me Apart. Amplifying the ideas explored on Hallucinogen, here Kelela treats relationships and their effects like a Matryoshka doll, unveiling layer after layer to find herself at the center. Expressing an honest vision of how we navigate dissolving ties with each other and yet remain sanguine for the next chance at love, the emotional ricochet is traced across the album\'s narrative. Take Me Apart stands not only as an intensely personal chronicle, but also a defiant and turbulent statement direct from Kelela; "Despite it being a personal record, the politics of my identity informs how it sounds and how I choose to articulate my vulnerability and strength. I am a black woman, a second-generation Ethiopian-American, who grew up in the \'burbs listening to R&B, Jazz and Bjork. All of it comes out in one way or another."

Heaven - London, London, United Kingdom

Kelela At Heaven, Londo...

Heaven - London
London

Tuesday

28 Nov

Kelela At Heaven, London - SOLD OUT

Kelela 29/11/17 - Heaven, London Tickets are now sold out. Second night added on Nov 28th - http://bit.ly/2wfl2mf With great anticipation, Kelela\'s debut album emerges as an epic portrait of an artist spanning the past and future of R&B. In her hands, however, the genre knows no boundaries and so Take Me Apart exists as an absolutely singular and fearless addition to a canon of recent classics. From her very earliest work, honesty and vulnerability have been cornerstones of Kelela\'s art - even when clad in the armor of the avant-garde electronics she so deftly inhabits - and Take Me Apart sees her double down on both the emotional intensity and resonance of her message as well as the sonic seeking she is renowned for. On 2015\'s acclaimed Hallucinogen EP, Kelela swept listeners along in the rush of ecstasy and the melancholic vapor trail of a hopeful, but ultimately doomed liaison. Hallucinogen would prove to be a turning point, and The New York Times would name it\'s single, "Rewind", one of the "25 Songs That Tell Us Where Music Is Going". The EP\'s oversized impact would ignite a period of kinetic worldwide live shows culminating in Kelela crisscrossing the globe on tour with The xx. In parallel with this, 2016 and early 2017 would see Kelela grace a handful of crucial records as a feature vocalist - from longtime ally Solange\'s majestic A Seat At The Table, to Danny Brown\'s immense Atrocity Exhibition and most recently, the star-studded Humanz from Gorillaz. These appearances would be tantalizing signs leading the way to Take Me Apart. Amplifying the ideas explored on Hallucinogen, here Kelela treats relationships and their effects like a Matryoshka doll, unveiling layer after layer to find herself at the center. Expressing an honest vision of how we navigate dissolving ties with each other and yet remain sanguine for the next chance at love, the emotional ricochet is traced across the album\'s narrative. Take Me Apart stands not only as an intensely personal chronicle, but also a defiant and turbulent statement direct from Kelela; "Despite it being a personal record, the politics of my identity informs how it sounds and how I choose to articulate my vulnerability and strength. I am a black woman, a second-generation Ethiopian-American, who grew up in the \'burbs listening to R&B, Jazz and Bjork. All of it comes out in one way or another."

Heaven - London, London, United Kingdom

Kelela At Heaven, Londo...

Heaven - London
London

Wednesday

29 Nov

Wednesday

29 Nov

December

Coco And The Butterfields - O2 Academy Islington

Academy Events Presents Coco and the Butterfields Plus Special Guests Tickets price: 15.50 advance STBF Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times. Minimum Age Restriction: 8 O2 Priority pre-sale: 15/03/17 9am General on-sale: 17/03/17 9am --------------------------------------- CoCo and the Butterfields hit upon a winning formula with their outrageously crowd pleasing live act, selling out headline shows across the country. With major UK Festival slots and thousands of EP sales under their belt, the band is on the frontline for 2017. The bands next season of touring promises to build on their reputation for sensational live music, coming back bigger, better, and performing their best material yet. These electro folk pop troubadours kicked things off earlier this year with their new single Battlegrounds in partnership with Peer Music, the worlds largest independent music publishing company, selling out 2 shows at Islington Academy2 at the same time. They join us again in December for a special Christmas show in the main room, can we cant wait!

O2 Academy Islington, London, United Kingdom

Coco And The Butterfiel...

O2 Academy Islington
London

Thursday

14 Dec

Coco And The Butterfields - O2 Academy Islington

Academy Events Presents Coco and the Butterfields Plus Special Guests Tickets price: 15.50 advance STBF Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times. Minimum Age Restriction: 8 O2 Priority pre-sale: 15/03/17 9am General on-sale: 17/03/17 9am --------------------------------------- CoCo and the Butterfields hit upon a winning formula with their outrageously crowd pleasing live act, selling out headline shows across the country. With major UK Festival slots and thousands of EP sales under their belt, the band is on the frontline for 2017. The bands next season of touring promises to build on their reputation for sensational live music, coming back bigger, better, and performing their best material yet. These electro folk pop troubadours kicked things off earlier this year with their new single Battlegrounds in partnership with Peer Music, the worlds largest independent music publishing company, selling out 2 shows at Islington Academy2 at the same time. They join us again in December for a special Christmas show in the main room, can we cant wait!

O2 Academy Islington, London, United Kingdom

Coco And The Butterfiel...

O2 Academy Islington
London

Thursday

14 Dec

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