rock

Friday
13 October
19:00

Viv Akauldren were a fantastic three piece from Detroit that released four psych/space rock/punk albums during the mid to late 80s - one pretty solid debut, and three absolute classics.

rock
Friday
8 December
19:00

Electronic rock band

Electronica
rock
Tuesday
16 January
19:00

Officially there have been over 30 musicians involved with the band. Therefore a historical litany of them all would be impractical. Formed in Los Angeles in 1979 and fronted by 16 year old vocalist/lyricist Rozz Williams (real name Roger Alan Painter) who had previously been a member of the bands The Upsetters, The Asexuals, Daucus Karota and briefly Premature Ejaculations. The names of some of these acts would be resurrected by Rozz many years after leaving Christian Death.

rock
Tuesday
16 January
19:00

Formed in Los Angeles in 1979 and fronted by 16 year old vocalist/lyricist Rozz Williams (real name Roger Alan Painter) who had previously been a member of the bands The Upsetters, The Asexuals, Daucus Karota and briefly Premature Ejaculation. This line-up of the band released their only album, Only Theatre of Pain, in 1982. A dark, sinister style of punk rock. The album gained local success. 1988 brought us the release of Sex & Drugs & Jesus Christ. This was a turning point for the band. The cover depicted an image of Jesus shooting up heroin.

rock
Tuesday
30 January
19:00

The Telescopes were formed in 1987 by Stephen Lawrie and could best be described as a noise/space rock band - The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine and Spacemen 3 being influences and contemporaries.Their debut release was a split flexi disc with Loop on the Cheree label in 1988. There followed their debut single, “Kick the Wall”, and “7th# Disaster” also on Cheree Records.

rock
Sunday
18 February
19:00

Sylvia Juncosa was known in the ’80s-90s as an aggressive, individual lead guitarist in the alternative / metal / acid rock style. From Los Angeles, Juncosa began her career as keyboardist for the Leaving Trains before forming her own group To Damascus. To Damascus released two independent albums, during which time Juncosa also played in SWA, a punk-metal band featuring former Black Flag bassist Chuck Dukowski.

Indie
rock
Thursday
22 February
19:00

Screaming Trees were a grunge band formed in Ellensburg, Washington in 1985. Their sound was a mix of 60’s psychedelia and punk rock, and even though they were critically acclaimed by many, they never achieved the superstardom of their peers. Following the Dust tour, Screaming Trees took another hiatus. After a June 25th 2000 concert to celebrate the opening Seattle’s Experience Music Project, the group unsurprisingly announced their official breakup. One of their earliest performances was in Ellensburg where they opened for future superstars Soundgarden and Faith No More.

rock
Thursday
12 April
18:00

The Gallery is an indie-rock band from Western Massachusetts. The Gallery’s hook-laden rock songs combine a mix of mainstream appeal and professionalism with indie cred and likeability. Their brand of guitar-driven, southern-infused pop rock blurs the lines between authenticity and commerciality, producing songs that are refined and disarmingly catchy. A subtly biting guitar sound, simple, road-worn lyricism and consistently sharp musicianship transform their tracks into instantly memorable pop gems you don’t want out of your head.

Indie
rock
Monday
14 May
18:00

Thin White Rope was an American rock band fronted by Guy Kyser that critics have associated with the No Depression, desert rock, psychocountry, and paisley underground movements. While certain of the band’s aeasthetic aspects do bear slight resemblance to these movements, Thin White Rope has been notoriously difficult to pigeonhole. This difficulty, strictly speaking, derives mainly from the fact that Thin White Rope’s overall sound also includes elements of psychedelic metal, country punk, bluegrass, and prog.

rock
Friday
25 May
18:00

The Lemonheads are an American alternative rock band, originally from Boston, Massachusetts, but now based in New York City. The primary (and only consistent) member is Evan Dando.The band formed in 1986 as an underground punk rock act. Their popularity grew during the following decade with the 1992 album It’s A Shame About Ray, which was produced, engineered, and mixed by The Robb Brothers (Bruce Robb, Dee, and Joe), followed by a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson”, which eventually became one of the band’s most successful singles.

rock
Friday
25 May
18:00

The Lemonheads are an American alternative rock band, originally from Boston, Massachusetts, but now based in New York City. The primary (and only consistent) member is Evan Dando. The band formed in 1986 as an underground punk rock act. Their popularity grew during the following decade with the 1992 album "It’s A Shame About Ray", which was produced, engineered, and mixed by The Robb Brothers (Bruce Robb, Dee, and Joe), followed by a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson”, which eventually became one of the band’s most successful singles.

rock
Thursday
6 September
18:00

Died Pretty (sometimes The Died Pretty) was an indie rock band centred around singer Ron Peno and guitarist Brett Myers. The band formed in Sydney, Australia in early 1984 and played their last shows in 2002. Their music started from a base of early electric Bob Dylan with psychedelic influences. They were also notably influenced by The Velvet Underground and Television.

rock
Saturday
20 October
19:00

The story of Les Thugs begins with the Sourice brothers, Eric and Christophe, who played in few bands like IVG, Dazibao and Stress. The lyrics of these bands were in French.Les Thugs really began their career in 1983 with the arrival of Thierry Meanard and Gerald Chabaud who also played in Dazibao and Stress.Contrary to what one can think, the name of the band doesn’t come from the literal english word, but from a Mickey comic book including Huey, Dewey and Louie (Riri, Fifi and Loulou in French) who had to meet the Thugs.

punk
rock
Sunday
11 November
19:00

Flemish rock group that plays well-oiled mechanical grunge.

rock
Wednesday
14 November
19:00

Giant Sand, originally The Giant Sandworms, is an American rock band formed in 1985, based in Tucson, Arizona, USA (although Los Angeles, California was its home for many years). Overseen by singer-songwriter-guitarist-pianist Howe Gelb, its membership has shifted over the years — at times with each album — though for a long while the drum and bass duties were handled by John Convertino and Joey Burns, who went on to form Calexico.

Indie
rock
Wednesday
21 November
19:00

Galaxie 500 formed in Boston, MA in 1986 and comprised vocalist/guitarist Dean Wareham (a transplanted New Zealand native), bassist Naomi Yang and drummer Damon Krukowski, longtime friends who first met in high school in New York City before all three attended Harvard University. Wareham and Krukowski initially teamed in the short-lived Speedy and the Castanets, which split after their bass player experienced a religious conversion; upon re-forming, the duo recruited Yang to play bass, although she had no prior musical experience.

rock
Pop
Indie
Sunday
25 November
19:00

Arson Garden were a five piece college-band from Bloomington Indiana. Their style could be described as Art-Rock.

rock
Sunday
25 November
19:00

A New Jersey trio from the late 80s, early 90s who were making all the right noises on a label which once had ingenious plans to usurp the kingdoms of Subpop and Amphetamine Reptile corporations on top of the hip rock heap. A chaotic guitars and drum combo who sounded like they recorded their songs rolling down hill. Their songs shift from insane free form workouts and surreal silliness to highly complex guitar noodling. A band that refused to stand still or be neatly pigeon holed.

hardcore
rock
Sunday
2 December
19:00

Having tested the water as Orange Disaster, then the Architects Of Disaster, these calamitously inclined types finally settled on the Perfect Disaster in 1984. Initially ignored by the British music scene, the Perfect Disaster took their twisted, broody guitar sound to France for their self-titled debut album in 1985. There followed a couple of years of blank struggle on both sides of the English Channel before the band signed to Fire and released the critically acclaimed ‘Asylum Road.

rock
Wednesday
22 May
18:00

Havana 3 A.M. was the short-lived post-Clash band of bassist Paul Simonon formed shortly after the official Clash break up in 1986. The band consisted of Simonon on bass, American musician Gary Myrick on guitar, Nigel Dixon from the British band Whirlwind on lead vocals, and Travis Williams, a drummer who they found by a newspaper announcement. In essence, it was a rockabilly band with a heavy Latino and reggae influence. The band recorded a self-titled album in Japan in 1991.

rock
Sunday
14 July
18:00

Kitchens of Distinction were a band from South London, England.The band formed in 1986, their name pulled from an advert on the side of a lorry spotted by guitarist Julian Swales while on his bike. Kitchens first Bunnymenesque single, recorded in just one day on an eight track in a Kennington basement, earned single of the week in the NME, and the following singles ‘Prize’ and ‘The 3rd Time We Opened The Capsule’, released on One Little Indian Records, earned similar levels of praise.

rock
Pop
Indie
Sunday
14 July
18:00

Kitchens of Distinction were a band from South London, England.The band formed in 1986, their name pulled from an advert on the side of a lorry spotted by guitarist Julian Swales while on his bike. Kitchens first Bunnymenesque single, recorded in just one day on an eight track in a Kennington basement, earned single of the week in the NME, and the following singles ‘Prize’ and ‘The 3rd Time We Opened The Capsule’, released on One Little Indian Records, earned similar levels of praise.

rock
Pop
Indie
Sunday
3 November
19:00

Swervedriver are a 1990s British guitar band initially associated with “shoegazing”, however their heavier rock & roll style also related them to the grunge genre coming from the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Some music writers considered them to be Britain’s answer to this sound. Regardless of labels, the band’s mix of storming and swirling guitar experimentation often crossed into psychedelia, coupled with mystical lyrics that often praised the nihilism of sports cars, racing and the open road.

Indie
rock
Tuesday
5 November
19:00

Pigface is an industrial rock supergroup formed in 1990 by Martin Atkins and Bill Rieflin.Both had drummed with Ministry, and were pleased with the notion of a rock music band with two drummers, rather than the usual one. The duo formed Pigface, and began a revolving-door collaboration with many experimentally-minded musicians, many of whom — especially early on — had recorded for the influential industrial music record label Wax Trax.

rock
Thursday
7 November
19:00

THE WEDDING PRESENT are an indie rock group formed in Leeds, England in 1984. They evolved from the ashes of The Lost Pandas. Their music has evolved from fast-paced indie rock in the vein of their most obvious influences The Fall, Buzzcocks and Gang of Four, to more varied forms. Throughout their career, they have been led by vocalist and guitarist David Gedge, the band’s only constant member. The Wedding Present have had eighteen UK Top 40 hit singles.

Indie
rock
Thursday
7 November
19:00

The Wedding Present are an indie rock group formed in Leeds, England in 1984. They evolved from the ashes of The Lost Pandas. Their music has evolved from fast-paced indie rock in the vein of their most obvious influences The Fall, Buzzcocks and Gang of Four, to more varied forms. Throughout their career, they have been led by vocalist and guitarist David Gedge, the band’s only constant member.

Indie
rock
Friday
29 November
19:00

Anne Clark (born Croydon, London, United Kingdom, 14 May 1960) is an English poet and songwriter. Her first recording was The Sitting Room in 1982, and she has released about a dozen albums since then.Her music occupies a region bounded by synth-pop, ebm, electro and gothic rock.

rock
Electronica
Monday
27 January
19:00

Enigmatic, moody, and challenging, Britain’s Wolfgang Press were one of the most mercurial talents of the post-punk era, restlessly moving from gothic noise to dark balladry to eccentric funk; paradoxically, the group was also the 4AD label’s longest tenured artist — even their stylish album packages were all the product of the same designer, Alberto Ricci.

rock
Tuesday
10 March
19:00

Teenage Fanclub are a jangle pop/power pop band from Bellshill, Scotland near Glasgow, formed in 1989, and were formerly known as The Boy Hairdressers. They have two generally known humorous nicknames “The Fannies” and “The Bellshill Beach Boys” Teenage Fanclub are revered by power-pop fans for their devotion to chiming, Byrds-esque guitars and harmony vocals. Songwriting duties are shared between the three members of the group.The Posies began as a set of informal home recordings by Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow in Bellingham, Washington in 1987 and eventually became a full-fledged band.

rock
Tuesday
10 March
19:00

Teenage Fanclub are a jangle pop/power pop band from Bellshill, Scotland near Glasgow, formed in 1989, and were formerly known as The Boy Hairdressers. They have two generally known humorous nicknames “The Fannies” and “The Bellshill Beach Boys”. Teenage Fanclub are revered by power-pop fans for their devotion to chiming, Byrds-esque guitars and harmony vocals. Songwriting duties are shared between the three members of the group.

rock
Sunday
15 March
19:00

Originally based on the south coast of England in Portsmouth, Cranes released their first album on vinyl, Self Non Self in July 1989. The intensity of that album garnered very good reviews and caught the attention of John Peel, who picked up on the album right away, with the group recording a session for him in the album’s first week of release. Shortly afterwards they signed to the label Dedicated (which also became home to Spiritualized and Beth Orton) and went on to record their EP “Espero” in 1990, with the album “Wings of Joy” following a year later

Indie
Pop
rock
Sunday
15 March
19:00

Originally based on the south coast of England in Portsmouth, Cranes released their first album on vinyl, Self Non Self in July 1989. The intensity of that album garnered very good reviews and caught the attention of John Peel, who picked up on the album right away, with the group recording a session for him in the album’s first week of release. Shortly afterwards they signed to the label Dedicated (which also became home to Spiritualized and Beth Orton) and went on to record their EP “Espero” in 1990, with the album “Wings of Joy” following a year later.

Indie
Pop
rock
Wednesday
22 April
18:00

L7 was a grunge band. The band was formed in 1985 by Donita Sparks and Suzi Gardner, who were later joined by Jennifer Finch and Dee Plakas. They signed to Epitaph Records for their first album and to Sub Pop in 1989. The name is taken from a slang phrase from the 1950s which means “square,” but is often mistaken for a reference to a sex position, also called “69".

rock
punk
Wednesday
22 April
18:00

L7 was a grunge band. The band was formed in 1985 by Donita Sparks and Suzi Gardner, who were later joined by Jennifer Finch and Dee Plakas. They signed to Epitaph Records for their first album and to Sub Pop in 1989. The name is taken from a slang phrase from the 1950s which means “square,” but is often mistaken for a reference to a sex position, also called “69.

rock
punk
Sunday
26 April
18:00

Superchunk is an indie rock band which formed in 1989 in the college town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States. The band consists of Mac McCaughan (vocals, guitar), Laura Ballance (bass), Jim Wilbur (guitar) and Jon Wurster (drums). McCaughan and Ballance founded the indie record label Merge Records mostly to distribute the band’s material, but has since grown into one of the largest indie record labels in the United States.

rock
Tuesday
28 April
18:00

Le Cri De La Mouche is a french punk- rock band.

punk
rock
Tuesday
5 May
18:00

Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ is a hard rock band that splits the difference between heavy metal and country music and swerves back and forth between the two while lyrically plowing the rich fields of Southern subject matter. Formed in Atlanta in 1986, the band was never recognized on a national level, but had a healthy, loyal following on college campuses throughout The South - with the largest fan base centering in Georgia , Alabama, North and South Carolina.

rock
Monday
18 May
18:00

Dave Hole (born March 30, 1948, Heswall, Cheshire, England) is an Australian slide guitarist well known for his style of playing rock-n-roll and blues. Hole movied to Perth, Western Australia, when he was 4. He became interested in the blues at a very young age, after hearing a school friend’s Muddy Waters’ album when he was around 6. Hole received his first guitar at age 12, but had to start teaching himself due to lack of guitar teachers in Perth, using the albums of Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Blind Willie Johnson, Skip James, andBlind Lemon Jefferson.

blues
rock
Tuesday
19 May
18:00

Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Reaction are a British hard rock group. The band is the brainchild of Mark Manning, a graphic artist and editor of London’s Flexipop magazine. Deciding to experience the debauchery of life as a decadent rock star, he assumed the alter ego Zodiac Mindwarp, and formed The Love Reaction in the early 1980s together with guitarist Cobalt Stargazer. Other band members, who came and went over the years, include Kid Chaos, Slam Thunderhide, Evil bastard, Trash D Garbage, Flash Bastard, Suzy X, Tex Diablo and Robbie Vom.

rock
metal
Wednesday
1 July
18:00

Bad Religion is a punk band from Los Angeles, California, known for poignant, erudite lyrics, and biting social commentary. The band was formed in 1979 by high school students Greg Graffin (vocals), Jay Bentley (bass guitar), Jay Ziskrout (drums), and Brett Gurewitz (guitar). In 1981, they released their eponymous debut EP on their own newly-formed label, Epitaph, managed and owned by Gurewitz. 1982 saw the release of their first full-length album, How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, which gained them a sizable following.

punk
rock
Tuesday
25 August
18:00

Formed in Boston in 1987, Buffalo Tom is a band that epitomized the rise of indie guitar rock in the 1990s. Unfortunately, they had only limited commercial success, despite the consistently high quality of their records.While Buffalo Tom never ‘officially’ broke up, they took a seven year break, starting around 1999/2000. During that time while singer/guitarist Bill Janovitz and singer/bassist Chris Colbourn worked on solo material and other projects (Bill with his band, The Crown Victoria, Chris with former Fuzzy singer/guitarist Hilken Mancini).

rock
Monday
7 September
18:00

Cracker is an American alternative rock band fronted by Camper Van Beethoven singer David Lowery, with guitarist Johnny Hickman. They are best known for their hit songs “Low” and “Teen Angst (What the World Needs Now)”.The band’s website once noted Cracker as “The only band to ever open for both The Grateful Dead and The Ramones,” a unique distinction which is also indicative of the band’s sound and style. Cracker comfortably mixes influences and sounds ranging from classic country music, psychedelia, punk and folk into their brand of “americana” style rock.

rock
Tuesday
29 September
19:00

The Lemonheads are an American alternative rock band, originally from Boston, Massachusetts, but now based in New York City. The primary (and only consistent) member is Evan Dando.The band formed in 1986 as an underground punk rock act. Their popularity grew during the following decade with the 1992 album It’s A Shame About Ray, which was produced, engineered, and mixed by The Robb Brothers (Bruce Robb, Dee, and Joe), followed by a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson”, which eventually became one of the band’s most successful singles.

rock
Monday
26 October
19:00

The Wedding Present are an indie rock group formed in Leeds, England in 1984. They evolved from the ashes of The Lost Pandas. Their music has evolved from fast-paced indie rock in the vein of their most obvious influences The Fall, Buzzcocks and Gang of Four, to more varied forms. Throughout their career, they have been led by vocalist and guitarist David Gedge, the band’s only constant member.

Indie
rock
Wednesday
11 November
19:00

The Australian Doors Show were in operation for 7 years between 1989 and 1996. In this time they played over 1200 shows in 13 different countries. They were generally regarded as the most authentic live tribute to The Doors in the world, and in many minds their achievements have not been surpassed. Starting as something of a hobby for obsessive young organ player ‘Happiness’ Stan Holroyd, his friend Brandon Saul decided to advertise for other players and become the manager of the fledgling band.

rock
Thursday
12 November
19:00

Assembling a host of 1967 psychedelic fuzz-guitar stars — Blue Cheer, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, etc. — as primary influences, adding a bit of Pretty Things/Rolling Stones ambience and jamming on a frenzied Stooges/MC5 drive, this quartet from High Wycombe, a town northwest of London, handily re-created the pre-Zeppelin era with more flair than most. Singer James Jones knows all the right moves, as does guitarist Ray Hanson, who pulls off the neat trick of overdubbing several different specific styles in a single song.

rock
Friday
13 November
19:00

Helmet was formed in New York City in 1989 by founding members Page Hamilton(guitar), Henry Bogdan(bass), Peter Mengede(guitar) and John Stanier(drums). The group signed to Ampthetamine Reptile Records, and released their first full-length album, Strap It On, in 1991. Interscope Records soon came calling and signed the band in 1992. The band found mainstream success with their Interscope debut Meantime which debuted at number 68 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the hits “Unsung” and “In the Meantime”.

metal
rock
Tuesday
24 November
19:00

Originally a quasi-psychedelic American rock band with the sound of the southwestern desert thrown in. GOR came out of Tucson, Arizona and quickly relocated to L.A. where they became (somewhat dubiously) a part of the Paisley Underground scene. Their music was alt-country long before such a thing existed, and it bore more in common with Neil Young or Cali-country rock than any of their contempories.

rock
Thursday
26 November
19:00

Drop Nineteens were a Boston-based indie rock band. They were one of a few U.S.-based bands who styled themselves on England’s distinctive shoegazing sound, taking inspiration from bands such as Ride and Lush. Much like the Pixies before them, they were more widely acknowledged in the UK, where the then-unsigned Drop Nineteens first gained attention with two 8-track demos.

Indie
rock
Wednesday
20 January
19:00

The Sundays were an influential british indie group of the late 1980s and 1990s. Singer Harriet Wheeler and guitarist David Gavurin formed the band in college at bristol, soon adding bassist Paul Brindley and drummer Patrick Hannan. Comparisons were drawn with original label-mates The Smiths, and bands such as Cocteau Twins, and 10,000 Maniacs. Their level of commercial success was almost unprecedented by an indie act when their first album ‘Reading Writing and Arithmetic’ (rough trade, 1989) debuted in the British charts at number 4 ,

Indie
rock
Tuesday
2 February
19:00

Superchunk is an indie rock band which formed in 1989 in the college town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States. The band consists of Mac McCaughan (vocals, guitar), Laura Ballance (bass), Jim Wilbur (guitar) and Jon Wurster (drums). McCaughan and Ballance founded the indie record label Merge Records mostly to distribute the band’s material, but has since grown into one of the largest indie record labels in the United States.

Indie
rock
Saturday
6 February
19:00

Rage Against the Machine is an American alternative rock band, formed in 1991 in Los Angeles, California. The band’s line-up comprises vocalist Zack De La Rocha, guitarist Tom Morello, bassist Tim Commerford and drummer Brad Wilk.

rock
Tuesday
9 February
19:00

Come was an American indie rock band, formed in Boston in 1990 by Thalia Zedek (vocal, guitar), Chris Brokaw (guitar, vocal), Arthur Johnson (drums), and Sean O’Brien (bass).Bettie Serveert is an indie-rock band from The Netherlands. Their name, which translates to “Bettie serves,” is taken from a series of tennis instructional books by Dutch tennis player Betty Stove, who lost the Wimbledon Ladies singles final in 1977.

Indie
rock
Friday
19 February
19:00

THERAPY? is an Alternative Rock band from Northern Ireland. The band was formed in 1989 by guitarist/vocalist Andy Cairns and drummer Fyfe Ewing. The band initially recorded their first demo with Andy filling in on bass guitar. To complete the line up, the band recruited bassist Michael McKeegan.With keen pop sensibilities, a skewed sense of humour and a willingness to draw inspiration from diverse sources (notably punk rock)…

rock
punk
Friday
19 February
19:00

THERAPY? is an Alternative Rock band from Northern Ireland. The band was formed in 1989 by guitarist/vocalist Andy Cairns and drummer Fyfe Ewing. The band initially recorded their first demo with Andy filling in on bass guitar. To complete the line up, the band recruited bassist Michael McKeegan.With keen pop sensibilities, a skewed sense of humour and a willingness to draw inspiration from diverse sources (notably punk rock)…

rock
punk
Sunday
21 February
19:00

The Saw Doctors are an Irish rock band. Formed in 1986 in Tuam, County Galway, by Leo Moran and Davy Carton, members have included singer, guitarist, and mandolin player John “Turps” Burke; bass player Pearse Doherty; keyboard and accordion player Tony Lambert; keyboard player and guitarist Derek Murray; and drummers Padraig Stevens, John Donnelly, Jimi Higgins, and Fran Breen. The current line-up is Leo Moran (vocals, guitar), Davy Carton (vocals, guitar), Kevin Duffy (keyboards), Anthony Thistlethwaite (bass guitar, saxphone), and Eímhín Craddock (drums).

rock
folk
Monday
22 February
19:00

The Comsat Angels formed in 1978 in Sheffield, England, playing a harsh but melodic post-punk sound, featuring slashing guitars alongside icy keyboards. Throughout their career they maintained a stable line-up of Steve Fellows (guitar and vocals), Kevin Bacon (bass guitar - not the Hollywood actor!), Andy Peake (keyboards) and Mic Glaisher (drums). In the autumn of their career, Kevin Bacon left the band and was replaced with Terry Todd on bass and Simon Anderson on guitars

rock
Monday
1 March
19:00

Mercury Rev is an American rock music group, that formed in 1989 in Buffalo, New York. Original personnel were David Baker (vocals), Jonathan Donahue (vocals, guitars), Sean “Grasshopper” Mackowiak (guitars, clarinet), Suzanne Thorpe (flute), Dave Fridmann (bass) and Jimy Chambers (drums).With their debut, Yerself Is Steam, the band gained an underground following, particularly in the UK.

rock
Indie
Pop
Wednesday
3 March
19:00

To many, 1991’s Sloan is one of today’s quintessential Canadian bands, as cliche as it might sound. Since their debut EP Peppermint in1992, the fab four - Halifax natives, now relocated to Toronto - have forged a distinct niche for themselves in the Canadian scene. The outfit includes Jay Ferguson and Patrick Pentland on guitar, Chris Murphy on bass, and Andrew Scott on drums; each have their own unique songwriting voice and style, each contribute equally.

rock
Indie
Saturday
13 March
19:00

The Spin Doctors is a rock group from New York City, best known for its 1992 hits, “Two Princes” and “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong”, which charted at #7 & #17 on the pop chart, respectively. The album that included those songs, Pocket Full of Kryptonite, sold poorly until MTV and radio began playing the songs. The album eventually went gold, and then received another boost in sales after the band’s appearance on Saturday Night Live in October 1992, ultimately selling five million copies in the United States and peaking at #3 on the Billboard top 200 album chart.

rock
Saturday
3 April
18:00

Stone Temple Pilots (commonly referred to as “STP”) is a Grammy Award-winning American Rock band consisting of Scott Weiland (vocals), brothers Robert DeLeo (bass guitar, vocals) and Dean DeLeo (guitar), and Eric Kretz (drums, percussion). The band was originally active from 1986 to 2003, and reunited in 2008.The band’s five studio albums have sold over 17 million copies in the United States alone.

rock
Tuesday
6 April
18:00

The God Machine was a rock band active in the first half of the 1990s. Its members were all from San Diego, California, U.S., but they all lived and performed mainly in the United Kingdom. Subsequently, they were one of the few foreign acts to play at the short-lived Repre club in the Obecni dum in Prague. The band consisted of three members, Robin Proper-Sheppard (born Gary Sheppard) (guitar/vocals), Jimmy Fernandez (bass) and Ronald Austin (drums), and they first performed officially under the name The God Machine in 1991.

rock
Thursday
22 April
18:00

Alex Scheffer - 1984 saw Alex entering the world of machines. Aged 10 he received his first machine from his mother and father, respectively pianist and drummer, a Juno 106 Roland. At that time, student at the Conservatoire, he started looking at LFOs and filters. His favourite instruments remain keyboards and especially the piano, an instrument which he will get back to at 13 when entering the Jazz section at the Conservatoire of Chambéry (73).

rock
Thursday
22 April
18:00

Cell was a rock quartet formed in the early 1990’s in New York City which featured Dave Motamed (formerly of Das Damen and later of 2 Dollar Guitar) on bass, vocalist/lead guitarist Jerry Dirienzo (later of Ugly Beauty), guitarist/vocalist Ian James (formerly of Flower and later of French), and drummer Keith Nealy.The band formed in 1991 and was quickly signed to Thurston Moore’s label Ecstatic Peace who released their first single.

rock
Monday
3 May
18:00

The Gun Club was an American punk band from Los Angeles in the 1980s led by singer/guitarist Jeffrey Lee Pierce. The Gun Club injected punk rock with doses of blues and country music. Along with X, The Flesh Eaters and The Blasters, they helped set the tone of the Hollywood rock scene of the 1980s and are cited as a “tribal psychobilly blues” band.

rock
Thursday
20 May
18:00

A band from another time, Ozric Tentacles served as the bridge from ’70s cosmic rock to the organic dance and festival culture which came back into fashion during the ’90s. Formed in 1983 with a debt to jazz fusion as well as space rock, the band originally included guitarist Ed Wynne, drummer Nick Van Gelder, keyboard player Joie Hinton, bassist Roly Wynne and second guitarist Gavin Griffiths (though Griffiths left in 1984).

rock
Thursday
20 May
18:00

A band from another time, Ozric Tentacles served as the bridge from ’70s cosmic rock to the organic dance and festival culture which came back into fashion during the ’90s. Formed in 1983 with a debt to jazz fusion as well as space rock, the band originally included guitarist Ed Wynne, drummer Nick Van Gelder, keyboard player Joie Hinton, bassist Roly Wynne and second guitarist Gavin Griffiths (though Griffiths left in 1984).

rock
Sunday
30 May
18:00

That Petrol Emotion originally formed in 1984 from the ashes of the Derry Hitmakers, Bam Bam and the Calling and The Undertones. It was formed by guitarist John O’Neill and second guitarist Raymond Gorman who DJ’d together at the Derry ‘Left Bank’ club. Drummer and friend Ciaran McLaughlin joined next after having relocated from Derry to London, followed by John’s brother and Undertones lead guitarist Damian O’Neill who played bass from 1985 until 1988 upon John’s departure. He then took up guitar duties from 1988-1994 and 2008-present.

Indie
rock
Friday
11 June
18:00

Mindfunk were a metal band containing members of Soundgarden and Celtic Frost. Their name was originally intended to be Mindf*ck but due commercial pressures they changed it to Mindfunk. Unfortunately this lumped them in with the burgeoning funk metal scene - everyone from RHCP, Infectious Grooves, Fishbone, Mordred etc. - but they had little in common with any of those bands.

funk
rock
Tuesday
22 June
18:00

Pere Ubu is an experimental rock music group formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975. Despite many long-term band members, singer David Thomas is the only constant. The group is named after Père Ubu (“father Ubu”), the protagonist of Ubu Roi (“Ubu, the King”), a play by French writer Alfred Jarry.While Pere Ubu have never been widely popular—usually categorized as “underground rock”—they have a devoted following, have been hugely influential on several generations of avant-garde musicians and are a critically acclaimed American musical group.

rock
experimental
Tuesday
22 June
18:00

Pere Ubu is an experimental rock music group formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975. Despite many long-term band members, singer David Thomas is the only constant. The group is named after Père Ubu (“father Ubu”), the protagonist of Ubu Roi (“Ubu, the King”), a play by French writer Alfred Jarry. While Pere Ubu have never been widely popular—usually categorized as “underground rock”—they have a devoted following, have been hugely influential on several generations of avant-garde musicians and are a critically acclaimed American musical group.

rock
experimental
Monday
12 July
18:00

Hole is an American alternative rock band that initially formed in Los Angeles, California in 1989 by vocalist/rhythm guitarist Courtney Love and guitarist Eric Erlandson. The band went through various lineups through the subsequent decades before its dissolution in 2002, but is now currently fronted by Courtney Love, with lead guitarist Micko Larkin (formally of Larrikin Love), Shawn Dailey (of Rock Kills Kid) on bass, and Stuart Fisher (formally of Ozric Tentacles) on drums.

rock
Wednesday
28 July
18:00

Babes in Toyland was an American punk band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1987, when Lori Barbero met Kat Bjelland at a friend’s barbeque. Originally four-piece, the band developed into the honed-down trio of Lori (long-time Minneapolis scenester) on drums, Kat (a transplant from Oregon via San Francisco, who moved to Minneapolis specifically to form a band) on vocals and guitar, and Michelle Leon on bass.

rock
punk
Wednesday
28 July
18:00

Babes in Toyland was an American punk band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1987, when Lori Barbero met Kat Bjelland at a friend’s barbeque. Originally four-piece, the band developed into the honed-down trio of Lori (long-time Minneapolis scenester) on drums, Kat (a transplant from Oregon via San Francisco, who moved to Minneapolis specifically to form a band) on vocals and guitar, and Michelle Leon on bass.

rock
punk
Saturday
4 September
18:00

Wipers — the American pank rock group created by Greg Sejdzhom in 1977 in Portland, the State of Oregon, one of the very first representatives of a genre in the USA.From the very beginning of Sejdzh created group as the studio project instead of as “rock group” in the true sense of the word — its most important task was to let out 15 albums for 10 years, completely having excluded traditional tours and photosessions. Pervonochalnyj structure Wipers was: Greg Sejdzh — a guitar/vocal, Dug Koupal — a bass guitar, Sam Henry — shock.

rock
punk
Tuesday
7 September
18:00

Emerging from the tragic bankruptcy of Stiff Records, James Taylor, founding member of the infamous group The Prisoners, formed The James Taylor Quartet. JTQ’s first single, Blow Up was released on the Re Elect The President (Acid Jazz) label in 1985. It was a huge success, immediately attracting the attention of John Peel who championed it; the track appearing in Peel’s annual Festive Fifty chart.

rock
funk
Wednesday
8 September
18:00

The Mission (known as The Mission UK in the United States due to a naming clash with a Philadelphia R&B band) is a goth band formed in 1986 from the splinters of the freshly-dissolved goth band The Sisters of Mercy.It was started in Leeds by frontman Wayne Hussey, lead/vocals, guitar and Craig Adams, bass (both of the Sisters)and both in the ressurection of the band in 1999 (with Craig Adams, bass leaving permanantly in 2002 to join The Alarm), soon adding Mick Brown, drums (of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry) and Simon Hinkler, guitar (of Artery/Pulp).

rock
Wednesday
8 September
18:00

The Mission (known as The Mission UK in the United States due to a naming clash with a Philadelphia R&B band) is a goth band formed in 1986 from the splinters of the freshly-dissolved goth band The Sisters of Mercy.It was started in Leeds by frontman Wayne Hussey, lead/vocals, guitar and Craig Adams, bass (both of the Sisters)and both in the ressurection of the band in 1999 (with Craig Adams, bass leaving permanantly in 2002 to join The Alarm), soon adding Mick Brown, drums (of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry) and Simon Hinkler, guitar (of Artery/Pulp).

rock
Thursday
9 September
18:00

The Jesus Lizard is an American band considered part of the noise rock, post-hardcore, and alternative rock genres. Formed in 1987 in Austin, Texas, and based in Chicago, Illinois from 1989 to 1999, the band took their name from a common nickname for the basilisk, a type of lizard that can run on water. The members of the band were/are: Duane Denison (guitars), David Yow (vocals), David Wm. Sims (bass) and Mac McNeilly (drums).

rock
Thursday
9 September
18:00

The Jesus Lizard is an American band considered part of the noise rock, post-hardcore, and alternative rock genres. Formed in 1987 in Austin, Texas, and based in Chicago, Illinois from 1989 to 1999, the band took their name from a common nickname for the basilisk, a type of lizard that can run on water. The members of the band were/are: Duane Denison (guitars), David Yow (vocals), David Wm. Sims (bass) and Mac McNeilly (drums).

rock
Thursday
16 September
18:00

Babes in Toyland was an American punk band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1987, when Lori Barbero met Kat Bjelland at a friend’s barbeque. Originally four-piece, the band developed into the honed-down trio of Lori (long-time Minneapolis scenester) on drums, Kat (a transplant from Oregon via San Francisco, who moved to Minneapolis specifically to form a band) on vocals and guitar, and Michelle Leon on bass.

rock
Sunday
3 October
19:00

Terrorvision were formed in Bradford, (or more accurately the small town of Keighley) West Yorkshire, England in 1987, originally with the moniker “The Spoilt Bratz”. After a undeniably wise name change, the band released their first album “Formaldehyde” in 1992. Although showing their obvious Heavy Metal influences, there was a sense of humour and pop leaning which could not be hidden, particularly in their breakthrough single “My House”. It was those pop quirks which informed their breakthrough second album “How To Make Friends And Influence People”.

rock
Wednesday
13 October
19:00

Urge Overkill are an alternative rock band from Chicago that attracted underground attention in the late 80s and early 90s. While their ironic reshaping of 70’s arena and glam rock left them marginalized during the height of grunge, they managed to appear on the charts with their cover of the Neil Diamond classic “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon” from the Pulp Fiction soundtrack, which hit #50 on the US Charts, and #11 on the Modern Rock charts.

rock
Thursday
14 October
19:00

A British psychedelic rock band formed in 1990 by Gary Ramon.The precursor to Sun Dial was Ramon’s the Modern Art, formed in the mid-’80s with a loose lineup that never played gigs but did see the release of two studio albums. Ramon disbanded the group out of a desire “to make a more live-sounding group that could go out and play”.The band gained prominence after the release of their first album, Other Way Out, which quickly sold out its initial run through word of mouth alone. The album was near-universally praised in the independent music press, winning several awards and accolades.

rock
Saturday
16 October
19:00

Famously described by John Peel as being “always different, always the same”, The Fall were formed in Manchester, England in 1976 during the punk era although their style quickly evolved into something more idiosyncratic.The one permanent fixture amidst the Fall’s ever-changing line-up is Mark E. Smith. Smith’s lyrics are free, unboxed and unpredictable, touching on an extremely wide range of subjects and places and caring little for being tied down to easily digestible messages

rock
Saturday
16 October
19:00

Famously described by John Peel as being “always different, always the same”, The Fall were formed in Manchester, England in 1976 during the punk era although their style quickly evolved into something more idiosyncratic.The one permanent fixture amidst the Fall’s ever-changing line-up is Mark E. Smith. Smith’s lyrics are free, unboxed and unpredictable, touching on an extremely wide range of subjects and places and caring little for being tied down to easily digestible messages.

rock
Monday
25 October
19:00

Blur is an alternative rock band which formed in Colchester, England in 1989. The band consists of Damon Albarn (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Graham Coxon (guitar, vocals), Alex James (bass) and Dave Rowntree (drums). Blur’s debut album Leisure (1991) incorporated the sounds of Madchester and Shoegazing and spawned their first UK Top 10 single, There’s No Other Way.

Indie
rock
Wednesday
10 November
19:00

Red House Painters was the name of an alternative rock group formed in 1989 in San Francisco by singer/songwriter Mark Kozelek, who is currently active in the band Sun Kil Moon, with part of the original RHP line-up.The band is described, along with Low and American Music Club, as one of the linchpins of the slowcore movement in alternative rock. Kozelek used this group primarily as a vehicle for his very personal and emotional songs of despair, pain and suffering.Heidi Berry was born in Boston, Massachusetts, but moved to the UK in the early Seventies.

rock
Indie
Wednesday
17 November
19:00

F.F.F. is a French funk/rock band founded in 1987 near Paris by singer Marco Prince and bassist Nicolas “Niktus” Baby. They were joined by Yarol Poupaud (guitar), Krichou Montieux (drums), Félix (keyboard until 1996) and, later, Philippe Herpin (saxophone). The acronym FFF stands either for Fédération Française de Fonck (fonck being the contraction of funk and rock), French Funk Family, Free For Fever … depending on the band’s mood.

funk
rock
Saturday
19 February
19:00

The Verve (originally Verve) is an English alternative rock band. The band was formed in 1989 at Winstanley College, Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, by vocalist Richard Ashcroft, guitarist Nick McCabe, bassist Simon Jones and drummer Peter Salisbury. Simon Tong later became a member. The band originally split in 1995, but reunited in 1996 to great commercial success. They split once more in April 1999. The band reunited once more in June of 2007, but this reunion was short lived and the band split again in August 2009.

Pop
rock
Tuesday
1 March
19:00

F.F.F. is a French funk/rock band founded in 1987 near Paris by singer Marco Prince and bassist Nicolas “Niktus” Baby. They were joined by Yarol Poupaud (guitar), Krichou Montieux (drums), Félix (keyboard until 1996) and, later, Philippe Herpin (saxophone). The acronym FFF stands either for Fédération Française de Fonck (fonck being the contraction of funk and rock), French Funk Family, Free For Fever … depending on the band’s mood.

funk
rock
Saturday
19 March
19:00

Pavement are an American indie rock band. Although they experienced only moderate commercial success, they achieved a significant cult following, and their music has been a major influence on many bands of the late 1990s and beyond.

Indie
rock
Tuesday
29 March
18:00

Since 1982 Jose Manuel Casany leads a Spanish rock band that has conquered public as diverse as French, Puerto Rican, German and even from Los Angeles. The background of Seguridad Social made clear that punk could have its own characteristics and join other styles to get your own. They made the bet and they went in a search for new sounds coming from spanish folk and pop culture to combine with their powerful rock style.

rock
Sunday
1 May
18:00

Stabbing Westward was an American industrial rock and alternative rock band composed of Christopher Hall, Walter Flakus, Stuart Zechman, Jim Sellers and David Suycott. They formed in 1985 in Chicago, Illinois and began recording in the 1990s. Their major label debut was Ungod. Sales were sluggish but Stabbing Westward built a solid fanbase by relentless touring. In 1996, their Wither, Blister, Burn & Peel became a moderate success aided by the singles Shame and What Do I Have To Do.- GIGANTIC love their power pop!

rock
Sunday
1 May
18:00

Stabbing Westward was an American industrial rock and alternative rock band composed of Christopher Hall, Walter Flakus, Stuart Zechman, Jim Sellers and David Suycott. They formed in 1985 in Chicago, Illinois and began recording in the 1990s. Their major label debut was Ungod. Sales were sluggish but Stabbing Westward built a solid fanbase by relentless touring. In 1996, their Wither, Blister, Burn & Peel became a moderate success aided by the singles Shame and What Do I Have To Do.

rock
Friday
13 May
18:00

Ted Milton is best known as the leader of Blurt. However, he has made several solo recordings and appears as a guest on albums by Playgroup, Loopspool, Buscemi, The Back-To-Normal Big Band, Jean-Francois Pauvros, Dream City Film Club and Campaq velocet. As a poet his work has been included in the anthology “Children Of Albion - Poetry of The British Underground” and various volumes of Tak Tak Tak’s editions. He also publishes limited, hand-crafted editions of his poems.

rock
Thursday
20 October
19:00

Shudder to Think was an American rock group. Formed in 1986, they released three albums on the Washington, D.C. Dischord Records label and have been labelled a post-hardcore band, but actually draw upon a wide range of stylistic influences, including pop. Their music is characterized by a complex mix of these stylistic influences, as well as by technical precision and melodic virtousity.

rock
Wednesday
2 November
19:00

The Jesus Lizard is an American band considered part of the noise rock, post-hardcore, and alternative rock genres. Formed in 1987 in Austin, Texas, and based in Chicago, Illinois from 1989 to 1999, the band took their name from a common nickname for the basilisk, a type of lizard that can run on water. The members of the band were/are: Duane Denison (guitars), David Yow (vocals), David Wm. Sims (bass) and Mac McNeilly (drums).

rock
Tuesday
8 November
19:00

Love Spit Love was a musical group founded in 1992 by singer Richard Butler following the initial disbanding of the Psychedelic Furs. ’I’ve always thought of Love Spit Love as being a long-term thing, it was never a side project, The Psychedelic Furs are long gone,’’ says Richard Butler. And Love Spit Love have powerfully returned with a second album and their first for Maverick. (Love Spit Love is sadly also long gone - 13 years gone, in fact.

rock
Wednesday
23 November
19:00

Hoodoo Gurus (sometimes just shortened to ‘Gurus’) are an Australian rock band which used influences from seventies power pop, bubblegum pop, Beatle-esque harmonies, psychedelia and grungy garage rock. They formed in Sydney in 1981. Dave Faulkner, Rod Radalj and James Baker were originally from Perth. Baker and Radalj were original members of The Scientists, Faulkner and Baker were also members of The Victims in 1977-79.

rock
Friday
25 November
19:00

Radical Dance Faction (RDF) were founded by Chris Bowsher in Hungerford, UK, 1986, and were originally known as Military Surplus. The band experienced many line up changes, and Chris remained the only original member up to the time RDF split up (sometime in the late 1990’s). RDF’s music combined punk, dub, and ska, while Chris’ lyrics, spoken rather than song, dealt mainly with political issues, such as the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 in the song Chinese Poem. Chris also witnessed first hand the Hungerford massacre, describing his experience in Hot on the Wire.

rock
dub
Tuesday
29 November
19:00

Stereolab are a UK-based band whose style, mixing 1950s-1960s pop and lounge music with the “motorik” beat of krautrock, was one of the first to which the term “post-rock” was applied. They are noted for the use of vintage keyboard instruments like Moog synthesizers and Vox and Farfisa organs. Stereolab is also notable for founding their own record label, Duophonic Records, with a grant from UK charity The Prince’s Trust. The band is often referred to as “The Groop” by their fans (and in the title of their song “The Groop Play Chord X” on the album Space Age Batchelor Pad Music).

Indie
rock
Thursday
9 March
19:00

Enigmatic, moody, and challenging, Britain’s Wolfgang Press were one of the most mercurial talents of the post-punk era, restlessly moving from gothic noise to dark balladry to eccentric funk; paradoxically, the group was also the 4AD label’s longest tenured artist — even their stylish album packages were all the product of the same designer, Alberto Ricci.

rock
Thursday
16 March
19:00

Everclear is a rock band formed in Portland, Oregon, USA, in 1992. For most of its existence, Everclear consisted of Art Alexakis (b. 12 April 1962, Los Angeles, California, USA; vocals, guitar), Craig Montoya (b. 14 September 1970; bass, vocals) and Greg Eklund (b. 18 April 1970; drums). Eklund replaced original drummer Scott Cuthbert in 1994.

rock
Wednesday
29 March
18:00

Spiritualized is an English rock band formed in 1990 in Rugby, Warwickshire, United Kingdom by Jason Pierce, who often goes by the alias J. Spaceman, after the spectacular demise of the Spacemen 3 outfit. The membership of Spiritualized changes from album to album, with Pierce being the only constant factor.The first Spiritualized release was a space rock-esque cover of Any Way That You Want Me in 1990, a record which heralded the official split of Spacemen 3 following contractual wrangles over the band’s name.

rock
Indie
Sunday
9 April
18:00

D-A-D is a danish hard rock band, formed in 1982 by Jesper Binzer, Stig Pedersen and Peter Lundholm Jensen. Jespers younger brother Jacob Binzer (nickname Cobber) joined in 1984. Originally the band was named Disneyland After Dark. The first album was released in 1986 (Call of the Wild) and mainly consisted of songs that one might categorize as “cow punk”. Simple bass rhytms and drumplay with catchy guitar tunes and storytelling lyrics (blended with humor!) gives strong associations to country-music. As did their liveshows.

rock
Monday
10 April
18:00

Monster Magnet is an American stoner metal/stoner rock band, often cited as one of the most successful and influential in the genre. Hailing from Red Bank, New Jersey, the group was founded by Dave Wyndorf (vocals and guitar), John McBain (guitar), Tom Diello (drums), and Tim Cronin (vocals and bass). The band first went under the name “Dog of Mystery” and later “Airport 75”, before finally settling on “Monster Magnet”.

rock
Tuesday
11 April
18:00

Pond was a band from Portland, Oregon. They formed in 1991 and broke up in 1998. They were signed to Sub Pop Records (first two albums) and the Work Records sub-label of Sony Records (last album). The band, unlike their contemporaries, leaned on a more progressive side of music.

rock
Indie
Thursday
27 April
18:00

Toy Dolls are a British punk rock band. They formed in 1979, playing their first ever gig at Millview Social Club, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, UK, on 20 October 1979. After a couple of gigs vocalist Pete Zulu left to form his own band. He was replaced by vocalist, Hud who himself left after a single gig, leaving Toy Dolls as a trio with guitarist Michael “Olga” Algar to assume vocal duties. This was just the start of the revolving door of drummers and bassists that would characterise the Toy Dolls line-up over the years.

punk
rock
Thursday
27 April
18:00

Toy Dolls are a British punk rock band. They formed in 1979, playing their first ever gig at Millview Social Club, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, UK, on 20 October 1979. After a couple of gigs vocalist Pete Zulu left to form his own band. He was replaced by vocalist, Hud who himself left after a single gig, leaving Toy Dolls as a trio with guitarist Michael “Olga” Algar to assume vocal duties. This was just the start of the revolving door of drummers and bassists that would characterise the Toy Dolls line-up over the years.

punk
rock
Saturday
29 April
18:00

Three Mile Pilot (often shortened to 3MP) is an indie rock band from San Diego, California formed by Armistead Burwell Smith IV (a.k.a. Zach Smith from Pinback, Systems Officer, Neighborhood Watch (Chula Vista) on bass and vocals, Pall Jenkins (The Black Heart Procession, Dark Sarcasm, Mr. Tube) on vocals and guitar, and Thomas Zinser (Neighborhood Watch (CV), Pinback) on drums.-Math-rock trio A Minor Forest formed in San Francisco in 1992, and comprised guitarist/vocalist Erik Hoversten, bassist John Trevor Benson and drummer Andee Connors.

Indie
rock
Saturday
29 April
18:00

Three Mile Pilot is an indie rock band from San Diego, California formed by “Armistead Burwell Smith IV” (a.k.a. Zach Smith from Pinback, Systems Officer, Neighborhood Watch) on bass and vocals, Pall Jenkins (The Black Heart Procession, Dark Sarcasm, Mr. Tube, Ugly Casanova) on vocals and guitar, and Tom Zinser on drums. The group released their first album, Nà Vuccà Dò Lupù, in 1992 (before Pall could play guitar) on Cargo/Headhunter. Their next record, Chief Assassin to the Sinister, came out (also on Cargo/Headhunter) in 1994, with a vinyl version being released by Negative Records.

Indie
rock
Thursday
1 June
18:00

Whale was a Swedish pop group in the 1990s that wrote songs in English. The group was formed by Henrik Schyffert, Cia Berg – more recently known as Cia Soro – and Gordon Cyrus. The band enjoyed some success, particularly in the European market. Their first single, 1993’s “Hobo Humpin’ Slobo Babe” achieved critical acclaim, heavy spins in the Euro dance club scene, saturation airplay on MTV and reached the top 10 in Denmark and Norway, Top 30 in Holland and Austria, top 40 in Sweden, and #24 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.

rock
Sunday
10 September
18:00

If punk really did die in 1977, Rancid didn’t get the memo, or maybe their natural-born punk ethics told them not to care what others said. Either way Rancid is one of the 90s punk revival to release a platinum-selling album on an independent record label. Rancid was formed in Berkeley, California in 1991 by punk legends Tim Armstrong and Matt Freeman. Both Armstrong and Freeman were veterans of the San Francisco East Bay’s punk scene during the 80s, being members of some of the most important punk bands of the era, including the legendary ska punk band Operation Ivy.

punk
rock
Thursday
14 September
18:00

Catherine Wheel were an alternative rock band which formed in 1990 in Great Yarmouth, England. The band originally consisted of Rob Dickinson (vocals, guitar), Brian Futter (guitar), Dave Hawes (bass), and Neil Sims (drums). Hawes left the band in 1999 and was replaced by Ben Ellis. Around the time of Hawes’ departure, the band changed their name to “The Catherine Wheel”. The band split only a year later, in 2000.

Indie
rock
Tuesday
26 September
19:00

Sugar Ray is a rock band from Orange County, California. The band formed in 1992 with the name Shrinky Dinx, later changing it to Sugar Ray after the boxer Sugar Ray Leonard. Their debut album, Lemonade and Brownies, was released in 1995. It failed to produce a major hit. Their early work was strongly influenced by funk metal, punk, alternative rock and straight-up rhythm and blues, not a particularly fashionable combination at the time

rock
Monday
23 October
19:00

Hagfish is one of the punk rock bands to come out of the Deep Ellum scene in Dallas, TX. The band was created when former drummer Banning Lyon’s band “Conniption Fit” disbanded. Lyon, a Rockwall, TX resident met up with the brothers Blair. Their sound gelled immediately, and they began to look for a frontman, finding one in the unlikely guise of James Newhouse of Mansfield, TX. They began touring the Texas punk circuit in the early nineties, creating a fan base and becoming regulars of punk venues like Slipped Disc and The Jumpin’ Java Joint.

punk
rock
Wednesday
25 October
19:00

Boss Hog was an American alternative rock band, formed in 1989 in New York City, New York. The band faded into inactivity and its last known year as a band was 2001. Their lineup including the husband and wife duo of Jon Spencer (guitar) and Cristina Martinez (vocals), both formerly of the band Pussy Galore, along with Jens Jurgensen (bass), Hollis Queens (drums) and Mark Boyce (keyboard). Spencer’s other bands are Heavy Trash, and the Blues Explosion, which existed in parallel to Boss Hog.

rock
Thursday
26 October
19:00

Electrafixion was a short lived duo comprising Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant of Echo & The Bunnymen. Named for a dream Sergeant had of McCulloch being crucified on an electrified barbed-wire fence, the sole album produced allowed the two to bury the hatchet over McCulloch’s departure from the Bunnymen some years earlier, and to the eventual reformation of the Bunnymen.

rock
Saturday
4 November
19:00

Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine - aka Carter USM - spent most of their performing live (1987-1998) as two guys and a drum machine and a handful of pop culture samples. The style is somewhere between The Clash and Pet Shop Boys with punning and lyrics about Britain in the 90s. A journalist once quipped that Carter lyrics were cribbed from the London A-Z book of maps.While remaining punky and independent in spirit, Carter USM signed to Chrysalis/EMI in order to crossover to the pop charts.Paw formed in 1991 in Lawrence, Kansas alongside Stick and Kill Creek.

rock
Friday
10 November
19:00

Unsane is a New York City rock music trio, formed in 1988. They are generally classified as noise rock, but their music also touches on elements of hardcore punk and metal. Finding limited mainstream success, Unsane are nonetheless hugely influential; writer Patrick Kennedy writes that “while developing the blueprint for noise-metal bands to follow, Unsane cut a remarkable swath through underground music, inspiring a devoted, cult-like following around the globe.”

rock
hardcore
Saturday
11 November
19:00

Filter (stylized as FILTER) is an alternative rock group formed in 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio by Richard Patrick and guitarist/programmer Brian Liesegang, who later left the band in 1997 to form Ashtar Command with Chris Holmes. Filter has released five studio albums.

rock
Monday
20 November
19:00

The Amps are an indie rock band from Dayton, Ohio and were formed by Kim Deal in 1995 after The Breeders went on hiatus. They first began touring as “Tammy and the Amps” but it was later shortened to “The Amps.” Their album Pacer was released on Halloween of 1995. It is widely believed to consist mostly of songs intended for the follow-up album to the platinum Last Splash

Indie
rock
Thursday
30 November
19:00

Garbage is a Scottish-American alternative rock band formed in 1994 at Madison, Wisconsin, USA. The group members are Shirley Manson (vocals, guitars), Steve Marker (guitars, keyboards), Duke Erikson (guitars, keyboards, bass), and Butch Vig (drums, piano, guitars). Erikson, Marker and Vig are also producers and remixers (Vig is most known for producing Nevermind by Nirvana). To date, the band sold over 14 million albums worldwide.

rock
Monday
11 December
19:00

Luna was an American band formed in 1991 by Dean Wareham after the breakup of Galaxie 500. Described by Rolling Stone magazine as “the best band you’ve never heard of.” Luna combined intricate guitar work with traditional rock rhythms and poetic lyrics that elegantly capture the romance of late night.

Indie
rock
Pop
Thursday
8 February
19:00

Skunk Anansie is a British rock band, led by Skin (born Deborah Anne Dyer, on 3 August 1967, in Brixton, London). Other members included Cass (Richard Lewis) on bass guitar, Ace (Martin Kent) on guitar and Mark Richardson, who replaced the original drummer, Robbie France. The group formed in 1994, but broke up in 2001. They were named after the West-African folk tales of Anansie the spider-man, with “Skunk” added to “make the name nastier”. They were sometimes grouped as part of a Britrock movement, running alongside Britpop. They reformed in 2009 with a new tour and album.

rock
Sunday
7 April
18:00

Skippies are a Power Pop / Noisy / Grunge band from France, during 1990-1997.Some of the band members are now in Bikini Machine.

rock
Wednesday
17 April
18:00

The Posies began as a set of informal home recordings by Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow and eventually became a full-fledged band. Their mixture of literate, clever, melodic pop with hard-hitting guitars made them critics’ darlings and college-radio favorites, although commercial success always eluded them.

rock
Wednesday
17 April
18:00

The Posies began as a set of informal home recordings by Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow in Bellingham, Washington in 1987 and eventually became a full-fledged band. Those demos were released as the album Failure, and Mike Musberger and Rick Roberts joined soon after, allowing the band to play its first live shows in Seattle and Bellingham. The four then moved into a house in Seattle’s University District. The band’s first full album was their major-label debut Dear 23 in 1990.

rock
Monday
29 April
18:00

Home is where the hatred is. Papa Brittle is a UK based foursome at the forefront of hard driven, hard hitting music that they have tagged Polemic Beat Poetry. They are also the purveyors of one of the most captivating and scathing live shows currently on offer.

rock
punk
Friday
31 May
18:00

Hailing from County Derry, Ireland, alt-rockers Scheer comprised Audrey Gallagher (vocals), Neal Calderwood (lead guitar), Paddy Leyden (rhythm guitar), Peter Fleming (bass) and Joe Bates (drums). Formed in the early ’90s, they issued their first two singles on Dublin label Son, before signing to 4AD and releasing the Schism EP in October 1995. Audrey’s vocals provided a striking counterpoint to her bandmates metallic wall-of-sound, Select magazine describing her as “a cross between Shirley Manson, Björk and some evil spirits”.

rock
Thursday
26 September
18:00

Barkmarket was a rock music group formed in New York City in 1987. Personnel were singer/guitarist and main songwriter Dave Sardy, bass guitarist John Nowlin and drummer Rock Savage.Barkmarket’s music was usually loud and aggressive, touching on many styles (most prominently including heavy metal, hardcore punk and noise rock), but not resting definitely in any one genre.

rock
hardcore
Friday
27 September
18:00

Pledging to never play a venue with a stage, singer/guitarist John Reis formed San Diego’s Rocket from the Crypt in the summer of 1990 after becoming disillusioned with the hardcore punk band he was in called Pitchfork. Joining with then-current Rocketeers bassist Petey X and guitarist N.D, in addition to departed drummer Sean and backing vocalist Elaina, Reis and company released Paint As A Fragrance in 1991.

punk
rock
Tuesday
22 October
18:00

Holy Barbarians was a short-lived rock band formed during 1996, after English frontman Ian Astbury left his band The Cult. Astbury was joined with three musicians from the United States, guitarist Patrick Sugg along with brothers Matt and Scott Garrett. Together the band recorded one album, Cream.

rock
Tuesday
29 October
19:00

Social Distortion is an American punk rock band formed in 1978 in Fullerton, California. The band currently consists of vocalist and guitarist Mike Ness, guitarist Jonny Wickersham, bassist Brent Harding and drummer David Hidalgo, Jr.

punk
rock
Saturday
2 November
19:00

Tracy Bonham (born 16 March 1967 in Eugene, Oregon) is an American musician, best known for her single Mother Mother. Raised in Eugene, Oregon, Bonham is a classically trained violinist and pianist. She had a full violin scholarship to University of Southern California, but in 1987 she transferred as a junior to Berklee College of Music in Boston to study voice. After a year at Berklee, she dropped out, taught herself to play guitar and started working in the Boston music scene.

rock
Sunday
3 November
19:00

Corrosion of Conformity (COC) started as a hardcore punk band in 1982 in Raleigh, North Carolina, with original members Reed Mullin on drums, Woody Weatherman on guitar and Mike Dean on bass. COC were pioneers of the crossover thrash genre in the 1980s. The seeds for Corrosion of Conformity were planted when a 15-year-old Woody Weatherman was taken by his father to a Black Flag concert. Inspired by the gig, he took up guitar after his father gave him an acoustic a few days later. Not being able to make enough noise with it, he traded it in immediately for a Gibson electric.

rock
metal
Saturday
9 November
19:00

Sparklehorse was an American alternative rock band formed in 1995 and led by Mark Linkous (September 9, 1962 - March 6, 2010), a Richmond, Virginia native and last of a long line of southern coalminers. Linkous recorded much of Sparklehorse’s material in his home studio, and his Southern Gothic vision guided Sparklehorse. Drummer and multi-instrumentalist Scott Minor was a frequent collaborator- Mazzy Star is a 1990s dream pop/alternative band from Los Angeles. They formed in 1989, from the band Opal, a collaboration of guitarist David Roback and bassist Kendra Smith.

Indie
rock
Pop
Tuesday
12 November
19:00

Melvins are an American band that formed in Montesano, Washington in 1982. In the early days of their career their dark, heavy, oppressively slow sound made them innovators of genres like sludge, grunge, and doom metal. Melvins’ music is influenced by Flipper, Black Flag’s My War-era hardcore punk and Black Sabbath-style heavy metal, but their idiosyncratic approach, bizarre sense of humor, and experimentation make neat categorization difficult.

rock
metal
Tuesday
12 November
19:00

Melvins are an American band that formed in Montesano, Washington in 1982. In the early days of their career their dark, heavy, oppressively slow sound made them innovators of genres like sludge, grunge, and doom metal. Melvins’ music is influenced by Flipper, Black Flag’s My War-era hardcore punk and Black Sabbath-style heavy metal, but their idiosyncratic approach, bizarre sense of humor, and experimentation make neat categorization difficult.

rock
metal
Saturday
16 November
19:00

Millencolin is a punk rock band that was formed in October of 1992 by Erik Ohlsson, Mathias Färm and Nikola Sarcevic in Örebro, Sweden. Fredrik Larzon (Fredrik Olof Larsson) joined the band in early 1993 which cemented the lineup. Millencolin as a word derives from the skateboard-trick melancholy (also known as “sad air”) because of their passion for skateboarding.

punk
rock
Saturday
16 November
19:00

Millencolin is a punk rock band that was formed in October of 1992 by Erik Ohlsson, Mathias Färm and Nikola Sarcevic in Örebro, Sweden. Fredrik Larzon (Fredrik Olof Larsson) joined the band in early 1993 which cemented the lineup. Millencolin as a word derives from the skateboard-trick melancholy (also known as “sad air”) because of their passion for skateboarding.

punk
rock
Saturday
23 November
19:00

Gong are a progressive rock band formed by Australian musician Daevid Allen. Their music has also been described as space rock. The various incarnations of Gong, its spin-offs and related bands are collectively dubbed the “Gong Global Family”.

rock
Saturday
7 December
19:00

Nada Surf is an American alternative rock group formed in 1992. The New York band consists of Matthew Caws (guitar, vocals), Ira Elliot (drums, vocals) and Daniel Lorca (bass, vocals). The band is best known for the song “Popular” from their 1996 album High/Low. The song reached #11 on the US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and propelled the album to #63 on the Billboard 200.

Indie
rock
Friday
17 January
19:00

Pusherman was an alternative rock band from London, England. Formed in 1994, the bands lineup consisted of Andy Frank (vocals), Yank (vocals, harmonica), Bo Ellery (bass), Martin Hoyland (guitar), Tony Antoniou (guitar) and Harry Harrison (drums).

rock
Monday
20 January
19:00

Descendents are an American punk rock band from Lomita, California, USA. They are known for being one of the early bands in the hardcore punk scene to sing about more personal and comical topics reflective of their own lives.They were formed in 1978 by guitarist Frank Navetta (RIP) , bassist Tony Lombardo and drummer Bill Stevenson. Shortly after forming they enlisted Milo Aukerman and made what started out a surf band into a full fledged punk unit.

rock
punk
Friday
31 January
19:00

Tiger were an indie band from Princes Risborough and London who were formed in 1996.Tiger quickly got British press attention after their debut single "Shining in the Wood" was played on BBC Radio 1. The musical climate of the time was dominated by Britpop and retro bands influenced by Oasis. Tiger, who were characterised by fuzzy guitars and multiple keyboards, were quickly held up as part of a new alternative.

rock
punk
Monday
10 March
19:00

Although all of REEF have west country connections, especially to the Glastonbury area of Somerset, England, it wasn’t until they all independently moved to London that the band was formed. In 1993 while Gary and Jack were looking for band members, Kenwyn had met up with Dominic Greensmith in London and discussed forming a band. So, the foursome got together, got a house in West London and started to jam. It resulted in the making of British rock songs.

rock
Indie
Monday
10 March
19:00

Although all of REEF have west country connections, especially to the Glastonbury area of Somerset, England, it wasn’t until they all independently moved to London that the band was formed.In 1993 while Gary and Jack were looking for band members, Kenwyn had met up with Dominic Greensmith in London and discussed forming a band. So, the foursome got together, got a house in West London and started to jamKeaton is a Belgian band from Liege. Music is oft compared to Alice in Chain.

rock
Indie
Friday
14 March
19:00

Formed in 1986 in Anaheim, California, United States as a ska punk band inspired by Madness, the lineup of No Doubt initially comprised John Spence as lead vocal, Gwen Stefani on back-up vocal, and Eric Stefani on keyboards. While playing the party-band circuit around Anaheim, the trio picked up bassist Tony Kanal. Hardened by the suicide of Spence in December 1987, No Doubt nevertheless continued; Gwen became the lone vocalist and the group added guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young.

rock
Pop
Saturday
15 March
19:00

One Inch Punch a socially aware melodic hardcore band from Melbourne, Australia who changed their name to Mid Youth Crisis in 1997.

rock
hardcore
Sunday
23 March
19:00

Oasis cover band from glasgow who made it big by covering other songs in an Oasis style!

rock
Pop
Friday
4 April
18:00

Magma is the French brain-child of drummer/composer Christian Vander formed in Paris in 1969, disbanded in 1983 and reformed in 1996. Starting with a base of experimental rock heavily influenced by jazz and 20th century classical music, the band developed such a unique style of progressive rock that it became a new genre called “Zeuhl.” Characterized by insistent and repetitive rhythms, dramatic vocals, virtuosic solos, heavy bass playing, and jazzy drums, Zeuhl has been emulated by numerous followers from all over the world.

rock
Saturday
24 May
18:00

Korai Öröm are a Hungarian band known for their dynamic live concerts (often in unusual places such as around swimming pools or in the great outdoors) accompanied by video projections and for their original sound - long-flowing, cosmic space-rock jams with hypnotic atmospheres and superb percussion, with bits of trumpet and flute added on

rock
Sunday
25 May
18:00

Blonde Redhead is an alternative rock band originating from New York City in the early 1990s. It was formed by Kazu Makino, Maki Takahashi and Milan-born Italian twin brothers Simone Pace and Amedeo Pace. They take their name from a song by DNA, a 70s and 80s no-wave band from New York. Blonde Redhead caught the attention of Sonic Youth’s drummer, Steve Shelley, who produced their first self titled album in 1993.

Indie
rock
Monday
22 September
18:00

The Toy Dolls are an English punk rock band formed in 1979. Departing from the angry lyrics and music often associated with punk rock, The Toy Dolls worked within the aesthetics of punk to express a sense of fun, with songs such as "Yul Brynner Was A Skinhead", "My Girlfriend's Dad's A Vicar" and "Nellie the Elephant".

punk
rock
Monday
3 November
19:00

Montesano WA, United States (1982 – present) Melvins are an American band that formed in Montesano, Washington in 1982. In the early days of their career their dark, heavy, oppressively slow sound made them innovators of genres like sludge, grunge, and doom metal. Melvins’ music is influenced by Flipper, Black Flag’s My War-era hardcore punk and Black Sabbath-style heavy metal, but their idiosyncratic approach, bizarre sense of humor, and experimentation make neat categorization difficult.

rock
metal
Sunday
16 November
19:00

Chumbawamba is a Leeds based English anarchist music group. It evolved from its punk roots, through pop, techno, and various other styles, to the folk group which it is now. The band is known for its polyphony and its non-conformant lyrics.

rock
Pop
punk
Friday
5 December
19:00

Because Elvis has become an international institution that can communicate across national and cultural boundaries, it comes as no surprise that El Vez - the self proclaimed “mexican elvis” - has come along. El Vez, aka Robert Lopez, has been kicking around the L.A. underground music scene for nearly twenty years. He first appeared in the early l.a. punk band The Zeros and then played in Catholic Discipline (which also spawned lesbian folk singer Phranc).-Sin Alley was formed in 1992 in Antwerp, Belgium.

rock
Thursday
22 January
19:00

Deftones is an American rock band from Sacramento, California formed in 1988, consisting of Chino Moreno (lead vocals and guitar), Stephen Carpenter (guitar), Chi Cheng (bass), Sergio Vega(bass), Frank Delgado (keyboards and turntables), and Abe Cunningham (drums and percussion).

rock
metal
Sunday
1 February
19:00

Thumb was a German Rapcore band formed in November 1993 in Gütersloh. According to the band’s official website they appear to have ceased in 2005 into various side projects; Steffen has joined H-Blockx, Jens is in Taetowier Studio, Jan-Hendrik is in Hudson, Claus is in Alternative Allstars and Axel is in Waterdown.The first home-made tapes were recorded and copied in 1994. Lupe was the last to join the band in October scratching his way to create a new version of Thumb. Record companies began to show an interest and EMI signed a deal in March 1995.

rock
hip hop
Thursday
9 April
18:00

Smash Mouth is an alternative rock band from San Jose, California, United States that formed in 1994, the band comprises Steve Harwell (lead vocalist), Greg Camp (guitarist/songwriter), Paul De Lisle (bassist), and new drummer since early 2006, Jason Sutter (replacing Michael Urbano, who left due to creative differences). Their hit songs include “Walkin’ On The Sun” (1997) and “All Star” (1999).

rock
Pop
Sunday
12 April
18:00

Often tagged as garage-rock revivalists, the Fleshtones mix the fuzz-guitar and Farfisa organ sounds of that genre with rockabilly, ’50s and ’60s R&B, and surf into a potent retro stew the group likes to call “Super Rock.” The group formed in 1976 in Queens with vocalist/keyboardist Peter Zaremba, guitarist Keith Streng, bassist Jan Marek Pukulski, and drummer Bill Milhizer and aimed to return rock and roll to the simplicity and unself-consciousness of the ’50s and early-’60s.

garage rock
rock
Tuesday
21 April
18:00

Urusei Yatsura were a Glaswegian lo-fi rock indie band.Three of the four members are now in the band Projekt A-Ko.

Indie
rock
Saturday
2 May
18:00

Guru Guru is one of the most notable German Krautrock bands, existing from the late 1960s to the present. The band has had many incarnations over nearly 4 decades. Drummer Mani Neumeier has remained as the only original member.

rock
rock
Monday
4 May
18:00

Senser was formed in the late 1980s by a group of friends and musicians from South West London – Nick Michaelson (guitar), Heitham Al-Sayed (vocals), Kerstin Haigh (vocals), John Morgan (drums), James Barrett (bass) and Haggis (engineer, producer, programmer). In 1992 they were joined by Spiral Tribe DJ, Andy Clinton.Their music is a mix of rock, rap and electronic elements.

rock
hip hop
Thursday
14 May
18:00

Incubus is a five-man alternative rock band formed in 1991, based in Calabasas, California. Members include Brandon Boyd (vocals and percussion), Mike Einziger (guitar), Ben Kenney (bass), Jose Pasillas II (drums) and DJ Chris Kilmore (turntables). Former members of the band include Gavin Koppel (a.k.a. DJ Lyfe) (turntables) and Alex Katunich (a.k.a. Dirk Lance) (bass).

rock
Thursday
14 May
18:00

Incubus is a five-man alternative rock band formed in 1991, based in Calabasas, California. Members include Brandon Boyd (vocals and percussion), Mike Einziger (guitar), Ben Kenney (bass), Jose Pasillas II (drums) and DJ Chris Kilmore (turntables). Former members of the band include Gavin Koppel (a.k.a. DJ Lyfe) (turntables) and Alex Katunich (a.k.a.

rock
Thursday
28 May
18:00

New Model Army is an English band, formed in Bradford, West Yorkshire in 1980. They were more melodic than many of their classic counterparts, and are widely respected for their masterful songwriting and their unwavering political stance.The band was named after the English revolutionary army of Oliver Cromwell. Led by guitarist / vocalist, Justin Sullivan (who performed under the name Slade The Leveller in the early 1980s) it was formed in 1980 together with drummer Robert Heaton and bassist Stuart Morrow in their hometown of Bradford, England.

rock
Thursday
28 May
18:00

New Model Army is an English band, formed in Bradford, West Yorkshire in 1980. They were more melodic than many of their classic counterparts, and are widely respected for their masterful songwriting and their unwavering political stance.

rock
Saturday
6 June
18:00

Lydia Lunch (born Lydia Anne Koch on June 2, 1959 in Rochester, New York) is a controversial American post-punk singer, spoken word artist, poet, writer, photographer, and actress. Her extensive, 30-year-plus body of multimedia work is characterized by its extreme obsessiveness with the darkness of the human psyche, often focusing on nihilism, rage, violence, eroticism, surrealism, and pornographic art as key points of topic.

rock
Tuesday
29 September
18:00

The Jesus Lizard is an American band considered part of the noise rock, post-hardcore, and alternative rock genres. Formed in 1987 in Austin, Texas, and based in Chicago, Illinois from 1989 to 1999, the band took their name from a common nickname for the basilisk, a type of lizard that can run on water. The members of the band were/are: Duane Denison (guitars), David Yow (vocals), David Wm. Sims (bass) and Mac McNeilly (drums).Four-piece Pulkas was formed in the mid 90’s in London, UK.Despite other offers, they accepted a contract with Earache Records.

rock
Saturday
17 October
18:00

Senser was formed in the late 1980s by a group of friends and musicians from South West London – Nick Michaelson (guitar), Heitham Al-Sayed (vocals), Kerstin Haigh (vocals), John Morgan (drums), James Barrett (bass) and Haggis (engineer, producer, programmer).

rock
hip hop
Tuesday
20 October
18:00

Four guys holding English degrees from Ohio State University, the New Bomb Turks have been declared as leaders in the punk rock revolution by spiked-haired, hardcore punkers everywhere. They are not pop-punk, but ferociously aggressive and fast, borrowing from the Pagans, Dead Boys, and so on. The band's name comes from Robert Wuhl's character in an early-'80s B movie, "The Hollywood Nights", which also marked the film debuts of Tony Danza and Michelle Pfeiffer.

punk
rock
Friday
23 October
18:00

The Reverend Horton Heat is both an American three-piece psychobilly band from Dallas, Texas, and the stage name of its singer/songwriter, Jim Heath (born in 1959 in Corpus Christi, Texas).The group originally formed in 1985, playing its first gigs in Dallas’s Deep Ellum neighborhood. Its current members are Jim “Reverend Horton” Heath on guitar and lead vocals, Jimbo Wallace on the upright bass, and Paul Simmons on drums.

rock
Sunday
25 October
19:00

Arab Strap were a band from Falkirk, Scotland, signed for the majority of their albums to independent record label Chemikal Underground. The duo had a short lived flirtation with a major label at the peak of their critical acclaim (post-Philophobia) when they signed to Go!Beat records (a former independent label now owned by Universal). Vocalist Aidan Moffat and multi-instrumentalist Malcolm Middleton met in Falkirk, Scotland, bonded over their mutual love for Drag City recording artists such as Smog and Will Oldham, and began a collaboration in 1995.

Indie
rock
Saturday
31 October
19:00

Six by Seven are a Nottingham, England based rock band who formed in 1996, specialising in a brand of space-rock that fused the drones, propulsiveness and washes of noise of krautrock with the abrasiveness of punk. They have released six albums, along with several compilations of studio offcuts and live performances. Arriving at a time of stagnating but popular Britpop and Britrock, they were unique not only in sound but also in utilising a saxophonist for texture and in Sam Hempton choosing to attack his guitar strings with a drumstick instead of a plectrum

Indie
rock
Pop
Wednesday
25 November
19:00

Super Furry Animals (also known as “SFA”, the “Furries” and the “Super Furries”) are a critically acclaimed welsh alternative rock band, with leanings towards psychedelic rock, punk, britpop and electronic experimentation.- Caesar was a three-piece guitar band from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In 1996, the band members Roald van Oosten (singer/guitar), Sem Bakker (bass) and Marit de Loos (drums) had the very first release of the Dutch Excelsior-label with their debut album Clean.

Indie
rock
Pop
Friday
4 December
19:00

The genesis of Gomez was the meeting of four friends from Southport. Guitarist and vocalist Ian Ball and drummer Olly Peacock had previously played together in a local heavy metal band called Severed. They joined with guitarist / vocalist / keyboardist Tom Gray and bassist Paul Blackburn. Ian Ball met vocalist / guitarist Ben Ottewell (from Matlock Bath in Derbyshire) at Sheffield University, where they were both studying.The band played their first gig together in late 1996 in Leeds without a formal name.

Indie
rock
Sunday
6 December
19:00

New Model Army is a modern punk band, more melodic than many of their classic counterparts, and are widely respected for their masterful songwriting and their unwavering political stance.The band was named after the English revolutionary army of Oliver Cromwell. Led by guitarist / vocalist, Justin Sullivan (who performed under the name Slade The Leveller in the early 1980s) it was formed in 1980 together with drummer Robert Heaton and bassist Stuart Morrow in their hometown of Bradford, England.

rock
Saturday
19 December
19:00

Queens of the Stone Age is a hard rock band from Palm Desert, California, United States. The band is frequently labeled stoner rock, although they reject the label. QOTSA developed a style of riff-oriented, heavy music which the band’s founder and mastermind Josh Homme described as ‘robot rock’, saying that he “wanted to create a heavy sound based on a solid jam, just pound it into your head”. Since then, their sound has evolved to incorporate a variety of different styles and influences.

rock
Sunday
11 April
18:00

Silverchair is one of Australia’s most successful alternative rock (and formerly post-grunge) bands. The group has had more top twenty hits during the last decade than any other local artist and they have sold over six million albums worldwide.

rock
Friday
16 April
18:00

3 Colours Red were a British punk/ rock band. They achieved their biggest chart success at the end of the 1990s, along with other ‘Britrock’ bands that retained a certain pop sensibility, such as Ash and Feeder. The band was named by sticking a pin in a London listings magazine, Time Out. It landed randomly on an advert for the concluding part of Polish movie director Krzysztof Kie?lowskis ’ Three Colors’ trilogy. They went on to record two UK top 20 albums, including six top 40 singles.

rock
punk
Monday
26 April
18:00

Sans Secours: The band was founded by Uwe Bubik (b/voc) and Hannes Jaeckl (g/voc) sometime in school, when they were about 16. Soon Daniel Bauer joined the band and with 17 they recorded their first single called “NoWayOutAnd”, which was released on a compilation of newcomer bands in 1992.A short time later, the band recorded with the help of Oliver Welter / Naked Lunch their first 4 track EP named “Avec” at Oliver´s studio in Klagenfurt.-7Zuma7 was a stoner rock band from Eindhoven, Brabant, the Netherlands.

rock
Indie
Sunday
9 May
18:00

To Rococo Rot is a mostly post-rock trio from Berlin, Germany. Members are bassist Stefan Schneider (also of Dusseldorf group Kreidler) and brothers Robert (guitar, electronics) and Ronald Lippok (drums, effects). Ronald Lippok has also gained praise for his work in Tarwater. The band’s name is a palindrome.-Tocotronic is a German rock band formed in 1993. Similar to Blumfeld or Die Sterne, Tocotronic not only innovated German language rock music, but also inspired a number of later bands, such as Wir sind Helden.

Electronica
rock
Thursday
13 May
18:00

Originally hailing from Texas, Fred Drake played in the Los Angeles bands House of Love and Shy Party before fleeing LA’s 1992 riots to vanish into the Mojave, where he lived until his death on June 20, 2002. At the Rancho De La Luna, his studio oasis, Fred recorded not only his own solo projects, but also a variety of artists — among them Daniel Lanios, Vic Chestnut, Kyuss, Fu Manchu, and Mark Lanegan.

rock
Sunday
5 September
18:00

Buckcherry is a band formed in Los Angeles back in 1995. The band released two albums before dissolving in summer 2002 after lead singer Josh Todd left to pursue a solo career. The band reformed in 2005 with a completely new rhythm section to release their third album on April 11th 2006, entitled ‘15’, the album consist of the bands two biggest hits to date “Crazy Bitch” and “Sorry”.Beaver is a stoner rock band from the Netherlands. Beaver gained some fame with a split EP with Queens of the Stone Age (Man’s Ruin), when it was still just a Josh Homme side-project, not a band.

rock
Saturday
18 September
18:00

Famously described by John Peel as being “always different, always the same”, The Fall were formed in Manchester, England in 1976 during the punk era although their style quickly evolved into something more idiosyncratic.The one permanent fixture amidst the Fall’s ever-changing line-up is Mark E. Smith. Smith’s lyrics are free, unboxed and unpredictable, touching on an extremely wide range of subjects and places and caring little for being tied down to easily digestible messages.

rock
Saturday
25 September
18:00

Los Angeles based trio 'Nebula', comprised of Eddie Glass (Guitar/Vocals), English geezer Tom Davies (Bass/Vocals) & Rob Oswald (Drums). It all started when Eddie & friend Neil Blender were making weird 4 track music for skate movie's like 'Alien Workshops' first video. He then went on to drum for 'Olivelawn' and later on played guitar with 'Fu Manchu', writing some of the songs and playing lead guitar on the first three albums. In 1997 Eddie decided it was time to use the whole arsenal - Guitars, Drums, Moogs, Sitars, The Jug and formed Nebula.

rock
Saturday
25 September
18:00

Nebula is a psychedelic stoner rock band, formed by guitarist Eddie Glass and drummer Ruben Romano after departing from Fu Manchu in 1997. Rob Oswald later replaced Ruben Romano on drums in 2007.Fans of heavy rock probably are already familiar with Belgian bands such as Millionaire, Arid, Triggerfinger and Channel Zero, and they will certainly love Cowboys & Aliens, hailing from the beautiful medieval city of Bruges. C&A was formed back in 1996 by John Pollentier (guitar), whose actual purpose was to create alternative music.

rock
Wednesday
20 October
18:00

After the dissolution of stoner rock pioneers Kyuss, and a short adventure in Slo Burn, John Garcia (vocals) comes back with Unida also featuring Arthur Seay (guitar), Dave Dinsmore (bass) and Mike Cancino (drums). Dinsmore was eventualy replaced by Scott Reeder.Pop-punk band, Hangnail, formed in Wisconsin in the late 90’s by Mike Middleton (lead singer/bass), Nick Radovanovic (lead guitar), Matt Wendt (rhythm guitar), and Jacob Dosemagen (drums).

rock
Friday
12 November
19:00

Caspar Brötzmann (born 1962 in Germany) is an electric guitar player.While Brötzmann typically performs with the power trio lineup of Massaker, with guitar, bass guitar and drum set, he only uses rock and roll and heavy metal music as a basis for his music. Brötzmann’s technique has been praised by Wire: “…his attack on the instrument — explosive, obstreperous, large scale, textural, timbral — asserts the material facts of string-pickup-amplifier more bluntly than anyone else currently involved in rock”.

rock
jazz
Thursday
18 November
19:00

Fu Manchu is a Southern Californian stoner rock band, who released their debut single “Kept Between Trees” in 1990. Rolling Stone describes their sound as:“Super heavy and bass happy Detroit rock ‘n’ roll is totally deep-fried, fuzzed out, window breakin’, pot sellin’, sleepin-in-the-van, skater metal.”

rock
Thursday
18 November
19:00

Fu Manchu is a Southern Californian stoner rock band, who released their debut single “Kept Between Trees” in 1990. Rolling Stone describes their sound as: Super heavy and bass happy Detroit rock ‘n’ roll is totally deep-fried, fuzzed out, window breakin’, pot sellin’, sleepin-in-the-van, skater metal.”

rock
Friday
19 November
19:00

Ozric Tentacles (also known as Ozrics) are an instrumental rock band from Somerset, whose music can loosely be described as psychedelic or space rock. Formed in 1984, the band has released 28 albums as of 2009, and become a cottage industry selling over a million albums worldwide despite never having major label backing.

rock
Tuesday
23 November
19:00

No Use for a Name is a punk rock band from San Jose, California, United States formed in 1987 by Chris Dodge (guitar), Steve Papoutsis (bass), Rory Koff (drums), and Tony Sly (vocals). The band's sound has evolved considerably through its career, taking on a much lighter brand of melodic punk as the years passed.

punk
rock
Tuesday
23 November
19:00

No Use for a Name (often abbreviated NUFAN) is a punk rock band from San Jose, California. They were formed in 1987 by Tony Sly and Rory Koff. The band is highly praised in the skate punk and hardcore scenes, though their sound has evolved considerably through the years, taking on a much lighter and poppier brand of melodic punk.NUFAN’s debut album, Incognito, was released in 1990 through New Red Archives.

punk
rock
Tuesday
23 May
18:00

Crazy Town is a hip-hop/rock band formed in Los Angeles, CA, USA in 1995 by Bret Mazur and Seth Binzer. The band is best known for their 2001 single, “Butterfly”, which reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Members of the band mix elements of hip-hop and rock but are mainly alternative hip-hop. As a group, they have released two studio albums, The Gift of Game and Darkhorse. Their debut album was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

rock
Wednesday
31 May
18:00

Spiritual Beggars are a stoner rock/metal band from Halmstad, Sweden. They formed in 1992 and debuted with a self-titled album in 1994. Spiritual Beggars are basically a reversion to true rock roots. Although this is no-way a retrogression of musical techniques. They offer intelligent and burnished pieces of euphony, that come across like a junkie of groove. In other words a musical drug, an addictive blend of severity and harmony.

rock
metal
Thursday
23 November
19:00

Snuff are a British band formed in London, UK in 1986 who primarily play punk rock, but have also veered off into Dub and Ska at times. Their name reportedly came about after a long discussion about names ended up with one of them claiming ‘That’s Enough’, which was then shortened to Snuff. The original line up was Duncan Redmonds on drums and vocals, Simon Wells on guitar and vocals, and Andy Crighton on bass and vocals. The band split up in 1991, but re-formed in 1994.

punk
rock
metal
Sunday
11 March
19:00

The Swedish rock band The Hellacopters was formed in Stockholm, Sweden in 1994 as a side project by Nicke Andersson (a founding member of the Swedish death metal bands Entombed and Death Breath ), with dregen (guitar) (who later left the band to concentrate on his other band Backyard Babies), Kenny Håkansson (bass) and Robert Eriksson (drums). Robert Dahlqvist,”Strings”(lead guitar) met the other members while working in a bar and replaced Dregen in 1999. Also in the band is Anders Lindström(keyboard, tambourine and guitar), better known as Boba.

rock
garage rock
Thursday
29 March
18:00

Boston, United States (1993 – 2005) In 2005 Karate announced their demise, quietly closing the door on a 12-year run that included 6 studio albums and almost 700 performances in 20 countries. They exited the indie rock world without much fanfare, except from the small enclaves of devout fans who have followed their music since Geoff Farina’s early 90’s work with The Secret Stars.

rock
Indie
Saturday
27 October
18:00

Penthouse - or (in the USA) Fifty Tons Of Black Terror - made the traditional Three Albums, each on a different record label, and then split.

Indie
rock
Thursday
21 February
19:00

Drowning Pool is a hard rock/nu metal band from Dallas, Texas formed in 1997 that rose to prominence while playing along with Ozzy Osbourne during Ozzfest. Their 2001 debut album, Sinner, was certified platinum within six months and the video for its first single “Bodies” was frequently aired on various music video channels. After the September 11th attacks the song “Bodies” was infrequently heard on many radio stations due to the sensitivity of those families’ loved ones who jumped from the towers.

metal
rock
Friday
22 February
19:00

The Mission (known as The Mission UK in the United States due to a naming clash with a Philadelphia R&B band) is a goth band formed in 1986 from the splinters of the freshly-dissolved goth band The Sisters of Mercy.It was started in Leeds by frontman Wayne Hussey, lead/vocals, guitar and Craig Adams, bass (both of the Sisters)and both in the ressurection of the band in 1999 (with Craig Adams, bass leaving permanantly in 2002 to join The Alarm), soon adding Mick Brown, drums (of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry) and Simon Hinkler, guitar (of Artery/Pulp).

rock
Saturday
20 April
18:00

The (International) Noise Conspiracy was formed in Sweden, in 1998, as a garage rock band with punk rock influences. The band members are Dennis Lyxzén (vocals), Inge Johansson (bass), Lars Strömberg (guitar), and Ludwig Dahlberg (drums). Dennis formed T(I)NC almost immediately after the break up of his former band, Refused. T(I)NC takes pride in blending the roots of at least four other bands, including Refused (Lyxzén), Totalt Jävla Mörker (Johansson), Separation (Strömberg), Saidiwas (Dahlberg and former keyboardist Sara Almgren).

rock
punk
Indie
Saturday
27 April
18:00

Ozric Tentacles (also known as Ozrics) are an instrumental rock band from Somerset, whose music can loosely be described as psychedelic or space rock. Formed in 1984, the band has released 28 albums as of 2009, and become a cottage industry selling over a million albums worldwide despite never having major label backing.

rock
Saturday
11 May
18:00

In 2005 Karate announced their demise, quietly closing the door on a 12-year run that included 6 studio albums and almost 700 performances in 20 countries. They exited the indie rock world without much fanfare, except from the small enclaves of devout fans who have followed their music since Geoff Farina’s early 90’s work with The Secret Stars.

Indie
rock
Sunday
23 March
19:00

Glenn Branca (born October 6, 1948 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) is an avant-garde composer and guitarist.In the early 1980s, he composed several medium-length compositions for electric guitar ensembles, including The Ascension (1981) and Indeterminate Activity Of Resultant Masses (1981). He soon thereafter began composing symphonies for orchestras of electric guitars and percussion, which blended droning industrial cacophony and microtonality with quasi-mysticism and advanced mathematics.Branca’s music begun to receive academic attention.

rock
rock
Friday
11 April
18:00
rock
Friday
5 December
19:00

Ozric Tentacles (also known as Ozrics) are an instrumental rock band from Somerset, whose music can loosely be described as psychedelic or space rock. Formed in 1984, the band has released 28 albums as of 2009, and become a cottage industry selling over a million albums worldwide despite never having major label backing.

rock
Friday
12 March
19:00
rock
Friday
19 March
19:00
rock
Saturday
20 March
19:00
rock
Sunday
11 April
18:00

NoMeansNo is a Canadian progressive punk rock music group originally from Victoria, British Columbia.The band has never had, nor have they seemed to pursue, strong mainstream success, but they do have a devoted underground following in North America and Europe. They tour fairly often on both continents and maintain a dedicated fan base.

punk
rock
Saturday
22 May
18:00

Originally based on the south coast of England in Portsmouth, Cranes released their first album on vinyl, Self Non Self in July 1989. The intensity of that album garnered very good reviews and caught the attention of John Peel, who picked up on the album right away, with the group recording a session for him in the album’s first week of release. Shortly afterwards they signed to the label Dedicated (which also became home to Spiritualized and Beth Orton) and went on to record their EP “Espero” in 1990, with the album “Wings of Joy” following a year later.

rock
Pop
Friday
5 November
19:00

OZRIC TENTACLES (commonly known as the Ozrics) are an instrumental rock band who's sound can be described as a blend of hippy aesthetics and raver electronics with spiraling guitars, textured waves of keyboards, midi, samplers, and super-groovy bass and drum rhythms. The band has gone through myriad line-up changes, with Ed Wynne (guitar, keyboards) being the only constant presence since the beginning.

rock
Friday
11 March
19:00

Supersilent is a Norwegian improvisational avant-garde / electroacoustic group from Oslo, Norway, formed in 1997 and signed on Rune Grammofon. The band reportedly never rehearse together or communicate about their music outside of live sets and studio sessions.Supersilent was formed when the free jazz trio Veslefrekk (Arve Henriksen on trumpet, keyboardist Ståle Storløkken, and Jarle Vespestad on drums) played a concert with producer, live electronics artist and self-described “audio virus” Helge Sten (a. k.a. Deathprod).

rock
Thursday
15 September
18:00

Pere Ubu is an experimental rock music group formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975. Despite many long-term band members, singer David Thomas is the only constant. The group is named after Père Ubu (“father Ubu”), the protagonist of Ubu Roi (“Ubu, the King”), a play by French writer Alfred Jarry.

punk
rock
Saturday
24 September
18:00

Michael Rother (born 2 September 1950 in Hamburg) is a German experimental Krautrock musician and composer. Rother is a multi-instrumentalist (primarily guitar and keyboards) who, along with a catalog of several solo albums starting in 1977, is most known for having co-founded the German group Neu! with drummer Klaus Dinger (five albums between 1971 and 1996), and his collaborative efforts with Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius (aka Cluster) under the name Harmonia (two albums, one in 1974 and 1975, with later 1976 sessions recorded with Brian Eno released two decades later.

Electronica
rock
Wednesday
8 February
19:00

Afterhours are one of the most popular Italian alternative rock bands. Founded by lead singer Manuel Agnelli, currently Afterhours’ members are Manuel Agnelli, Giorgio Prette, Rodrigo D’Erasmo, Giorgio Ciccarelli and Roberto Dell’Era.

rock
Wednesday
8 February
19:00

Afterhours are one of the most popular Italian alternative rock bands. Founded by lead singer Manuel Agnelli, currently Afterhours’ members are Manuel Agnelli, Giorgio Prette, Rodrigo D’Erasmo, Giorgio Ciccarelli and Roberto Dell’Era.

rock
Friday
26 May
18:00

Amusement Parks on Fire are an English shoegaze band from Nottingham. The band was formed by Michael Feerick in 2004, who wrote and performed their self-titled debut album entirely by himself. The band has since expanded and now write and perform as a five-piece currently composed of Michael Feerick (guitar/vocals), Daniel Knowles (guitar/production), Peter Dale (drums), Gavin Poole (bass) and Joe Hardy (keyboard).

Indie
rock
Wednesday
14 February
19:00

Aereogramme were an alternative/progressive/post-rock four-piece from Glasgow. Formed in 1998, the band released three full-length albums, ‘A Story In White’, ‘Sleep and Release’ and ‘My Heart Has A Wish That You Would Not Go’, and a couple of EPs on Chemikal Underground Records.

rock
Thursday
8 March
19:00

Trans Am are loosely associated with the mid-’90s post-rock scene centered around Tortoise, UI, Labradford, Windy & Carl, etc., and the Thrill Jockey, Kranky, UHF and Southern labels, among others. Although a vast distance separates Trans Am’s albums, all of them are concerned with an extreme, somewhat humorous reorientation of the clichés and conventions of rock music, primarily through either technical (exaggerated displays of skill) or instrumental (electronics, effects) deviation.

rock
Wednesday
4 April
18:00

Alec Empire is undoubtedly a veteran, having released his first record while still at school. At the age of fourteen he formed his English-speaking band, Die Kinder (The Children), supporting bands like Die Toten Hosen. With his last band, Atari Teenage Riot, he incited rebellion, while still finding time to battle as a DJ with Q-Bert and Mixmaster Mike, and make more remixes than most people have had hot dinners!

rock
Electronica
Friday
25 May
18:00

Fu Manchu is a Southern Californian stoner rock band, who released their debut single “Kept Between Trees” in 1990. Rolling Stone describes their sound as:“Super heavy and bass happy Detroit rock ‘n’ roll is totally deep-fried, fuzzed out, window breakin’, pot sellin’, sleepin-in-the-van, skater metal.”

rock
Thursday
30 August
18:00

Billy Talent is a Juno Award-winning Canadian rock band formed in 1993. They performed and recorded together for about a decade before finding a wide mainstream following. Originally called Pezz, the group originates from Streetsville, in Mississauga, Ontario, but now hail from Toronto, Ontario. The band is currently on tour, promoting a new album, released in July 2009 named “Billy Talent III”.

rock
punk
Tuesday
25 September
18:00

Along with Marlene Kuntz and C.S.I, AFTERHOURS were the most important rock band to emerge from Italy in the 1990's. Their energetic and extremely personal style gained them huge success and the attention of the critics, who immediatly recognised the talent of their leadsinger Manuele Agnelli. It is clear that Afterhours gained a pivotal role in the growth of the Italian indie scene.

rock
Friday
28 September
18:00

Plasma Guru is a Belgian band born in 2006. Their alternative rock is powerful with a strong energy and a Pearl Jam taste in the voice. Plasma Guru has launched this summer their very first demo featuring 5 tracks.

rock
Thursday
11 October
18:00

Tuxedomoon is an experimental avant-garde/post-punk/new wave group formed in San Francisco, California consisting of core members Blaine L. Reininger, Steven Brown and Peter Principle.Formed in 1977 by multi-instrumentalists Reininger and Brown, then two students of electronic music at San Francisco City College, with technical assistance from video artist Tommy Tadlock, Tuxedomoon started playing salons and accompanying performances by The Angels of Light.

rock
Thursday
11 October
18:00

Tuxedomoon is an experimental avant-garde/post-punk/new wave group formed in San Francisco, California consisting of core members Blaine L. Reininger, Steven Brown and Peter Principle.Formed in 1977 by multi-instrumentalists Reininger and Brown, then two students of electronic music at San Francisco City College, with technical assistance from video artist Tommy Tadlock, Tuxedomoon started playing salons and accompanying performances by The Angels of Light.

rock
Wednesday
17 October
18:00

Alonzo "Psy4 de la Rime" + Sale Equipe + Lygne 26

rock
Friday
19 October
18:00

Black Stone Cherry is a southern rock band formed on June 4, 2001 in Edmonton, Kentucky, USA. They are signed to Roadrunner Records. The band is composed of Chris Robertson (lead vocals, guitar), Ben Wells (guitar, background vocals), John Lawhon (bass guitar, background vocals), and John Fred Young (drums, background vocals), son of The Kentucky Headhunters’ rhythm guitarist Richard Young. Black Stone Cherry has released two studio albums and three EPs, and has charted five singles on the U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks charts.

rock
Saturday
3 November
19:00

Dustin O’Halloran is an American pianist, who has done work with Sara Lov for Devics and has also been featured on the soundtrack for the Sofia Coppola’s film “Marie Antoinette” (2006). He first began classical training on the instrument at age 7. Six years of lessons were abruptly interrupted when he relocated to live with his father. O’Halloran would not touch the piano again for over a decade.

rock
Saturday
3 November
19:00

Since their formation in 1992, Envy (????) has become a dominant band in the independent hardcore and screamo scene in Japan. Their music has evolved over the years to incorporate hardcore, screamo, and most recently, the epic tendencies of post-rock. Envy is characterized by their ability to master screamo’s loud-soft dynamic to evoke both crushing brutality and gentle beauty, often within the same song. Much has been made of vocalist Tetsuya Fukugawa’s own skill at commanding this dichotomy and thusly their live shows have grown in legend over the years.

rock
Tuesday
6 November
19:00

Hermano formed in 1998 as a side project and in doing so became a mini super group in stoner rock circles. The original lineup consisted of vocalist John Garcia (Kyuss, Unida, Slo Burn), bassist Dandy Brown (Orquesta del Desierto), drummer Steve Earle (Afghan Whigs) and guitarists Mike Callahan (Earshot, Disengage) and David Angstrom (Banger, Supafuzz, Black Cat Bone, Devil May Care).

rock
Tuesday
13 November
19:00

Mono are a post-rock group from Tokyo, Japan formed in 1999. The band consists of Takaakira Goto (electric guitar), Yoda (electric guitar), Tamaki Kunishi (bass guitar, guitar, piano, glockenspiel), and Yasunori Takada (drum kit, glockenspiel, synthesiser).

rock
Saturday
8 December
19:00

Rising from the ashes of the band Tusk, the instrumental post-metal outfit Pelican formed in Chicago, 2001, by guitarists Trevor de Brauw and Laurent Lebec with sibling rhythm section Larry Herweg and Bryan Herweg (drums and bass, respectively).Owing a great debt to pioneering forefathers Neurosis, and often compared to Boston’s Isis, and Sweden’s Cult of Luna, Pelican were initially signed to Hydra Head Records (whose head, Aaron Turner, is a member of Isis).

rock
Friday
18 January
19:00

Mud Flow is a famous belgian band. Composed of 3 musicians (Vincent Liben: vocals, guitar | Blazz: bass | Charlie deCroix: drums) but there are always 4 on stage, with another guitarist. They play rock, but in their last album they tend to break out the cliché, and they play an alternative-pop-rock.

rock
Sunday
20 January
19:00

Coheed & Cambria is a progressive rock band, formed in Nyack, New York, United States in 1995 under the name Shabutie, but in 2001 changed the name to Coheed and Cambria.

rock
Sunday
20 January
19:00

New York's COHEED & CAMBRIA officially took root in 2001, shedding their former name of Shabutie and embracing a fusion of progressive rock, emocore, and highly conceptual album themes. All of Coheed and Cambria’s albums are concept albums that reveal a science fiction storyline called The Amory Wars, a story written by lead singer Claudio Sanchez, which has been transcribed into a series of comic books, as well as a full length novel.

rock
Friday
1 February
19:00

The Blackout are a heavy and intense sixpiece who combine furious drumming, soaring melodies and great crunching riffs. Their debut album ‘We are the Dynamite’ was released in 2007 and 2years later they signed a worldwide deal with the large and influential Epitaph label, run by Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. Playing shows with the likes of Funeral for a friend, Avenged Sevenfold, Dredg, Thrice and Hidden In Plain View, they recently released their new album ‘The Best In Town’.

rock
Friday
1 February
19:00

The Blackout are a band formed in 2003 in South Wales and drawing influences from across the board, they combine heavy crunching guitars, riffs, screams and thunderous drumbeats with beautiful melodies and emotionally driven vocals.

rock
Saturday
16 February
19:00

POLYSICS is a Japanese new wave/synth pop/punk/rock band, hailing from Tokyo. The band started in 1997, but got their big break in 1998 at a concert in Tokyo. They create high energy music, fusing conventional guitar music, with synthesized and computer generated sound to create a unique mixture of punk and electro-pop. Their song lyrics often consist of Japanese, broken English, or just plain gibberish. The band has been noted for their extremely energetic live performances and their wild gimmicky outfits.

rock
Saturday
16 February
19:00

POLYSICS is a Japanese new wave/synth pop/punk/rock band, hailing from Tokyo. The band started in 1997, but got their big break in 1998 at a concert in Tokyo. They create high energy music, fusing conventional guitar music, with synthesized and computer generated sound to create a unique mixture of punk and electro-pop. Their song lyrics often consist of Japanese, broken English, or just plain gibberish. The band has been noted for their extremely energetic live performances and their wild gimmicky outfits.

rock
Thursday
28 February
19:00

Kinski formed in 1998 in a pub, when bartender and drummer Dave Weeks overheard a conversation between two customers, Chris Martin (guitar) and Lucy Atkinson (bassist) about analog recording. Weeks joined the discussion, and they found they also shared mutual musical interests, and hence agreed to form a band. They started playing live the same year with an expansive, experimental sound.

rock
Saturday
8 March
19:00

Path Of No Return is glorious in its perseverance. Never betraying its mission, the imminent masterwork The Absinthe Dreams by Örebro, Sweden’s Path Of No Return is testimony to the fact that integrity and ambition pays off. A band that has travelled the hard roads to get to where they are presently, Path Of No Return is the band that you absolutely positively cannot ignore this year if you have any desire to be touched by sincere and heavy music.

rock
Wednesday
12 March
19:00

Operator Please is a baroque pop band from Gold Coast, Australia that formed in early 2005 and their current line up consists of vocalist and guitarist Amandah Wilkinson, drummer Tim Commandeur, keyboardist Chris Holland, bassist Ashley McConnell, and violinist Taylor Henderson. Original keyboardist Sarah Gardiner left in April of 2008.

rock
Indie
Friday
14 March
19:00

Giardini di Mirò is a post-rock unit based in Reggio Emilia, Italy. The group formed in 1998, and its members include Jukka Reverberi, Lorenzo Lanzi, Mirko Venturelli, Luca Di Mira, and Corrado Nuccini. Notable acts the unit has toured with include Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Karate, Ulan Bator, and Unwound.

rock
Friday
21 March
19:00

Fiction Plane is an alternative rock band from the United Kingdom featuring lead singer, Joe Sumner, son of Gordon Sumner, better known as Sting. They recorded their first demo album called “Swings and Roundabouts” in 2000. Due to the band feeling their name was infantile, they changed it from Santa’s Boyfriend to Fiction Plane in 2002 and recording their first official album, Everything Will Never Be OK, with MCA records.

rock
Thursday
3 April
18:00

Kaizers Orchestra is a Norwegian alternative rock group, formed in Stavanger, Norway on January 1, 2000. The current band members are Janove Ottesen (a.k.a. “The Jackal”, lead vocal), Geir Zahl (a.k.a. “Hellraizer”, second guitar, second vocal, oil barrels), Rune Solheim (a.k.a. “Mink”, drums), Terje Winterstø Røthing (a.k.a. “Killmaster”, first guitar, oil barrels, backing vocals), Øyvind Storesund (a.k.a. “Thunder”, double bass, whistler) and Helge Risa (a.k.a. “Omen”, pump organ, piano, accordion, marimba).

rock
Saturday
5 April
18:00

This Will Destroy You is an instrumental American post-rock band from San Marcos, Texas. The band is made up of Chris King, Raymond Brown, Jeremy Galindo, and Andrew Miller. Raymond Brown has since gone to medical school and handed the torch to Donovan Jones, who joined in February of ‘08. They are signed to Magic Bullet.

rock
Thursday
10 April
18:00

Be Your Own Pet (often abbreviated to BYOP) was a four-piece garage rock group from Nashville, Tennessee, USA. In August 2008, they announced their split after six years together.The teenage band consisted of lead singer Jemina Pearl Abegg, the daughter of Christian artist/photographer Jimmy Abegg; guitarist Jonas Stein, the son of manager Burt Stein; John Eatherly (drums); and Nathan Vasquez (bass), the son of acclaimed latin jazz guitarist Rafael Vasquez.

rock
punk
Sunday
13 April
18:00

Every Time I Die is a five-piece southern metal band from Buffalo, New York, founded in the winter of 1998. Though popularly classified as hardcore, Every Time I Die’s sound also contains strong elements of metalcore, southern rock and math metal. Beginning with a noisy, chaotic sound close to mathcore they increasingly added fat grooves and twin leads to the mix with each release. Also of note are Keith Buckley’s intelligent and often cryptic lyrics.

rock
Monday
28 April
18:00

Aiden is an American post-hardcore band from Seattle, Washington and that formed in the spring of 2003 by former high schoolers. The current members are WiL Francis (Vocals & Guitar), Jake Davison (Drums), Nick Wiggins (Bass), and Angel Ibarra (Guitar). wiL originally played bass but took over lead vocals when their previous vocalist left due to spiritual differences.

rock
Saturday
3 May
18:00

kimono is an experimental rock trio hailing from Reykjavik, Iceland and Halifax, Nova Scotia. Their lastest album is called “Easy Music For Difficult People” and is released on Kimi Records.kimono is made up of Gylfi Blöndal(guitar), Alex MacNeil (guitar and vocals) and Kjartan Bragi Bjarnason (drums).

rock
Indie
Sunday
18 May
18:00

And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead is an indie rock band best known for their heavy yet anthemic music and their tendency to destroy their equipment at the end of their performances (a rock and roll tradition usually associated with The Who). According to the band’s website, the name “…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead” is taken from both an ancient Mayan ritual chant and an Egyptian burial text.

rock
Saturday
31 May
18:00

Empyr is a French rock band created in 2007. The 5 members are Benoît Poher (vocals) & Florian Dubos (guitar) from Kyo, Benoît Juillard (bass) from Pleymo, Fred Duquesne (guitar) from Watcha & Jocelyn Moze (drums), formerly from Vegastar. They chose to sing in English, for the international market.Their debut album The Peaceful Riot, recorded in Los Angeles & produced by Ken Andrews, came out on May 12, 2008, including the single “New Day”.

rock
Sunday
1 June
18:00

Eagles of Death Metal are a rock band formed in Palm Desert, California in 1998. Despite the name, Eagles of Death Metal is not a death metal band. Hughes said that a friend was trying to introduce Josh Homme to the death metal genre. When he played the Polish band Vader and made a claim that the song was death metal, Homme called them “The Eagles of death metal”. After hearing this phrase, he wondered what a cross between the Eagles and a death metal band would sound like.

rock
Wednesday
4 June
18:00

Tapes ‘n Tapes are an indie rock band which formed in 2003 at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, United States.

rock
Tuesday
10 June
18:00

Rival Schools are a Post Hardcore band from New York, United States that was formed in 1999 by members from several influential 80’s and 90’s hardcore bands (including Gorilla Biscuits, Quicksand, CIV, Youth of Today, Burn, Project X, Judge, Moondog, Warzone, Side by Side and Iceburn). The band started from the ashes of a short lived project, World’s Fastest Car which had Artie Shepard of Mind Over Matter and Bad Trip fame involved, but the project went no further than demos.

rock
Wednesday
8 October
18:00

This Will Destroy You is an instrumental American post-rock band from San Marcos, Texas. The band is made up of Chris King, Raymond Brown, Jeremy Galindo, and Andrew Miller. Raymond Brown has since gone to medical school and handed the torch to Donovan Jones, who joined in February of ‘08. They are signed to Magic Bullet.The band formed in 2005 and released the EP which was originally supposed to be the band’s demo, Young Mountain, the same year. The EP received favorable reviews. They released their self-titled debut album on January 29, 2008.

rock
Friday
10 October
18:00

Formed in Turin in 1996 by the producer and guitar player Max Casacci and the singer Samuel Romano, SUBSONICA soon started, after also enrolled keyboardwast and long time friend Boosta, together with Ninja and Pierfunk (then replaced by Bass Vicio) to complete a straightforward and top-notch rhythm section.With the arrival of the New Millennium they performed on the stage of the Festival di Sanremo (the main italian pop music festival) where, with the track “Tutti i miei sbagli

Electronica
rock
Friday
10 October
18:00

Subsonica is an Italian electronic/rock band. The group was formed in 1996 in Turin, Italy. Their eponymous debut album debuted at the end of 1996. The band gained real success in 2000 by playing the Sanremo Music Festival. The first two singles off of the album Microchip Emozionale, Tutti I Miei Sbagli and Discoteca Labirinto were hits. Their latest album, L’Eclissi was released in 2007.

Electronica
rock
Friday
5 December
19:00

Wolf Parade is an indie rock band from Victoria, British Columbia, now based in Montreal,QC. Wolf Parade was formed when Spencer Krug (also Sunset Rubdown, Frog Eyes and Swan Lake) was offered a gig supporting Arcade Fire. He called Dan Boeckner (formerly of notable B.C. band Atlas Strategic, now also part of Handsome Furs) and they wrote songs with a drum machine before calling Arlen Thompson to play drums. Hadji Bakara joined in 2004.

Indie
rock
Saturday
7 February
19:00

Vandal X is known since year 1994 as a 2 man-noisegenerating-army from Belgium. File under noise-hardcore-drone- Vandal X is a two-piece band with the volume and power of a Russian Soyuz Missile being launched in your backyard. They have often been compared with the likes of Shellac, Unsane, Helmet, Today Is the Day.

rock
Monday
23 February
19:00

My Vitriol are an alternative rock band from London, England. The band name, which is often misinterpreted, is taken from the novel Brighton Rock by Graham Greene. The band currently comprises Som Wardner (vocals, guitar and lyrics), Ravi Kesavaram (drums), Seth Taylor (guitar) and Laura Claire (bass).

rock
Tuesday
24 February
19:00

The Bronx are an American band from Southern California who began playing punk rock in 2002. Their original goal was to bring passionate, blood-and-sweat punk rock into the 21st Century. Their first self-titled album was released in 2003 on White Drugs. For their second self-title the band signed with Island Records and went on to play music with a hard rock influence that still retained their original punk stylings.

punk
rock
Thursday
26 February
19:00

The Rasmus is a rock band formed in 1994 in Helsinki, Finland. Consisting of Lauri Ylönen (lead singer/songwriter), Eero Heinonen (bass), Pauli Rantasalmi (guitar) and Aki Hakala (drums). The band was formed at the end of the band members’ schooling and were initially known as Rasmus. They recorded their first single, 1st, released independently through Teja Kotilainen Records in late 1995. They signed with Warner Music Finland in 1996 and released their first album, Peep, that same year. The album went gold in Finland.

rock
Saturday
14 March
19:00

1982 is a new band which is quickly rising. They started out in 2008. Now it's 2009 and things are moving faster than sound for this four young men born in 1982. They perform on a more than frequent basis. So far they have two video clips who were produced by Marco Laguna (La Muerte, Vitalic, Ghinzu, Montevideo, etc) and their first live record will be released with the help of Vice magazine.

rock
Wednesday
18 March
19:00

Electric Six is a six-piece Detroit-based rock band that plays a mix of rock, funk and disco. The band’s first notorious formation comprised Dick Valentine (vocals), Rock and Roll Indian (guitar), Surge Joebot (guitar), Disco (bass, former member of Detroit Cobras), and M (drums). Dick Valentine (real name Tyler Spencer) has always been the primary songwriter (both music and lyrics) of Electric Six, currently and under their former incarnation, when they were known as the Wildbunch.

rock
Saturday
4 April
18:00

Volcano! is a three-piece rock band from Chicago, Illinois that draw on influences ranging from classic rock, post-punk, free jazz and noise rock. The Leaf Label released the trio’s critically acclaimed debut, Beautiful Seizure, in the USA in late 2005 and worldwide in early 2006. In 2006 the band did a Take-Away Show session with Vincent Moon.

rock
Wednesday
27 May
18:00

Fight Like Apes (also referred to as FLApes or FLA) are an Irish alternative rock band formed in Dublin in 2006. Their members are Mary-Kate "MayKay" Geraghty (vocals and synth), Jamie "Pockets" Fox (keyboard and vocals), Tom Ryan (bass) and Adrian Mullan (drums). They are known for their elongated record titles, usually inspired by B movies.

rock
Thursday
28 May
18:00

Baskery is Greta, Stella and Sunniva Bondesson, three sisters from Stockholm, Sweden. This three part orchestra creates their sound on distorted slide banjo, slap-driven upright bass and acoustic guitar. Baskerys debut album “Fall Among Thieves”, released in may 2008, was recorded live on stage at Decibel Studios together with their engineer/producer, Lasse Mårtén. Baskery’s members have earlier toured Sweden, Europe and the US, with their former band Slaptones (EMI/Capitol) featuring drummer & dad Jan-Åke Bondesson.

rock
Monday
15 June
18:00

Hailing from Iceland For a Minor Reflection comprises of four 20-year-olds. Their music is best described as energetic, melodious post-rock, though being the natural creative visionaries they are, the band expand and even subvert their style with almost every song. Their self-produced debut album Reistu þig við, sólin er komin á loft…, a mesmerizing, hour-long tapestry featuring six songs and recorded over a weekend in Iceland.

rock
Tuesday
23 June
18:00

Luke Rowell, aka Disasteradio, is an underground music legend in New Zealand. He began writing 80s-inspired synth pop a decade ago and has released seven albums, from a hand packaged cassette through to his latest album ‘Visions’. Leading critical NZ music magazine Real Groove ranked ‘Visions’ the best NZ album of the year in 2007. Disasteradio has toured his unique show the length of New Zealand numerous times and in 2008 finally got noticed overseas when legendary German producer Hans Nieswandt invited him to perform at Worldtronics in Berlin.

rock
Monday
29 June
18:00

Fucked Up is an experimental hardcore group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band formed and played their first shows in early 2001. The initial practicing lineup consisted of 10,000 Marbles (Guitar), Concentration Camp (Vocals), and Mustard Gas (Bass Guitar). Just prior to recording their demo tape, Concentration Camp moved to guitar and vocal duties were taken over by Pink Eyes (also known as Mr. Damian). Drums are played by Mr. Jo (also credited as G. Beat or J. Falco) and Young Governor was added as a third guitarist in 2007.

rock
Monday
29 June
18:00

Fucked Up is an experimental hardcore/punk band from Toronto, Canada, well known for their energetic live shows.

rock
Saturday
10 October
18:00

SoundBits: monthly sounds of the underground presented by Vk* concerts and Beursschouwburg at Beurskafee Brussels. Julie’s Haircut is a collective from northern Italy who's sound was initially characterized by groove and melody, but moved within years towards more experimental grounds without losing their roots. They toured all over Europe and playing international festivals such as Eurosonic (Netherlands), Traffic (Italy) and Arezzo Wave (Italy).

Indie
rock
Friday
16 October
18:00

Special action: Happy hour at 19:3O (until 20:30H)The band Dio – Distraugth Overlord came from the desire of four japanese visual-kei musicians. They’re planning a worldwilde tour from july to october 2009 and will hit the Vk* on October 16th. Dio will have been maintaining their reputation : the darksome sound, the heavy yet melodious songs and the elaborated image, dedicated to the powerful shows.

rock
Saturday
17 October
18:00

Special action: People who are 20-years old, get in for free (after passport check)Formed in 1993, Swedish hardcore punkers Raised Fist shape an aggressive yet inviting sound when honing their old-school-influenced punk roots (Gorilla Biscuits, Youth of Today, Wide Awake) with a metal edge. Deez Nuts are a hardcore/rap solo project of ex-I Killed The Prom Queen drummer, JJ Peters.

rock
Sunday
18 October
18:00

Special action: First 20 people receive a free Kriek Belle Vue (or an other consumption)Youthful naivety can produce flashes of rock & roll excitement, but genuine experience and the passage of time can turn a good band into a truly great one. Now, eight years on from when the young Fremantle trio leapt onto the national stage, Eskimo Joe are taking a big, bold step towards Australian music greatness with their third album 'Black Fingernails, Red Wine'.

rock
Friday
6 November
19:00

Oceansize is one of numerous British bands crafting epic, moody soundscapes in the post-Radiohead era. However, they can’t be pigeonholed as a Coldplay/Travis clone; their influences ran the gamut from space rock old (Pink Floyd) and new (Mogwai, the Verve) to alternative metal (Jane's Addiction, Tool), shoegaze (My Bloody Valentine, Swervedriver), and even the avant-garde (Can, Tortoise).line up:19:30 doors20:30-21:00 The Worldonfire21:30-23:00 Oceansize

rock
Friday
13 November
19:00

Fall of Troy have to CANCEL their show at the Vk* due to circonstances: 'Andrew from the band was held in the US due to a faulty passport and wont be able to fly out until the Paris date'.

rock
Saturday
21 November
19:00

Back in 1999 Mando’s softly-spoken, loud-singing Björn Dixgård together with the nervy, charismatic lead singer Gustaf Norén, the energy packed drummer Samuel Giers and showman bassist Carl Johan Fogelklou – formed Mando Diao. The new band set about playing all seven local clubs and the local petrol stations in their home town and when they’d done that about 10 times over they were ready to explode out of Borlange and onto the Stockholm rock scene, and so they did.

rock
Pop
Indie
Friday
27 November
19:00

The sound of Clutch can be described as “chugging blues riffs, punk rock grit, bombastic funk beats and raw, infectious vocals.” Since 1991 these individuals have been challenging rock n' roll's limits, and Clutch show no signs of abandoning the unique experimentation that has defined them.Kylesa is fundamentally a metal group, but the Savannah, GA-based outfit is otherwise difficult to categorize: elements of hardcore punk, psychedelic s

rock
metal
Wednesday
2 December
19:00

Living Colour is a rock band out of the US which sound could best be described as a fusion of funk, heavy metal, jazz and hip hop. Thanks to bands such as New York's Living Colour, it helped break down the doors by the end of the '80s, leading to a much more open-minded musical landscape that would eventually pave the way for future bands (Rage Against the Machine, Sevendust, etc.).

rock
funk
Saturday
5 December
19:00

AND SO I WATCH YOU FROM AFAR (ASIWYFA), is a math rock band from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Billed by AU Magazine as "one of Northern Ireland's hottest properties", this band will appeal to those seeking a more brutal listening experience, a la We are Knives or Russian circles. This self made instrumental juggernaut have been razing Belfast to the ground with their remarkable live performance which have been described by the press as stunning and unmissable.

rock
Saturday
5 December
19:00

And so I watch you from afar (ASIWYFA), is a math rock band from Belfast, Northern Ireland.

rock
Monday
14 December
19:00

Battant make music that is dark, sinister and minimal - on some songs it sounds like something from the first two albums by Siouxsie and the banshees whilst on others it's pure primitive diy electro. Battant played alongside Primal scream, Two lone swordsmen, Ladytron, Adult. and Nitzer ebb. Keiki is a "satanic pop" duo from Brussels combining catchy, unstoppable melodies with a measure of subtle perversity.

rock
Electronica
Pop
Wednesday
16 December
19:00

Biffy Clyro formed in the mid-’90s between Kilmarnock and Ayr in Scotland – a sleepy region, almost devoid of any meaningful music scene. Playing loud combinations of pop/rock, inspired by the music of bands like Weezer, Biffy Clyro first started by playing their aggressive pop tunes in the nearby Glasgow club scene, eventually enjoying a stable and enthusiastic response from their audiences.

rock
Saturday
13 February
19:00

Ulver (Norwegian for “wolves”) is a multi-disciplinary musical quartet and is one of the most interesting bands to rise out of the extreme metal scene in Norway. Since their first folk metal/black metal release in 1993, Ulver’s style has ever been changing by combining elements of experimental, electronic and ambient music, avant-garde, rock, trip-hop, and their own genre-defying innovations.

folk
rock
Friday
19 February
19:00

An alt-metal band sometimes lumped in with the nu-metal crowd, Essex, England's InMe started out life as 'Drowned' upon their formation. Although InMe were riding a fairly sizable wave of popularity, they were dealt an irritating blow in 2004 when their label fell apart. Luckily for InMe, V2 was there, not only to sign them, but also to offer them a deal that allowed them space for their own label, Pandora's Box Records.

rock
Saturday
20 February
19:00

Dead by Sunrise started to form in 2005 while Chester Bennington was writing songs for Linkin Park's album ''Minutes to Midnight''. According to Bennington, "I came up with a few songs that felt and sounded really good, but I knew they weren't right stylistically for Linkin Park. They were darker and moodier than anything I'd come up with for the band. So I decided to work on them on my own rather than turn them over and have them transformed into Linkin Park tracks.

rock
Electronica
Saturday
6 March
19:00

In the aftermath of the humanitarian disaster in Haiti, Vk* concerts wants to contribute to the reconstruction of the country. Vk* concerts therefore will remit 10euros to the bank account of the project Broederijk Delen Haiti, for each cd sold that night V.O. - It wouldn’t be surprising if Boris Gronemberger has crossed your path before.

rock
Wednesday
10 March
19:00

Bombay Bicycle Club are an indie rock band from London. The band is composed of Jack Steadman (lead vocals, guitar, xylophone), Jamie MacColl (lead guitar, backing vocals), Ed Nash (bass guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Suren de Saram (drums, guitar, backing vocals).Since BBC won the ‘Road to V’ competition on Channel 4 in 2006, they have been steadily building an army of fans, not to mention a deal with the legendary Island records.

Indie
rock
Saturday
13 March
19:00

SoundBits: monthly sounds of the underground presented by Vk* concerts and Beursschouwburg at Beurskafee BrusselsCreated in 2006, Alkalys consists of a guitar deliciously mad , a battery simply incredible , a bass player in turn and oppressive ... Not to mention a druid, who says he is a bass, but nothing suggests, and especially not the sounds, or forms of instruments ... Alkaly to be understood, listen. The set remains a complicated exercise.

rock
Wednesday
17 March
19:00

Lucky dragons are about the birthing of new and temporary creatures--equal-power situations in which audience members cooperate amongst themselves, building up fragile networks held together by such light things as skin contact, unfamiliar language, temporary logic. There have been hundreds of these simple yet shifting and unpredictable instances--with audiences ranging from the intense intimacy of one person to the public spectacle of thousands of people.

rock
Thursday
18 March
19:00

When Underoath was formed in 1998 in Ocala, Florida, some might have argued that their sound was on the borderline of what's been familiarized as grindcore, although others would argue that their sound was more closely related to melodic death metal. But they evolved and their sound can now be described as post-hardcore, screamo or melodic deathmetal.

rock
Wednesday
31 March
18:00

MAXIMUM SOUNDTRACKS CURATED BY MARC JACOBSSpectrum is de band of Pete « Sonic Boom » Kember, guitarist en frontman of Spacemen 3 (who is regarded ,together with My Bloody Valentine, as the founder of 'shoegaze'). Spectrum combines ambient with pop while creating his typical atmosphere. For the opportunity, he'll be playing some songs of Spacemen 3.

rock
Friday
9 April
18:00

Trash Talk are a band from Sacramento, California who formed in 2005. They’ve been swinging at the world ever since. Their goal was to bring to back the heyday of punk rock, when audiences demanded aggressive music with a live show to match and when bands delivered. Trash Talk delivers.Rolo Tomassi are a band from Sheffield, England.

rock
Wednesday
14 April
18:00

Formed in 2005, Madina Lake is comprised of twin brothers in vocalist Nathan and bassist Matthew Leone, guitarist Mateo Camargo and drummer Daniel Torelli. Madina Lake is about more than music for the members of the band. Throughout Madina Lake’s music is a running social commentary, a mirror to a homogenized society; an emotional reaction to artifice and superficiality embedded within brilliant, shimmering pop songs and drive to affect a change with that sound.

rock
Electronica
Friday
30 April
18:00

The San Francisco quartet Enablers write songs that are equally manipulative and encouraging to our darkest desires. The band merges dramatic and flowing melodic soundscapes with the spoken poems of underground literary veteran Pete Simonelli.

rock
Sunday
2 May
18:00

BrokeNCYDE come straight out of Albuquerque, NM! An experimental group heard like no other. With styles ranging from crunk, to hardcore screamo. This is sure a mix that was born from originality. Consisting of 4 members, BrokeNCYDE brings not only a composed talent but also a sound that has been captured by thousands of fans from around the World. With their catchy hooks and booty shaking beats, you can’t help but immediately become addicted.

rock
Friday
21 May
18:00

Carla Bozulich is a singer-songwriter. Her career started with fringe grungers Ethyl Meatplow, but she is best known for her work with The Geraldine Fibbers. Since the Fibbers’ split, she has produced several solo albums, and collaborated on several projects. Always influenced by country music, in 2003 she rerecorded Willie Nelson’s concept album Red-Headed Stranger, with Nelson’s collaboration, to enthusiastic reviews.

rock
Saturday
5 June
18:00

Hailing from Austin TX, Harlem is an American indie rock band comprising vocalist/guitarist/drummer Michael Coomers, vocalist/guitarist/drummer Curtis O'Mara and bassist Jose Boyer. Sophomore album 'Hippies' just came out on Matador Records.TV Buddhas are a Berlin based garage trio, originally from Tel Aviv, Israel. Currently comprised of brother and sister Uri and Mickey Triest on guitar and drums, and guitarist-vocalist Juval Haring.

rock
Sunday
6 June
18:00

First 50 people who buy a ticket for the concert of The Damned Things get a meet'n greet with the band. Send your name, ticket number and point of presale to info@vkconcerts.be to know if you're among the winners. With members of Anthrax (Scott Ian, Rob Caggiano), Every Time I Die (Keith Buckley), and Fall Out Boy (Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley), The Damned Things are undoubtedly a musical force to be reckoned with.

rock
Sunday
3 October
18:00

From their early days in the late-'90s as short-haired Rutgers, New Jersey, college students delivering hyper-complex thrash to audiences of boorish long-haired surly metalheads, to performing with Nine Inch Nails on the pioneering electronic band's farewell shows, the DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN have merely one prerogative: to go forward in ALL directions simultaneously. The CANCER BATS have come to destroy.

rock
Sunday
10 October
18:00

MELT-BANANA is a band based in Tokyo (Japan), consisted by Yako who sings and Agatawho is playing the guitar. Melt-Banana’ s sound is pretty intense. And their music attracts people who are venturers of music and who desire to feel something from music and who just love music. So that, they also have many fans in musicians.

rock
Wednesday
27 October
18:00

Arno Hintjens (or briefly 'Arno')is a unique figure. A blend between a playboy and a hobo, a truly cosmopolitan nature and a true rock'n roll heart. He stutters when he speaks, never when he sings, and has a unique way with words, no matter from which language they come from. Before going solo under the name Arno, he played in the important groups Tjens Couter and TC Matic.

rock
blues
Pop
Tuesday
2 November
19:00

ALEXISONFIRE is a five-piece, Juno-nominated post-hardcore band who describe their music as "the sound of two Catholic high-school girls in mid-knife-fight". When the band came out of the underground like an "utterly captivating car-accident-in-progress" in late 2001, it was enough to impress critics and attain a gold certification for their self-titled debut album.

rock
Indie
Thursday
11 November
19:00

VIEUX FARKA TOURE, the fast rising Malian guitarist/singer/songwriter, is the son of the beloved legendary African guitar master Ali Farka Touré. Vieux has fufilled the promise of his father’s musical greatness as evidenced by his own 2006 solo debut, that included recordings that are nowconsidered the last performances of Ali Farka Touré before his passing.

blues
rock
world
Wednesday
24 November
19:00

TREMBLING BELLS CONCERT CANCELLED!!"Shows happening around this show have pulled out due to a variety of reasons and band can only fly in for Le Guess Who festival. Been trying to save it but to no avail. Hope we can find a date next time the band are over."TREMBLING BELLS is a group formed by drummer Alex Neilson, a musician with a strong history of free and improvised playing with several artists.

rock
folk
Sunday
19 December
19:00

PINHANI is based on multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter Sinan Kaynakçi and bass guitarist Zeynep Eylu?l Üçe. When his debut album 'Inandigin Masallar' was released in 2006, it wasn't an instant winner although it contained some possible hit material like "Istanbul'da," "Hele Bi Gel," "Yildizlark," and epic "Don Bak Dunyaya." Mainstream listeners were more interested in modern rock bands rather than a mellow, sophisticated, guitaroriented singer/songwriter.

rock
Saturday
26 February
19:00

THE BEAR THAT WASN'T is Nils Verresen, just a Belgian boy with a guitar and an angelic voice.

rock
Thursday
17 March
19:00

WOODS is a psych folk rock band based out of Brooklyn, New York.

folk
rock
Tuesday
5 April
18:00

Formed from the ashes of Wives, NO AGE purvey a stripped essential take on pop delivered via a clearly defined punk-rock aesthetic, taking noise, energy and melody in equal measure. Reminiscent at various junctures of the likes of early Black Dice, The Ramones, and My Bloody Valentine, Weirdo Rippers documents a fast developing band hitting their stride.

rock
punk
Wednesday
20 April
18:00

THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES is an alternative rock band which mines the '60s psych (The Who, the Doors, Pink Floyd) vein in unique, unpredictable, and interesting ways. Never sounding like a retro act, Soundtrack of Our Lives is a thoroughly modern band that is actually extending '60s themes and ideas in ways that acts from that time never imagined.

rock
Thursday
5 May
18:00

SLIM CESSNA AUTO CLUB is a country band formed in 1993 in Denver, Colorado. The constant in the band has been Slim Cessna, formerly a member of The Denver Gentlemen (along with David Eugene Edwards and Jeffery-Paul of 16 Horsepower).

rock
Monday
23 May
18:00

Over a decade ago the Apes were heralded as a much-needed injection of thrills for a languorous rock scene dominated by old men and the odd rock bride. THE GUANO APES sounded as fresh and looked as bright as powdered Alpine snow, an image reinforced by their “Lord of the Boards” single.

rock
Thursday
26 May
18:00

From the Northwest of England, KILL THE YOUNG is made up of three brothers.

rock
Indie
Friday
27 May
18:00

MAXIMUM SOUNDTRACKS CURATED BY MARC JACOBS (EX-RECYCLART)!!! QUADRAPHONIC CONCERT !!! This concert will use a quadraphonic sound alignment to produce an even better and more unique surround-effect... MATMOS is an experimental electronic music duo originally from San Francisco signed to the Matador Records label. M. C. (Martin) Schmidt and Drew Daniel are the core members, but they frequently include other artists on their records and in their performances.

rock
Thursday
16 June
18:00

LAST TICKETS!!! ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH OUR WEBSITE!!!MOLOTOV is a Mexican rock and hip hop band formed on September 23, 1995 in Mexico City. Their lyrics feature a mixture of Spanish and English, rapped and sung by all members of the group. Musically, Molotov blends heavy basslines, flamenco guitar riffs and turntable scratches. Molotov is often regarded the Latin response to Rage Against the Machine. Many songs, such as “Gimme Tha Power” and “Frijolero”, are politically inspired.

rock
Thursday
27 October
18:00

CANCELLED!! Tickets will be refunded at your presale point until 27/11/2011.Hailing from the British Midlands, JOANNE SHAW TAYLOR was discovered at age 16 by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics, who recruited her to play guitar in his side-project D.U.P. Taylor then spent several years developing her craft as a guitarist and, in particular, as a singer and writer of original material.

blues
rock
soul
Friday
28 October
18:00

Like in 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009 bands (Brussels only!) play the preliminaries, and than our professional jury chooses 8 finalists. All preliminaries are held at the biggest music venues in Brussels: Vaartkapoen - Recyclart - Beursschouwburg - Kultuurkaffee - Candelaarshuis - Ritscafé. Reaching the finals at the Kampioenschap van Brussel equals playing at the AB Box on December 3th.

Pop
rock
Thursday
3 November
19:00

GOD IS AN ASTRONAUT is one of the most widely celebrated underground postrock, instrumental bands in the world. The celestial four piece peer into the cosmos with an aurora of swelling guitars, flaring synth and exploding rhythm resulting in a beautifully intense style of post-rock that is entirely their own.

Electronica
rock
Sunday
6 November
19:00

WAKEY!WAKEY! is de band of Michael Grubbs, also known for his role as "Grubbs" on serie One Tree Hill. The band tries to find a perfect balance between crowd-pleasing pop and art-damaged indie rock. Been signed since 2007 to The Family Records, Wakey!Wakey!

Pop
rock
Friday
11 November
19:00

REINCIDENTES is a Spanish rock/punkrock band who are in between fast neo-punk and the wave of American rock bands (like Nickelback). They have already released a lot of albums, including 'Tiempos de ira' which was released this year.

punk
rock
Saturday
12 November
19:00

Muse of Sonic Youth, author of the sublime Queen Of Siam and 13 13 including working alongside Einstürzende Neubauten, Nick Cave, or Omar Rodriguez Lopez of The Mars Volta, the icon of the unsurpassable No Wave New York, LYDIA LUNCH, returns with "Trust the Witch", the second album of his Big Sexy Noise.

rock
Thursday
17 November
19:00

MARCUS MALONE, born in Detroit/Michigan, moved in the eighties to L.A., to record the album ‘Marcus’, re-released on Zoom Records throughout Europe and the US in 2001. The band consisted of Gene Black - now guitarist for Joe Cocker; Sandy Genero - drummer for Pat Travers and Tim Bogart of Vanilla Fudge on Bass. Marcus’ 5th album recorded in the UK, 'Let The Sunshine In' was released in 2011.

blues
rock
soul
Wednesday
23 November
19:00

Together with a bunch of Brussels-based venues and clubs (AB, Vk*, Botanique, M4), Toutpartout organises during the week of 21-27 November the second edition of the AUTUMN FALLS festival.

Indie
rock
Thursday
24 November
19:00

Together with a bunch of Brussels-based venues and clubs (AB, Vk*, Botanique, M4), Toutpartout organises during the week of 21-27 November the second edition of the AUTUMN FALLS festival. http://autumnfalls.beSUUNS have no doubt ingested a lot of art rock, the Montreal group’s minimalist rhythms are equally informed by Joy Division, Suicide and Can, often wrapped in a noisy squall of droning guitars and pulsing synths.

rock
Electronica
Saturday
26 November
19:00

Together with a bunch of Brussels-based venues and clubs (AB, Vk*, Botanique, M4), Toutpartout organises during the week of 21-27 November the second edition of the AUTUMN FALLS festival. http://autumnfalls.beCHROME HOOF are an experimental orchestra. Since the start the group have continuously recruited new members playing various instruments such as saxophone, trumpet, bassoon, violin, guitars, bass and drums.

rock
Friday
2 December
19:00

Emergenza is the world's biggest festival for unsigned bands with more than 150 cities around the world. Emergenza provides the best and most professionally equipped stages and helps you with promotion and understands your band. The only thing you need to do is play! http://www.emergenza.netLine up:19:15 MADY Hip Hop 19:45 SOUL COLLECTOR Metal20:15 LEDBACK Garage Rock20:45 MAYBESONIC?! Power pop Rock21:15 THE REGISTER Pop rock21:45 MONOTYPE C.

rock
Pop
Friday
2 December
19:00

Emergenza is the world's biggest festival for unsigned bands with more than 150 cities around the world. Emergenza provides the best and most professionally equipped stages and helps you with promotion and understands your band. The only thing you need to do is play!

rock
Pop
Saturday
3 December
19:00

Emergenza is the world's biggest festival for unsigned bands with more than 150 cities around the world. Emergenza provides the best and most professionally equipped stages and helps you with promotion and understands your band. The only thing you need to do is play!

rock
Pop
Saturday
17 December
19:00

The BLACK LIPS are a self-described 'flower punk' band. The Black Lips have a reputation for crazy live shows that have included vomiting, urinating, nudity, band members kissing, fireworks, and a chicken. They have slowly built a fanbase that appreciates their energy and style that is a rough mishmash of blues, rock, doo-wop, country, and punk. The band released their new album 'Arabia Mountain' (produced by Mark Ronson) in june 2011 on Vice Records.

rock
Thursday
22 December
19:00

IAN SIEGAL is a child of the seventies who dropped out of art college in the late eighties to go busking in Germany. From the streets of Berlin Siegal progressed to clubs around Nottingham (he has a number of appearances with American artists and sung with other bands, notably The Lee Sankey Group), then to London and ultimately to major stages around Europe.

rock
blues
soul
Saturday
25 February
19:00

SUNRISE AVENUE is a Finnish rock band. The key element of their music is excellent songs that sound as good - if not sometimes better - when stripped and played acoustically; the catchy melodies and harmonious singing contrasts beautifully with the bass and drums that bring them to life.

Pop
rock
Saturday
3 March
19:00

SLEEPINGDOG IS FORCED TO CANCEL THEIR SHOW DUE TO SICKNESS OF SINGER CHANTAL. RENEE, MAD ABOUT MOUNTAINS & DJ ZEAL WILL TRY AND MAKE UP FOR THIS.RENEE makes fragile pop music that takes you away to the earlier days. As an artist she had the privilige to be the support of Mark Lanegan, Isobel Campbell and Ruben Block.

rock
Pop
Thursday
22 March
19:00

MIREL WAGNER is a 23 year old singer songwriter, born in Ethiopia and raised in Finland. Since she was sixteen she's been writhing blues and folksongs. Her raw voice and guitarplay are enough to blow you away. Therefore she's not unfairly compared with the sound of Mazzy Star, Leonard Cohen and Nick Cave. She also played at Glimpsfestival in Ghent. Her self-titled debut album appeared in October 2011 and is praised by all sorts of media.

rock
Pop
Tuesday
27 March
18:00

CANCELLED! Due to serious health reasons Sherman Robertson has to cancel his European tour in March. Purchased tickets will be refunded at local presale point.SHERMAN ROBERTSON is a swinging Texas electric blues, R&B and zydeco gitarist. His music is basically 'rythm and feel'. He played in Bobby "Blue" Bland, Sherman Robertson and the Crosstown Blues Band. Sherman has toured 5 years in Europe and the U.S with the 'King of zydeco' Clifton Chenier.

blues
soul
rock
Friday
30 March
18:00

Emergenza is the world's biggest festival for unsigned bands with more than 150 cities around the world. Emergenza provides the best and most professionally equipped stages and helps you with promotion and understands your band. The only thing you need to do is play!

Pop
rock
Thursday
12 April
18:00

EMILIE AUTUMN is a violinist, singer-songwriter, poet and author. She is best known for her wide range of musical styles, especially her usage of theatrics. Performing with her all-female backing band The Bloody Crumpets, Autumn incorporates elements of classical music, cabaret, electronica, and glam rock with theatrics, burlesque, and "flamboyant" outfits.

rock
Saturday
21 April
18:00

TOMBS is the culmination of Mike Hill’s lifetime of work, a crushing, soulful sound, inspired by some diverse, almighty influences: the harsh minimalism of Black Flag , the psychedelic overdrive of Sonic Youth and My Bloody Valentine, the emotional ice of Godflesh, the sinister rock of Unsane and The Jesus Lizard, and black metal such as Deathspell Omega and Darkthrone.

metal
rock
Wednesday
25 April
18:00

With a powerful, crunching Sabbath-style chords and fiery solos that earn the right to be called Hendrixian, Iowa power trio RADIO MOSCOW plants its flag firmly in the territory where psychedelic rock, cranked-up blues, and metal meet. The sound is unabashedly retro (specifically, FM radio from around 1973), so it’s easy to see how it caught the ear of The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who produced its 2007 self-titled debut.

blues
rock
Wednesday
25 April
18:00

American psychedelic rock band from Story City, Iowa, lead by multi-instrumentalist Parker Griggs

blues
rock
Thursday
3 May
18:00

HAMILTON LOOMIS from Texas, fell under the spell of rock and bluesmusic due to the music collection of his parents. Now he is one of the artists who adapts American music based on blues to a contemporary audience. With mentors such as Bo Diddly and Joe Hughes it could not go wrong. His album Kickin' it released in 2003 had lots of succes.

blues
soul
rock
Friday
18 May
18:00

SILBERMOND is a German pop/rock band from Berlin. The band has lots of succes. Since 2004 they sold 3 double platinum albums in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. They've played several show together with P!NK and won the biggest music award in Germany, the ECHO award, for 'best German act' . Together with bands such as Wir sind helden and Juli they're considered to be one of the biggest German popbands of this moment.

Pop
rock
Tuesday
22 May
18:00

In 2009, Cleveland’s Dylan Baldi began writing and recording lo-fi power-pop songs in his parents’ basement, dubbing the project CLOUD NOTHINGS. His music quickly started making the Internet rounds, and fans and critics alike took note of his pithy songcraft, infectiously catchy melodies, and youthful enthusiasm.

Indie
rock
Tuesday
5 June
18:00

FUTURE OF THE LEFT is an alternative rock band brought together by Mclusky singer/guitarist Andrew Falkous (aka Falco) and drummer Jack Egglestone. Future of the Left tight dynamics, supremely heavy guitars and sharp wit contribute to the markedly physical experience of this visceral outfit.

rock
Saturday
9 June
18:00

The siblings Boris and Sarah Yu Zeebroek and Geoffrey Burton form HONG KONG DONG in 2008 in Ghent (Belgium). Hong Kong Dong is a band that challenges itself and its audience with stinging sounds and often surreal lyrics that will tease and intrigue. Sometimes rock, sometimes pop, sometimes electro, sometimes intimistic, sometimes bombastic, sometimes happy, sometimes sad… sometimes all of this in one song… always Hong Kong Dong. THE EUROPEAN TOUR OF CIVIL CIVIC HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

rock
Pop
Tuesday
2 October
18:00

LEFT LANE CRUISER is comprised of Joe Evans on slide guitar and vocals with Brenn Beck on one big-ass bass drum, harmonica and a toolbox full of percussive gear. The raw blues duo of LLC have practiced through thick and thin to hone a sound unlike any other and have been together long enough to have previously released a couple of self-produced EPs.

rock
blues
Saturday
6 October
18:00

BARRICADA is a Spanish Hard-Rock band from the basque country.

rock
Sunday
7 October
18:00

- REVENGE OF THE ROCK & ROLL MONSTERS -PETER PAN SPEEDROCK is probably the most famous Dutch rock band. They're loud, mean, fast & dirty. The three-headed band is full of energy and puts the pedal to the metal.KARMA TO BURN is an American instrumental stoner rock band.

rock
Monday
22 October
18:00

GIANLUCA GRIGNANI is an italian artist and singer-songwriter, well-known in Europe for his excellent lyrics and soft rock. His most famous song: “La Mia Storia Tra Le Dita" was recorded in Spanish with an awesome translation where poetry seems to be meant to find the perfect match, whose title: “Mi Historia Entre Tus Dedos” has been sang all along the Americas. His voice has a similar pitch to Franco de Vita, that’s the reason why people get both artists mixed-up.

Pop
rock
Wednesday
24 October
18:00

In advance of the world assault subsequent to the band Oxbow's 2013 release of their long-awaited new record the "Thin Black Duke", there is this, the OXBOW ORCHESTRA. Strings, woodwinds, brass, twin harrowing guitars, operatic backing vocals and classically contained renderings of the Oxbow song book and featuring Niko Wenner and Eugene S.

rock
Thursday
27 February
19:30
Sold out

Brilliant indie post-punk who sounds like The Smiths, Interpol or Joy Division

Indie
Pop
post-punk
rock
Saturday
8 March
19:30

Noise pop band from San Francisco

experimental
Indie
punk
rock
Friday
16 May
19:30
External organisation

alternative rockband: frenetic energy, dynamism and sensitivity, intuition and professionalism

alternative
rock
Thursday
29 May
19:30

Playing almost any kind of musical genre: indie, pop, psych rock, lo-fi, stoner, avantgarde, classic hard rock, acoustic, fusion, jazz rock...

experimental
Indie
psychedelica
rock
Sunday
8 June
19:30

Pretty intense sound for people who are venturers of music 

experimental
post-punk
punk
rock
Friday
20 June
18:00
Free

From Friday 20 June to Sunday 22 June, Molenbeek will be all about music!

folk
hip hop
jazz
reggae
rock
Friday
26 September
19:30

Hyperactive electropunk

Electronica
punk
rock
Friday
3 October
19:30
External organisation

Niccolo’ Fabi, Max Gazzè and Daniele Silvestri

Indie
Pop
rock
Saturday
4 October
19:30
External organisation
secrètes sessions

The idea is simple: a couple of musicians, from different groups and backgrounds, will come together at VK to make and record an album. 

acoustic
folk
français
jazz
Pop
rock
soul
Friday
10 October
19:30
External organisation

Italian hip hop

hip hop
reggae
rock
Saturday
8 November
19:30
External organisation

Hungarian punk rock! 

punk
rock
Wednesday
12 November
19:30
new wave
post-punk
rock
Sunday
23 November
19:30
alternative
Indie
rock
Saturday
29 November
19:30
External organisation

Italian singer-songwriter 

folk
Pop
rock
Thursday
19 February
19:30

Noisy rock from Baltimore, Maryland.

rock
Saturday
7 March
19:30
External organisation
rock
Pop
Indie
Friday
13 March
19:30

psychedelic stoner rock band from Washington

rock
psychedelica
stoner
Wednesday
15 April
19:00
External organisation

Hungarian alternative rock.

rock
alternative
Friday
17 April
19:30
Sold out

Italian alternative rock band

rock
alternative
Saturday
18 April
20:00
Canceled

Spanish punk rock band.

rock
Friday
22 May
19:30

AB and Clubcircuit present...Earthless

instrumental
rock
psychedelica
Thursday
8 October
19:30
External organisation

Musical exchange festival

rock
Pop
experimental
Saturday
17 October
19:30
External organisation

Spanish indie pop-rock 

noise
rock
Saturday
31 October
19:30

A pair of stellar Touareg bands

rock
world
Saturday
14 November
19:30
Canceled

indie rock double bill

rock
post-punk
Friday
27 November
19:30
Canceled

Talented Italian singer

rock
Pop
Thursday
17 December
18:30

for fans of Black Sabbath & Led Zeppelin

psychedelica
rock
stoner
Friday
18 March
19:30

Turkish folk music with modern sounds. 

folk
rock
Thursday
24 March
19:30
Canceled

one of the members of Stereolab & High Llamas in an unique solo concert

acoustic
alternative
rock
Thursday
7 April
19:30

For fans of Ty Segall & Mikal Cronin.

garage rock
rock
Wednesday
25 May
19:00
External organisation