Age & ID info : SIN CITY / INFERNO (Friday nights) - 18+
PHOTOGRAPHIC ID MAY BE REQUIRED AS A CONDITION OF ENTRY. DOOR CLOSES 1.30am NO ADMISSIONS AFTER THIS TIME
SHAKe (saturday nights) - 19+
ALL CUSTOMERS COMING TO OUR SATURDAY CLUB NIGHT “ SHAKE “, ARE NOW REQUIRED TO PROVIDE PHOTOGRAPHIC I.D. BEFORE BEING ADMITTED. THIS CAN BE A PASSPORT OR DRIVING LICENSE. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT EVERYONE IN YOUR GROUP IS AWARE OF THIS AS IT IS ENFORCED AND REFUSAL OF ENTRY FOR ONE PERSON CAN BE VERY DISAPPOINTING FOR THE WHOLE GROUP. DOOR CLOSES 1.30am NO ADMISSIONS AFTER THIS TIME
LIVE SHOWS - 14 and 15 year olds must be accompanied whilst in venue. 16 and over do not need to be accompanied. No one under 14 can be admitted. Everyone entering will be required to produce some sort of photographic id.
Disabled access : Concerts - The front door staff will assist wheelchair users to a raised platform which is near the stage and adjacent to a fire escape. They will also direct people to a disabled toilet and a low counter bar area where there is a small ramp, so that they can be easily served. Others not in wheelchairs but needing special seating should contact the venue in advance and suitable seating will be arranged. One carer or each wheelchair user will be admitted free of charge. Club nights - Wheelchair users can access all of the main (ground) floor. Front door staff will show them to an entrance/exit which has no steps
Bob Mould with Jason Narducy and Jon Wurster + North Atlantic Oscillation
Fenech-Soler are a band who have overcome everything to be here, and have done so in their own way. They have honed and shined their sparkling songs, and have taken their dreams to the disco and the Radio 1 playlist on their own terms. They even captivated legendary bands and DJs long before the record companies came knocking.
SOLD OUT "The Sussex lad is the next hotly-tipped singer-songwriter. And Odell certainly deserves to follow his tour pals into critics' hearts if this raw, full-throated broken-hearted piano ballad is anything to go by [Another Love] " - Daily Star. Tom Odell has announced his first ever UK headline tour. Tom will perform a host of venues across the country including 23rd May, at the Electric Ballroom.
Fucked Up push musical and conceptual boundaries. Forming ostensibly as a punk band, they swiftly took on hardcore twisting it into their own cacophony of unexpected instrumentation, psychedelic leanings, and songs stretched to perverse lengths.
Titus Andronicus released their latest album ‘Local Business’ in October 2012. It is the first time the lineup touring the record is the same one that made it, which makes it a safe bet the tracks will sound great live!
Anticipating the release of the duo’s debut album, ‘Secondhand Rapture’, on 13th May and following a sold out show at London’s XOYO in March, MS MR are taking to the stage at London’s Electric Ballroom on 17th July. The New York based artists have been described as “refreshingly sincere new-wave-style mood pop” by Time Out New York. Check out the video for their single Hurricane HERE.
Texas Is The Reason have confirmed their final ever live shows and will be coming to the UK this August for one last time. They came from some of the most popular, if not polarizing hardcore bands of the early ‘90s (Shelter, 108, Resurrection), but by the time Texas Is The Reason formed in 1994, a new aesthetic crystallized almost instantly and reduced its members’ previous efforts to history. Indeed, it was only a year later when Revelation Records released the band’s self-titled EP, their name derived from a lyric in the Misfits song “Bullet,” that Texas Is The Reason were already headlining their own tours in America and well on their way to defining a new moment in post-punk.
IMPERICON NEVER SAY DIE! TOUR: Featuring EMMURE + Miss May I + I Killed The Prom Queen + Betraying The Martyrs + Hundredth + Northlane + Rise Of The Northstar
Tuesday 14th May - Always relied upon to deliver a stellar line up of genre pushing, ground breaking bands at the forefront of the hard-hitting music heavy-weights of this world and now in its 7th year, Avocado Booking are excited to present the line-up for the Impericon Never Say Die Tour! Tour 2013 and continue to bring audiences an un-miss-able tour.
Having spent the last year promoting their incredible debut album ‘What Are You So Scared Of?’ across the globe, Sydney natives TONIGHT ALIVE return to the UK and Ireland this September/Oct, with support from the incredible SET IT OFF and DECADE.
Rescheduled from 8th May, original tickets remain valid
Willy is 23, and whip-smart with a tinder-dry sense of humour. He loves the physical energy of Cab Calloway and Michael Jackson, the concision of the Ramones, and the sartorial style of film noir. He doesn’t blend different sounds; he smashes them together. There’s no middle ground. It’s as if rock’n’roll had been deep-frozen in 1965, just before the Beatles discovered acid, and abruptly reanimated 45 years later by a laptop hip hop producer.
Alice Russell is all pure natural talent, a musical force to be reckoned with. Whether on a big stage charming a crowd of 4000 into staying out dancing in the rain (as she did at Montreal Jazz Festival) or rocking out an intimate club set she’s a singer who demands attention.
‘II’ builds on the break-beat, junk-shop charm the 32-year-old multi-instrumentalist and songwriter came to be renowned for following his self-titled 2011 debut, and signals the solidification of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s position as an endlessly intriguing, brave psychedelic band.