Molly Linen (Lost Map Records) + Cult Party
Nov
12
7:00 pm19:00

Molly Linen (Lost Map Records) + Cult Party

Please Please You You presents
Molly Linen
+ Cult Party
Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
Tuesday 12th November, 7.30pm.
Tickets are £5 in advance from the link below.

Two artists that individually stopped us in our tracks completely about ten seconds into the first song we heard. Together one one bill for a fiver. We can't wait.

These:

Milly Linen's 'Away' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnGW8--baG0
Cult Party's 'I Got The Blues This Morning' - https://soundcloud.com/icecapades/cult-party-i-got-the-blues-this-morning

Molly Linen

‘Away’ is the heavenly debut single by Shropshire’s finest Molly Linen – a brand new signing to Lost Map Records. Molly Linen is a songwriter and guitarist from the West Midlands, now based in Glasgow. She creates atmospheric, captivating and personal songs, led by melodic guitar lines and lulling yet hypnotic vocals, drawing influences from artists such as Devon Sproule and Nick Drake. Members of her band include Beth Chalmers, Caio Wheelhouse, Colin Campbell and Liam Chapman (who also drums with C Duncan). ‘Away’ and ‘Over That Hill’ were recorded by Ronan Fay at Green Door Studios in Glasgow. “‘Away’ touches on remembering some feelings of difference between myself and other people at a younger age,” Molly explains, “whilst ‘Over That Hill’ is about how climbing a hill can sometimes help me put things into perspective.”

Molly Linen’s debut EP will be released later this year.

Cult Party

Leo Robinson is one of those rare and special people for whom making music and art seems to be neither pastime nor vocation and not so much compulsion as mere inevitability, a way of living. His most recent album ‘Eternal Love And The Death Of Everything’ (Maybles) was intended to be his last, and the concert to launch it (accompanied by six singers and a singing saw in addition to a full band) the last Cult Party performance. Thankfully for all of us there was a change of heart and a new album is coming this year. Whether accompanying his songs solo with organ, cello or guitar, or playing with any variant of his loose and fluid ensembles Cult Party shows are always deeply affecting and meditative and drenched in the generosity of one attempting to really give something of theirs to you.
'Sounds From the Other City'

Sad hits for all the family (lest there are happy members of it), it's the brand new record by not-at-all-super stars Cult Party! This wonderful band may have been a solitary, self-preserving bedroom band once upon a time, but on And Then There Was This Sound songwriter Leo Robinson opens up his sounds with the help of pals including weirdo rocker Kiran Leonard. Creative and wayward without sacrificing the delicate and skeletal sound of old, this record is bound to be special.
'Norman Records'

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Molly Linen
Nov
12
7:30 pm19:30

Molly Linen

Please Please You You presents
Molly Linen
+ Cult Party
Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
Tuesday 12th November, 7.30pm.
Tickets are £5 in advance from the link below.

Two artists that individually stopped us in our tracks completely about ten seconds into the first song we heard. Together one one bill for a fiver. We can't wait.

These:

Milly Linen's 'Away' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnGW8--baG0
Cult Party's 'I Got The Blues This Morning' - https://soundcloud.com/icecapades/cult-party-i-got-the-blues-this-morning

Molly Linen

‘Away’ is the heavenly debut single by Shropshire’s finest Molly Linen – a brand new signing to Lost Map Records. Molly Linen is a songwriter and guitarist from the West Midlands, now based in Glasgow. She creates atmospheric, captivating and personal songs, led by melodic guitar lines and lulling yet hypnotic vocals, drawing influences from artists such as Devon Sproule and Nick Drake. Members of her band include Beth Chalmers, Caio Wheelhouse, Colin Campbell and Liam Chapman (who also drums with C Duncan). ‘Away’ and ‘Over That Hill’ were recorded by Ronan Fay at Green Door Studios in Glasgow. “‘Away’ touches on remembering some feelings of difference between myself and other people at a younger age,” Molly explains, “whilst ‘Over That Hill’ is about how climbing a hill can sometimes help me put things into perspective.”

Molly Linen’s debut EP will be released later this year.

Cult Party

Leo Robinson is one of those rare and special people for whom making music and art seems to be neither pastime nor vocation and not so much compulsion as mere inevitability, a way of living. His most recent album ‘Eternal Love And The Death Of Everything’ (Maybles) was intended to be his last, and the concert to launch it (accompanied by six singers and a singing saw in addition to a full band) the last Cult Party performance. Thankfully for all of us there was a change of heart and a new album is coming this year. Whether accompanying his songs solo with organ, cello or guitar, or playing with any variant of his loose and fluid ensembles Cult Party shows are always deeply affecting and meditative and drenched in the generosity of one attempting to really give something of theirs to you.
'Sounds From the Other City'

Sad hits for all the family (lest there are happy members of it), it's the brand new record by not-at-all-super stars Cult Party! This wonderful band may have been a solitary, self-preserving bedroom band once upon a time, but on And Then There Was This Sound songwriter Leo Robinson opens up his sounds with the help of pals including weirdo rocker Kiran Leonard. Creative and wayward without sacrificing the delicate and skeletal sound of old, this record is bound to be special.
'Norman Records'

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Mega Bog
Nov
13
7:30 pm19:30

Mega Bog

Brudenell presents...

Mega Bog
+ Special Guests TBA

13.11.2019 | £8.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://megabog.com/
https://www.facebook.com/megabogmusic/

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Mega Bog is the fluid musical moniker of songwriter Erin Elizabeth Birgy, a Pacific Northwestern rodeo child with an unmistakable laugh, who was allegedly cursed upon conception. She has spent the last ten years channeling, capturing, and releasing her unique bouquet of fragrant, sci-fi pop experiments with a handful of bicoastal collaborators. Mega Bog has visited a significant portion of the Western world, frequently looping the USA and Europe to sing in tiny art spaces and haunted historical theaters alike. The live concerts are known for their emotional unpredictability. Onstage, Erin’s current mood is amplified, for better or for worse; she is an honest and unflinching performer.

The title of Mega Bog’s newest album Dolphine—her fifth, and first for Paradise of Bachelors—is inspired by a myth that suggests that, as humankind evolved from sea creatures, some individuals chose not to leave the water and walk the earth, but rather to stay in the ocean and explore the darkness as dolphins. (The extra ‘e’ was added to take the word out of the everyday, translating it into a potential futuristic dialect.) Dolphine is an album for the swimming human shadow obscured by waves. The songwriting was inspired by Erin’s own swim through a myriad of overwhelming emotions, including the ongoing mourning following the death of her childhood horse companion Rose, her navigation of the feelings and physicality of two abortions, and the hapless and shattering social, political, and environmental turmoil on the planet known as Earth.

In October of 2016, Erin took her dark sketches to the Outlier Inn studio in Woodridge, NY, with a passionate crew of deeply bonded musicians. Together, they arranged and executed these eleven dizzy pop songs, live, over a tight seven days. In addition to Birgy (vocals, guitar, piano), the lineup included Meg Duffy (guitar), Matt Bachmann (bass), Derek Baron (drums), James Krivchenia (engineering, percussion, effects), Aaron Otheim(synthesizers, piano), and Ash Rickli (guitar and vocals). Later, Will Murdoch (clarinet, synthesizers) and Zach Burba (synthesizers, bass) offered their own atmospheric overdubs from their home on the West Coast. Over the next year, Erin added to the tapestry with vocal contributions by Nick Hakim and Kalen Remy Walther, upright bass by Benjamin Murphy, textural guitar by Austin Jackson, and saxophone by Jeff Tobias, until she had successfully excavated each cold mystery with proper care and wonder. The completed sound is thick and inviting. Bellowing, breathless vocals, mystical lyrics with the presence of poetry and the intuitive logic of dreams, and promiscuous, sometimes dissonant chord structures swirl together, coalescing into hazy and hypnotic fantasies.

The songs of Dolphine are ablaze with jealousy, anger, and sadness as well as the powerful glow that comes from attempting to hold those feelings with care. Inspired by the poetry of Alice Notley, the novels of Ursula K. Le Guin, and the art of Ian Cheng, Birgy spins her manic web of emotions into beautiful, abstract future poems. With each lurid image—a stupid scorpion, an abdomen of small snakes, another picture of milk, foxes bloating up Eastern expressway shoulders—Erin dunks listeners deep into her subconscious, and it’s up to us to surface, buoyant, and paddle through.

On album opener “For the Old World,” anguished affection and confusion bloom over lounge-music genre perversions, both ethereal and belligerent. On “Diary of a Rose,” Erin steps through her losses and growths to a continuous groove that crescendoes into melodic chaos and revelation. “Truth in the Wild” (the title is taken from a quote by Ian Cheng) speaks surreal and lonely images over soft percussion, classical guitars, and clarinet, pointing to influences like Joni Mitchell’s jazz period and Laurie Anderson’s 1989 record Strange Angels. “Untitled (with ‘C’)” was written for Philando Castile the day after his murder, and “Fwee Again” works through all of Dolphine’s devotions instrumentally.

Ash Rickli wrote and sang the airy outlier “Spit in the Eye of the Fire King,” recorded on the porch of the studio with the wind chimes blowing. Between the album’s recording sessions and its release, Ash’s heart stopped unexpectedly during one of his live shows in Athens, Georgia. He was thirty. The tragedy, devastating to the many people who loved him, permeates the album. Ash sings:

I’m never afraid
I was born in the dark
And I’ll die in the light with a tear in my mouth
To extinguish the spark that put light by itself
It’s the one thing I could think to do to help

At the beginning of the sessions, Ash wrote a radio play based on his playful interpretation of Erin’s tarot reading for herself. Titled Avenging Mind, it was intended as a companion piece to Dolphine. The recording remains unfinished. The following monologue is an excerpt:

That which is freely given… Energy passing unseen from my inner eye … exacting compassion and careful deliberate movements… There! … That sphere! … Of course it’s not an ordinary time machine; it’s an incubation chamber. One that exists between planes, floating lucidly on the edge of dreams through the spires of Crystal City and beyond to the mountains. I can feel her forming now … “Athene” … Safe from the punishment of endless time and realized in a realm through which all things intersect and seem to dissolve.

Dolphine, too, inhabits that realm of realization.

Ticket Link | Facebook Event

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Bloxx
Nov
14
7:00 pm19:00

Bloxx

Alt rock / indie pop quartet BLOXX fuse grunge with classic indie-influenced melodies creating a unique and exciting sound!
After a stellar performance playing The Wardrobe Leeds at #LAL2019 & supporting Pale Waves and The Wombats, they come to Leeds at Hyde Park Book Club on November 14th!


Supported by:

Gauranga
Kira


For Fans Of: Sundara Karma | Pale Waves | Best Coast
Listen: https://spoti.fi/2Hnvwli
Tickets on-sale Monday 8th July from Lunatickets:

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Avalanche Party
Nov
16
7:00 pm19:00

Avalanche Party

The most exciting rock & roll band in the UK right now' BBC Radio 1

Creating intense and immediate feral garage-punk from the wild North Yorkshire Moors, AVALANCHE PARTY headline Hyde Park Book Club on Saturday 16th November!!
If you're a fan of Strange Bones or SHEAFS, check them out on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2NzGxGR

Tickets go on-sale Friday 30th August from Lunatickets: http://bit.ly/AvalanchePartyLeeds19

You can also purchase tickets from Crash Records, Jumbo Records & SEE Tickets


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Just Tom & Pete, Upstairs at Hyde Park Book Club
Nov
16
7:30 pm19:30

Just Tom & Pete, Upstairs at Hyde Park Book Club

After a fantastic show supporting Hayseed Dixie at The Brudenell Social Club in March, Just Tom & Pete are back in Leeds with their very own show! Expect songs you know, some songs you don't and some songs that probably should not be attempted by two guys, their voices, a guitar and a cajon. With a mixture of tongue in cheek originals and some slightly off the beaten track covers this should be a night to put a smile slap bang on your face!

This event is limited to 40 tickets so get em while you can!

Ticket Link | Facebook Event

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Pagan Harvey / Jane Doe / Macroscope / The Palarva
Nov
22
7:30 pm19:30

Pagan Harvey / Jane Doe / Macroscope / The Palarva

Pagan Harvey

Pagan Harvey emerged last year combining big, anthemic riffs and hooky vocal melodies to create a powerful and stylish modern rock sound. Warmly received after their first set of gigs, they’re back and promising to deliver one hell of a show.
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Jane doe

A 4 piece alt. rock band from Leeds with influences from other genres mixed in. We play with a sound that combines early 2000s emo and Grunge, though we also experiment with small samples of Mathcore, pop punk and Lofi, as well as indie
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Macroscope Band

An exciting new band arrives on the scene; coming together less than two ago, standard guitar, drums and bass was never going to be enough for these and so piano, keys and a sax add a real breadth and energy to their sound. With influences ranging from Indie through to acid jazz, their songs push the boundaries for a band at such an early stage.

https://youtu.be/BchMRCVdY3o
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The Palarva

"A three piece band inspired by Queens of The Stone Age, Savages, Arctic Monkeys and Jamie T.

Fusing together heavy riffs, grunge bass and indie drums into an array of honest raw songs.

They are young, exciting musicians exploring suburban West Yorkshire through witty lyrics and depressive episodes.”
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£6 Adv Crash Records, from bands,
See Tickets> http://tiny.cc/rh16bz . £7.50 OTD. 14+

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Too Many T's & Grieves Co-headline
Nov
23
7:30 pm19:30

Too Many T's & Grieves Co-headline

Hyde Park Book Club is really excited to present:
Too Many T's

Bringing their 'Golden Era' inspired UK Hip-Hop to Leeds after supporting the likes of Snoop Dogg, De La Soul, Public Enemy and Collaborating with Flux Pavillion.

After a 14-months of promoting their debut album, Too Many T's have clocked up over 5.5M plays online with South City. Released in September 2017, the album has had seven singles and videos, two of which were “world first’s”; Hang Tight - the first ever music video shot on a Facebook Live stream, and PATTERNS, the first ever full CGI music video, which was created by cracking an Xbox Kinect camera and producing in gaming software. If you’ve not seen, check it out below:

P A T T E R N S - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2srkD_BTVkg

Also listen to their album here - https://open.spotify.com/artist/0FgjAZMPItkvIiFPyC39Ea?si=gxOlLIgyTx6AqaP0UkmeTg

Tickets - https://www.seetickets.com/event/too-many-t-s-grieves-co-headline-leeds/hyde-park-book-club/1407152?fbclid=IwAR373PPgJ6gUWvwvHqOumiGW7gn9yZVnmFZml8XtKa7fI01PyfBaKOHo308&lang=en-GB


VIP PACKAGES AVAILABLE WHICH INCLUDES;
* One (1) Ticket to the Show w/ Early Entry
* One (1) Meet & Greet w/ Grieves and photo opportunity
* One (1) Limited Edition Tour VIP Show Poster
* One (1) Limited Edition Tour VIP merch item
* One (1) Limited Edition VIP Tour Laminate + Lanyard

VIP LINK HERE:
https://www.seetickets.com/tour/too-many-t-s-grieves-co-headline-leeds

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Jayde Adams - The Ballad of Kylie Jenners Old Face
Nov
24
7:30 pm19:30

Jayde Adams - The Ballad of Kylie Jenners Old Face

As seen on 8 Out Of 10 Cats does Countdown, Comedy Central's Roast Battle & BBC's upcoming TV show Good Omens.

In 2019 if you want to be a 'successful independent woman person' you better have something you want to say and you better be wearing a Serious Black Jumper™. In her SBJ™ Jayde will rifle through all the noise and self-promotion and figure out what's actually going on.

'Britain’s Funniest Woman comic' Daily Mail has put the sequins and showbiz in a box (for now), 'She’s a star.' said The Guardian after last years extravaganza - but if you want to be a successful woman in 2019 - it’s time to get serious. If pop stars, razors and even sausage rolls can attach themselves to important movements to sell themselves why can’t Jayde Adams?

'She’s a star' Guardian

'Glamour, glitter and a deconstruction of modern feminism? Now that’s divine.' Fest Mag

'There’s little doubt that Adams is anything but stardom bound.' Evening Standard

'A naturally comic storyteller. She's hilarious.'
Alice Jones, I Paper

'A poised performer with a wealth of potential. Jayde is anything but jaded.’ Chortle

Age Guidance 14+

£12.00

Tickets | Facebook Event

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Jayde Adams - The Ballad of Kylie Jenners Old Face
Nov
24
7:30 pm19:30

Jayde Adams - The Ballad of Kylie Jenners Old Face

ayde Adams - The Ballad of Kylie Jenners Old Face

Presented by Burning Duck Comedy Club @
Leeds Hyde Park Book Club

Sun 24th Nov, 2019, Doors 7.30 - Show 8.00

As seen on 8 Out Of 10 Cats does Countdown, Comedy Central's Roast
Battle & BBC's upcoming TV show Good Omens.

In 2019 if you want to be a 'successful independent woman person' you
better have something you want to say and you better be wearing a
Serious Black Jumper™. In her SBJ™ Jayde will rifle through all the
noise and self-promotion and figure out what's actually going on.

'Britain’s Funniest Woman comic' Daily Mail has put the sequins and
showbiz in a box (for now), 'She’s a star.' said The Guardian after
last years extravaganza - but if you want to be a successful woman in
2019 - it’s time to get serious. If pop stars, razors and even sausage
rolls can attach themselves to important movements to sell themselves
why can’t Jayde Adams?

'She’s a star' Guardian

'Glamour, glitter and a deconstruction of modern feminism? Now that’s
divine.' Fest Mag

'There’s little doubt that Adams is anything but stardom bound.'
Evening Standard

'A naturally comic storyteller. She's hilarious.' Alice Jones, I Paper

'A poised performer with a wealth of potential. Jayde is anything but
jaded.’ Chortle

Age Guidance 14+

£12.00 tickets available at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/478807

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 Matt Maltese @ HPBC
Nov
25
7:30 pm19:30

Matt Maltese @ HPBC

MATT MALTESE
Hyde Park Book Club
November 25th
Doors 19:30
Tickets from Lunatickets, SEE Tickets, Crash Records, Jumbo Records

22 year-old South London artist Matt Maltese today announced a run of headline shows in small venues across the U.K. - including a headline show at Hyde Park Book Club on November 25th!

Just last week Matt Maltese revealed ‘Curl Up & Die’, the first fruits of recording sessions for his second record, which was entirely recorded, produced and mixed by Maltese in his bedroom studio in Elephant & Castle. Speaking about the new track, Maltese said, “It's about the disgusting, absurd force of love. When the feeling is so all consuming that you’d happily crouch over and be nothing but a chair for them to sit on.” The track sees release on new imprint 7476.

Tickets on-sale Friday 11th October from Lunatickets: http://bit.ly/MattMalteseHPBC19

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China Bears
Nov
26
7:30 pm19:30

China Bears

Info
Hyde Park Book Club
26/11/19
£5

HOT WAXX and Hyde Park Book Club present....

China Bears
FFO: The National | Frightened Rabbit | The Maccabees
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-IeKl1Mhrw
China Bears were formed in Somerset in 2015 by twin brothers Ivan (guitar / vox) and Frazer (guitar). The line-up was completed after meeting bassist James and drummer Dean at university in Guildford later that year.
Perhaps unsurprisingly drawing influence from bands such as The National, Dry The River, Frightened Rabbit and Snow Patrol, China Bears create misery-strewn indie anthems combining ambient guitars, choral vocals and raw lyric writing. The end result is a fantastically precise sound which takes the original emo loud / quiet template of, say, Death Cab For Cutie, but adds a stadium-sized sonic sucker punch. All of which is evinced by their forthcoming debut EP out on August 9th via Fierce Panda Records.

Green Gardens
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RewvZjvjCqw
Green Gardens new Double A side single 'Change The Lights // Deadlight' is another step towards cementing the bands an exciting and unique sound. Playing off their old-school and contemporary influences, these tunes demonstrate the bands unique brand of gritty, nostalgic art rock.

Paradas
4 Piece Indie/Rock Band based in Leeds.

Isaiah & the Moon.Waves
Moons ago, the waves finally came together to deliver grooves. Funk drums, soulful vocals, indie guitar riffs and lyrical explorations of the heart.

Tickets Here | Facebook Event

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Penelope Isles
Nov
28
7:30 pm19:30

Penelope Isles

Brudenell presents...

Penelope Isles
+ Uncle Buzzard

28.11.19 | £7.50 Advance | 20:00 Doors

Please note, this show is rescheduled from the April 7th show. All tickets for the April 7th gig remain valid for this date, and all other details remain the same.

https://www.facebook.com/penelopeisles/
https://www.penelopeisles.com/



Like breaking open a rock to discover a crystal inside. Shimmering, intimate and beautifully destructive, this is the experience of Penelope Isles. Siblings Jack and Lily Wolter make music that reveals a curiosity and sensitivity to the world around them. The four-piece band from Brighton via the Isle of Man have a sound that unfolds both dramatically and softly. Nostalgic, but undeniably new, Penelope Isles’ debut LP ‘Until The Tide Creeps In’ is released March 2019 on Bella Union Records. For the lovers of early Arcade Fire, Grandaddy and Mogwai.

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Artificial Barriers - Diverge & Gabriel Hops
Nov
30
7:00 pm19:00

Artificial Barriers - Diverge & Gabriel Hops

And so, we come to our last regular event. We'll be sorry to go, but we're going to make it an extra special goodbye.

For this one we've got down two top-of-the-line selectors who will be sure to see us out in style, Diverge and Gabriel Hops!

Diverge is a well-experienced hand in the drum & bass scene. His knowledge of 170 BPM music is almost unparalleled, and as the label manager of Metalheadz, he's more deeply involved with the scene than anyone else we've had down. As a DJ his credentials are well-established, having played on boat parties and stages at Outlook Festival, and of course he's active in the Leeds scene. Expect something different from him this time though; we're looking forward to what he brings out when given complete creative freedom.

Gabriel Hops is a long-time friend of Artificial Barriers and we couldn't go out without having him play for us. He's been an active DJ in the Leeds and London scenes for a good while and never disappoints with his inventive sets. Being a seasoned digger of bizarre sounds, we're very excited (and a little bit scared) of what he's going to show us.

We'll have Kimura Soundsystem provided the oomph as per-usual, so don't expect any compromises when it comes to sound.

As always, the event is free. Come on down and make the finale one to remember!

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LIVEwire Leeds #2 | Joelle Taylor & Ollie O'Neill
Dec
4
7:30 pm19:30

LIVEwire Leeds #2 | Joelle Taylor & Ollie O'Neill

#LIVEwire Leeds #2
Joelle Taylor and Ollie O'Neill
plus open mic
hosted by Matt Abbott Poet.

Nymphs & Thugs are the UK's leading spoken word record label. Since forming in 2015, they've become home to Louise Fazackerley- Poet, Matt Abbott, Toria Garbutt Poet, Salena Godden, Kevin P. Gilday - Writer & Spoken Word Artist and Luke Wright. Their #LIVEwire events are rapidly developing a reputation as one of the most electric nights on the scene.

Their new series of #LIVEwire events include four regional dates around England - Manchester (20 Sep), Bristol (13 Nov), Birmingham (22 Feb), Colchester (29 Apr) - as well as four resident nights at Hyde Park Book Club in Leeds. Each event will feature a unique line-up, with at least one N&T artist on the bill.

The first of the Leeds events pulled no punches, with globally renowned poet Salena Godden supported by Birmingham-based rising star Nafeesa Hamid. The second night stars another international icon in Joelle Taylor, supported by fellow London-based Out-Spoken Press poet Ollie O'Neill. The night will be hosted by N&T founder Matt Abbott.


JOELLE TAYLOR

Joelle Taylor is an award-winning poet, playwright, author and editor who has recently completed a world tour with her latest collection ‘Songs My Enemy Taught Me’. She is widely anthologised, the author of 3 full poetry collections and 3 plays and is currently completing her début book of short stories ‘The Night Alphabet’.

Joelle will be the editor of Out-Spoken Press from September 2020 - September 2021, commissioning five new titles with a focus on women's writing.

OLLIE O'NEILL

Ollie O'Neill is a London based poet and writer. She is a former UK Youth Slam Champion, and current Barbican Young Poet. In March 2019, her debut pamphlet 'Ways of Coping' was published by Out-Spoken Press. Her work explores themes of female sexuality, desire, and psychiatry.

She has previously read in venues such as The Institute of Contemporary Arts, Soho Theatre, Royal Festival Hall, and The 100 Club, as well as at Cheltenham Literature Festival, The Verve Poetry Festival, and Wilderness Festival.

MATT ABBOTT

Matt Abbott is freshly establishing himself on the UK's scene. His debut one-man show 'Two Little Ducks' earned 5* reviews at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017 and on a 22-date UK theatre tour last autumn, and was accompanied by his debut poetry collection on Verve. He formed N&T in spring 2015 and fronts alternative act Skint & Demoralised.

OPEN MIC

There are 6 open mic slots available on a first come, first served basis. Each open mic slot lasts 5 minutes, and we encourage as diverse a range of poets as possible. You can apply for a slot by emailing Matt on matt@nymphsandthugs.net.

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Trupa Trupa
Dec
5
7:30 pm19:30

Trupa Trupa

Brudenell presents...

Trupa Trupa
+ Special Guests TBA

05.12.2019 | £8.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

http://www.trupatrupa.com/
https://www.facebook.com/trupatrupa/

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“Trupa Trupa are an art rock band from Gdansk. Fusing elements of post-hardcore, no wave and psychedelia, the four-piece exude a restless energy that bears the hallmarks of Fugazi’s uncompromising punk ethos…the band weave absurd lyrics through liquifying guitar riffs, angular bass lines and concise percussion.” -- The Wire

Almost every song on Of The Sun—the magnetic fifth album from the Polish quartet Trupa Trupa—lands like an anthem, with barbed hooks driven by an italicized rhythm section and a chimera of crisscrossing harmonies. During “Dream About,” a honeyed falsetto totters over a menacing bassline, the frisson between them so hypnotic it renders the title phrase as an existential mantra, a lifeline. The distorted and snarling “Mangle” rumbles then lifts skyward, its wild-eyed shouts and phosphorescent guitar rising like a winter sun. “Angle” is a pensive acoustic reverie, with chiming harmonics swirling like wisps of smoke around the refrain.

Throughout its propulsive 12-song sequence, this is an album that never lets up. From the relentlessly pulsing “Long Time Ago” to the deep glisten of “Longing,” Of The Sun is an unbroken string of hits in Trupa Trupa’s idiosyncratic, self-made universe.

But just beneath the surface of these often bright and always indelible songs, there is a world teeming with nihilistic considerations, slyly dark humor, and survivalist self assurances - all subtly nestled into bold refrains and reflected back via complex, secret textures. In the breathless rush of “Remainder,” for instance, the band chants “Well, it did not take place” again and again for three minutes, refusing to define “it” so that the emptiness applies to everything. And though “Long Time Ago” hits like a psychedelic romp, corroded sheets of noise spill out beneath the hook, betraying the sense of absolute oblivion at the song’s core.

“It pretends to be nice,” confesses singer Grzegorz Kwiatkowski with a laugh, from the band’s home city in northern Poland along the edge of the Baltic Sea, Gdańsk. “But really, it’s not nice. These are contemplative songs about extremes. Sometimes, I call it vital pessimism. We cherish our freedom but
the place where we are from is also a grim reminder of the evil that people are capable of. We cannot forget it. We cannot justify it. We must remember and not be indifferent.”

The setting of Gdańsk is a crucial philosophical and aesthetic touchstone for Trupa Trupa. A city with a convoluted history of German and Polish rule and self-sovereignty, it is itself a living testament to the turnover of human toil. It’s also the homeland of Arthur Schopenhauer, a philosopher whose system of metaphysical will inspired Nietzsche and, in turn, Trupa Trupa. Klaus Kinski was born nearby, too; Kwiatkowski considers his Werner Herzog-directed film, Fitzcarraldo, one of the best movies ever made. Kinski tries in vain to amass a fortune by piloting a steamship over a mountain into the rubber bonanza of the Amazon. It is a portrait of great effort and pathetic failure, of strain sublimating into nothing. Along with the notions of Beckett, hints of Syd Barrett, and the knotty complications of Wire, these emotions ripple through Of The Sun, a radiant album about the damnation of mortality.

Trupa Trupa has grown inordinately in both confidence and execution during the last half-decade. Spurred on by a democratic process, where no one is the real leader and all ideas and influences are funneled into the same rich sound, Trupa Trupa channel a multiverse of feelings into captivating four-minute spans. Throughout Of The Sun, they stare into the dark and summon a light of their own, making the struggle feel not just tolerable but deceptively triumphant.

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Vinnie Caruana
Dec
7
7:00 pm19:00

Vinnie Caruana

American singer/songwriter Vinnie Caruana is most prominently known for fronting pop-punk band the Movielife, and post-hardcore ensemble I Am the Avalanche.

He comes to Leeds for a headline show at The Key Club on Saturday December 7th performing a set of I Am The Avalanche, Movielife & Solo Material!

Tickets on-sale Friday 2nd August 10am from Lunatickets:

Ticket Link | Facebook Event

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Dawn Landes
Dec
8
7:00 pm19:00

Dawn Landes

Brudenell & Please Please You present...

Dawn Landes
+ Special Guests TBA

08.12.2019 | £11.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

http://www.dawnlandes.com/
https://www.facebook.com/dawnlandes/

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Through four full-length albums, Dawn Landes has blazed her own path with songs that are as fresh as they are timeless. Still, there’s no mistaking that strains of Nashville reside in her voice and in her musical soul, and now, with her fifth album, Landes is finally bringing them to center stage.

“Meet Me At The River” is Landes’ self-described “Nashville record,” and she has assured its pedigree by enlisting the production skills of Fred Foster, the Country Music Hall of Fame member who played a pivotal role in the careers of Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, and Kris Kristofferson.

Two years ago, Landes reached out to Foster, and a four-hour visit to his Nashville home convinced both they were musical kindred spirits. With roots in both Louisville, Kentucky, and Branson, Missouri, Landes has been attracting ardent fans and critical acclaim since entering New York’s music scene in 2000. Along the way, she has collaborated with such contemporaries as Sufjan Stevens, Justin Townes Earle, and Norah Jones, creating music for albums, movies, and television that crosses folk, rock, and alternative genres.

To develop the album together, Landes and Foster underwent a months-long process of what Foster calls “wood-shedding” – hours of listening to music, discussing ideas, and finetuning lyrics.

Ten songs written or co-written by Landes made the cut, offering a range of musical moods and attitudes. “How to Say ‘I Love You’” and “I Don’t Dance” (a duet with Country Music Hall of Famer Bobby Bare) show off Landes’ light touch with melody and lyrics, while “Wind and Rain” and “Southern Girl” are searing testimonies to heartbreak. Landes takes inspiration from classic country themes with “Why They Name Whiskey After Men,” “Traveling,” and “Old Memories.” For the title track, “Meet Me at the River,” Landes expresses wistful longings; she takes on eternal questions with the simple, and simply exquisite, “What Will I Do?” With “Keep on Moving,” she embraces the tradition of music as political expression. Rounding out the album are two songs written by Jimmy Driftwood, the late American folk singer-songwriter and activist whom Foster produced in the 1960s.

Foster and sound engineer Kyle Lehning oversaw the two series of recording sessions, held six months apart, and drew in the cream of Nashville’s studio musicians to collaborate. The result is an album that brims with Nashville authenticity, while at the same time shining the spotlight on Landes’ own authentic voice.

Originally determined to simply make a “Nashville record,” Landes has since moved to the city and become a part of its music scene. She’s now eager to share the new album, “Meet Me at the River”.

Ticket Link | Facebook Event

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Tennis System
Dec
10
7:30 pm19:30

Tennis System

TENNIS SYSTEM
Hyde Park Book Club
Tuesday 10th December
Doors 19:30
Tickets from Lunatickets, SEE Tickets, Crash Records, Jumbo Records

Fusing together elements of shoe-gaze & grunge, dreamy LA Trio Tennis System are coming to Leeds on December 10th live at Hyde Park Book Club in support of their brand new album 'Lovesick' out now!
Tickets on-sale now from Lunatickets: http://bit.ly/TennisSystemHPBC19


Lovesick finds Tennis System channeling years of determination, frustration, and musical and personal growth into a collection of songs that achieve the band's full potential and chart new sonic territory. Made up of Matty Taylor (guitar/vocals), Sam Glassberg (bass), and Garren Orr (drums) Tennis System are a power trio with an emphasis on power, capable of conjuring a storm of noise and melody that would make Kevin Shields proud. While uncertainty and self-doubt are common lyrical themes on Lovesick, there's also conviction--the desire to make the most of the time we have and follow the most fulfilling path, even if it's an unconventional one. Taylor explains, “everyone finds something they fall in love with, for me it was music. I’m always searching for that feeling I had as a child discovering it for the first time. Even though so much of this album is about frustration, at the end of the day it’s really about having a passion for something.”

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Barney Artist
Dec
11
7:30 pm19:30

Barney Artist

Barney Artist live at Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
Wednesday 11th December
Tickets on sale 9am Friday via bit.ly/BarneyArtistLeeds
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Barney Artist is used to a note of surprise in peoples voices when they meet him for the first time. Lowkey and introspective, his rapping style stands in sharp relief to his exuberant personality, which fills a room with laughter on arrival. “Some people will meet me and ask, ‘how come your music is so downbeat when you’re so bubbly and outgoing?’” he says, grinning. “I think some people think you have to be one or the other.” Really though, his smile shouldn’t come as a shock. After years of graft, the world is finally waking up to the 27-year-old rapper who, alongside a crew of his peers, is one of the most exciting young musicians in London right now.

After the release of his revelatory debut album, ‘Home is Where the Art Is’, last year, he’s sold-out a UK tour, supported his friend Tom Misch around Europe, played Glastonbury and earned a FIFA 19 sync. And the future looks even brighter. With the dust barely settled on his celebrated debut album, he’s back with a new five-track EP, Bikes Are Bikes—a collection of new material that points to just how much more he has to offer.

With his signature blend of musicality and message, he’s a thoughtful antidote to a fast-paced, viral music industry. An artist who looks deep inside before sharing it with the world.

This is a standing show. presented by Music-Net. Music-Net is a partnership between producer and promoter Root Music and Inner City Music, owners and operators of iconic historic Manchester music venue Band on the Wall, funded by Arts Council England.

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Beach Baby - CANCELLED
Dec
20
7:30 pm19:30

Beach Baby - CANCELLED

After 6 years playing together and nearly 5 years since we released our first single, we’re sad to say we’ve decided to call it a day as a band. From ‘Ladybird’ through to ‘Lovin’ Feeling’, we’ll always be proud of the music we’ve released and the shows we’ve played, and we feel truly honoured to have had a small clan of loyal fans who have stuck with us through thick and thin! All is well - there have been no ‘artistic differences’ or egoistic combustions - we still love each other lots - it just feels like the right time, for all of us, to bring the Beach Baby chapter of our lives to a close, at least for now. 

Sadly, this also means we’ve taken the difficult decision to pull the December tour  we had booked. All tickets will be refunded from point of purchase, and we’re really sorry to anybody who we’ve disappointed. 

Above all, we’ve loved crafting both ‘No Mind No Money’ and ‘Songs From The Limbo Lounge’ - and for all those who have supported us over the years  - keep listening - the music is out there for you, and it always will be! 


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Macroscope
Jan
24
7:30 pm19:30

Macroscope

MACROSCOPE
Hyde Park Book Club
Friday January 24th 2020
Doors 19:30
Tickets from Lunatickets, SEE Tickets, Crash Records, Jumbo Records

With influences ranging from Indie and punk through to acid jazz, Alternative six piece Macroscope Band are coming to Hyde Park Book Club on Friday January 24th!!

Tickets on-sale now from Lunatickets: http://bit.ly/MacropscopeLeeds20


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Rachael Dadd
Jan
28
7:30 pm19:30

Rachael Dadd

Brudenell presents...

Rachael Dadd
+ Special Guests TBA

28.01.2020 | £8.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

http://rachaeldadd.com/
https://www.facebook.com/rachaeldaddmusic/

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“Rachael Dadd is one of the most talented wise prolific and important women of our times" - Kate Stables of This is the Kit

Living half her time as a traveling musician in Japan, witnessing how other people create things, connecting with other cultures and landscapes; all this is a furnace for innovative song writing. Contemporary folk multi-instrumentalist Rachael Dadd is on a strong path with so much interest and support from DJs, tastemakers, her contemporaries and key people in the music industry. She has been gaining the reputation as a pioneering and thought provoking artist unafraid to push the boundaries of folk and pop.

Rachael Dadd is set to release her 6th album Flux on Memphis Industries on the 8th November 2019. Produced with Marcus Hamblett (Villagers/LauraMarling), Fluxisa response to external and internal tides: the flow of life up-rooted; a protest against the flow of recent political history; a diary of the flow within the intimate space of home. Collaborators include multi instrumentalist Emma Gatrill (Willie Mason / Matthew and the Atlas), drummer Rob Pemberton (Emily Barker / Low Chimes), bassist Jim Barr (Portishead) and vocalists Kate Stables and Rozi Plain (This is The Kit).

Flux follows Rachael’s highly acclaimed album We Resonate which came out on French label Talitres and Sweetdreams Press (Japan), and a string of releases on Broken Sound (UK), Lost Map (UK), Sweetdreams Press and Angel’s Egg (Japan). She has received wide support from DJs on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3 Late Junction, BBC radio 4, Xfm, France Musique on which she was invited for a 6 song session.

In 2016 her solo Piano and Projection show received an Emerging Excellence Award. She has toured this formation as well as full band and solo across venues and festivals in the UK, Europe, Australia and Asia. Her countless festival performances include End of the Road (Tipi stage), Green Man (Cinema tent), Glastonbury, Truck, Farmfest, Wilderness, Le Festival Les Femmes s'en Mêlent (France), Mandrea Festival(Italy), Woodford (Australia), Women in (E)Motion (Germany), and so many more. Headline tours include twice around the UK, once in Europe and most years in Japan since 2008. Rachael regularly tours with long time friends and collaborators This is the Kit and Rozi Plain, as well as David Thomas Broughton, Francois and the Atlas Mountains and Alessi's Ark.

Rachael co-curated Bristols SHHH festival (a celebration of quiet & diverse music), instigated the group exhibition DIY is all you need with fellow musicians and artists, and curated and hosted Rachael Dadd and Friends at Kings Place, London. In Japan she has written for some top names such as UA and Gontiti, and performed to an audience of 4000 at Tokyo’s famous NHK Hall. With a First in fine art, Rachael puts great attention into the conceptual and visual through her music videos, album artwork, hand-made merchandise and exhibitions.


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HIBOU
Jan
30
7:30 pm19:30

HIBOU

HIBOU
Hyde Park Book Club
Thursday 30th January 2020
Doors 19:30
Tickets from Lunatickets, Crash Records, Jumbo Records, Crash Records

Seattle dream-pop artist Hibou comes to Leeds for a headline show at Hyde Park Book Club on January 30th! Check out his brand new album 'Halve' on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2pKNF9o

Tickets on-sale Thursday 10th October 12pm from Lunatickets: http://bit.ly/HibouLeeds20

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Feb
2
7:30 pm19:30

Dry Cleaning

Brudenell presents...

Dry Cleaning
+ POZI

15.02.2020 | £10.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://drycleaning.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/drycleaningband/

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Dry Cleaning are a 4-piece from South London channeling post-punk and new wave pop with a side order of low slung Americana. Their upcoming 6-track EP 'Sweet Princess' is a kaleidoscope of images pieced together, where the everyday collides with the profound.

“Sit Down Meal” was included in the “Top 20 Songs of September” on NPR Music -- https://www.npr.org/2019/09/30/764901252/npr-musics-top-20-songs-of-september

“Sweet Princess” EP was included in Pitchfork’s Great Albums You May Have Missed in Summer 2019 -- https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/great-records-you-may-have-missed-summer-2019/

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Beans on Toast - @ Brudenell Social Club
Feb
7
7:30 pm19:30

Beans on Toast - @ Brudenell Social Club

Beans on Toast - The prolific cult songwriter is coming to Leeds


Climate emergency? Boris as PM? Rail-melting heat waves? A No Deal Brexit?


Beans’ new album could only ever be called one thing:


‘The Inevitable Train Wreck’.



For now he’s holding his cards quite close to his chest, but he’s promised “a rock’n’roll album about our dying planet”



The new release from the Essex Folk hero will find him searching for hope and change in what may be Earth’s darkest hour.


On-track for a 25 date tour across the nation this Winter, catch him playing songs from ‘The Inevitable Train Wreck’ and his huge, well loved back catalogue.



The Inevitable Train Wreck’ will be released on 1st December 2019.



www.beansontoastmusic.com


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Dry Cleaning
Feb
15
7:30 pm19:30

Dry Cleaning

Brudenell presents...

Dry Cleaning
+ POZI

15.02.2020 | £10.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://drycleaning.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/drycleaningband/

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Dry Cleaning are a 4-piece from South London channeling post-punk and new wave pop with a side order of low slung Americana. Their upcoming 6-track EP 'Sweet Princess' is a kaleidoscope of images pieced together, where the everyday collides with the profound.

“Sit Down Meal” was included in the “Top 20 Songs of September” on NPR Music -- https://www.npr.org/2019/09/30/764901252/npr-musics-top-20-songs-of-september

“Sweet Princess” EP was included in Pitchfork’s Great Albums You May Have Missed in Summer 2019 -- https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/great-records-you-may-have-missed-summer-2019/

Tickets Here | Facebook Event

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John Kearns: Double Take and Fade Away
Feb
20
7:30 pm19:30

John Kearns: Double Take and Fade Away

Two Time Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner, Four Time Chortle Award Nominee, John Kearns returns!

Still a slave to dairy, the Gregorian calendar and Greenwich Mean Time, he is flesh and blood after all. A funny man, not for everyone of course, but remember this mustn’t be mistaken as an invite rather a heads up. Based on the theory that the most interesting places on maps are the empty spaces, John has booked a tour, stopping by at some places that look like people share hot water bottles with their landlords. The show implores you to learn lessons from your ceiling and realise Fred Astaire actually knew very well what he was doing. Directed by Olivier winner, Jon Brittain.


Past Reviews

“He has forged comedy gold” ★★★★★ Chortle

“A supreme stand up - richly idiosynchratic comedy” ★★★★ The Guardian

“A true comedy original” ★★★★★ Time Out

“A distant, absurdist cousin of Tony Hancock… one of the oddest and most original comic performers on the Fringe.” ★★★★ The Daily Telegraph

“Kearns could be your new King of Comedy” ★★★★★ The Evening Standard

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Lydian Collective
Feb
23
7:30 pm19:30

Lydian Collective

Futuresound Events presents:

LYDIAN COLLECTIVE
Sunday 23rd February
Hyde Park Book Club
Doors: 19:30
Tickets on-sale from Lunatickets, SEE Tickets, Jumbo Records, Crash Records

With over 1.3 million Spotify streams and more than 1.4 million YouTube views, London-based instrumental jazz/fusion four-piece Lydian Collective are proving themselves a musical tour de force in the UK and beyond.

Their debut album 'Adventure' released on digital, CD and vinyl in March 2018. Within days, it reached the top 10 in the iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Bandcamp Jazz charts, and had extensive official playlisting on several Spotify editorial favourites, including State of Jazz, Fusion Fest, and Jazz UK. BBC Radio 3’s Nick Luscombe called the album ‘Life affirming music’. They come to Hyde Park Book Club on February 23rd!

Tickets on-sale now from Lunatickets: http://bit.ly/LydianCollectiveHPBC19

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Ahir Shah: Dots
Mar
11
7:30 pm19:30

Ahir Shah: Dots

Nominated for Best Show at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2017 and 2018, Ahir Shah is on tour again with his new stand-up show DOTS. Featuring Shah's signature blend of philosophical inquiry, personal examination, and real fun jokes, DOTS explores love, politics, culture, depression, and faith in an effort to examine the necessity, utility, presence, and absence of certainty. Probably.

 

Shah's last show, DUFFER, was performed to packed houses and critical acclaim at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, followed by a sold-out run in London's West End, and a UK and international tour.

 

As seen on Have I Got News For You, Live At The Apollo, and The Mash Report.

"Intricately crafted, profoundly moving, howlingly funny ... a blazing talent firing on all cylinders" ***** (Telegraph)

"Magnificent" ***** (List)

**** (Times)

Age Guidance 16+

Support from:

Trudy & The Romance

Weird Milk


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Jess Fostekew: Hench
Mar
12
7:30 pm19:30

Jess Fostekew: Hench

Absolute powershed and regular host of The Guilty Feminist, Jessica Fostekew explores her big strong strength. Have you ever watched a feminist try and take ‘hench’ as a compliment? It’s like watching a snake eat but funny.

In preview, Hench was nominated for Best Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival.

You’ve seen Jess in BBC sitcoms Motherland and Cuckoo and BAFTA Award-winning drama Three Girls. She's also in forthcoming feature films: Gavin Hood’s Official Secrets and Michael Winterbottom’s Greed. She writes for 8 out of 10 Cats.

Best Show Dave Comedy Award Nominee 2019

‘She finds a new fiercely funny strain of comedy that’s her own’ (The Times)

'Consistently hilarious' (Fest)

'Wears her smarts on her sleeve, great' (Guardian).

***** - Funny Women
**** - The Times
**** - The Guardian
**** - The Herald
**** - The Scotsman
**** - Chortle
**** - The Skinny
**** - Fest

This is a 16+ Event

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Matt Forde: Brexit, Pursued by a Bear
Mar
18
7:30 pm19:30

Matt Forde: Brexit, Pursued by a Bear

General On Sale Date Friday 18 Oct 2019 12:00
Ticket Price £15.00


Ticket Link: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/486466



Join Britain's leading political comedian as he once again promises
his last show as an EU citizen (maybe).

As seen on Have I Got News For You, Mock the Week, The Royal Variety
Performance and Unspun, “our foremost satirical stand up...Whatever
your politics, you’ll find excellence here” ★★★★ Stephen Armstrong,
The Sunday Times

★★★★ Dominic Maxwell, The Times

★★★★ Tim Cornwell, The Scotsman

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Peggy Sue
Mar
29
7:30 pm19:30

Peggy Sue

Brudenell presents...

Peggy Sue
+ Special Guests TBA

29.03.2020 | £9.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://peggywho.com/
https://www.facebook.com/PeggySueBand/

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Peggy Sue are London-via-Brighton indie duo Rosa Slade and Katy Young. Founded in 2007, the band have released four albums, culminating in the critically acclaimed 'Choir Of Echoes', and toured with the likes of Jack White, Local Natives and La Luz.

Fifth album 'Vices', due Autumn 2019, will be their first in four years and the first release on the band's own Souvenirs Records. 'Slow Fade', a lo-fi celebration of restlessness (released impatiently in 2017), was an apt first taste of the melancholy optimism that fills the ten tracks of Vices. The single and upcoming album borrow in equal parts from the perfectly-constructed pop songs of the 1960s and the understated, noisey guitar experiments of 90s indie bands including The Breeders and Blur.

Peggy Sue’s front-women Rosa and Katy have spent the past four years in the great company of all-female singing group Deep Throat Choir (Bella Union), building Vices gradually all the while in studios across London with the help of producer Jimmy Robertson (Choir of Echoes) and new recruits Dan Blackett (Landshapes), Ben Gregory (GRIP TIGHT) and Euan Hinshelwood (Younghusband).

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Rob Auton - The Time Show
Apr
9
7:30 pm19:30

Rob Auton - The Time Show

'The Time Show’ is the latest comedy/theatre/spoken word show by writer and performer of some of what he writes Rob Auton. Following on from his critically acclaimed shows about talking, hair, sleep, water, faces, the sky and the colour yellow, “the Fringe's comedian laureate” (British Comedy Guide) now turns his attention to time. He will be asking questions such as “What time is it?” and “What is it time?”

Praise for Rob Auton

‘A genuine original. Poetical, philosophical, humane, completely charming and funny to boot.’ The Guardian

‘Charming, eccentric and uplifting, Auton is a talent to watch.’ The Independent

“Poetic, pithy and profound” ★★★★ Evening Standard

“He romantically seeks wonder and amazement in the everyday...an engaging, thoughtful show” ★★★★Steve Bennett, Chortle

“Just sad.” Vanessa Feltz

Praise for The Time Show so far

“From eye-wateringly funny one-liners, to meandering musings on what it means to live in the moment, ‘The Time Show’ is beautifully uplifting” ★★★★★ Three Weeks

“eccentric, off-beat and absurd humour…The Time Show leaves you feeling a little bit mind-bended, but all the better for it” ★★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

“brings the house down…spend an hour with Rob Auton if you want to rediscover that your life, and art, and existence at large, is far more than the sum of its parts” ★★★★★ The Prickle

“gags imbued with real soul and humanity. Make time for it” ★★★★ Fest

“As precious as time is, this show is well worth an hour of yours.” ★★★★ Theatre Weekly

The Herald festival pick - “Funny, moving and relentlessly uplifting, this may well be the most magical hour”

Evening Standard festival pick – “combining stand-up, spoken word and the sort of emotional insight you don’t think you’ll get from a comedy show…you can bet he’ll turn out something unexpected”

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Steve Williams & Steve Hall (Russell Howard Tour Support)
May
6
7:30 pm19:30

Steve Williams & Steve Hall (Russell Howard Tour Support)

After opening for Russell Howard’s sold out arena World Tour, Steve Hall and Steve Williams land in Leeds to deliver a double dose of stand up.

Steve Williams has appeared on Tonight at the Palladium (ITV1), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC2), Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow (BBC1) and co-wrote A Gert Lush Christmas (BBC1), The Week That Wasn’t (Sky One) and many more…

Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee and 1/3rd of legendary sketch group ‘We Are Klang’ (BBC3), Steve Hall regularly appears on Frank Skinner’s Radio Show and has supported Russell Howard on each of his tours since 2010. He has written for The Russell Howard Hour (Sky One), A League of Their Own (Sky One) and The Now Show (BBC Radio 4) to name just a few.

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Gnoss
Nov
10
7:00 pm19:00

Gnoss

A dynamic four-piece of fiddle, flute, guitar and percussion, Gnoss tackle energetic tune sets and driving folk song with a ‘maturity of ability many of a greater age will envy’ (Living Tradition).

They bring their live-show and new album 'Drawn From Deep Water' to Leeds on November 10th as part of their Autumn UK tour.

"Sweeping melodies, accomplished musicianship and a fine ear for tunes" - Songlines

"Impeccable, exemplary tune-playing and interplay" - Folk Radio UK

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Erin Rae
Nov
9
7:30 pm19:30

Erin Rae

Brudenell presents...

Erin Rae
+ Special Guests TBA

09.11.2019 | £12.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://www.erinraemusic.com/
https://www.facebook.com/ErinRaeMusic/

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Gifted with a unique ability to fuse musical genres and influences to craft songs that feel fresh and wholly her own, with her new album Putting On Airs, Erin Rae has thrown down a direct challenge to the stereotype of what a Southern singer should be. Both lyrically and sonically, she strikes a fiercely independent chord, proudly releasing a deeply personal record that reflects her own upbringing in Tennessee, including the prejudices and injustices that she witnessed as a child that continue to impact her life to this day. According to Rae, "this album was born out of a need to do some healing work in my personal life, in order to address some fears and patterns of mine to allow my true feelings to come to the surface."

Buoying the release is Rae’s reputation as an enthralling live performer, which has earned her the respect of Nashville peers and music notables alike, including Grammy Award winner John Paul White, who has signed her to his Florence, Alabama-based label, Single Lock Records. Rae joins a Single Lock roster that includes Nicole Atkins, St. Paul And The Broken Bones, and White himself, who said “When I first heard Erin’s compelling voice, I knew nothing about her. It was live, with no intro (she was opening for friends of mine), and I was instantly transfixed. I couldn’t wait to engage, and that’s something I very seldom feel, much less do. I was thrilled to find out her personality was as engaging as her voice and songs, and that she was looking for a home. I couldn’t be happier to be hitching our wagons together.”

Recorded in the dead of winter at The Refuge, a historic former Franciscan monastery-turned-creative space on Wisconsin’s Fox River, the isolated environment created the perfect setting for Erin and her bandmates to track these genre-busting songs, using the chapel and other unique spaces within the cavernous building to explore new sonic boundaries, all while continuing to showcase Erin’s trademark vocals and song-serving restraint first heard on her critically-acclaimed 2015 debut album, Soon Enough.

The unique sound of the record is inspired by the innovative 1960s European production techniques from artists like the Beatles and Francoise Hardy, paired alongside the restraint and minimalism of modern artists like Wilco and Richard Hawley, bridging the sonic gap between classic songwriting and a modern indie-rock ethos. The album was co-produced by engineer Dan Knobler (Rodney Crowell, Tift Merritt) and multi-instrumentalist Jerry Bernhardt. Dominic Billett also served an integral role in the collective that worked together to create the album’s innovative and varied sonic pallet, providing the perfect soundscape for Erin’s soothing vocals, bathing everything in the warmth and purity that has become her trademark sound.

Tickets Here | Facebook Event

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Sam Amidon
Nov
7
7:30 pm19:30

Sam Amidon

High & Lonesome and Hey! Manchester present...

Sam Amidon
+ Special Guests TBA

07.11.2019 | £12.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

Tickets on-sale 07.06.19 at 11am.

http://www.samamidon.com/
https://www.facebook.com/SamAmidonMusic


Sam Amidon is a singer-fiddler-banjoist-guitarist originally hailing from Vermont, US. He has released six solo albums on the Nonesuch and Bedroom Community labels, most recently 2017’s “The Following Mountain.” Amidon's material for these albums often consists of adventurous reworkings of traditional American ballads, hymns and work songs, with the New York Times writing that Amidon "transforms all of the songs, changing their colours and loading them with trapdoors." The albums have been deeply collaborative in nature, inviting contributions from musicians such as composer Nico Muhly, guitarist Bill Frisell, and trumpeter Kenny Wheeler.

Sam Amidon has also recorded or performed as a guest artists with musicians such as Bon Iver, Emmylou Harris, Tune-Yards, Pekka Kuusisto, and Amidon’s wife Beth Orton. He has also appeared as a soloist performing with ensembles such as the Kronos Quartet, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and the Aurora Orchestra, among others.

Tickets Here | Facebook Event

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Feet
Nov
5
7:30 pm19:30

Feet

5 piece guitar band FEET's unique brand of crease pop draws comparisons to the likes of Parquet Courts & Talking Heads.
After supporting the likes of Honeyblood & Declan McKenna, they come to Leeds at Hyde Park Book Club on November 5th!!

Pre-order their debut album ‘What’s Inside is More Than Just Ham’ from: smarturl.it/FEETDebutAlbum

Support from: Low Hummer


Tickets on-sale Friday 7th June 10am from Lunatickets

Tickets Here | Facebook Event


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LSR Social X Spotlight Launch
Nov
4
7:00 pm19:00

LSR Social X Spotlight Launch

🕺💃Come down for a good ole boogie at Hyde Park Book Club!🕺💃


Leeds Student Radio is proud to announce our residency 'Spotlight' at HPBC and celebrate it with all our members 🎉📚🔊


The November social will start off in the bar with some ambient DJ sets and trickle down to the basement for some heavier stuff 🤐
First 40 members to arrive will receive a drink voucher! Choice of house white/red, house lager, spirit n mixer and soft drinks🍺

Doors for basement and ambient set from 7pm
DJ sets at basement from 8pm til' midnight

ACTS:
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Tickets for the basement frolicking:
Early bird: 2 pounds
Go to www.luu.org.uk/leeds-student-radio, press on 'Visit our shop', log in, scroll down and select 'Early Bird Spotlight Ticket' and check out!
Late release: 3 pounds members, 4 pounds non-members
Tickets available on the door as well, same price as Late Release xxx

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Swimming Tapes
Nov
3
7:30 pm19:30

Swimming Tapes

Swimming Tapes draw on a range of musical influences, from the effortless summer melodies of The Beach Boys to Wild Nothing’s dreamy, shoegazing hue through to the interweaving guitar work of Real Estate.

After a brilliant set at Live at Leeds 2019, they return to the city on November 3rd at Hyde Park Book Club, tickets on-sale Friday 24th May from Lunatickets

Support from: Margot

Tickets Here | Facebook Event

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HPJC Presents: Jiannis Pavlidis
Oct
31
7:30 pm19:30

HPJC Presents: Jiannis Pavlidis

HPJC Presents: Jiannis Pavlidis.

For this week's Thursday night Jam we have the incredible Jiannis Pavlidis with us!

As always music from 7 till late, with a Jam following the Band.
10% off Craft Beers after 6.30pm

Come down and bring your instruments!

Through 1990-1994 attended Berklee College of Music having partial scholarship ( Magna Cum Laude, Professional Performance Achievement Division Award) and studied guitar with Jon Damian (tutor for Bill Frisell, Wayne Krantz, Kurt Rosenwinkel) , and attended classes under the direction of Rick Peckham, Hal Crook, Fred Lipsius(Blood Sweat and Tears) as well as having external private lessons with Jerry Bergonzi.

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Resist: Stories of Uprising with Gaia Holmes & SJ Bradley
Oct
30
7:00 pm19:00

Resist: Stories of Uprising with Gaia Holmes & SJ Bradley

From Boudica to the Tolpuddle Martyrs, and Peterloo to the protests following the Grenfell Tower tragedy in 2017, Resist is an anthology of short fiction based on key moments of British resistance, re-imagining events through the eyes of those involved at a grassroots level, rather than those which history remembers.

Join us as two contributors take us through their tales: SJ Bradley's story is based on the Enslow Hill Rising which took place in Oxfordshire in 1596, a gathering of impoverished men who had fallen on hard times from a bad harvest bring unprecedented poverty, who were captured and tortured for daring to assemble. Gaia Holmes' story is based on the Newbury bypass protest of 1996, when protesters occupied trees on the route of the newly built road which threatened hundreds of acres of woodland.

Part of the Northern Short Story Festival mini-fest.

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Egyptian Blue
Oct
29
7:30 pm19:30

Egyptian Blue

Brudenell presents...

Egyptian Blue
+ Special Guests TBA

29.10.2019 | £5.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://soundcloud.com/egyptianblueinc
https://www.facebook.com/egyptianblueinc/

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Every element of Egyptian Blue’s fierce, uncompromising sound feels like hypnotism fuelled by psychosis. Their grinding riffs achieve a mesmeric power through brute repetition, while their rhythm section produces taut, nervous energy and intense post-punk grooves in equal measure.

If you discovered them through their recent track ‘To Be Felt’, which was supported by Huw Stephens, Jack Saunders, Steve Lamacq, John Kennedy and Tom Ravenscroft, you’ll connect with the dark mania that pulsates throughout their debut EP ‘Collateral Damage’. It’s under a new deal with Yala! Records, the label co-founded by former Maccabee Felix White and home to the likes of The Magic Gang and Willie J Healey.

Dual frontmen Andy Buss and Leith Ambrose first bonded over early Foals and The Maccabees and have played music together ever since. They’re the type of people you expect to find in an essential new band: two lifelong friends who share a seemingly telepathic connection.

They formed Egyptian Blue in their late teens, with Luke Phelps on bass. Initially practicing above a jewellery shop in their hometown of Colchester, they were the epitome of a band reacting to the mundanity of their surroundings. Early jams often devolved into marathon sessions of fourteen hours or more, made all the more chaotic by the amount of whisky they’d share.

“We got raided by the police a couple of times because we were playing ridiculously loud music at five am above a jewellers in the centre of town,” summarises Andy, as if it’s a rite of passage that everyone goes through.

“Our rehearsals were a joke,” sighs Leith, “but we thought we were taking it seriously.”

With life in Colchester growing stale, Egyptian Blue moved to Brighton – a place they agree was exciting because “it had a lot more to offer us as people and as musicians.” Another big moment came at a King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard gig. Seeing a band that well-drilled made them rethink the work ethic that their own project required.

Released late in 2017, their debut single ‘Cut Me A Hole’ was the first calling card for Egyptian Blue’s growing talents. Yet they’d soon be following a different path to that track’s psyche-tinged punk attack. When they returned almost a year later with ‘To Be Felt’, they sounded like a modernist take on Gang of Four’s seminal ‘Entertainment’ album filtered through Canadian post-punks Preoccupations.

They credit much of that recent transition in their sound to new drummer Isaac Ide. Not only has he allowed the band to push forwards by freshening up their dynamic, but he’s also formed a powerhouse partnership with Luke.

That direction continues on the ‘Collateral Damage’ EP, which was produced by Theo Verney (FUR, TRAAMS). Anxious, angsty and foreboding, the lead track and new single ‘Collateral’ is driven by Luke’s propulsive bass combined with tight percussion. Meanwhile Andy and Leith trade lyrics which explode with vitriol and recriminatory aggression.

Andy wrote the song after visiting a friend who suffers from severe social anxiety. “He told me he’d fallen in love with someone he met online,” he recalls,” but he was coming to terms with the realisation that they’d never be able to meet it person due to his anxiety. It kind of broke my heart.” In contrast, Leith’s verse explores the idea of letting someone down, but not wanting to hurt them in the process.

‘Collateral’ and another new song, the Birthday Party flavoured ‘Adderall’, were written in the same day and both simmer with barely controlled chaos. The EP is completed with by ‘Contain It’ and ‘To Be Felt’, both tracks which pick up that Gang of Four baton of driving bass and jagged guitars. Like the artwork that accompanies it, the EP is a magnetising collage of sounds.

The four songs are also inspired by snapshots of conversations heard during a night out. Or, as Ambrose notes, “The bitter end of the evening where people say something interesting. Or when someone says something that triggers negative thoughts in your head.”

“And the sort of thing you say and immediately regret,” interjects Andy.

Egyptian Blue’s connection with Yala! started when they supported Willie J Healey at Yala! club nights in Manchester and London. They’re now also confirmed to play the label’s stage at this summer’s All Points East festival. IDLES’ frontman Joe Talbot has also fallen under their spell, describing them as “fucking sick.”

Now on tour with The Murder Capital, Egyptian Blue are part of a new wave of intense bands who are making guitar music vital again.

Tickets Here | Facebook Event

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Alex Tracey
Oct
24
7:30 pm19:30

Alex Tracey

Alex Tracey melds funk and indie-pop to create fresh, infectious rhythms that make it impossible to keep your feet still. Having already had support slots with coveted artists like Saint Raymond & Chase n Status, Alex is set for big things. Catch him at Hyde Park Book Club on 24th October.

Support from Surefire Affair & BACKSPACE
🎧 - https://spoti.fi/2KaLjHx


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Bambara
Oct
23
7:30 pm19:30

Bambara

Brudenell presents...

Bambara
+ Special Guests TBA

23.10.2019 | £7.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://www.facebook.com/BAMBARA.band/

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"Very few artists these days make rock and roll as threatening as Bambara." – LOUD AND QUIET [8/10]

BBC6: Steve Lamacq -
"One of my favourite things I finally saw for the first time at South By this year. They made it all worth while"

"This is one of my favourite tracks of 2019 so far." - Referring to "Monument"

"I've listened to this record an awful lot. It's by Bambara and we're just waiting for them to announce more dates in the UK."

"The first album I bought upon my return from SXSW having seen them on the final night of the festival. I mean they're terrific live. Very compelling to watch and such a commanding presence."

"The best thing I heard last year was easily Bambara and their album Shadow On Everything [...] I just love everything they do - and I think they're one of the best live acts I've ever seen. [...] They're violent and passionate, interested and interesting and good-looking, and they're much cooler than we are." - Joe Talbot (IDLES), MOJO

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Hot Flash Heat Wave
Oct
22
7:30 pm19:30

Hot Flash Heat Wave

San Francisco band Hot Flash Heat Wave rose to prominence in the Bay Area music scene in 2015 with the release of their 'Gutter Girl' music video, from their debut album Neapolitan, with its accompanying video eventually trending on Reddit. Their versatile sound, at times reminiscent of psychedelia, dream pop, and post-punk, demonstrates a dynamic range of songwriting prowess centered around consistently infectious, sun-soaked melodies and guitar hooks. They come to Hyde Park Book Club on 22nd October>

FFO - The Regrettes / Gus Dapperton
🎧 - https://spoti.fi/2WTZTwl


Tickets Here | Facebook Event

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Bologneology: Archipelago + Support // DJ: Frito
Oct
21
7:30 pm19:30

Bologneology: Archipelago + Support // DJ: Frito

The world of Bologneology is as tasty and as tangy as its namesake. The nights serve a purpose of bringing together the various creative circles of Leeds and beyond, and combining them into one delicious hot-pot of artistic delights. The music is energising, the art is inspiring, and the recipe is simple:

Ingredients:

Bands-
Archipelago
Yaatri
Racoon Dog Soup
The Durdy Laundry

DJ: Frito

Artists-
Chris Grisley
Joy Rooney
Sam Joyce
Ricky Butcher
Lewis Andrews
Niall Unger

Artist Curation by Julia Pomeroy

Method:

1. Mix the representatives of the various creative circles together into one big gloopy mixture.
2. Spread over the walls and stage of HPBC.
3. Add the hungry audience.
4. Enjoy the visual and audial delights with a good old boogie.

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Savages
Oct
21
7:00 pm19:00

Savages

The second of the not-so-monthly Savages Open Mic Nights! hosted by Leeds Savage Club within the snug room at the Hyde Park Book Club.

All are welcome! members and non-members alike (though members will have priority for reading if we have many takers).

Share works of poetry, prose, song, rhyme or dialogue - the only limits being the 1000 words word-count and to make sure your work is within the realms of human decency.

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Harriet Kemsley: Slutty Joan
Oct
20
7:30 pm19:30

Harriet Kemsley: Slutty Joan

THIS SHOW HAS BEEN MOVED FROM THE WARDROBE AND WILL BE HELD IN THE UPSTAIRS SNUG. ALL TICKETS PURCHASED FOR THE WARDROBE SHOW ARE VALID FOR THIS SHOW.

Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018, multi award-winning comic Harriet Kemsley pulls her skirt out of her pants and shames slut shaming in a nationwide tour.

In a Cornell University study women rated fictional female peer, Joan, as emotionally unstable and less competent because she was sexually promiscuous. If Joan wasn't fictional her name would be Harriet Kemsley and in this deeply personal and hilarious show Harriet delves into her sexual history.

Star of Bobby and Harriet Get Married, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Roast Battle and Comedy Central at The Comedy Store.

“An extraordinarily talented young woman with a gift for comedy and a story to tell.” ★★★★ The Scotsman.

“The gags are relentless” ★★★★ The List.

★★★★★ Deadline.
★★★★ The List.
★★★★ National Student.
★★★★ Ed Fest.
★★★★ Fest Mag.
★★★★ The Skinny.

One of the British Comedy Guide’s best reviewed shows of the Edinburgh Fringe 2018.

Independent’s Best Comedy Shows of the Fringe 2018.
One of Metro’s Edinburgh Fringe rising stars.
The i Newspaper’s Best Comedy shows of the Fringe 2018.

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Pedestrians
Oct
19
7:30 pm19:30

Pedestrians

No Presale. Tickets for 10 £ at entrance. Doors 7:30. Show 20:00.

After Touring several Countries the Swiss Reggae-Pop-Band finally comes to play in the UK and will present their Debut-Album.

The ten tracks of Sweet Space are pin sharp, multi-layered and extrovert . Playful lyrics shine among strong drums and driving synths. A uniquely dynamic mixture driven by an electrifying performance and the will to blend different musical and artistic influences.

Songs like «Bad Side» or «Breakdown Tuesdays» explore the intersection between Pop, Reggae and 90s vibe. Featuring artists KT Gorique, Manuel Felder (The Gardener & the Tree), Naima and the British band Will and the People, this record proves to be a straight-forward thinking ensemble of tracks. Pedestrians have arrived in a space of sweet possibilities. With their debut album «Sweet Space» they ask for more than just reality: dreams are explosive.

This is a new dimension!

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Dont Falter
Oct
19
7:00 pm19:00

Dont Falter

Keep Saturday the 19th October free for Don’t Falter!
Psych-projections, dancing & the best tracks from the resident DJs is all FREE ENTRY! No excuse to miss it or stay in, really.

7pm til 12am. Hyde Park Book Club. Vegetarian/vegan food available all night. Bottled & draught beer.

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Francis Lung
Oct
18
7:30 pm19:30

Francis Lung

Brudenell presents...

Francis Lung
+ Special Guests TBA

18.10.2019 | £7.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://www.francislung.com/
https://www.facebook.com/francislungofficial/

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Francis Lung is a singer/songwriter, producer and multi instrumentalist from Manchester. He began writing and stockpiling music after the demise of his former band WU LYF in 2012. The unique brand of Power Pop featured on his recorded output spans genres as diverse as Disco, Soft Rock and Alt. Country whilst gliding seamlessly between them.

He released his first EP "Vol I" on his own imprint ‘Songs Records’ in 2015 which The Line OF Best Fit called ‘A masterful anthology of tender, classic songwriting. The “Vol II” EP followed in 2016 which Noisey praised for its ’lilting melodies, thoughtful, complex arrangements and aching post-punk atmospherics thrown in for good measure”.

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October Lolshevism with headliner Hannah Platt
Oct
16
7:30 pm19:30

October Lolshevism with headliner Hannah Platt

Lolshevism is back for what will be presumably a day so close to the Brexit deadline that we'll all have descended into last-days-of-Rome apocalyptic bacchanalian debauchery. So it should be FUN. Like that scene at the end of Perfume.

Your headliner Hannah Platt will be there to lead us through the darkness. Hannah Platt has a frank and acerbic approach to stand up, never shying away from sensitive topics with brutal honesty and quick wit.
BBC New Comedian of the Year 2019 Finalist and Tour support for Fern Brady and Harriet Kemsley.

‘Dark, damaged and hilarious’ Josie Long
‘Voice of a new generation’ The Skinny
‘As bleak as she is funny’ Steve Bennett, Chortle

MC: Sian Davis
Featuring:
Michael Mannion
Catherine Burgis
Callie Vandewiele
Dan Brabban
Charlie Stokes

£5 Waged, £4 Unwaged
All profits to the Abortion Support Network: www.asn.org.uk

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Peggy Sue
Oct
13
7:30 pm19:30

Peggy Sue

Brudenell presents...

Peggy Sue
+ Special Guests TBA

13.10.2019 | £9.00 ADVANCE (+stbf) | 19:30 Doors

https://peggywho.com/
https://www.facebook.com/PeggySueBand/

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Peggy Sue are London-via-Brighton indie duo Rosa Slade and Katy Young. Founded in 2007, the band have released four albums, culminating in the critically acclaimed 'Choir Of Echoes', and toured with the likes of Jack White, Local Natives and La Luz.

Fifth album 'Vices', due Autumn 2019, will be their first in four years and the first release on the band's own Souvenirs Records. 'Slow Fade', a lo-fi celebration of restlessness (released impatiently in 2017), was an apt first taste of the melancholy optimism that fills the ten tracks of Vices. The single and upcoming album borrow in equal parts from the perfectly-constructed pop songs of the 1960s and the understated, noisey guitar experiments of 90s indie bands including The Breeders and Blur.

Peggy Sue’s front-women Rosa and Katy have spent the past four years in the great company of all-female singing group Deep Throat Choir (Bella Union), building Vices gradually all the while in studios across London with the help of producer Jimmy Robertson (Choir of Echoes) and new recruits Dan Blackett (Landshapes), Ben Gregory (GRIP TIGHT) and Euan Hinshelwood (Younghusband).

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Husky Loops
Oct
12
7:00 pm19:00

Husky Loops

Husky Loops are a band set on breaking the rules, bending genre boundaries and stepping boldly into the unknown. Drawing influence from everything from rock to hip-hop, their tracks strike a perfect balance between the unhinged nature of their live shows and the huge detail that goes into every single one of their recordings.

They come to Leeds on Saturday October 12th at Hyde Park Book Club!

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