Thursday May 1st – Bob Log III
The legendary masked guitar bandit heads to the venue for what we’re sure will be a completely unforgettable night. Bob Log’s an act who’s career has largely gained a following through his always unpredictable stage-show, usually involving members of the audience. Adorned in a crash helmet and full blue jump suit, the enigmatic Mississippi punk blues artist is hard to pigeonhole. With his mad-cap style and now infamous songs like ‘Boob Scotch’ and ‘I Want Your Shit On My Leg’, this is a show to satiate your curiosity and discover a pioneer from truly out of this world. Tickets are almost completely gone, act fast!
Friday 2nd May – Boom n Bass Presents Lyrical Culture: Macka B & The Roots Ragga Band
This is a set be a solid night full of good, dancy vibes. Macca B, the lyrical wordsmith, headlines a night celebrating the man’s exact craft – lyrical culture. Accompanying the renowned crowd controller are Apex Zero and resident Boom & Bass DJs
Saturday May 3rd – The Safety Fire, hosted by Progressive Promotions
Local promotions collective Progressive Promotions are bringing a host of hard-hitting heavy tech-metal to the venue. London based progressive metal band The Safety Fire have quite a burgeoning following for their innovative brand of expansive high-energy music. The group are riding high off myriad support slots for Rise To Remain, The Arusha Accord, Bleed From Within, and Xerath up and down the UK and an appearance at Sonisphere, they’re are now ready to take the helm on their own tour. They’re joined by Freeze The Atlantic, who take their place on the always glowing Alcopop records roster and are prepping release of their new self-titled album. Capping off the bill is Crown Me King and the excellently named Throatpunch City
Sunday May 4th – 90s Club Night
Get ready to get loose and party like it’s 199whatever on Bank Holiday Sunday. Cheap entry, cheap drinks, huge nostalgic tunes and good vibes ’til 1am. Dig out your old 90s clobber, stick on The Simpsons and head down!
Bank Holiday Monday May 5th – We have TWO shows on
The first of which is at The Boileroom featuring Belgian indie/electronic/hip-hop ensamble Pale Grey.
The second being an exciting stripped-down set from Lewis Watson, the budding young singer-songwriter currently sweeping the nation with his heart-warming, soulful songs and stories.
Find out more on what’s on this month with the interactive poster linked below. Digital!