December 2015

IVW 2016 shows announced!December 4, 2015

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We’re super-excited to be taking part in Independent Venue Week 2016, with our pals Wolf Alice as this year’s ambassadors, and more venues than ever being involved, Year 3 is set to be a stormer! Check out our links below for this year’s line-up here at The Boileroom.

 

Monday 25th January
ELIZA & THE BEAR
Eliza And The Bear’s upbeat, indie folk music pulled together the romping folk-pop of Mumford & Sons and The Lumineers, while the layered instrumentation took inspiration from the likes of Arcade Fire and Broken Social Scene.

They released their song “Brother’s Boat” digitally before their first single, “Upon the North,” appeared in 2013. Later that year they were invited to open for Paramore on their U.K. tour, where they played at a sold-out Wembley Arena.

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Tuesday 26th January
GRIEVED
Employed To Serve // Eulogy
The Swedish purveyors of blistering hardcore head to Guildford as part of their album release tour.
With support from Surrey’s own bearers of shred, Employed To Serve and Eulogy.

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Wednesday 27th January
CHARLIE DORE
“A gift for melody…brave, poignant.. entertaining and original” Guardian****

“Beautific of voice, fragrant of melody and lyrically fearless” Mojo ****
Charlie Dore returns with a rare solo show that spotlights personal favourites from her last five albums as well as unique takes on songs she has written for platinum-selling artists, some never before performed live in their original form.The evening promises a multi-layered show as Charlie swaps between guitar, piano, ukulele and harmonium, her background in folk & roots music very much in evidence, as are her years of experience as an actor and improviser. The stories in between the songs are often dark and funny, the rapport with her audience always instant and relaxed.Known for her often quietly subversive lyrics delivered via classic melodies, this multi-award-winner is one of only a handful of contemporary writers to have had success across so many different genres. Tina Turner, George Harrison, Celine Dion, Paul Carrack and Jimmy Nail have all covered Charlie’s songs.

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Thursday 28th January
LISBON
Whitley Bay four-piece Lisbon have unveiled the first part of their master plan for 2016 with the announcement of a 22 night UK Tour. After wowing at this summer’s festivals and a near sell out 2015 tour the guys plan to be the band that everyone is talking about in 2016.This year has seen the band likened to Foals, The 1975 and their North Eat comrades Little Comets.

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Friday 29th January
THIS IS THE KIT

“It’s hard to find fault with ‘Bashed Out’, timeless and completely modern all at once. It’s as lucid a record as you’ll hear all year” The Line of Best Fit 8/10

“’Bashed Out’ takes TITK’s traditional folk to the edge of the avant-garde” NME

The beloved musical project of one Kate Stables, This Is The Kit released her third album Bashed Out earlier this year. Produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner, it was acclaimed critically and quickly seen as her breakthrough record.

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Saturday 30th January

MORNING
Punk Rock Yoga
Bad Juju Yoga is run by Jo Smith, a passionate yoga student teacher and lover of all things punk. The yoga taught is called Dru Yoga which is described as ‘stillness in motion’. Whilst many people see yoga and punk being at opposite ends of the spectrum, Jo likes to see it as something that bring balance and moderation into one’s life.

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Sunday 31st January
AFTERNOON
Record Fair
EVENING
Social Cinema: What’s Love Got To Do With It
Cinema is all about living in the magical movie moment, an ever evolving evolution of cinematic euphoria. We’re screen what we call “Movies with Meaning”, to get your cinematic minds thinking. We’re endeavoring to get Fans of film Socialising, coming together to be captivated by the interpretation of life projected on the big screen.

What’s Love Got To Do With It: The story of singer Tina Turner’s rise to stardom and how she gained the courage to break free from her abusive husband, Ike Turner.
From her youth as a rebellious gospel singer, her turbulent and violent marriage, to a global megstar and female artist of our generation.
Let’s Talk: Does having talent mean a troubled Life?

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Find our more about Independent Venue Week here.