Four local gigs you cannot miss this week.

Blackfoot Circle (EP Launch) Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth.


Saturday 19th March 2016

This gig is the EP launch of Blackfoot Circle’s latest release, ‘Modern Heartbreak’. We actually caught Blackfoot Circle live at last years Victorious Festival and were very impressed. The band have since supported Catfish And The Bottlemen in the US, before returning to the UK to work on this recently released EP.

Buy tickets for Blackfoot Circle (EP Launch) @ Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth by clicking here.

Black Honey @ The Joiners, Southampton.


Wednesday 16th March 2016

Part pop, part psychedelic, Black Honey bridge the gap perfectly. Singer Izzy Baxter has recently been described by Vogue as “Debbie Harry for 2016”. Black Honey are also playing The Bullingdon, Oxford on Thurdsday 17th March and Guildford Boileroom on Friday 18th March 2016 as part of their UK tour.

Buy tickets for Black Honey @ The Joiners, Southampton by clicking here.

Field Music @ The Haunt, Brighton.


Sunday 20th March 2016

Field Music are an experimental pop music duo from Sunderland. Their fourth album ‘Plumb’ was nominated for the 2012 Mercury Prize Award. Field Music are also playing at Engine Rooms, Southampton on the 19th March as part of their spring tour.

Buy tickets for Field Music @ The Haunt, Brighton by clicking here.

Birdskulls @ The Louisiana, Bristol.


Thursday 17th March 2016

We actually saw Birdskulls live nearly three years ago, but unfortunately haven’t had the pleasure since. But if they’re anything like the last time we saw them, then you’re in for a treat. Birdskulls will be supported by Pipedream and Skeleton Frames. If you like frantic live gigs, then this is for you.

Buy tickets for Birdskulls @ The Louisiana, Bristol by clicking here.

*Local refers to anything from Bristol to Brighton and Portsmouth to Oxford, UK for us right now.

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