Local gigs you can’t miss in February 2020

We’re back with our first local gig guide of 2020! January was a bit thin on the ground so here are nine of the best local gigs coming up around mainly Portsmouth but also Southampton across February 2020. All the gigs listed are under £10 as well!

Information correct as of 30th January 2020 but will try and keep the post updated if any changes do occur.

Tundra Love & Skinny Milk (Calamity Cratediggers)

When and where? 2nd February at the Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? Web | PlayMondaeo

In brief: Tundra Love – Experimental, alternative rock band from Brighton with tracks that are both slow-burners and hectic, combining both light/dark perfectly. Skinny Milk – Fellow Brighton based psychedelic, garage-punk duo with hypnotic, fuzzed out tracks.

Tickets? £7 including booking fees and can be purchased here.

 

En Attendant Ana (Calamity Cratediggers)

When and where? 8th February at Acapulco, Southsea – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? Megan Linford | Sienas

In brief: Parisian quintet En Attendant Ana bring their jangly, lo-fi indie garage-pop to Acapulco next month. The band released their latest album ‘Juillet’ just last week.

Tickets? £8 including booking fees and can be purchased here.

 

Rosie Elena (Strong Island Recordings/Pie & Vinyl)

When and where? 8th February at The Wave Maiden, Portsmouth – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? Temples of Youth | Number 9 | Beau Curtis

In brief: Atmospheric alternative-folk with dream-pop sensibilities and stunning vocals. Rosie Alena’s latest single ‘Mixed Messages’ is a must-listen.

Tickets? £5.90 (including booking fee) available here or £6 on the door.

 

Web (Beluga Productions)

When and where? 3rd February at The Joiners, Southampton – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? Sublunary | Marshall Kings

In brief: One of the most forward-thinking and exciting local bands of the moment. Web are set to bring their déjà vu-esque, hypnotic, experimental post-punk tunes to The Joiners next Monday for their debut headline (?) gig. Not to be missed.

Tickets? £3 tickets on the door.

 

 

The White Lakes (Fitz Promotions)

When and where? 1st February at the Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? Basement Club | Capital Fuzz | Paraffin

In brief: Oxford based indie-rock band The White Lakes return to Portsmouth on 1st February for the 4th (?) time over the last year, so they must be doing something right!

Tickets? £6 including booking fees and can be purchased here. This gig has since sold out but all the bands playing are still worth a listen.

 

October Drift

When and where? 16th February at Heartbreakers, Southampton – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? The Estevans

In brief: October Drift are a band with an unmissable, intense energy and live dynamic that just isn’t to be missed. The band have just released their debut album ‘Forever Whatever’ and it’s huge!

Tickets? £7 and can be purchased here.

 

Dad Hair (Calamity Cratediggers)

When and where? 22nd February at the Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? Borrowed Atlas | Slug Money | Ban Summers

In brief: Southsea based grunge-y, brash, post-punk and psych-noise trio.

Tickets? £6 including booking fees and can be purchased here.

– No music online, you’ll have to trust us on this one –

 

The Zangwills (Fitz Promotions)

When and where? 27th February at the Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? 32 Tens | The Directors |

In brief: The Zangwills are a North West based indie-rock band with catchy tunes, upbeat riffs and a certain energy.

Tickets? £6 including booking fees and can be purchased here.

 

Pregoblin (Calamity Cratediggers)

When and where? 29th February at the Edge of the Wedge, Portsmouth – Facebook Event Page/More Info

Supports? Barbudo | Drusila | Lobster Pot

In brief: Pregoblin are a psych pop duo with disco-inspired, funk infused tracks. Their latest single ‘Anna (Flowers Won’t Grow)’ is a breezy pop track and the more you listen to it, the catchier it gets.

Tickets? £9 including booking fees and can be purchased here.

 



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