preview // Hollie McNish at Cambridge Junction, May 5th
We fire over some quick questions to Hollie in advance of her hometown show at Cambridge Junction on May 5th.
preview // Belle and Sebastian at the Cambridge Corn Exchange
Seminal Scottish band sell out the Corn Exchange
Cambridge Gig Guide For May
Belle & Sebastian, Will Varley, I Strip For Couples, The Bohicas and more playing Cambridge this month
Orchestra swap car park for Kettle’s Yard
The Multi-Story Orchestra, an acclaimed group of musicians who perform in car parks, schools and night clubs, will present a night of new music in the beautiful setting of Kettle’s Yard house.
preview // Mariana Sadovska & Christian Thomé at the Cambridge Junction
Cambridge Junction’s popular world music programme continues on Saturday 25th April with an appearance from Mariana Sadovoska – an extraordinary voice refining Ukrainian roots
Wysing Festival announces this year’s Space and Time line up
This year's Wysing event to explore altered states and multiple identities
preview // Goldstar Vs. Grace Sarah EP launch show
Two of Cambridge's brightest acts to release joint EP
preview // dbh at CB1
Beautifully constructed folk meanderings at the CB1 Cafe
preview // Fred’s House at the Cambridge Junction J2
Cambridge outfit play largest headline show as part of 22 date tour at the J2
preview // Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman at the J2
Duo bring new LP 'Tomorrow Will Follow Today' to Cambridge
Shield Patterns to Play Secret Cambridge Show
Intimate performance scheduled for April 30th with limited tickets, location to be revealed.
preview // Jam and Record Event, April 16th
New improv based music night launches on April 16th
preview // Marika Hackman at The Portland Arms
Hackman brings her distinctive and brooding take on folk back to The Portland on April 14th
preview // Wolf Alice at the Cambridge Junction
One of this year’s most tipped bands, Wolf Alice play the Cambridge Junction on the 10th
preview // Courtney Barnett at the Cambridge Junction
An eye for story-song details that are literate without being pretentious, do not miss Courtney Barnett at the Junction
Cambridge gig guide for April
Courtney Barnett, Wolf Alice, Turbowolf, The Leisure Society, Arcane Roots - April is a packed month for live music in Cambridge
Adam Vallance, Henri Salonen & Gytha Lodge at SHINDIG, April 4th
A new interdisciplinary performance for piano, double bass & typewriter.
preview // High Tyde at The Portland Arms, March 31st
A breath of fresh air to the indie scene and very much the ‘Fuzz’ band of 2015
preview // Dave McPherson at CB2, March 26th
One part alt-metal frontman, one part folk singer songwriter, McPherson at CB2 is one not to miss this week
preview // Seafret at The Portland Arms, March 30th
Seafret's material has a beautifully contagious feel. Writing about life as it evolves around them, the two have a rare observational eye though young, the world is not going to pass them by.
preview // Circuit & SHINDIG present ‘Murmuration’, March 28th
An evening of live music, dance and spoken word entertainment inspired by the work of artist Henri Gaudier-Brzeska and the New Rhythms exhibition.
preview // Tigercats at The Portland Arms, March 29th
Infectious hooks, heart, danceability and coupling it with a bright new contemporary sound
preview // Kill It Kid at The Portland Arms, March 23rd
Blues catharsis, tight rock 'n' roll song writing, pensive folk musings and distorted grunge attitude
preview // Emily Barker & Gill Sandell at The Portland Arms, March 24th
Bafta and Ivor Novello award winning singer-songwriter Emily Barker blends classical, rock, country and folk influences to stunning effect.
preview // Ruen Brothers at The Portland Arms, March 20th
Imagine reverberant swells of Phil Spector's 'Wall Of Sound' pulsing through you, mixed with unique, melodic guitar riffs
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