preview // Woahnows at the Corner House, March 20th
As far as short, sharp bursts of concentrated, visceral fun go, you don’t need to look much further than Woahnows
preview // Allusondrugs at The Portland Arms, March 17th
Allusondrugs bring their trippy injection of bulldozing riffs and hypnotic vocals to The Portland
preview // worriedaboutsatan, Kyriakides and Distant Animals
Spend Friday 13th in Cambridge's oldest building with three alternative electronic bands, video artists and theatrical storytelling interventions.
preview // Steven James Adams at The Portland Arms, March 13th
Former Cantabrigian and Broken Family Band front man returns to The Portland
preview // Nothing But Thieves at The Portland Arms, March 9th
The hotly tipped Southend outfit mix Jeff Buckely-like vocal acrobatics with intense inspired guitars.
Slate Sounds – March 2015
Our playlist for what's on this month in Cambridge
preview // Funeral For A Friend at The Portland Arms, March 8th
Reinvigorated emo veterans play Cambridge's The Portland Arms
Cambridge Gig Guide for March
Lucy Rose, Glass Animals, Man Without Country, Funeral For A Friend, Dr John and more
preview // John McCusker Michael McGoldrick and John Doyle at the J2
Acclaimed folk musicians play the J2 as part of unique tour
Sea Stacks & Vienna Ditto to play Beach Sessions, Saturday 7th February
Waterbeach's premier providers of intimate, electrifying indie present an eclectic evening of orchestral indie and sci-fi-voodoo-blues.
Cambridge Gig Guide for February
Sivu, Blossoms, Enter Shakiri and Tim Barry are just a few of February's live shows in Cambridge
Kettle’s Yard New Music series starts with Shiva Feshareki portrait concert
Shiva Feshareki's first portrait concert will be a cross-section of 10 years of her work
The Wave Pictures share new single – play Cambridge in February
Listen to new single, 'I Could Hear The Telephone (3 Floors Above Me)' out 9th February
preview // These Ghosts, Fast Infamy and Lucidalabrador (formerly I/M/M/I/G/R/A/N/T/S)
January's first SHINDIG show due to land Friday 30th, featuring support from video artist Liam Roberts & poet Erfan Daliri with Derek Yau on cello.
Kettle’s Yard announce New Music Series for 2015
Highlights include new commissions by Richard Causton, Shiva Feshareki, Kate Whitley & Malgorzata Dzierzon and Matthew Kaner.
preview // Buddy Wakefield & Hollie McNish @ Hammer & Tongue Cambridge, December 10th
Spoken word from nationally acclaimed poets & slam competition at The Fountain, Wednesday 10th.
preview // Laura Stevenson at The Portland Arms
Acclaimed indie-folk singer-songwriter to play Cambridge as part of extensive European tour.
These Ghosts Announce January UK Tour, Cambridge Date
"We make a lot of noise for three people..."
preview // Fuzzy Lights & Lost Harbours, Friday 5th December
Live film scores in St Paul's Church, Cambridge, encompassing elements of post-rock, ambient, neo-classical and alternative folk.
preview // Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry at the Cambridge Junction
Godfather of dub back at the Cambridge Junction
preview // Chris TT at The Portland Arms
"There's very little that he hasn't plied his hand to over the last decade or so"
preview // Pascuala Ilabaca at the Cambridge Junction
Influenced by pop, jazz and rock, as well as the folk traditions of her native country, Chile
Frisky & Mannish to play the Cambridge Junction
Comic duo play Cambridge on November 29th
preview // Simone Felice plays The Portland Arms
"Renowned Catskill Mountain songwriter Simone Felice returns for a string of intimate acoustic dates"
preview // Marika Hackman at The Portland Arms
A captivating vocalist and incredibly gripping songwriter, Hackman returns to The Portland Arms on November 19th
preview // Pere Ubu at the Cambridge Junction
"Led by idiosyncratic frontman David Thomas, the group’s line up has revolved constantly and endured through eras and styles"
Leeds’ much loved post-punk quartet Post War Glamour Girls play The Portland on May 16th. The band released their third album ‘Swan Songs’ back... Read More
May on the Cambridge live music scene includes some of the best emerging indie, big name folk outfits and some teenage dirtbags. Our May... Read More
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