Burn The Jukebox host their first little night of the year, and it’ll be a cracker!
Fantastic, haunting shoegaze-cum-crooners, offering the perfect soundtrack to lighten the January gloom
Tight-as East London post-punk riot gang
Fluid, thoughtful atmospheric loops and grooves
@ The Sebright Arms, E2 (tube: Bethnal Green / Cambridge Heath BR)
Wednesday 29th January – 8pm start
With usual BTJ DJs, cakes and fun!
Join Burn the Jukebox for a festive bonanza at the Sebright Arms in Hackney!
We are very excited to present:
Full-on Americana/beards assault from London, with a new album out
Tiger & Panda & Goat
Wondrous folk-inspired songs from DIY label Polite Records
Heartwarming slowcore alt-folk
+mince pies, BTJ DJs, dancing and Christmas Burgers upstairs in the pub!
£3 o.t.d, doors at 7.30pm
Nearest tube is Bethnal Green/Cambridge Heath, or buses going up Hackney Road
RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/639168722791505/?fref=ts
We are proud to announce the next BTJ gig, on Saturday 2nd March, back at The Sebright! There’ll be another cracking, diverse line-up, including:
Notts-based ex-Lords legends playing fuzz-rock screamers
Cambridge’s premier heavy riff duo
London-based electronic post-rock-pop
+ BTJ DJs + (as usual) CAKES (and obvious puns)
@ THE SEBRIGHT ARMS, just off Hackney Road, E2 9AG (google maps link)
2ND MARCH, 8PM DOORS
Closest tube: Bethnal Green
Closest BR: Cambridge Heath/Bethnal Green
Closest bus: 55, and any bus along the Hackney Road
RSVP: email@example.com, on our twitter (@burnthejukebox) or on facebook here
P.S. News about our forthcoming gig will also be posted here and on facebook soon! Save the date for the 30th March 🙂
In a bid to start posting more about stuff we’ve heard, seen and done, here is Uther Moads‘ new video for his song ‘Breakdown’.
When he played at out last gig, I remember thinking, as I was a little drunk, that he sounds like the different voices in my head I have according to what mood I’m in.
This is probably not Saturday morning/afternoon lounging music.
Angrily danceable (I’m not very good at describing what music’s like) melancholic electronica, from his upcoming EP, Spirit Physics, released in a few weeks on Dramatic Records.
Burn the Jukebox and oblong magazine are proud to launch the first issue of oblong magazine at the Sebright Arms in Bethnal Green on Saturday 1st September!
Featuring short story readings, Djs, dancing, cake and hosting music from
LA LA VASQUEZ
Bracing 3-piece pop from London
Massive riffs-out indie rock from London
Hazy wave from Winchester
and the return of
ALNEGATOR (VERY MUCH TBC)
Jerky rock from all over/ex-York
@ Sebright Arms (just off Hackney Road, nearest tube Bethnal Green. They also have the best burgers ever so consider popping over early for tea! Here is the address)
£4 OTD £3 flyer/guestlist
We very much hope to see you there!
In other news, exciting times are afoot at BTJ, following a six month hiatus we are getting all the acts together to organise gigs and events for later in the year with another Halloween gig planned at the Sebright in October!