WEDNESDAY 20/3

INDIE

GIANT PEACH, KLAE AND ASKER’S DODGE AT THE LATEST MUSIC BAR: 1930

Three bands, Wednesday night – all for £4 – what’s not to like? Giant Peach are a four-piece indie band from Brighton who describe their sound as merging ‘psychedelic grooves over canorous melodies and tightly packed harmonies, creating an indie-pop blend of fuzz-driven guitars and levitating 80s synths.’ Klae are also from Brighton – and Askers Dodge is based in Berlin. Click here for venue.

Tickets: £4

IRISH/FOLK

IRISH FOLK AT THE MUCKY DUCK: 2100

An evening of live Irish folk, hosted by the fabulously-named Chicken Shed Zeplin. Musicians are welcome to come along and join in — and everyone is welcome to listen. For venue details, click here.

Entry: free

 

THURSDAY 21/3

POP / SOUL

RONNIE AT THE LATEST BAR: 2000

Brit School alumnus Ronnie is now based in Brighton and performs ‘melismatic melodies with dreamy chords progressions to tell stories of love and personal growth. To hear what that sounds like, click here. Tonight she’s joined by three-part harmony band Sugar Town and indie rocker Ryan Weeks. Click here for venue.

Tickets: £2.50

INDIE

SPORTS TEAM AT PATTERNS: 1900

Cambridge university graduates Sports Team are on tour, performing songs with ‘layers of irony and bountiful helpings of dark humour.’  For venue details, click here. 

REGGAE

ALBOROSIE AT CONCORDE 2: 1930

Italian Alberto d’Ascola (pictured above) hails from Sicily and is the first Italian reggae artist to achieve international recognition. He moved to Jamaica 18 years ago and has dual citizenship of both Italy and Jamaica. To hear his sound, click here. For venue details, click here.

Tickets: £22

JAZZ

JORGE’S HOT CLUB AT THE MUCKY DUCK:2100

Gypsy jazz, klezmer, swing – this band has it all. To get an idea of their sound, click here. They are back at the Mucky Duck tonight. For venue details, click here