DAVID ANGOL QUARTET AT THE VERDICT: 2000
If you watched season 2 and 3 of Peaky Blinders, you’ll know the talented David Angol. Tonight the multi-instrumentalist and bandleader is joined by Milo Fell, Simon Thorpe and Terry Seabrook for his debut at Kemptown’s iconic Verdict club. For venue, click here.
Tickets: £10 /£5
THE GRAND NOWHERE AT THE LATEST MUSIC BAR: 1930
The Grand Nowhere are a Brighton-based Alt Rock band formed as a two piece six years ago and now up to four. This weekend, though, they are splitting up and getting their sendoff at the Latest with support from Koala Club, The Dirty Cassettes and Raffles. For venue, click here.
AND YOU WILL KNOW US BY THE TRAIL OF DEAD AT PATTERNS: 1800
And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead hail from Austin Texas and were first formed 26 years ago. They’re described by Patterns as ‘an unlikely but powerful combination of punk fury and prog-rock ambition.’ To judge for yourself, click here. For venue, click here.
VEMBO – THE VOICE OF GREECE AT THE LATEST BAR: 1800
The voice in question for this gig belongs to Katerina Clambaneva — and she is joined by three fellow UK-based greek musicians on double bass, bouzouki, cello and guitar. However The Voice they refer to is one more legendary: Sofia Vembo was an iconic Greek singer and actress from the 1920s to the 1950s whose rendition of patriotic songs during the Greco-Italian war earned her the title, Songstress of Victory. Tonight’s performance ‘will attempt to encapsulate a power house of a personality through song.’ For venue, click here.
LIVE SUNDAY JAZZ AT THE HAND IN HAND: 2000-2300
How is it possible to fit so much entertainment into such a tiny, cosy space? The Hand in Hand team explains that the line-up for their weekly Sunday jazz sessions can change right up till the last minute – but neither that, nor much else, really, is a problem at this relaxed pub which specialises in unusual and specialist beers. For venue details, click here.