THE BEST LIVE MUSIC FOR THE MONTH AHEAD
Norwich is marching into March with all gig guns blazing. Tere’s everything from pop to metal via punk and folk so if you don’t head out to soak up some superb live music in our fine city this month there’s something srlsy wrong with you and you are no longer my friend. Here’s the thang.
Radio 6 Music faves Telegramare at the Waterfront Studioon the 1st of the month, hard on the heels of their session with Marc Riley.
On the 2nd,head to Open’s stunning Banking Hall for some hardcore metal action courtesy of the legendary Machine Head. Bound to sell out, this one.
Get to Open’s club room on the 3rdto enjoy the second Te Cut, from BBC Introducing and us! Tis time feat four more ace local acts Chalky Seas, Mila Fallsand British Rejects.
Te 4thsees up and coming, rough around the edges Leeds outfit Eagulls play Norwich Arts Centre– see them before they become HUGE.
Check out the delightful Foxesat the Waterfronton the 5th. she’ll be playing some poptastic tunes from her brand new album.
It’s the grand final of Future Radio’s Next Big Tingon the 5th atOpen,so get down there if you want to see some of the best of Norfolk and Suffolk’s acts destined for stardom.
If you love Te Ramons, and
who doesn’t, give Te Ramonas a go; this all girl tribute band will be at Te Owl Sanctuaryon the 6th playing all the best Ramoney songs. Hey ho! Let’s go!
Tere’s classic punk action on the 9th from the ageing- but-still-got-it Stiff Little Fingersat the Waterfront.
Ian Astbury and Te Cult are at the LCRon the 10th, playing everything from She Sells Sanctuaryto tracks from their new LP.
Psychedelic prog group Pursonare at the Waterfront Studioon the 11th. If you know what’s good for you, you’ll be there next to me.
On the same night, Manchester’s finestPeter Hookand the Light will be playing downstairs at the Waterfront.Good old Hooky.
Or, again, on the 11th,you can catch the mighty Wolf Aliceat the LCR.Te crowd are gonna go INSANE for this one. Much excitement. Much glitter.
Local punkers Ducking Punches will be launching their new album at Norwich Arts Centreon the 11th.Be
there to enjoy a massive sing-a-long and some happy vibes.
Grime and hip hop genius Kanohits the Waterfronton the 17th along with some support from some MC’s just coming up. His new album’s just about to drop and he’ll be playing some old faves too.
If traditional folk is more your thang, head toTe Bicycle Shopon the 15th to see Alasdair Robertsmake it his own.
Te Plasterer’shave got a host of excellent Norwich acts on the 15th including Milly Hirst,picked to play at Glastonbury last year, alongside Emma Flemming and Joe Quinn.
Discover a great line up of locals on the17th atTe Birdcage, namely Andrew Taylor, Peter Bye, Birds of Helland Phoebe Robinson.
Let’s buy our return journey to Openon the 18th from Zion Train,who’ll be laying down the beats and doing some rewinds and that. Brilliant stuff.
Head to Te Owl Sanctuary also on the 18th to catch Brooklyn punky singer songwriter Jeff Rosenstock.
Martin Carthy, total folk legend, will be at Te Bicycle Shopon the 20th. Don’t miss this one.
Also on the 20that Gonzo’s are rad local acts Robyn Astrid, James Struttand Dazy Crown.
Get your head banging on
the 20th along with Trivium who play the LCR. Wear black, your biggest boots and a smile.
Te 21st sees the marv Te Duke Spirit play Norwich Arts Centre.Lovely shoegaze mixed with raucous guitars and great vocals = an excellent night.
On the 23rdand 24th March, Echo and the Bunnymen’s lead gentlemanIan McCulloch will be playing at Norwich Arts Centre.
Check out R1 Extra playlisted Cabrakid& friends on the 26that the Waterfront Studio.
Soak up some sweet local action also on the 26th at Norwich Arts Centrewhere Te Tinking Menwill launch their EP; also the excellent Vagaband will be playing.
Te drum n bass massive will be in the house on the 30th when Sigmaplay the LCR. It’s gonna go off. Fo shiz.
Finally, head toTe Birdcageon the 31st for another sexy foursome of local goodies,Falling From Trees, Maya Law, Grifter Kid and the Midnight Raiders and Max Keegan,or get to Te Owl Sanctuaryon the same night to see amaze Norwich surf rockers CLAWSfor absolutely nought!
See you on the other side, motherlovers.
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