We’re having a Cure special at our next night at The Albany on Saturday 10th March!
We’ll be playing their many hits, “Friday I’m in Love”, “The Lovecats”, “Just Like Heaven”, “Boys Don’t Cry”, “Close To Me” plus a few of the bands rarer heard songs.
We’ve got Cure superfan Colm McCrory as our guest DJ. Colm plays in the recently reunited Language of Flowers and Help Stamp Out Loneliness and is also fine DJ in his own right.
On the night we’ll be projecting the first of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colours Trilogy.
We’ll be playing indiepop, post-punk and new wave music too. Send in your Cure and non-Cure requests on the Facebook event.
Here’s my setlist from last nights Rosie Taylor Project album launch. The band were on top form, it’s always a delight to see them play in London.
You can buy their new album through Odd Box Records now –
Felt – Riding On the Equator
The Go-Betweens – Cattle and Cane
Emmy the Great – Sylvia
The Shins – Simple Song
The Horrors – Still Life
Primal Scream – May the Sun Shine Bright For You
Voxtrot – Berlin, Without Return
Baxter Dury – Claire
The History of Apple Pie – Mallory
Soda Shop – Longing
Being There – Tomorrow
Gold-Bears – All Those Years
David Bowie – Breaking Glass
Shrag – Forty Five 45s
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – Say No to Love
Bye Bye Bicycle – Haby Bay
The Magnetic Fields – Andrew in Drag
Juniper Moon – El resto de mi vida
Morrissey – Lucky Lisp
Island Twins – Lying in State
Wire – Eardrum Buzz
Tiny Fireflies – Change
Red Shoe Diaries – Ice & Snow
Sea Lions – Grown Up
Shark Teeth – Alone By the Waltzers
Lockets – Camera Shy
The Hidden Cameras – Breathe on It
Jens Lekman – New Directions
Fever Dream – This Waste
We’ll be DJing at The Rosie Taylor Project album launch for Twin Beds on Tuesday 24th January.
It’s happening at The Lexington and some tickets will be available on the door for £6.
Support comes from the fantastically named Woman’s Hour and Owl + Mouse.
Sad news, Tracyanne Campbell can no longer DJ for us in Glasgow on Friday 24th February so we’re having to cancel the night.
This is a real shame since I was looking forward to taking the club to the city for the first time. I’m hoping to take Scared To Dance to Glasgow in the future so watch this space.
That means our night with Allo Darlin’ at The Albany on Saturday is our only one in February so come down and hit the dancefloor in style!
Their new single “Capricornia” has been on heavy rotation at the club of late so come down and check out which songs Elizabeth has been listening to for the inspiration behind their forthcoming album Europe.
There’s a little bit of history between the club and Allo Darlin’. I took the band over to Norway last year for a couple of gigs in Oslo and Bergen so it’s great to get her behind the decks as often as we can.
The last four nights have sold out so the best advice is to come before 11pm or you may get stuck in the queue outside where we operate a one in, one out system.
What would you like to hear on the night? You can post your requests on Facebook. Hopefully see you on Saturday!
The latest in our monthly podcasts is now out. It features an hour of new releases from The Magnetic Fields, with their fantastic new single “Andrew in Drag”, Fortuna Pop! favourites Allo Darlin’, Evans the Death and Shrag, plus eagerly awaited new material from Withered Hand, First Aid Kit and The Rosie Taylor Project.
The podcast has an exclusive track from the forthcoming Wave Pictures album titled Long Black Cars. There’s also a welcome return for The Shins, Wild Nothing and of Montreal. It’s been too long.
You can listen to it for free on Mixcloud. Whilst you’re there, you can browse our previous four podcasts at absolutely no cost.
On Saturday 11th February we have Elizabeth Morris from Allo Darlin‘ guest DJing us at the club!
Elizabeth has always been one of our favourite guest DJs to have at the club as she has a wonderful knack of creating a joyous atmosphere when she DJs. You can listen to her previous DJ sets on Spotify.