We’ll be playing records on Sunday 30th March at The Understudies album launch of Let Desire Guide Your Hand at The Lexington.

Support comes from album embellishers A Little Orchestra, who will also join for The Understudies set, and Enderby’s Room.

The launch will follow on from The Hangover Lounge so doors will be early from 6pm and it should be finished by around 9.30pm.

Tickets are available for £4 on door or from WeGotTickets with the added option to pre-order the album and collect on the night.


We’re back at the Moustache Bar on Saturday 29th March playing the best in indiepop, post-punk, new wave, sixties, C86 and lo-fi music!

You can get yourself on our £4 cheaplist by clicking attending on the Facebook event.

Making his DJing debut at the club is Moshi Moshi Records co-founder Michael McClatchey. Since 1998 the label has put out records by loads of our favourite bands like The Wave Pictures, Sweet Baboo, Slow Club, The Drums, Still Flyin’, Architecture in Helsinki, Summer Camp, Fanfarlo and Au Revoir Simone. He’ll be DJing from 11pm so get down early.

You can get into the club on our cheaplist by either joining the above event or by emailing us in advance and we’ll give you a free membership card on the door. The standard price is £6.


It’s our March podcast and once more we bring you totally new music.

We start off with the new single from The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, taken from their forthcoming album Days of Abandon. We then have an exclusive song from Comet Gain and the latest from one of our favourite bands Slow Club.

New York’s Island Twins give us a blast from their second LP Spanish Blood and there’s a previously unheard track from Freschard & The Wave Pictures.

Ramesh, formerly of the excellent Voxtrot, comes in with “1111” and we have a new song from Night Flowers who’s EP launch we’ll be DJing at next month. We also bring you Moshi Moshi Records’ Babe, Norway’s Making Marks and Finland’s Black Twig.

We serve you up a slice of pop punk from Martha which is taken from their upcoming debut album and Joanna Gruesome side-project Grubs.

There’s also the new tracks from Terry Malts, The Hundredth Anniversary, The Soft Close-Ups, Heroes of the Mexican Independence Movement, Tony Molina, The New Tigers, Mariam the Believer and Steiner.

Whilst you’re listening to the podcast be sure to subscribe to our Mixcloud page for all of our monthly releases.


It’s International Women’s Day on Saturday 8th March and to help us celebrate we’ve got a very special guest DJ. You can get yourself on our £4 cheaplist by clicking attending on the Facebook event.

The superb Josie Long will be guest DJing for us! Without doubt one of the best comedians around, Josie has DJed at the club at couple of times before playing brilliant stuff by X-Ray Spex, Billy Bragg, Los Campesinos!, Summer Camp, Le Tigre, Beirut, Fire Engines, Blondie, Teenage Fanclub and Neutral Milk Hotel. You can check out her last DJ set on Spotify.

You can get into the club for the discounted price of £4 by either joining the above event or by emailing us in advance. Alternatively you can guarantee entry by buying a ticket in advance for the standard entry price of £6 from WeGotTickets.

Doors open at 10pm to 3am at the Moustache Bar in Hackney. Requests are very welcome so send them in.