Welcome to our April podcast. 21 tracks and it’s all new music.
Kicking things off is the new single from the brilliant Future Islands.
We have the latest track from Teleman and some wonderful synthpop from The Luxembourg Signal. That’s followed by an exclusive song from Flowers taken from their upcoming debut LP.
We dip into some folk with The Pictish Trail and First Aid Kit plus the latest from Gruff Rhys. There’s indiepop from The Proper Ornaments, Architecture In Helsinki and The Very Most and then some noisier stuff from Tyrannosaurus Dead, Tunabunny, The Wendy Darlings, T.O.Y.S and The Mor Paranoids. Their album is out on WIAIWYA on Record Store Day.
Papernut Cambridge return with another fantastic song and look out for new tracks from Trick Mammoth, Picturebox and Mac DeMarco. We then ease you out with The Marbles Jackson and the sublime Prince of Assyria.
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The club is back on Saturday 26th April playing the best in indiepop, post-punk, new wave, sixties, C86 and lo-fi music!
You can get into the club for the discounted price of £4 by clicking join on the Facebook event in advance of the night.
We’re thrilled to welcome Jeremy Warmsley from Summer Camp for his first DJ set at the club! In the bands own words “We love Motown and the Beach Boys, and 80s pop like Cocteau Twins, Altered Images, Talking Heads and XTC. Stiff Records is a big influence – Wreckless Eric, Jona Lewie, Ian Dury and Devo”.
If you have any song requests for the night then feel free to post them on the event wall. Doors at the Moustache Bar in Dalston open at 10pm through to 3am.
You can become a member at the club by either joining the event or by emailing us. We’ll make you a membership card and you’ll get in on our £4 cheaplist plus you can get cards for your friends. The non-members entry fee is £6.
Our guest DJ is Owen Williams from Joanna Gruesome. Making pretty much everyone’s end of year lists, the bands debut album Weird Sister got rave reviews from Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, The Quietus, Louder Than War and Drowned in Sound. This is his first DJ set at the club and he will be playing records from 11pm.
You can become a member at the club for free by emailing us in advance. That will get you in for the discounted price and we’ll also make you a membership card. The non-members entry fee is £6 with doors opening at 10pm through to 3am.
You can see what we played at the gig below.
Ramesh – “1111”
Grubs – “Dec 15th”
Wire – “Lowdown”
The Specific Heats – “I Just Go to Sleep”
The Hidden Cameras – “Skin & Leather”
Being There – “Silent Runners”
Pixies – “Indie Cindy”
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart – “Simple and Sure”
The Tuts – “I Call You Up”
Island Twins – “Over You”
The Manhattan Love Suicides – “(Never Stop) Hating You”
The Clash – “Pressure Drop”
Let’s Wrestle – “Rain Ruins Revolution”
Moustache of Insanity – “Dancing With Emma”
The Fall – “Eat Y’self Fitter”
Gang of Four – “Not Great Men”
Pavement – “Gold Soundz”
Crystal Stilts – “Departure”
Manic Street Preachers – “Marlon J.D.”
Shrag – “Lost Dog”
Les Savy Fav – “The Equestrian”
Roxy Music – “Editions of You”
New Order – “Bizarre Love Triangle”
It’s the bands debut release and support on the night comes from Fever Dream. It’s free to get in so get down early to guarantee entry. Doors open at 8pm.
Check out the bands fantastic new video for “Bound” on Vimeo. It’s taken from the four track EP released on Dirty Bingo Records.
It was a pleasure to play records at The Understudies album launch for Let Desire Guide Your Hand at The Lexington last night. The album is out now on vinyl on the Berlin-based Firestation Records so make sure you get a copy before it sells out.
These are the records that we played at the show.
The Darlings – “Emily”
Lambchop – “Grumpus”
Owen Pallett – “Lewis Takes Off His Shirt”
Night Flowers – “Bound”
Delay Trees – “Fireworks”
Ballboy – “A Europewide Search For Love”
Orange Juice – “L.O.V.E. Love”
Darren Hayman & Emma Kupa – “Boy, Look at What You Can’t Have Now”
Sweet Baboo – “The Sea Life Is the Life for Me (Mermaid Cutie)”
Cate Le Bon – “I Can’t Help You”
Veronica Falls – “If You Still Want Me”
Withered Hand – “King of Hollywood”
Morrissey – “Glamorous Glue”
Julian Cope – “Robert Mitchum”
Lloyd Cole and the Commotions – “Four Flights Up”
The Housemartins – “Get Up Off Your Knees”
Richard Hawley – “Just Like the Rain”