To mark the 20th anniversary of The Holy Bible we’ll be playing the classic Manic Street Preachers album throughout the night on Saturday 13th December at the Moustache Bar!

Our guest DJ is Bobby Foster from London’s premier Britpop night Nuisance. Bobby DJed at the club earlier this year and always gets the dancefloor bouncing. We’d like to hear your song requests so send them in!

We’ll be playing our usual mix of indiepop, post-punk, new wave and sixties music alongside the seminal LP. Plus we’ll be projecting The Holy Bible 10th Anniversary DVD throughout the evening.

You can get in for the members price of £4 by joining the Facebook event or emailing us in advance. Alternatively you can buy tickets for £6 in advance from WeGotTickets.

The band recently played songs and discussed the album on Radio 4’s Mastertapes show which you can listen to on the BBC site.


Comedian Josie Long returns to guest DJ at the club on Saturday 29th November at the Moustache Bar!

It’s always a joy to welcome her back so make sure you don’t miss this one. To get in on our cheaplist simply join the Facebook event in advance of the night.

Josie has DJed for us on three occasions before including on International Women’s Day earlier this year. Her past guest sets have included the likes of Belle and Sebastian, Paul Simon, Slow Club, Billy Bragg, The Smiths, Pulp, The Cure, X-Ray Spex, Neutral Milk Hotel, Standard Fare and Le Tigre. You can listen to one of her DJ sets on our Spotify page.

She has compiled a mix CD called Music For the Morning After a Big Dance which will be given out for free to the first 25 people through the door!

We will also be projecting Monty Python and the Holy Grail which Josie has chosen specifically for the night.

You can either join the event to get in on our £4 cheaplist or you can buy tickets in advance for £6 to guarantee getting in from WeGotTickets.


A superb show from Allo Darlin’ at the Scala last night. It was wonderful to hear the songs from the new album live and how about that finale! It was brilliant to see Tigercats and Making Marks too.

You can see which records we played at the gig below.

The Horrors – “Chasing Shadows”
The Luxembourg Signal – “Distant Drive”
Interpol – “All the Rage Back Home”
Manic Street Preachers – “The Next Jet to Leave Moscow”
Night Flowers – “Embers”
Evans the Death – “Don’t Laugh at My Angry Face”

Slow Club – “The Pieces”
Baxter Dury – “Palm Trees”
Teleman – “Skeleton Dance”
Gruff Rhys – “American Interior”
Nina Persson – “Animal Heart”
Johnny Marr – “Easy Money”
Los Campesinos! – “Little Mouth”
The Wave Pictures – “Pea Green Coat”
The Tuts – “Worry Warrior”

Alvvays – “Next of Kin”
Let’s Wrestle – “I Don’t Want to Know Your Name”
The Clientele – “The Summer Trail”
Belle and Sebastian – “The Party Line”
Morrissey – “Kiss Me a Lot”
The Understudies – “Everyone Deserves At Least One Summer of Love”
LUST – “Looking Glass”

The Vaselines – “One Lost Year”
Withered Hand – “Horseshoe”


We’ll be DJing at the Allo Darlin’ gig at the Scala on Monday 24th November. They’ll be playing songs from their new album We Come Fom the Same Place.

Allo Darlin’ were formed after Australian Elizabeth Morris arrived in London and bought a ukulele from the Duke of Uke shop in Shoreditch. She began writing music and was soon joined by fellow Australian Bill Botting (bass), Paul Rains (guitar), and Michael Collins (drums).  Their debut album attracted many plaudits including being named No. 2 record of the year by online retailer eMusic, and a glowing 1,200 word essay by Robert Forster of The Go-Betweens in the Australian critical magazine, The Monthly.

Their second album Europe scored 8.1 on Pitchfork, was made USA Today’s Album Of The Week, and garnered praise from Uncut, Q, NME, The Quietus and The Guardian. It was also named Rough Trade Shop’s Album Of The Month, where it went on to become the biggest selling album of the year. The band have been playlisted at BBC 6Music and have recorded sessions for Lauren Laverne, Marc Riley and John Kennedy (XFM), as well being Steve Lamacq’s personal pick for BBC Introducing. Their releases to date, along with their joyous and effervescent live shows, have seen them build an intensely loyal and ever-increasing fanbase.

Support comes from Fortuna POP! labelmates Tigercats and Norwegian band Making Marks. Tickets can be bought from Ticketweb.


It’s our November podcast featuring completely new music from the past month.

Belle and Sebastian are back with “The Party Line” from their forthcoming LP Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance and we’ve got an exclusive track from The Wave Pictures.

Baxter Dury has put out another superb single with “Palm Trees” and Sleater-Kinney have released their first new material in nine years with “Bury Our Friends”.

Joanna Gruesome, Wild Balbina and Evans the Death all have new tracks and there’s a flexi disc from Need We Say More? (No) featuring ex-members of Shrag.

Ghost Of Jack Nance, Ariel Pink, David Bowie, Rotifer and our favourites Sweet Baboo all feature too.

We then take a sideways turn into experimental electronic music from Neleonard, NZCA Lines, Guards! Guards!, Lia Pamina, Lightning In a Twilight Hour, The Knife and Scott Walker + Sunn O))).

You can subscribe to our Mixcloud page to be the first to hear about our monthly podcasts.