We’re back at The Victoria on Friday 2nd June and it’s our annual Joy Division & New Order Special!

You can click going on the Facebook event before doors open to get on our £4 cheaplist.

Our guests DJ is Bob Brown from Shrag. He has DJed for us on many occasions and he’s a huge fan of both bands. You can check out his past playlist on Spotify. He’ll be DJing between 11pm and 12:30am so except the best from Unknown Pleasures, Closer, Power, Corruption & Lies, Low-Life, Technique and more. If you have any song requests you can post them on the event wall!

We’ll be playing Joy Division & New Order alongside our usual mix of indiepop, post-punk, new wave and sixties music.

Age of Consent . Atmosphere . Atrocity Exhibition . Bizarre Love Triangle . Blue Monday . Broken Promise . Ceremony . Chosen Time . Colony . Confusion . Crystal . Dead Souls . Digital . Disorder . Ecstasy . Everything’s Gone Green . Fine Time . Heart and Soul . Incubation . Insight . Interzone . Isolation . Krafty . Love Vigilantes . Love Will Tear Us Apart . Novelty . People on the High Line . The Perfect Kiss . Procession . Regret . Restless . Round & Round . Shadowplay . She’s Lost Control . Shellshock . Singularity . 60 Miles an Hour . Spooky . State of the Nation . Sub-culture . Temptation . These Days . Touched By the Hand of God . Transmission . True Faith . Tutti Frutti . Warsaw . Way of Life . World (The Price of Love) . Your Silent Face

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.


Our monthly new music mix is back as we handpick the best songs for our podcast.

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart return with the excellent “Anymore” taken from their forthcoming The Echo of Pleasure album.

Sweet Baboo have a new track out “Pink Rainbow” from Wild Imagination which is out this week and LCD Soundsystem are back with “Call the Police”.

Sparks return to form with ”What the Hell Is It This Time?” and Jarvis Cocker features on the brilliant “Century” by Feist.

We have a preview of the upcoming LP from The National with “The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness” alongside new material from The Drums and Girl Ray.

Courtney Barnett releases a one-off track and we have the latest from Tree Trunks, The Luxembourg Signal, Sad Heaven and Deerful.

Also on the podcast there’s Matthew Edwards & The Unfortunates, Fleet Foxes, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, BMX Bandits, Scrabbel, Sheer Mag and Young Guv.

You can subscribe to our Mixcloud page for all of our monthly podcasts.


We return on Saturday 20th May at The Shacklewell Arms in Dalston!

You can click going on the Facebook event before doors open to get on our £4 cheaplist.

Our guest DJs are Duncan Barrett and Paul Rains from the fantastic Tigercats! They’re getting ready to release their third album and have DJed for us on numerous occasions in the past. Expect to hear the likes of Lou Reed, Talking Heads, Standard Fare, Hefner, David Bowie, Yo La Tengo, Sonic Youth, Pavement and The Specials from them. You can listen to their past playlist on Spotify. If you have any song requests you can post them in the event.

We’ll be playing our mix of indiepop, post-punk, new wave and sixties music.

Allo Darlin’ . Alvvays . The Beach Boys . The Beatles . Belle and Sebastian . Best Coast . Blondie . David Bowie . Camera Obscura . The Clash . The Cure . Depeche Mode . Dexys Midnight Runners . The Fall . Gang of Four . Hefner . The Jam . The Jesus and Mary Chain . Joy Division . The Kinks . Cate Le Bon . Jens Lekman . Los Campesinos! . The Magnetic Fields . Manic Street Preachers . McCarthy . New Order . Orange Juice . The Pains of Being Pure at Heart . The Pastels . Pixies . Pulp . Ramones . The Shins . The Shop Assistants . Shrag . Simon & Garfunkel . The Slits . Slow Club . The Smiths . Standard Fare . Sweet Baboo . Talking Heads . Talulah Gosh . Tigercats . The Vaselines . The Velvet Underground . Veronica Falls . The Wave Pictures . Wire

Our past few club nights have sold out. To guarantee entry you can buy tickets for £6 from WeGotTickets.