Gig Guide Friday 14th – Friday 21st October
October 14, 2011 1 Comment
After what seems like an eternity away, Stoke Gigs is back, and we’re going to be very busy! We’re doing a bit of a overhaul on our content pages and want to feature even more music and news. If you want to get in touch click here, but if you just want to see what’s coming up this week in music then read on.
This evening Dead Radio Society play The Rigger in Newcastle to promote the release of their new Plan Z ep. The gig is free entry with live music all night, finished off by the Plan Z stage show. Support comes from John Macleod, music starts at 7:30pm.
Elsewhere the elegant acoustic act, Sheena Bratt takes to the stage at The Full Moon in Newcastle. Support comes from Josh Barlow, Robert Mazaheri and Jordan Bates. Tickets are £3 on the door from 7:30pm.
The Sugarmill welcomes Pop Will Eat Itself from 7:30pm. The band reformed earlier this year with a new line-up that includes original band member Graham Crabb and co-vocalist Mary Byker. Tickets are £17.80 from Music Mania on 01782 206000.
Elsewhere a new, young, indie and rock covers band, Easy Tiger, play The Full Moon in Newcastle, followed by DJ Dave Heathen’s usual indie anthems until 2am. Entry is free before 10pm and £2 thereafter.
NME’s new music showcase sees the very best in new and innovative talent play The Sugarmill on Sunday. Representing the hottest music right now, this year’s headliner is enigmatic artist Wolf Gang, with post-punk/art rock group S.C.U.M. second on the bill. Completing the line up are Australian duo DZ Deathrays. Tickets are £10.05 from Music Mania and doors open at 7pm.
Riotous indie rockers Blitz Kids were due to play their gig at The Underground on Sunday, however, due to unforseen circumstances the event has been rescheduled to Friday 9th December. Original tickets will remain valid, however, should you require a refund contact your point of purchase.
Suffolk born singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran, comes to the city on Tuesday. Originally due to play The Sugarmill, the gig has been moved to Keele University’s KUSU due to such a large demand for tickets. The gig has now sold out and doors open at 7:30pm. Original tickets remain valid for the new venue.
The Twang are playing The Sugarmill on Friday, to celebrate the completion of their third album, which is due to be released in January 2012. Tickets had sold out for this event, however, Music Mania have re-released a very limited amount for £13.80 on 01782 206000.