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Tuesday, May 24th, 2011
6:44 pm
[stormsandcalm]


Tuesday 2nd August 2011

LEMURIA (Buffalo, New York)
Power pop post-punk indie rock trio from New York State make
a long-awaited return to European shores fresh on the heels of
their second LP, Pebble. Subtle and hypnotic, catchy and
rocking - pop sensibilities and all out sing your heart out
awesomeness rolled into one. Records released on Art Of The
Underground, Asian Man Records and more recently Bridge 9.
http://www.lemuriapop.com/
http://www.myspace.com/lemuria
http://www.bridge9.com/lemuria


CHEAP GIRLS (Lansing, Michigan)
Taking the baton that 90s heroes such as the Smoking Popes and
the Lemonheads tore into our hearts with, and positively freakin'
running with it, Cheap Girls also make a warmwelcomed return to
Manchester.
http://www.myspace.com/cheapgirls
http://www.paperandplastick.com/artistdetail.php?id=13


CRASH OF RHINOS (Derby)
Former key components of the consistently amazing The Little Explorer
and The Jesus Years make even more incredible and mesmerising noise.
Bordering on beyond words, dual guitars, dual bass and group harmonies
make for the most fantastic of experiences. Like every band you've ever
loved but you'd be wrong to compare them to. Unmissable.
http://soundcloud.com/crash-of-rhinos/sets/distal-trx/

at the Star & Garter
Fairfield Street (behind Picc. Station)
Manchester, United Kingdom

£6adv
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/119771

Please turn up on time/early to avoid disappointment at either missing
Crash of Rhinos, or the eventuality that this may get very, very busy.
Buying tickets is advised, they're almost half gone already.


8pm Doors
8.20pm Crash of Rhinos
9.05pm Cheap Girls
10pm Lemuria
11pm Curfew
(all times are strict, turn up on time!)

Please invite/tell your friends/spread the word!
https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=157212607666789

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/119771
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/119771
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/119771
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/119771
Thursday, December 17th, 2009
3:08 pm
[stormsandcalm]
SUPER FUN CHRISTMAS PARTY INDIE/POP/PUNK GIG IN MANCHESTER!


REAL COLLECTIVE CHRISTMAS PARTY!

Monday 21st December 2009

HOT CLUB DE PARIS (Liverpool, UK)
From the bone-shivering days of gigs in the Phoenix, these three Liverpudlian boys have captivated with their lovable Kinsella-fueled jangly triple harmonies and irresistably catchy pop songs. Now signed to Moshi Moshi Records and with album number 3 on the way, they return to play one of the smallest venues they'll have played in quite some time. Bring. The. Party!
http://www.myspace.com/hotclubdeparis


THE GATEWAY DISTRICT
(Minneapolis, USA)
Former and current members of Soviettes, Off With Their Heads, Salteens, Banner Pilot and Dear Landlord to name but a few. Quality you'd expect from such an all-star team, but imagine rather than a poor imitation of their other bands, the perfect blend of every influence forged into one seamless, rocking amalgamation of country punk, melodic pop and punk rock.
http://www.myspace.com/thegatewaydistrict

TOWN BIKE
(Liverpool, UK)
Josie and the Pussycats incarnate! Super twee and sweet pop like Unlovables, the Donnas or maybe even Bis. Currently rocking their new and debut record 'Go Fight Win!', this is pretty much going to be the best party ever.
http://www.myspace.com/townbike


GET SERIOUS
(Manchester, UK) Reppin' the Real Collective at their Christmas Party. Party punk like Descendents, Mika Miko and/or X-Ray Spex and the Ting Tings. Whatever. Fun times presented in an easy to follow and shuffle format. Former members of The Cost Of Living, Postcards From Wakanda and Hammers.
http://www.myspace.com/gettingprettyserious

at Retro Bar,
78 Sackville St
Manchester
7pm / £5 please

7pm doors 8pm-8.25
GET SERIOUS 8.40-9.05
TOWN BIKE 9.20-10pm
GATEWAY DISTRICT 10.15+
HOT CLUB DE PARIS 11pm booooooze/go home.

http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
http://www.tinyurl.com/realcollectivefacebook
Tuesday, December 1st, 2009
9:39 pm
[stormsandcalm]


The Real Collective presents;

EARLY DAY MINERS (Bloomington, USA)
Dreamy lullabies bridging the gap between luscious 90's indie rock
(think the quieter moments of Elliot, SDRE..) and the haunting sadness
of slower, more contemplative folk/indie (think Low, Ida, Nick Cave..)
Finally on their first ever tour of the United Kingdom, for the release of
their SEVENTH studio album, 'The Treatment', they visit Manchester as
their only North/Midlands show of a short, selective tour. Records released
on Secretly Canadian records (Damien Jurado, Antony and the Johnsons, Dirty
Projectors etc) and sure to be a delight.
http://www.myspace.com/earlydayminersband

EMPHEMETRY (Derby)
Biff from The Little Explorer and Crash Of Rhinos plays the most beautiful and gently
hushed songs. It's been four years since he's last played in Manchester (at the Phoenix
with Molia Falls, no less) and here he'll be again. Listen to songs at;
http://www.myspace.com/timetravelopps

ABOVE THEM (Pontefract)
Beautiful and incredibly anthemic indie rock from t'other side of the Pennines. Full on
what the hell amazing. New record 'Blueprint For a Better Time' out now on LP at this gig!
http://www.myspace.com/abovethem

THE FTSE 100 (Manchester)
Financial funk from former and current members of Burnst, Germany and the Freezing
Fog. Full on awesome and genuinely jaw-droppingly great instrumental rock akin to lazy
descriptions like Don Caballero and Faraquet.
http://www.myspace.com/financialfunk



at Retro Bar
78 Sackville Street
Manchester

Doors at 7.30pm
8pm THE FTSE 100
8.45pm ABOVE THEM
9.30pm EMPHEMETRY
10.15pm EARLY DAY MINERS
Curfew 11pm

£6 please.


http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
http://www.tinyurl.com/realcollectivefacebook

Facebook event for this gig;
http://www.facebook.com/#/event.php?eid=152303281679&index=1

Thanks!
Saturday, September 26th, 2009
8:54 pm
[stormsandcalm]
DIY PUNK/INDIE/HARDCORE GIGS IN MANCHESTER, UK!

The Real Collective is Ruth and Daniel, and has been doing gigs/shows
or over five years in Manchester (formerly manchestershows.cjb.net)
We have a veritable feast of upcoming gigs for music lovers of most persuasions..

Here are our upcoming gigs, please feel free to repost/share/invite your friends..

04/10 - GLASSES (germany, ex-Perth Express) / NOVEMBER 13th (germany) / HAMMERS / ALL WE HAVE - Retro Bar 1pm/£4
05/10 - ALGERNON CADWALLADER (usa) / TEENAGE COOL KIDS (usa) / GET SERIOUS / CRASH OF RHINOS - KRO Bar 7pm/£6
19/10 - BURNING LOVE (canada, ex-Cursed) / THE HORROR / WAR COMA - Retro Bar 8pm/£5
22/10 - NORTH LINCOLN (usa) / GULLICH / ABOVE THEM / CARRAWAY / GET SERIOUS - Retro Bar 7pm/£5
28/11 - COP OUT / OK PILOT / HOLY STATE / GET SERIOUS - Retro Bar 6-9pm/£4
21/12 - THE GATEWAY DISTRICT (usa, ex-Soviettes!) / TOWN BIKE +2 - Retro Bar 8pm/£5
23/02 - NOTHINGTON (usa) + 2 - Retro Bar 8pm/£6

You can listen and be linked to all the bands playing gigs/shows and find
other information about tours/other things we like at;

http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective

and..

http://www.tinyurl.com/realcollectivefacebook
http://www.tinyurl.com/realcollectivefacebook
http://www.tinyurl.com/realcollectivefacebook
http://www.tinyurl.com/realcollectivefacebook
http://www.tinyurl.com/realcollectivefacebook






Thanks!
Monday, June 15th, 2009
9:54 am
[stormsandcalm]
TOMORROW IN MANCHESTER! LOVELY INDIE/POP/PUNK GIG!
 TOMORROW! TUESDAY 16TH JUNE 2009!



The Real Collective presents;

LEMURIA (east coast, usa)
The return of the lovely power-pop trio return to Manchester,
almost two years after they first stole everyone's hearts and
made everyone fall in love with their cute, downright adorable
blend of punk and slick indie power pop. Now releasing records
on Asian Man (including their most recent LP, 'Get Better'). Just,
seriously the sweetest loveliest people making the most perfect
music. Excited? You fucking bet. No venue changes, this is at
Retro Bar. You got it.
http://www.myspace.com/lemuria

SURRENDER (west coast, usa)
Awesome catchy and message-carrying pop/punk from San 
Francisco. Taking cues from old peace punk like Crass and
Chumbawamba and modernising it into an even more accessible
and meaningful manner. If we're giving more contemporary clues,
imagine if Fifth Hour Hero were making records towards the more-
political-than-twee side of Plan-It-X. Ex-Crimpshrine and current-
Onion Flavoured Rings, on Thrillhouse Records.
http://www.lastwhiteflag.org

BEAR BONES (hull)
New band from t'other side of the Pennines, playing great melodic
punk rock with the time-tested and proven win-fest that is intertwining
boy/girl vocals. Lazy comparison would be This Is My Fist maybe? But it
certainly wouldn't be anywhere near a bad thing if that was how they
actually sounded.
http://www.myspace.com/bearbonespunkrock

GET SERIOUS (manchester)
Mika Miko meets the Descendents, maybe? Shouty vocals, dancetastic
riff after riff, flitting between anthemic melodic punk and short, jerky jangly
not-disco disco beats. Ex-Postcards From Wakanda.
http://www.myspace.com/gettingprettyserious

HOT WASPS (manchester)
The continuation of local scrappy pop heroes Lion perhaps, but with drawn influences from
a little bit o'thrash, a tough of prog noodlin' and a penchant for all things pop and punk.
http://www.myspace.com/hotwasps

at Retro Bar,
Sackville St
Manchester.

7pm - £6 please (two US bands to pay, sorry!)
14+

http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
Tuesday, May 12th, 2009
12:25 pm
[stormsandcalm]
  
The Real Collective presents;

Saturday 16th May 2009

CHEAP GIRLS (Michigan, USA)
Mixing Buffalo Tom, the Replacements, Husker Du and well, pretty much
any influential indie rock or country punk peers and coming out clean the 
other side with a record full of catch, lovable and memorable tunes that
any of the aforementioned would be proud of, recently released on Paper &
Plastick records (Shook Ones, Landmines et al) Just lovely.
http://www.myspace.com/cheapgirls

CHILLERTON (Portsmouth, Isle Of Wight & Cambridge)
A band in which to practice, one of them needs to take a boat, and another needs
to drive for several hours. UK heroes playing with their influences firmly on display -
heartfelt and singalong gruffy punk. Ex-Jets Vs Sharks and many others.
http://www.myspace.com/baileygregandjack

ABOVE THEM (Pontefract)
Too bloody good. I'm not even describing these anymore.
http://www.myspace.com/abovethem

GET SERIOUS! (Manchester)
First gig for a band that hasn't even practiced yet. Party punk a la Descendents, X,
Bikini Kill.. rowdy times. People you will recognise, getting drunk. Mostly.
http://www.letuspracticefirst.co.uk/notyet

at KRO Bar
Oxford Rd, opp. Manc Uni Students Union.
Manchester.

8pm doors
8.20-8.40 GET SERIOUS
8.55-9.20 ABOVE THEM
9.35-10    CHILLERTON
10.15+      CHEAP GIRLS
11pm       CURFEW

£5 please.

http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective 
Sunday, April 19th, 2009
4:09 pm
[stormsandcalm]
Gigs in Manchester in the next two weeks..


Friday 24th April 2009

BRIDGE AND TUNNEL (New York and thereabouts, USofA)
Spectacular, powerful, crazily intricate yet totally and utterly
balls-out rocking indie punk on No Idea records. Released one of
the records of the year in 2008 with their debut full length 'East/West'
and pretty much stunned everyone who saw them at Fest with how
downright devastatingly mindblowing they were. Easily one of the
best bands you will see in 2009, even if you saw every other band
in existence ever. Not to be missed. A lot of people say that, but I'm
not kidding, ask anyone. Not to be missed.
http://www.myspace.com/bridgeandtunnelmusic

OK PILOT
(Exeter, UK)
One of the best bands in the country, hailing from the darkest corners
of the South West, which conveniently doubles as a hot bed for some of
the UK's finest and most honed musicians/bands. Equal parts Bluetip/
Dischord-drenched post hardcore, and Gainesville-trademark-gruff-crunch,
these boys not only rocked our own country last year, but made a distinctly
awesome impression on the USA, playing No Idea's Fest 7 in Florida and
releasing a record on Florida label Fail Safe Records. Loveliest dudes
playing the rockingest of tunes.
http://www.myspace.com/okpilot

CARRAWAY
(Manchester, UK)
No myspace. No mp3s. No demo.

BREAK THE HABIT
(Brighton, UK)
Radtastic melodic punk like Shermer, Latterman et al.. songs to sing the
heck along to once you know the words.. and trust, one day soon you will and
you will. More sweet Southern dudes playing the sweetest of jams.
http://www.myspace.com/wearebreakthehabit

at KRO Bar,
Oxford Rd, opposite Manchester Uni
Students Union/Academy b
uildings.
8pm - £5 please.

---



Tuesday 28th April 2009

SHOT BAKER (Chicago, USA)
Just bloody ace punk n'roll from the US, combining great punk rock with a
proper rock'n'roll swagger. "No 'post' this or that, no pretense, nothing arty,
no sappy emo, no indie-rock, no hybrid anything. It's an honest formula: 
music that rocks + punk aggressiveness." Records on Underground
Communique records (J Robbins' Channels, the Methadones, Capital and 
others..)
http://www.myspace.com/shotbaker

THE DAUNTLESS ELITE (Leeds)
Yep.
http://www.thedauntlesselite.com


COP OUT (Sheffield)
Oh yes.
http://www.myspace.com/thecwms

DELAYED PROMISE (Manchester)
Super-lovely power pop indie rock with innocent and intertwining female/male vocals.
Reminds me a lot of late-90s US college rock, meets the good kind of Deep Elm indie-mo. 
Just really nice.
http://www.myspace.com/delayedpromise

at Retro Bar
Sackville St
Manchester

8pm - £5, please.

---

For details of all upcoming gigs and happenings, including info/links/music etc
please visit/befriend;

http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective

Saturday, December 27th, 2008
4:09 am
[stormsandcalm]
PUNK/INDIE GIG IN MANCHESTER. 4th JANUARY!
the real collective presents;



Sunday 4th January 2009

THE STEAL (south)
The long awaited return of the South's kings of pop
hardcore, on tour with their new full length 'Bright Grey'.
Super awesome punk like Kid Dynamite.
http://www.myspace.com/thesteal


THE SHITTY LIMITS (south)
Finally! Southern dudes playing high-energy garage
punk rock. 60s garage, 70s punk, 80s hardcore!
Actual brilliance.
http://www.myspace.com/theshittylimits


THE SCEPTRES (south)
Super lovely infectious pop hits feat. half of the
Limits, and an ex-Mock Heroic. New 7" out now, and
it's the best. Like X/Wipers.
http://www.myspace.com/thesceptresthesceptres


OUR TIME DOWN HERE (south)
Tour support for the Steal, pretty brutalz moshy
singalong hardcore, on Banquet/Nothing To Prove records.
http://www.myspace.com/ourtimedownhereuk


HOT DAMN (south)
More tour support, this time feat. Mr
Richard Phoenix of the Steal. Lovely jangly indie post
rock, a bit like American Analog Set but without vocals.
http://www.myspace.com/hotdamnband

THE COST OF LIVING (manchester)
Good ol' Florida-style melodic punk like Bitchin'/Soviettes,
still doin' their own thing on their own terms and loving it.
http://www.myspace.com/whatsthecostofliving

at the
Retro Bar,
Sackville St,
Manchester
£5 please
6pm doors

http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
Saturday, August 9th, 2008
10:22 pm
[stormsandcalm]
LAST MINUTE LOVED ONES MANCHESTER SHOW!

Sunday August 24th


THE LOVED ONES (Philadelphia, USA.)
Fricken' awesome anthemic punk-rock'n'roll/americana from Philly, USA on Fat Wreck Chords.
ex-Paint It Black/Trial By Fire/Explosion, fresh from a US tour with The Hold Steady
play their ONLY NORTHERN UK non-Festival show (they're playing Leeds fest, and a bunch
of Southern dates) Still touring on the back of their latest record 'Build & Burn'..
http://www.myspace.com/thelovedones


with;
COP OUT (Sheffield, UK)
Steel City punx ripping off Lifetime in the best
humanly possible way. Split 7" with TCOL out
before the end of the year.
http://www.mypsace.com/thecwms

THE COST OF LIVING (Manchester, UK)
Melodic punk pop, a lot like old Florida/No Idea
Records bands (Fifth Hour Hero/Bitchin') etc, with
a strong UK punk feel (Crackle Records, etc) Split 7"
with Cop Out out before the end of the year..
http://www.myspace.com/whatsthecostofliving


+1tbc.

at The Star & Garter
Fairfield St, behind Picc. Station
Manchester.
7.30pm start, £6 on the door.

Thanks!
Thursday, July 17th, 2008
4:49 pm
[juno_februa]
2:28 am
[prilbot]
1:00 am
[stormsandcalm]
TONIGHT! Thursday July 17th 2008



BLOTTO (japan, legendary japanese punk rock like leatherface/replacements!)
THE LEIF ERICSSON (stoke on trent, uk melodic punk stalwarts)
ABOVE THEM (pontefract, amazing indie punk anthems)
THE COST OF LIVING (manchester, poprock! on tour with blotto)

at KRO Bar, Oxford Rd
opp. Manchester Uni Students Union
Manchester.

First band 8pm, £5 please!

http://x1984x.com/j-punk/blotto/
http://www.myspace.com/theleifericsson
http://www.myspace.com/abovethem
http://www.myspace.com/whatsthecostofliving

----

To hear all bands playing Real Collective gigs, and to keep upto date
on DIY punk / not-for-profit gigs in Manchester, please visit:


http://www.myspace.com/therealcollective
Wednesday, May 28th, 2008
1:03 pm
[movehalfaninch]
The Long Blondes NYC show (05/16) photos & review
Hey everybody!

The folks over at AlmacksDanceHall.com went to the Long Blondes show
at the Bowery Ballroom on May 16th in New York City. They've
posted a bunch of photos and a great review of the night!



See more photos and read a review of the night here:http://www.almacksdancehall.com/wp/2008/05/22/the-long-blondes-bowery-ballroom-nyc-may-16-2008/#more-146
Friday, March 28th, 2008
4:40 pm
[prilbot]
Come! Come! Come to Why don't You tonight!

Hello! This is the group for the re-launched WHY DON'T U club-night at Manchester's Star and Garter.

We will play the bands, artists and songs that inspired the new music you like from 1973-1995.

We will ONLY PLAY the finest selection of PUNK, NEW-WAVE, POST-PUNK, EARLY BRIT-POP, INDIE-POP, and CLASSIC POP.

We have the best playlists known to man, Zines painstakingly put together and not to mention the boys from the Islington Mill doing some art n' crap downstairs.

Oh and I have a new frock.

9-late, Star and Garter. Entry is a mesley £3, and for that free tea, free biscuits, both me and Jamie DJing and not to mention the knowledge that the money is going straight to Christies.
Not in my back pocket.

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=10072946797
www.myspace.com/ydontu
Monday, February 4th, 2008
1:05 pm
[eleanora_]
Laura Veirs
I don't suppose anyone's got any spare tickets for Laura Veirs tonight at Night & Day? This is a very last-ditch attempt and I would be very very grateful!
Thursday, November 22nd, 2007
12:10 pm
[cowprintavenger]
Your top bands to hear on a night out
Hi all
I've been chatting to friends of mine lately and discovered that although we have pretty similar music taste, we all came up with different bands that we'd want to hear in a pub/club. So I'm kind of interested...which bands would you most want to hear on a night out? Are they the same bands you listen to most at home/car/wherever or do you want to hear different things when you're out?

My top 10, if you're interested...Collapse )
Monday, November 19th, 2007
4:52 pm
[stormsandcalm]


Monday 26th November 2007

LUCERO (USA)
Really amazing, seminal alt-country punk from Memphis, Tennessee.

Equal parts Springsteen and Jawbreaker, creating a genuinely moving,
and rock'n'rolling experience. Records released on Tiger Style records (The
Album Leaf, Appleseed Cast, Ida, Rye Coalition and Tristeza) and more
recently their own label, Liberty & Lament records.
Ex-Red 40, ex-Cat Power. Not to be missed, under no circumstances.
http://www.myspace.com/lucero
http://www.luceroband.com


THE DAUNTLESS ELITE (Leeds)
Singalong punk rock for the working class from Leeds, and thereabouts.

One of the best active DIY punk bands in the UK, hands down.
Each song a singalong, fingers pointing skywards! Fresh back from a 2nd
US tour, including playing the No Idea FEST 6! Bombed Out / Plan-It-X Records.
http://www.thedauntlesselite.com


KEVIN DEVINE (USA)
Former frontman of the wonderful Miracle of 86, from Brooklyn, New York.

The world of a frontman gone solo tends to be a risky war, but one Kevin
Devine has fought and won. If you like anyone from Damien Jurado, to Dashboard
Confessional, the chances are his back catalogue will cover something you'll love.
http://www.myspace.com/kevindevine


At Satans Hollow.
Silver Street, Manchester.
(Just off Princess St/Portland St)

Doors at 7.30pm.
£6 advance / £8 door.

Tickets available from;
http://www.roadkill-records.co.uk
(online or shop - Oldham St, Northern Quarter)

http://www.ticketline.co.uk
http://www.roidh.co.uk
Tuesday, October 16th, 2007
5:47 pm
[three_wishes]

Hello!
The Loves set out on tour again at the end of this month, so if you want to see some top-notch indiepop action you would be well advised to come along.  Marc Riley on BBC 6 (amongst others) has been playing our new e.p. "1,2,3" which is out soon on Fortuna Pop! records.

25th October            Cardiff (Spillers instore thing) free!
26th October            Stoke-On-Trent (The Glebe)
27th October            Manchester (The Castle)
28th October            Glasgow (Twisted Wheel)
2nd November         London (The George Tavern)
3rd November          Birmingham (The Island Bar)
10th November        Cardiff (Howard Gardens)
30th November        Northampton (The Labour Club)
1st December          Leeds (Carpe Diem)

We will be joined by Elefant signings The School who seem to make new fans wherever they go!

For more information, go to  http://www.myspace.com/lovetheloves

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007
1:08 am
[stormsandcalm]
CARRAWAY (Manchester)

90s emo, like Still Life, Policy of 3, Rites of Spring, Moss Icon, etc.
Pretty rocking, but with epic-ish twinklier bits, followed by more
rock, with fairly intense lyrics about maths and philosophy.
People who at some point in their lives have been or are in bands such
as Funeral Diner, Thirty Seconds Until Armageddon, The Legacy,
Moment Of Truth, xVengeance of Gaiax, Picastro, North Cross..


.. are playing in Glasgow on Saturday 22nd September, and would
really like to play somewhere (within say, 2/3 hours driving distance)
on the way between Manchester and Glasgow on Friday 21st September.

Can you help? We are four very nice, world-wise men, who make
virtually no mess whatsoever, and are not entirely rubbish at the
whole music-making thing. We are open to most options, but are
generally just happy to play. We are recording a demo in 3 weeks, and
an mp3 will be available online then, but until then.. word of mouth (or
maybe a REALLY terrible 12 month old practice mp3 if people are really
interested.. it is ROUGH, but gives you an idea of the kind of thing we do..
you can right click to download or stream at..
http://d.shutterpriority.net/carraway/carraway%20-%20three.mp3 )
is all you can rely on. Have faith, trust?

Please comment, or e-mail godspaper @ aol.com if you can think of anything,
anywhere in the abovementioned zone. Hugest thanks ever in advance!
Thursday, March 8th, 2007
2:15 pm
[sweet_ride]
hello,
i'm probably going to sheffield in april/mai for a few days because i have to make investigations about the indie/pop/rock music scene. but i haven't been there yet and it would be great if you could help me:

- i need to know the name of some clubs where concerts take place (of recent british bands)
- the name of music studios
- maybe the name of some new and not (yet) that famous bands.

thanks!!!

(x-posted)
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