Liverpool music gig guide – Ian Hunter, Dead Kennedys, Craig Charles and much more

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Craig Charles

Craig Charles (Photo Credit: Martin Waters)

There’s simply no excuse for staying at home bored in Liverpool this week, as GetintothisDavid Hall guides you through the pick of the city’s live scene.

Last week may have spoiled us slightly for big names coming to town, especially in the shape of Elton John, Hans Zimmer and Africa Oyé. Whilst this week’s names would appear in a smaller font on many festival posters, that doesn’t mean there aren’t masses of gigs worthy of your attention.

There are lineups as long as your arm across the city in the coming seven days, with bumper rosters awaiting at the weekend, if you’re able to drag your sorry carcass through another working week.

Whether it’s something retro you’re after, or you’re more a connoisseur of the cutting-edge, Merseyside as ever has you covered. There are famous punk firebrands in the offing this week, plus classic rock survivors and sitcom stars turned superstar deejays. Find out who’s who by reading on!

Ian Hunter (credit - Ross Halfin)

Ian Hunter (credit – Ross Halfin)

Ian Hunter and the Rant Band: Hangar 34, Tuesday June 20
Having spent over six decades in the music industry, former Mott the Hoople man Ian Hunter plays for all the young dudes at Hangar 34, and probably several of a certain age too.

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Mary Miller

Mary Miller

CMD Presents Get Up Stand Up: 24 Kitchen Street, Friday June 23
Featuring Shy Billy, Mary Miller, God on my right, Beyond Average, Elevant, Butcha B, SPQR, Farhood and a Galactic Funk Militia DJ set. It’s time to stop the talk, and start the fight against gentrification at the closure-threatened 24 Kitchen Street to kick off your weekend.

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Alpha Male Tea Party

Alpha Male Tea Party

Alpha Male Tea Party – Health album launch: Buyers Club, Friday June 23
Having signed to tastemaking indie label Big Scary Monsters, Alpha Male Tea Party ready their third full-length album Health with a Buyers Club release party. Support comes from Body Hound.

Dead Kennedys

Dead Kennedys

Dead Kennedys: O2 Academy, Friday June 23
The second-wave punk lynchpins hit Liverpool, minus original frontman Jello Biafra. Join East Bay Ray, Klaus Flouride, D.H. Peligro and new vocalist Ron ‘Skip’ Greer, formerly of the Wynona Riders, for an evening of old school hardcore done right.

Lo Five

Lo Five

Emotion Wave 9: 81 Renshaw Street, Saturday June 24
Hosted by Lo Five, dark electro sounds from The Mekano Set, Otaku No Denki and Phullopium Dude, plus DJ sets from Young Offices abound.

Craig Charles

Craig Charles (Photo Credit: Warren Millar)

Craig Charles Beats, Beer, and Boogaloo Liverpool All Dayer: Camp & Furnace, Sunday June 25
Featuring live sets from the Renegade Brass Band, Uncle Frank and Paisley Soul, an AV show from Shaka Loves You and of course a session from Lister himself. BBC 6 Music‘s irrepressible Scouse funk machine Craig Charles comes home to the Baltic Triangle. Doors fly open at 2pm for plenty of beats, beer and indeed boogaloo.

Not feeling what we’re giving you here? You’re tough to please. It’s only because we like you that we bring you Getintothis’ Gigbites:

  • Callum Beattie: Studio 2, Parr Street, Thursday June 22
  • Mr Eazi: O2 Academy, Thursday June 22
  • The Bido Lito! Social with OHMNS, Queen Zee & the Sasstones, Jo Mary: Blade Factory, Thursday June 22
  • Deathwave Presents Metaprism, Bloodyard, Redwood Av, Biggus Riffus, Ex Morte Vita, Into The Fall & Reaper: EBGBs, Saturday June 24

Upcoming events to keep an eye on

Salt The Snail

Salt The Snail

Liverpool Noise fundraiser for The Whitechapel Centre: 24 Kitchen Street, Friday July 7
Liverpool Noise are set to host a gig to raise funds for The Whitechapel Centre, a leading homeless and housing charity for the Liverpool city region, who work with rough sleepers, and people living in hostels or struggling to manage their accommodation. The lineup encompasses local four piece Colour, DIY punks Salt The Snail, plus Weekend Wars, The Debt Stars and more. It’s bound to be an awesome night, raising funds for a more than worthy cause.

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