Oddity Road’s tour will stop off at Arts Club, food comes to new Jacaranda venue and a new track from unsigned Liverpool trio Digital Garden Party, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley tucks into this weeks news.
Sparkling multi instrumentalist Skinny Pelembe will play Shipping Forecast later this year.
Born in Johannesburg but growing up in Doncaster, his hazy afro-tipped soul muses with psychedelia.
He has recently released new single I’ll Be On Your Mind, a spoken word, beat-laden track as well as the two track EP Spit/Swallow.
Pelembe comes to Liverpool as part of a UK tour on Wednesday, October 3.
Sheffield’s Oddity Road are heading out on their biggest tour to date, which includes a stop in Liverpool.
One of Fred Perry Subculture and This Feeling’s Big In 2018, the indie rock band will play Arts Club on Friday, October 5.
New York City band The Britanys will play Sound Basement later this year.
Baltic Triangle radio station Melodic Distraction Radio are starting a crowdfunding campaign in their bid to go 24/7.
The online radio based in Liverpool’s creative nucleus will be offering rewards to a community of supporters who pledge to the project.
Birmingham’s Go-Kart Mozart are coming to Liverpool courtesy of Harvest Sun Promotions.
It was formed by Lawrence, formerly of the bands Felt and Denim, releasing their first album in 1999. They come to Buyers Club on Thursday, October 18.
New Seel Street venue, Jacaranda Records: Phase One will be serving up locally sourced food from now on.
Starting last weekend with Fritto, a range of Liverpool vendors will be setting up and adding a tasty asset to the live music space and bar.
Liverpool favourites Himalayas will play their biggest London headline at the capital’s Hoxton Square Bar.
Most recently at last month’s Liverpool Calling, the Cardiff band continue to smash through cities across the UK.
Our track spotlight this week comes via Cheshire band Digital Garden Party who have released their debut EP, One. The three piece have released three tracks and are currently unsigned.