Independent Venue Week starts to take shape in Liverpool as The Pagans SOH release their debut single, Getintothis’ Lewis Ridley with news for that time of year where you don’t know what day it is.
London born, Irish raised singer songwriter Maverick Sabre will play Arts Club as part of his UK tour in April next year.
He was first championed by MistaJam on BBC Radio 1 Xtra in 2011, and soon gained widespread support from the likes of Huw Stephens, who claimed him as a male Amy Winehouse.
Sabre will be performing songs from his upcoming album, When I Wake Up, which will be his third studio album following his 2012 debut, Lonely Are The Brave and 2015’s Innerstanding.
MOLD will play The Jacaranda as part of a small UK tour in January that sees them head to Manchester, London and Glasgow following the launch of their EP earlier this year. They’ll co-headline with Objectified.
The pair will be joined by Fanial Dord, Blanketman and Honkies, who are launching their new EP and their book, Through The Eyes of Ruby.
Freakender DJs will complete the monster lineup on Thursday, January 17.
At the Jac‘s sister venue, Phase One, The Shipbuilders will play as part of Independent Venue Week at the end of January.
It’s one of a few UK dates in the early part of next year and will be supported on Thursday, January 31 by Mondo Trasho, 2ME and Sustinere.
Also as part of Independent Venue Week, Hacktivist will play EBGBs on Wednesday, January 30. The rap metal band released their debut album, Outside The Box, in 2016.
Finally, new music, as The Pagans S.O.H have released their debut track, Banananah. The West Bromwich band launched the single in Birmingham last week and are making waves on the local support scene. You can listen to the track below.