Going out guide: 8 -14 October

Published On October 4, 2012 | By We Love Brighton | Archive

Why? – 8 October

Venue: The Old Market 7.30pm
Let’s get some things out of the way. WHY? is a band—three Cincinnati-bred gentlemen who’ve shared a whole lotta past together. Two of them are brothers. Yoni Wolf, who founded the project by his lonesome in 1998 is one of those (see also: cLOUDDEAD, Greenthink, Reaching Quiet). The other is Josiah Wolf, who first started hitting the skins at their father’s synagogue during worship service. They like being in a band together so don’t ask about it. WHY?’s third fella is Doug McDiarmid, a high school friend born to French teachers, discovered by the Wolfs whilst playing guitar in a Steve Miller cover band. £14

CAVE PAINTING – 9 October

Venue: Green Door Store 7.30pm
Back in March when Cave Painting graced the stage of The Prince Albert, there was a feeling in the room that this five-piece belonged somewhere else – somewhere bigger. They deserved a larger venue and, with that, a larger crowd. Make sure that you begin climbing with them now otherwise you’ll be left behind, hanging onto the bottom rung, struggling to get a ticket to see them before they’re promoted to the city’s larger venues. Be there or miss out. £7

Mama Rosin – 11 October

Venue: Green Door Store 7.30pm
Since forming in 2008 Swiss-French trio Mama Rosin have forged a unique sound all of their own. Drawing from a wide range of musical styles encompassing delta blues, cajun roots and rock’n’roll, Mama Rosin have earned the accolade as being the original purveyors of a fierce musical hybrid coined “Zydepunk”. £9

The 1930’s – 12 October

Venue: The Brunswick 8pm
The 1930s are a folk duo comprising of Andrew Cameron (Drums/Percussion, Vocals, Mandolin) and Jonny Solari (Vocals, Acoustic Guitar) from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Their songs have folky hooks, infectious melodies and meaningful lyrics. Now with their first UK wide tour coinciding with a new EP release, an appearance on the BBC in the bag and new material being written, it’s exciting times for the two lads! £5

AKAAKAROAR – RUSTI / PANGAEA + more – 12 October

Venue: Concorde 2 11pm
After having heaps of fun at Concorde 2 back in June with Jacques Greene, Koreless, Bondax and Lorca, we return to our second home this October with another AKA line up that packs plenty of punch! Fresh from a ridiculous boat party at Dimensions and hot on the heels of our September party with Mosca and Jus-Ed we are bringing you the following peach of a line up! £7

Nick Curly, Alex Celler & Glimpse – Live – 12 October

Venue: The Haunt 10.30pm
Beatsworkin started 3 years ago dj ing together and putting together parties at the tiny OM club in Brighton and have now progressed so much that they have had a massive role in putting underground clubbing back on the map in Brighton. Their parties here, in London and Barcelona have been nothing short of superb . Hundreds of people have come every month to see them play alongside world class headliners and a whole host of talented local djs. £10

Originate – II – Birthday Special – 12 October

Venue: Volks 10.30pm
After our MAAAASSSIIIVVVEE last event featuring 2 BAD MICE and SHUT UP & DANCE, here at ORIGINATE we have decided to give you an extra special BIRTHDAY BONANZA with one of our BIGGEST line ups to date…A journey through Acid House, Oldskool Hardcore, Jungle and Drum & Bass….a true masterclass from The ORIGINATORS of the scene. £5 before 11 more after

The Vinyls – 13 October

Venue: Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar  7pm
The Vinyls are an all new exciting British four-piece band who frequently conjure up short, sweet, catchy and delightfully melodic songs while consistently performing a riveting and energetic live set that will either have you singing along to each chorus line or stamping your feet to each and every beat. £4

Birdengine – 13 October

Venue: Caroline of Brunswick 7pm
Birdengine is the musical project of Lawry Joseph Tilbury, whose unique music has been described by The Independent as ‘beautiful, backwards weirdness’ and by WARP Records as ‘an unknown supernatural force’. £5

Minimal Kids- Dimitri Andreas – 13 October

Venue: Audio 11pm
Dimitri has been passionate about music from a very early age. His first releases date from more than 10 years ago and got played by big names like Carl Cox, Mark Broom, Luke Slater and many others. Since then, Dimitri evolved and built up his carreer as an experienced high quality dj and producer. Free before 12/ £5

Micachu and the Shapes – 13 October

Venue: Coalition 7pm
In 2011, using unorthodox homemade instruments, Micachu & the Shapes released the live album ‘Chopped & Screwed’, a collaboration with the London Sinfonietta whom Micachu wrote an orchestral piece for in 2010 which was subsequently performed as part of the Ether Festival. Micachu is currently an artist-in-residence at London’s Southbank Centre; the youngest individual musician to be granted this unique role. £10

Submotion Orchestra – 13 October

Venue: Concorde 2 7pm
Submotion Orchestra announce their UK October tour with new remixes of their “It’s Not Me It’s You” single by Alix Perez and Tiger Sounds. The 7-piece project combine deep bass-driven grooves and dense textures with their progressive live dub step sound and have previously had 2 sell out UK tours as well as venturing into Europe playing Holland, France, Poland and the Czech Republic. £10

Peter And The Test Tube Babies – 14 October

Venue: The Loft 8pm
The Community Payback Show presents a benefit night of the finest Punk Rock & Metal in aid of Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project and Brighton & Hove Community Radio. Featuring the heavyweight sounds of Punk Rock legends Peter & The Test Tube Babies with support from Brutal Regime and Blind Eye Fury. £7 OND

Wilko Johnson – 14 October

Venue: Komedia 7.30pm
Wilko Johnson is the phenomenal guitarist and founding member of Dr. Feelgood, who has influenced everyone from Joe Strummer to Steve Albini. Dr. Feelgood’s distinctive British R&B sound was centered on Wilko Johnson’s choppy guitar style. Dr. Feelgood was known primarily for their high energy live performances, although studio albums like Down by the Jetty (1974) and Malpractice (1975) were also incredibly popular. £17.50

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