We have our finger on the pulse for fresh and upcoming music in 2018, and we can’t wait to show you what we’ve got up our sleeve. Stay on top of your new music game and make sure not to miss these incredible gigs over the next few months.
First up we have Cabbage, a Manchester five piece looking to start a riot. This neo post punk will kick start your month and fill you with adrenaline with the fuzzy acid trip that is Uber Capitalist Death Trade and send you on a course of rock and roll destruction with Kevin and Terrorist Synthesizer. Described to have “Jack White levels of rage” by NME and as surreal as Happy Mondays by I-D, Cabbage are spitting, kicking and guitar smashing their way to the top.
Kicking off March with a twisted tale of melancholy and bourbon soaked pessimism are The Urban Voodoo Machine – a group boasting horns, piano, drums, guitar, stand-up bass, organ, violin and even bouzouki. Dance with the devil to gypsy blues and bop n’ stroll as The Urban Voodoo Machine take you on a dark and twisted trip to the run-away circus. Get hooked on the bluesy Orphan’s Lament and revel in the drunken gloom of Goodbye to Another Year
The next act in March has a completely different take on life. Mahalia is a break through the clouds shining on the British R&B scene. Harking back to early 2000’s R&B/soul crossover, Mahalia is smooth and straight talking, letting bars and beats flow effortlessly, fading in and out to create hazy chill tracks. Tipped to be the next big voice in 2018, keep your eyes on Mahalia, and get wrapped up in No Pressure and Sober whilst your wait for her March 10th gig.
Our final band to keep your eye on are a tribute to one of Britain’s greatest inventions. Meet Definitely Oasis, one of the many Oasis tributes, but the only one who have sold out the iconic The Garage in Glasgow and performed in many venues that Noel and Liam themselves have graced the stages of. Expect all your favourite Oasis tracks including Don’t Look Back in Anger, Champagne Supernova, Live Forever and many more on March 17th.