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The place to be this week is one for our southern friends. The Loft in Southampton is hosting an all-dayer on Saturday with the likes of Heavy Lungs, Gengahr, bdrmm and more.

Enemy of the People are launching their new single at Blondies on Thursday with a nice free party. Support from Fatberg to sweeten the deal.

Also free entry for some proper garage rock at the Victoria on Thursday. Noise Noir and Sit Down feature.

Fatberg (again) and Football FC will be taking to the stage at Sister Midnight Records on Friday. Plus a secret guest to be announced.

Bootleg Social in Blackpool is celebrating its 5th birthday with music from Strange Bones on Saturday. Support TBC.

Music at the Signature Brew Taproom on Tuesday from Human Pet, Famous and Haze.

It’s always good to spread some joy, particularly at this time of year, so the Festive Fundraiser at the Fulford Arms in York on Friday is well worth a look. Includes music from Snakerattlers, Percy and more, with proceeds going to the charity Kitchen for Everyone.

There’s more Christmas-themed fun at Retro in Manchester on Saturday, bringing together Chupa Cabra, Springfield Elementary, Swine and more.

And finally, Starsha Lee is part of the line up for the Festive Burlesque Rock and Roll Party in Camden on Friday.

TUE 10 DEC / Human Pet @ Signature Brew Taproom – London

THU 12 DEC / Enemy of the People @ Blondies – London

THU 12 DEC / Noise Noir @ The Victoria – London

FRI 13 DEC / Fatberg @ Sister Midnight Records – London

FRI 13 DEC / Festive Fundraiser @ The Fulford Arms – York

FRI 13 DEC / Festive Burlesque Rock and Roll Party @ Dublin Castle – London

SAT 14 DEC / The All-Day Honeymoon @ The Loft – Southampton

SAT 14 DEC / Deco Xmas Bash @ Retro – Manchester

SAT 14 DEC / Strange Bones @ Bootleg Social – Blackpool

Cover photo: Heavy Lungs by SI Nash

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