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As Christmas week can be a bit of a quiet one for gigs, here’s a two-week look at the shows taking us to NYE. Five bands for five pounds at Windmill Brixton on Saturday 21st, with Meatraffle, Sex Cells, Sleaze, Pink Eye Club and Misty Miller & Hank Dog.

Interesting music/book event also at the Windmill on Tuesday 17th, as Legss have their debut headline show and launch a book, too.

Ultra Sound Events are bringing Verb T and Pitch 92 to Bristol on Tuesday 17th.

Dirty White Fever take over The Hope & Ruin in Brighton on Friday 20th for a vinyl DJ set.

Springfield Elementary join Violet Disguise at The Lantern in Halifax on Thursday 19t.

There’s a Christmas Eve sesh at the Polar Bear in Hull with Lumer, bdrmm and Autosuggestion.

After a temporary reprieve last year, the Flapper in Birmingham will be shutting down in early 2020. Say goodbye in style to the venue with a free show on Saturday 28th featuring Templeton Pek, Dearist, Brookehorse and more.

TUE 17 DEC / Verb T & Pitch @ Exchange – Bristol

TUE 17 DEC / Legss @ Windmill Brixton – London

THU 19 DEC / Springfield Elementary @ The Lantern – Halifax

FRI 20 DEC / Dirty White Fever @ The Hope & Ruin – Brighton

SAT 21 DEC / Meatraffle @ Windmill Brixton – London

TUE 24 DEC / bdrmm @ The Polar Bear – Hull

SAT 28 DEC / Templeton Pek @ The Flapper – Birmingham

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