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If you like your rock’n’roll with a side of heavy psych, you’ll be pleased to know that Black Doldrums have a few dates this week. See them in Leeds, London and Bedford before they head off for a jaunt in Paris.

The Utopia All-Dayer in Brighton sees sets from Beachtape, Hotel Lux, Heavy Lungs and more. Buy in advance to save a bob or two.

Probably the biggest name in contemporary blues, Fantastic Negrito is at The Academy in Dublin on 6 June. Don’t seem to be any UK gigs on the current schedule and it’s a great venue and city, so worth making the effort if you can.

False Advertising launch new single ‘You Won’t Feel Love’ at the Old Blue Last on 3 June. Support TBA.

Girl Sweat is just one of the acts on the bill for the Box Records All-Dayer at The White Hotel in Salford on Saturday, as the label celebrates ten years of supporting independent music.

Funtimes at the Kingfisher in Corby on 8 June, as Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons, Witchdoktors, Snakerattlers and The Jack O’Bones take to the stage. Don’t wear anything you wouldn’t want to get messy.


MON 03 JUN / False Advertising @ The Old Blue Last – London

WED 05 JUN / Black Doldrums tour

THU 06 JUN / Fantastic Negrito @ The Academy – Dublin

SAT 08 JUN / Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons @ The Kingfisher – Corby

SAT 08 JUN / Utopia All-Dayer – Brighton

SAT 08 JUN / Box Records All-Dayer – Salford

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