Does anyone have any questions for Neil Hannon from The Divine Comedy? I’m going to be interviewing him in a few weeks, so let me know.
We’ve also got 4 tickets for the NME new music show at Electric Ballroom tomorrow which we don’t want anymore as we’re going to the Ibiza Rocks launch party. They are £11 and you’ll get to see Boy Kill Boy, The Automatic, Long Blondes and Forward Russia all for that price!
If you’re not busy on Friday there are a couple of good things happnening. The aforementioned Veto Silver are playing at Koko at Club NME alongside Protokoll. [and remember next week at CNME, The Cazals and Doloroso are playing, both of whom I’d recommend.] Instead though, I’m planning to go to Aftershow Club – Simon Price’s new night – up in, no good for anyone, Kentish Town. It’s a new disco night and Simon will be joined by Billy Reeves [formerly of theaudience] on the decks. I must go shopping for something disco-esque tomorrow.
Then the bank holiday weekend arrives and ideally I’d like to get out of London but I’m not sure whether that will be financially possible at this late stage. If I do stay then, Masters of Work at Canvas sounds good, if a little expensive.
When the week rocks around, Tuesday night at the Garage should through up some girly delights with Betty Curse supporting Robots in Disguise. And the girly fun continues as The Like make like it’s 1996 and support Phoenix in the death pit of Mean Fiddler. The winner of best girl gig of the week though surely has to go to Frank (yes them off that T4 show) and Girls Aloud at Wembley. Yum.