James Yorkston

Speigeltent Winterville
Monday 22 December 2014
Victoria Park

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It’s that time of year again, time for the annual shindig with James Yorkston!

This year saw James Yorkston release his 8th studio album and fullest body of work, ‘The Cellardyke Recording and Wassailing Society’. Produced by Alexis Taylor (Hot Chip) and featuring guest appearances from KT Tunstall, The Pictish Trail, Rob Smoughton, Fimber Bravo, Jon Thorne and Emma Smith, it’s a record that connects the intimacy of his home-town life with the camaraderie of good friends. The concert will take place in the very special surroundings of the Speigel Tent at Winterville in Victoria Park.

More info on the festive Winterville site HERE.

Pink Teens

The Finsbury
Saturday 20 December 2014
336 Green Lanes N4 1BY


We are very excited to announce Pink Teen’s EP launch show at the Finsbury on Saturday 20 December. We can’t wait to hear their brilliant new EP ‘Good Luck, Pink Teens’ live. You can listen to it here.


Shacklewell Arms
Thursday 18 December 2014
71 Shacklewell Lane London E8 2EB

Frankly Mr. Shankly it’s about time you made Christmas party plans, and here are ours!

On 18th December we’ll be getting happy in the haze of a drunken (few) hours alongside Field Day at The Shacklewell Arms, with the best Smiths cover band of Smiths fans for Smiths fans, The Smyths! Also announced are EYOE favourites, the hotly-tipped Jagaara.

Tweet us @eatyourownears with the hashtag ‪#‎eyoexmasparty‬ to vote for your favourite Smiths song and we’ll put the most popular tracks forward to be included in the set. This will also enter you into a competition to win 5 pints and a hotdog at The Shacklewell Arms on the night!

Voting closes in Friday 21st November at 5pm. Get those votes in!

Anna Calvi

St Johns Church Hackney
Saturday 13 December 2014
Sold Out
Lower Clapton Rd Greater London E5 0PD

We are thrilled to announce a very special one off show with Anna Calvi at St John’s Church in Hackney on Saturday 13 December.

The Heritage Orchestra – who Anna had the pleasure of working with for the Giorgio Moroder show at the Sydney Opera House – will be providing a string section and an all female choir and she will be joint by past, present and future collaborators as special guests on stage.

They will be performing new orchestra versions of her album songs, some songs that have never been performed live, new covers, and hopefully some new original material!



Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 10 December 2014
71 Shacklewell Lane London E8 2EB

Finland’s finest are back with something truly epic. Where K-X-P’s 2010 debut was an exercise in Kraut-tronica, K-X-P II finds the band unleashing their inner pop deviance. This is an album full of rock ‘n’ roll shamanism, glam-punk madness, grinding dance music, electronic Motörhead techno – and a bit of Krautrock too.


The Lexington
Saturday 6 December 2014
Sold Out
96-98 Pentonville Road London N1 9JB

We are very excited to announce a show with the brilliant Vessels at The Lexington on Saturday 6 December. Plus support from Snasen and Mountain Range.



Alexandra Palace
Friday 5 December 2014
Alexandra Palace Way London N22 7AY

We are very excited to announce Metronomy’s biggest London show to date at Alexandra Palace on Friday 5th December as part of a short UK tour (+ Manchester and Glasgow).

It’s been a busy six months since the release of ‘Love Letters’, the forth album from Joe Mount and his band. With their stunning stage production stepping up a notch, and their personal stage style looking more and more like entertainers in the truest sense of the word (the foursome give a nod to American vocal groups of the 60s and 70s in matching stage suits and Repetto shoes), Metronomy mean business. After their brilliant headline set at Field Day last month, last week you couldn’t switch on Radio 1 or 6 Music without being met with some kind of pre-Glastonbury Metronomy excitement building – Lauren Laverne, Steve Lamacq, Stuart Maconie, Liz Kershaw and Mary Anne Hobbs were all flying the Metronomy flag in face of the band’s forthcoming appearance at the UK’s flagship music festival, where they played two heroic sets.

Metronomy is the sole creation of singer, writer and producer and expert musician Joseph Mount. His band are: Oscar Cash (keys, sax, vox), Anna Prior (drums, vox), Gbenga Adelekan (vox, guitar).



Kero Kero Bonito

Wednesday 3 December 2014
7 Torrens Street London EC1V 1NQ

London trio Kero Kero Bonito exude confidence—on “Sick Beat”, off the just-released Intro Bonito mixtape, lead singer/rapper Sarah Bonito explicitly hypes her video game skills. “No matter how many hours a day/ I could win at any game/ Whether you’re a boy, or a girl, or a super-computer,” she sings, but it’s not just an extended brag about Tomb Raider. She also spends time brushing off those who say “she should get some girly hobbies instead,” hop-scotching between English and Japanese.

Therein lies Bonito’s boldness: The bulk of “Sick Beat” is sung in Japanese, a move that could be alienating to those who mainly listen to music delivered in English. But Sarah Bonito is just using a language she knows, while producers Augustus and Jamie Bonito’s ribbiting music takes some cues from a scene they know well—contemporary J-pop. Kero Kero Bonito embrace ideas that might be side-eyed by others, and end up with a strong tune all their own.

Support from bo en and Lil Data


Monday 1 December 2014
Sold Out
1a Amhurst Road Hackney London E8 1LL

We are very excited to announce a show with the brilliant Sinkane at Oslo (Hackney) on Monday 1 December after their already sold out show in September.

Sinkane returns with a new album which will be released on the 2nd Sept via DFA and City Slang.

Nicholas Krgovic is supporting.



Thursday 27 November 2014
Sold Out
The Mall London SW1Y 5AH

NTS presents: The 5th edition of the Parallel Visions series at the ICA will feature a live show from Arca, together with visuals from his long-time collaboratorJesse Kanda. The Venezuelan producer’s boundary-pushing approach to rhythm and texture makes him one of the most interesting musicians out there at the moment. An unmissable night of leftfield multi-platform experimentation.


Only Real

Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
Thursday 27 November 2014
2-4 Hoxton Square London N1 6NU


We are excited to announce a new show with Only Real at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen in November.

Only Real returns with new single “Pass The Pain”. It’s swirling, colourful psychedelia, underpinned by a unique drawl that allows his idiosyncratic word play to pour out and run all over his woozy guitar lines. Its upbeat, life-affirming and the perfect hit of the summer.

Only Real first emerged on LuvLuvLuv Records with his debut “Days In The City”. This was followed up earlier this year with his first single on Virgin EMI with “Cadillac Girl”, a track recorded in Atlanta by Ben H Allen (Deerhunter, Cee-Lo). The last few months has seen Only Real work on his debut album which is due out early next year. It’s been produced by Ben H Allen in Atlanta and Dan Carey (Franz Ferdinand, Childhood) in London.

“Pass The Pain” is the follow up to Only Real’s first single on Virgin EMI “Cadillac Girl”. The track saw praise in the likes of NME, i-D The Beat and Wonderland, alongside various plays on Radio 1, including Huw Stephens.

Big Deal

Shacklewell Arms
Thursday 27 November 2014
71 Shacklewell Lane London E8 2EB

Big Deal will be previewing their new album at the Shacklewell Arms on Thursday 27 November, with a very special guest on drums.

Watch their brilliant new video for Catch Up here.

Ghost Culture

Wednesday 26 November 2014
7 Torrens Street London EC1V 1NQ


We are very excited to announce a show with Ghost Culture at Electrowerkz this November, after an incredible sold-out show at The Waiting Room in September.

The date of this show has changed to 26th November – all tickets remain valid.

The Vaselines

The Garage
Tuesday 25 November 2014
20-22 Highbury Corner London N5 1RD

£13 ADV

After selling out Hoxton Bar and Kitchen we are pleased to announce The Vaselines will return with a show at The Garage.

Schwervon! will be supporting.

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