Saturday night at The Good Ship is gaining legendary status. 3 and a half hours of new bands and then 4 and a half hours of DJing until 4am! You are not gonna get a night with more variety, a friendlier crowd or as much fun as this anywhere in London tonight, the crowd is a mix of bands, fans, weekend warriors; mainly locals and a smattering of Antipodeans. No chavs or idiots allowed in. Plus it is a ridiculously cheap £5 (or £4 with cut out of this) to get in.
"Gareth wails and pirouettes, singing lyrics somewhere between the kitchen sink drama of Morrissey and the urban poetic realism of Suede"
"it's almost a soundtrack to a a broken children's jewellery box complete with spinning ballerina."
Not lacking in confidence boy/girl dual vocals group without a Blondie obsession.
'It's The Concretes meet The Pixies on Love Island'
Judy and Maurice play a smorgasbord of sounds from the latest in indie, electro and beats through Motown and soul classics, disco, ska, funk, punk and rocknroll. Til 4am!
30 seconds from The Luminaire
1 minute from Brondesbury train station
4 minutes from Kilburn tube station