Wednesday 28th February.
5 bands at The Good Ship. If you like new music of a leftfield, indie, intelligent and fun variety then you'll love it. At a price of no relevance to the quality on show.
Emma McGlynn & The Monorails
Fresh from chatting with Phil Jupitus on 6Music and video airings on MTV, Emma and band open tonight's show.
Brittle beauty, immediately arresting.
London's gorgeous trio of talent with a punky newer wave sound rich with influences ranging from The Rolling Stones and Blondie to The Libertines and Bloc Party.
Theatrical swoops of which Cave and The Tindersticks would be proud from this melodic, charming, eccentric and often surprisingly intense lot.
Mad Staring Eyes
Like a slightly seedier Seeing Scarlet. These chaps make ridiculously catchy records without the "go away, go away" factor. Tonight they launch new single "Talk Dirty"
£4 entry. £3 with print out of this.
The Good Ship, 289 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR
30 seconds from The Luminaire.
1 minute from Brondesbury train station. (North London line)
5 minutes from Kilburn tube station. (Jubilee)