This Saturday at The Good Ship = 5 great bands from 8 to 1130pm and then DJs til 4am, all part of the price. You are not gonna get a night with more variety, a friendlier crowd or as much fun as this anywhere in London tonight. Probably. The crowd is a mix of bands, music fans and weekend ravers. Utterly unpretentious but no tracksuit/white trainers brigade. Plus you can get a pint for less than 3 quid, ales are on tap, wine you can drink and none of those plastic glasses that lots of venues seem to specialise in! A ridiculously cheap £5 (or £4 with cut out of this) for entry.
Love Ends Disaster
Love Ends Disaster! specialise in cheery gonzo pop numbers about obsession, alienation, death and depression – all the things that make life worthwhile.
Don’t expect Ruthie Phoenix and her band to be your pansy singer-songwriter types – this chick’s got more balls than a golf tournament and more sass than a…… err well something really sassy
Capisce? are a sleek four man unit, with the sole purpose of making occasionally danceable, but always noisy rock music.
Blending the soul of Motown with the jagged aggression of The Clash, this Cardiff/Manc 4piece will make you want to eat your own testicles with excitement.
Saccharine voiced youngster.
After Maurice and Judy DJ from 1130 til 4am playing a mix of latest and classic indie, Motown, ska, funk, disco and forgotten pop classics.
£5 entry, £4 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)