Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Who is that peeking through those curtains???

Yes!

It's wonderful purveyor of Welsh pop music Euros Childs

He's back and we're going to be celebrating with him in Wharf Chambers in Leeds on November 28th.





Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Post-punk legends Wire are playing The Crescent in York on October 29th!




Monday, 7 August 2017

Matthew E. White​ visits York for the first time in October for a rare solo show.
 
To celebrate we're giving away a pair of tickets, his latest record on vinyl, plus a Spacebomb Records goodie bag to one lucky winner.
 
The comp is on Facebook I'm afraid, you have to go over here and tag your friend that deserves our prize in the comments section.

We've also got a bunch of this limited poster printed up for those at the show. Hopefully we'll just be giving those away on the merch desk.


http://pleasepleaseyou.blogspot.com/p/upcoming-shows.html

Thursday, 20 July 2017

We're delighted to welcome New York via California singer Margaret Glaspy to York for the first time in September. Last year's debut album 'Emotions & Math' earned her slots at Green Man and this years End Of The Road festivals and this is an opportunity to hear songs from that record and what she and her band have been working on since.


http://pleasepleaseyou.blogspot.com/p/upcoming-shows.html


Wednesday, 21 June 2017

We're very pleased to welcome Richmond, VA. Singer-songwriter, bandleader and Spacebomb Studio supremo Matthew E White to York for the fist time in October.

This is a solo show previewing works in progress and older classics. General sale on Friday 23rd June, special in-the-know presale via this link til then.

http://www.seetickets.com/event/matthew-e-white-solo/the-crescent-york/1118487

Thursday, 15 June 2017

We're incredibly happy to announce two stunning psychedelic rock shows which are coming to York later this year courtesy of the amazing people at No Quarter Records

Chris Forsyth is a guitar player from Philadelphia, joined by his motorik Solar Motel Band. Their long guitar vs keyboard jams regularly result in a heady cacophony.

http://pleasepleaseyou.blogspot.com/p/upcoming-shows.html


A month or so later in the same venue we're able to treat you to a rare UK show from one for the best weirdo-rock bands in the business. Endless Boogie are a New York based four piece play out-there groove rock like you've not heard before. Very, very special.

http://pleasepleaseyou.blogspot.com/p/upcoming-shows.html