East Village Arts Club
- Telephone 0151 559 3773
- Opening times Mon–Wed 5–11pm; Thu–Sun noon–1am.
- Website mamacolive.com/eastvillageartsclub/
Formerly the Royal Institute of Arts & Science, East Village Arts Club is an arts and culture club showcasing music, art and science events, as well as casual dining.
The nearest bus stop is Berry Street, and the 82, 82B, 82D, 184 and X22 all run nearby. Close by, Bond and Hanover Street are served by Hackney Carriage Taxis.
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The Dutch-born musician also known as Annelotte De Graaf performs her self-penned folk and esoteric pop.
The Big Moon
Alt.rock four-piece from Bridgeport, CT.
By The Rivers
The Leicester-based six-piece band plays music with elements of reggae, Afrobeat and soul. Co-headliners are Will & The People.
By The Rivers
Self-penned reggae tunes with positive messages from the Leicester-based six-piece.
The Dutch DJ duo Zki & Dobre supply house supported by Pep & Rash, Lucas & Steve and Higher Self.
Sat 19 Nov
Clean Cut Kid
Disjointed. funk-tinged indiepop.
Emmy the Great
Lo-fi London anti-folk songstress.
Eton Messy - In: Season Tour
The influential label has helped to launch the careers of many exciting producers thanks to an ardent following on YouTube. This stop on a wide-ranging UK tour boasts established and emerging DJs on the label, who spin house, deep house and electronic music with a chilled vibe.
The five-piece Brighton-based band performs its 1980s style new wave pop.
Costumed, heavy metal tribute to the Star Wars universe, including their own unique take on John Williams classic score
Contemporary jazz meets electronica from the Manchester-based three-piece.
The Brighton-based four-piece play their brand of summery, indie-pop music.
The vocalist and guitarist from Amsterdam performs alternative pop and rock.
Indie-rock quartet from Chester.
Thrilling grunge-pop from Nottingham.
Let's Eat Grandma
Teenage pop duo with gothic and folk overtones.
Lost In Translation
Female-fronted alt.rock band from Liverpool.
The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
The steam-punk quartet from London, who are named after a piece of graffiti found scrawled on a wall near the site of one of Jack The Ripper's murders, were the first musicians to release a single on wax cylinder for several decades. Their music is uproarious but their lyrics erudite, and they are genuinely funny.
Home grown talent Motherhood, a four-piece collective who have recently hit the music scene, perform their debut headline show tonight, playing their melodic, sugar-coated pop-rock material. Supported by pop duo Her's and electric-soul singer-songwriter, Sub Blue.
Motorheadache: A Tribute To Lemmy
Classic rock covers taking in Motorhead's 23 studio albums and featuring hits like Ace Of Spades, Overkill and We Are The Road Crew.
The Mouse Outfit
Hip hop and rap nonet featuring Dr Syntax and Sparkz.
Singer, songwriter and virtuoso guitarist Nick 'son of Roy' Harper takes his show on the road – attention all 'Harponauts' (as the man himself calls them).
The Night Cafe
Future Perfect presents The Night Cafe The Bullingdon Monday 5th December £6adv / 7.30pm / 14+
Psychedelic prog sounds from London.
Ren Harvieu & Romeo (The Magic Numbers)
The singer-songwriter from Salford, whose real name is Lauren Maria Harvieu, teams up with Stodart from brother-sister combo The Magic Numbers to perform their collaborative alternative pop material, as well songs from both of their respective back catalogues.
Fri 11 Nov
Indie-rock outfit from Liverpool who hit the charts in the mid-90s with the quirky 'Female of the Species' and 'The Ballad of Tom Jones'.
The ever-smooth R&B king returns with a new album.
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
Sabbath-heavy doomy metal with psychedelic overtones from the Cambridge-based combo.
The outfit, who frequented the music scene in 1979, performs new wave and power-pop.
Country singer-songwriter from Texas who recently collaborated with Randy Rogers.
The trio from Ealing perform post-punk tracks.