Weekly Music Guide – 16.11.2021

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Music fans, we’re here with your weekly Leicester music guide featuring news and interviews from across the local scene.

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Diary Dates

Missing Andy – Saturday 18 December
The Shed

Missing Andy are a British mod influenced band based in Essex.

Fightmilk – Sunday 16 January

Formed in the beer gardens of London in 2015, Fightmilk create sweary, stroppy, shouty 90’s tinged pop-punk, and take influence from Sharon van Etten, The Beths, Charly Bliss, Bully, Speedy Ortiz, Liz Phair, The Lemonheads and Japanese Breakfast.

The KVB – Friday 28 January
O2 Academy

A dark wave, post punk, shoegaze band from London.


SPOTLIGHT – 110 Above Festive

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Festival tickets make excellent Christmas presents and one local festival has made the first of their 2022 line-up announcements with a cracking load to start!

110 Above Festive is one of the UK festival scenes best hidden gems. Held annually at Gopsall Farm in Twycross, organisers have built a reputation for providing a place to discover your new favourite band as they showcase breakthrough talent alongside more established artists.

Leading the first announcement is Everything Everything. The Manchester outfit are known for their falsetto vocals blended with synths, guitars and discordant pop hooks, and they’ll be headlining Saturday night of the festival. Joining them for special afternoon sets will be Liverpool’s alternative rock sextet, Red Rum Club, and indie-rock favourites, The Sherlocks.

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Elsewhere on the line-up you’ll fine alt-rock multi-instrumentalist, Baby Queen, as well as Nottingham’s indie-pop favourite, Saint Raymond.

Alfie Templeman will bring his mis of melody and lovelorn lyrics to the farm festival site, with alternative indie-folk two piece, Kawala, also on the bill.

Favourites including Spector, The Academic, Vistas, are also on the initial line-up announcement.

The festival site is at Gopsall Farm, a small farm near to Twycross Zoo. As well as 3 stages (The Commune Stage, Old Town Hall Stage and Gopsall Stage), festival goers can also look forward to pop-up performances in unique spaces, comedy, arts & crafts and more.

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TMRW Magazine – “Still Indie’s best kept secret”

Tickets for 2022 are on sale now with payment plan options also available. Buy from the 110 Above website.



Our weekly playlist is a selection of the best acts coming to Leicester over the coming weeks. Check them out and book some tickets.

Have a listen and get in touch to tell us which tracks you’re loving.


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