23 April:

 

30 April:

Notting Hill Live presents
Blackjack London

 

Notting Hill Live presents
Death2Disco

with
live:
Katie Coleman (pic), Dance A La Plage, Little Grim
decks:
Jimmy Plates and Blackjack London DJs

Tonight is hosted by Blackjack London, who already host a monthly night at The Social and presented their own stage at The Great Escape last year. They'll be back at The Great Escape and hosting stages at Camden Crawl this year.

Darlington/ London based pop-soul singer-songwriter Katie Coleman celebrated her 20th birthday in April by releasing her debut single, 'One More Lonely Heart,' as a free download. That's after she recorded vocals for Tinchy Stryder's upcoming single, 'Misunderstood', and follows two years during which she's been working with the writers and producers behind Adele, Sam Preston, Lana Del Ray and James Morrison developing her sound and recording her debut EP with Ian Dowling and Mike Bianco.

Dance A La Plage are an Oxford-based four-piece band who play feelgood summer indie rock you'll want to hear at festivals like Spring Hop and Red Festival. They have played with the likes of Jaws, Pixel Fix, Coats and more and release their new EP, 'Hope,' on April 22.

Surrey based four-piece alt rock act Little Grim with dark, emotive lyrics and music inspired by Arctic Monkeys, Nirvana and Radiohead. Their debut EP is out now on Soundcloud (free download)

In between the live sets Jimmy Plates and Blackjack London DJs will be spinning past and present rock, hip hop and soulful grooves.

7pm - 2am / £5 (£3 concs)

 

with
live:
The Little Kicks, Go Native, Seb Stone (pic)
decks:
DJs Danny Watson and Nigel Thomas

The legendary midweek live music club Death2Disco returns to shake up Wednesday (and mess up Thursday) with the best new bands plus resident DJs playing the best indie, '60s, rock, punk and soul!

After a storming show with us in May last year, we're thrilled to have The Little Kicks back for a hugely-deserved headline show! This Scottish indie pop four-piece write catchy indie pop songs and gig like troupers - they've played with Foals, The Vaccines, Frightened Rabbit, Maximo Park, Mystery Jets, The Kooks, Editors and The Macabees! Come and see why they've been getting played on BBC Radio 1, Radio 2 and 6 Music.

Manchester's Go Native "are a band that deserve all the hype and attention they are getting right now." The four-piece have just released their début EP, 'Sleep Patterns', via Manchester's Scruff of the Neck Records which is receiving a lot of blogosphere love... "Simply put it's a great introduction to the band, a journey through the murky passageways of Go Native's dark, synth-laden dreams."

Artist and multi-instrumentalist Seb Stone released two EPs, 'Human' and 'Ordinary You' in 2012 and the 'Circles' EP in October last year. Written, arranged, produced and performed entirely by Seb, 'Circles' crosses many different genres from pop, rap, and rock to indie-pop. Those of you who saw Seb at the club in September will understand why we're so happy to have him back

Death2Disco DJs Danny Watson and Nigel Thomas keep indie-rockin' floor fillers '60s soul and punk classics coming till 2am.

7pm - 2am / £5 (£3 concs)

Please remember to bring your photo ID to the venue, especially if you are under 25.