Freestyle bring the Jungle Brothers to the Hare & Hounds
We’re delighted to announce Freestyle returns to the Hare & Hounds and with it bring the Jungle Brothers, one of hip hop’s most influential and enduring acts, to town. Part of the Native Tongues collective (alongside De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest), The Jungle Brothers released their debut album “Done by the Forces of Nature” in 1988.
“I’ll House You” was the first hip house record from outside of Chicago to become a club hit and drastically changed the face of hip hop and dance music. Support on the night comes from quite possibly the UK’s finest MC Juice Aleem, with DJ sets from E Double D and Sam Redmore. £17.50 advanced tickets.
New Show Announcements
- Thursday 9th October – Hare & Hounds – This Is Tmrw Presents Childhood (Ages 14+)
- Monday 13th October – Hare & Hounds – Birmingham Promoters Present the Amazing Snakeheads
- Friday 24th October – Hare & Hounds – Seven Davis Jr & Kutmah
- Wednesday 19th November – Hare & Hounds – This Is Tmrw Presents Cloud Nothings
HARE AND HOUNDS
Friday 5th September – This Is Tmrw Presents Simian Mobile Disco (DJ Set)
We’re delighted to announce that This Is Tmrw will be bringing Simian Mobile Disco to the H&H on 5th September. The London based electronic/house music duo and production team, comprised of James Ford & Jas Shaw, announced in late April that they will begin the recording of a new album using only one synthesizer and one sequencer each. Advanced tickets are very close to selling out.
Friday 19th September – Hot Club De Swing with the Electric Swing Circus
Hot Club de Swing is back after our summer break with their first show of the Autumn, and the Electric Swing Circus is back in town! Fresh from their summer tour playing everywhere from Glastonbury, to Boomtown, Shambala, Swinamajig and everything in between, with a load of new tracks and a spring in their step. Advanced £8 tickets are on sale now.
Thursday 25th September – AEG Live Presents Woman’s Hour
Woman’s Hour are not your average band. The first clue comes in the name of the London-based swoon-pop four-piece, taken from a beloved female-focussed news and culture show on BBC Radio 4. The second is in their graphic, striking monochrome visuals, meticulously curated in collaboration with TATE and MOMA certified fine artists Oliver Chanarin and Adam Broomberg. These play with shape and texture, much like their powerful, iridescent music. On their excellent debut album ‘Conversations’, this has the intricate construction and intimacy of The xx and the iridescent shimmer of summer-defining indie pop.
Friday 26th September – Jam Hott Presents DJ Yoda
After a hugely successful show last year, Jam Hott returns to the H&H to bring everyone’s favourite cut & paste master, DJ Yoda, to Birmingham. London born Duncan Beiny better known as DJ Yoda, is a hip hop turntablist who uses samples to create a cartoony musical style. Support on the night comes from the Jam Hott residents Ben Dunn & DJ Mylz. Advanced £13.50.
Saturday 27th September – House Sound Of Birmingham Presents Marshall Jefferson & Maurice Fulton
To celebrate 30 years of house music, we’ve bought together 2 pioneers of house and electronic music, alongside some of Birmingham’s finest DJs, live art and much more. This is a truly one off event hosting in one of Birmingham’s most iconic venues. Expect an evening showcasing a 30 year history of house on one hell of a sound system. Demand is very high and capacity is limited.
Tuesday 30th September – Birmingham Promoters Present the Phantom Band
The Phantom Band is a Scottish, Glasgow-based indie rock band, consisting of Duncan Marquiss (guitar), Gerry Hart (bass), Andy Wake (keyboards), Rick Anthony (vocals and guitar), Iain Stewart (drums) and Greg Sinclair (guitars). They come to the H&H in support their latest album ‘Strange Friend’ which was released in June 2014. Support on the night comes from Gulp with advanced £9 tickets available.
The Bull’s Head
Wednesday 3rd September – Impact Presents Dubcherry
With their polished vocals and tight beats last year saw Dubcherry hit the festival scene, playing events such as the Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul Festival at The Yardbird Jazz Club. The band have also attracted broadcast attention, as BBC WM 95.6FM invited them to record a Christmas special, and, earlier this year, to play their prestigious BBC Introducing show. Support on the night comes from Barrowclough and entry will cost just £1 on the door.
Friday 5th September – MODO with Jay Sirett
M O D O are bringing the fresh sound of a new wave of house music to your favourite local venue for your enjoyment. Think Hot Since 82, Jamie Jones, Lee Foss and all of the Hot Creations crew that draw on the rhythms, vocals and melodies of house music with a strong Detroit techno, soul, jazz and even reggae influence. DJing the night is Jay Sirett, Finn Bell & Steffan Taylor back to back with Miguel Verde. It all kicks off at 9pm and is free entry all evening.
Sunday 14th September – Bohemian Jukebox with Gypsyfingers
Gypsyfingers are a British cinematic folk duo – the collaborative musical creation of songwriter Victoria Coghlan & producer Luke Oldfield. (Mike Oldfield’s son). Together they blend the genres of folk, pop, spoken word, classical and electronic embedding magical songs in subtle soundscapes. Victoria and Luke play almost all sounds and instruments themselves creating a modern orchestra of acoustic and electric instruments and textures. Also playing the night is Ducth Cousins and Pomander. Entry is free but donations for the acts are welcomed.
Wednesday 24th September – This is Tmrw Presents Mazes
The Manchester based three piece will be touring in support of their new album entitled ‘Wooden Aquarium’. Recorded in New York alongside producer Jonathan Schenke (Parquet Courts), it’s a record that sees their already frenetic, rhythm-centric sound build and build into a new world. Advanced £6 tickets.
Tuesday 30th September – This Is Tmrw Presents Fear of Men
This Is Tmrw bring Brighton based Fear of Men to the Bull’s Head this September. The band came together in early 2011 after Jessica Weiss and Daniel Falvey met, Weiss had been creating soundtracks for her short films and she met Falvey at one the exhibitions for her films. Falvey, a guitarist and a fellow art student, liked her recordings and they started working together to create a more pop sound. Advanced £6 tickets are on sale now.
Most of the tickets for events at both venues will be available through: www.theticketsellers.co.uk unless otherwise stated on the website: hareandhoundskingsheath.co.uk/event-listings/