This American duo have been making music since 2013 but in the last four years, they’ve already released two albums. Their debut album, ‘Sylvan Esso’ released in 2014 reached number 4 in the US Electronic Albums Chart. They followed this up with the released of ‘What Now’ earlier this year which reached number 4 in the US Top Rock Albums Chart, proving how eclectic and unique their music is.
If you missed out on their show at SWG3 TV Studio in Glasgow on Sunday 12th November, you can bag a general admission ticket here.
The War on Drugs
This indie rock band have been going for over ten years now. They’ve released four studio albums, and two EP’s so it’s fair to say they’re experienced in the industry. But they’re showing no signs of slowing down after reaching number 3 in the US Adult Alternative Songs Chart earlier this year with their track, ‘Holding On’. They’re veterans when it comes to performing so you’re always guaranteed a great show.
Don’t worry if you didn’t get tickets for their show at O2 Apollo, Manchester as there are two standing on sale here.
The Zimbabwe-born British musician is clearly influenced by many different genres. With a mix of R&B, indie and electronic all being heard in his music, he proves himself to be one of a kind. He released his first studio album, ‘Rationale’ under the stage name Rationale earlier this year, following two EP releases, ‘Fuel to the Fire’ in 2015, and ‘Vessels’ in February.
You can grab two general admission tickets to his show at The Hare and Hounds in Birmingham on Monday 13th October here.
A man who doesn’t need much introduction. He’s made his career through having very recognisable large black hair (although that’s significantly lessened over the years), using a ridiculous amount of long words, and being very witty. He’s starred in numerous funny films such as ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall’ and ‘Get Him to the Greek’, as well as lending his voice to Dr. Nefario in ‘Despicable Me’.
Three seated tickets are on sale for his show at the Anvil, Basingstoke on Thursday 16th November here.
You may not know him by his birth name, Vernor Winfield McBriare Smith IV, but his face is becoming more recognisable by the year. He released his first full-length studio album back in 2012, and has released another two since then as well as two LP’s. Before that, he released four EP’s. It’s impossible to describe his music as one particular genre, but it’s a mix of indie rock, psychedelic, jangle pop and much more.
He’s performing at The Coronet Theatre, London on Friday 17th November and there are three tickets up for grabs here.
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