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Monday 19th February 2018
7.30pm – 10.30pm / £8adv / 16+

Dead! announce the release of their debut album The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying via Infectious BMG on January 26th 2018.“There's blood, sweat, arguments, defining moments and some of the best and worst times of our lives in this album. But every band should have that in a debut record.”
The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying is the proud product of four fiercely focused people in their late teens and early 20s. /

Wednesday 21st February 2018
7.30 – 10.30pm / £7adv / 16+

Glasgow’s Catholic Action have announced the release of their debut album In Memory Of, released via Modern Sky. A vibrant collection of guitar-pop anthems, In Memory Of shines with pop-smarts, clever hooks and confidence rarely seen in a new act. Following a string of lauded singles, Catholic Action announce the debut record with brand new song ‘Propaganda’. A breakneck paced slab of punked up art-rock, ‘Propaganda’ typifies Catholic Action’s penchant for penning instantly memorable pop nuggets, with a sardonic and knowing sense of self.

Wednesday 21st February 2018
11pm - 3am / £5

Boogie on down to the gnarliest club night in town. Put on your best platforms, lycra and leg warmers and xpect to hear everything from Kate Bush to The Smiths and from Madonna to Talking Heads.

Thursday 22nd February 2018
11pm - 3am / £5 tbc
Friday 23rd February 2018
10pm - 3am / £5 adv / £7 otd

Reggae / Dancehall / Soca
Kioko are one of the most exciting, dynamic young bands in the UK right now. Massive reggae, soca and afrobeat-influenced tunes, big hooks, huge melodies and a pounding beat guaranteed to raise your heart and move your feet from seven genuine frontmen who have already won plaudits from David Rodigan and the great Lee 'Scratch' Perry. In 2017 we saved The Cellar. In 2018, Kioko are gonna wreck the place. Plus big, big sounds all night long from Count Skylarkin (Trojan Records) and special guests. / /

Saturday 24th February 2018
7.30 – 10.30pm / £8 / £16+

Desert Mountain Tribe got off to a flying start with early standout track ‘Coming Down’, which was featured on Reverb Conspiracy Volume 2, a release doublePheaded by the equally legendary imprints Fuzz Club Records and Austin Psych Fest. Debut album Either That Or The Moon was released in the spring of 2016 to a wealth of positive notices including respected platforms Drowned In Sound, Louder Than War and Classic Rock. The album picked up heavy rotation across U.S college radio and also the legendary KEXP where the band was invited to perform a live session. Recently the band has reaped ongoing support from BBC 6 Music and Virgin Radio via the release of a new Youth mix of album track Enos In Space (On top of the World)

Monday 26th February 2018
7.30 – 10.30pm / SOLD OUT / 16+

Manchester-based quartet Pale Waves began in the early 2010s when drummer Ciara Doran and vocalist/songwriter Heather Baron-Gracie met at a liquor store. The two became inseparable best friends and spent two years having out and working on songs in a very insular manner, eventually enlisting bassist Charlie Wood and second guitarist Hugo Silvani to transform their bedroom concept into a proper sound. In 2017 the group signed to indie label Dirty Hit, with their debut single 'There's a Honey' produced by members of labelmates The 1975.

Monday 26th February 2018
11pm - 3am / £5 ACE Members / £8

Hip Hop / Afrobeat / Raggae / Soca
Join us for the best in Hip Hop, RnB, Afrobeats, UK Rab, Reggae, Socia and Dancehall. DJ Ovaproff will be controlling the decks on the night and playing your favourite tunes!
There will be an all white dress code



Wednesday 28th February 2018
11pm - 3am / £5 adv / £6 otd

Disco / House / Techno
We’re taking you on a journey through places and genres, starting with the disco spirit of the 1970s, moving up through some funky house vibes before launching into a techno assault for the last hour of the night.

Thursday 8th March 2018
7:30pm-10pm / £7Adv / £9

This American electro-pop trio have been compared to groups such as Phoenix, MGMT, Everything Everything and Foster The People. Their vibrant live shows has have been stunning audiences in the States where they've sold out popular venues, charted on pop/alternative radio stations, and become a fixture on the music scene. This is their first visit to the UK.


Saturday 10th March 2018
10.30pm-3am / £5adv / £6 otd

Deep / Underground / House Music

SONDER is a new night of Pure Deep Underground House Music, bringing to you that Warmth, Atmospheric, Restrained & Imaginative Sound.