Slaves’ ‘Back In The Van Tour’ – 12th Sept

Slaves will play an exclusive show at The Harley on 12th Sept. Pre-order the new record before Tuesday to get at it.

18+. Please bring ID

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Help us support the Refugee Council

We’re proud to be supporting the vital and life-changing work of the Refugee Council through both Harley Live and Outlines.

We’ll have collection boxes and information on the door at all our shows, and anyone attending a show on the guestlist will be asked for a minimum donation of £1.

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Learn more about the Refugee Council’s work here.

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Outlines Festival is back!

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Outlines Festival will return to Sheffield for 2017, and this time, it’s TWO DAYS LONG.

Super-earlybirds are available for the new Sheffield music festival for just £10.00, while stocks last. They’re selling fast, so don’t sleep if you want to bag a bargain.

This year, the festival will be open to 14+ for the first time.

The team are hard at work on the lineup, and will be making some big announcements very soon. Last year saw the likes of Roots Manuva, Loyle Carner, Shura, Gang of Four, Spring King and more take over some of Sheffield’s finest stages. Expect big things.

Buy super-earlybird tickets here.

Join the event here.

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DTCV (ex-Guided By Voices) announced for the Harley 01.11

Anarcho-symbolist rock from DTCV (ex-Guided By Voices) come to The harley in November

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DTCV (PRONOUNCED DETECTIVE) was born late at night at a party in the Hollywood Hills mansion of a film producer, where Lola G., French musician in the L.A. stoner/garage scene met novelist, screenwriter, guitarist and ex-Guided By Voices bassist James Greer.

Lola quickly accumulated enough songs to record several albums. A first EP, BASKET OF MASKS, was recorded in the Oakland warehouse of garage prodigy Greg Ashley (The Gris-Gris, King Khan), followed by the album HOWEVER STRANGE released on Burger Records in 2012.

After a year of touring, DTCV released HILARIOUS HEAVEN (Xemu Records, 2013), an ambitious double album recorded by stoner legend Steve Kille of Dead Meadow. Later that year, a radical life change and desire to escape the domesticated world took them to the Mojave desert, where they settled in a Joshua Tree cabin and now live as desert hermits.

Desert life inspired the album UPTIME! which came out on Xemu and Lolipop Records (cassette) following THE EARLY YEAR, a comp of their early EPs/singles released by Mock Records in 2014.

In 2015, while listening to Clifton Chenier’s French Zydeco and the Nouvelle-Vague-inspired Brian Jonestown Massacre album Musique de film imaginé, Lola felt an urge to write songs in her native tongue and the resulting album CONFUSION MODERNE was recorded with psych guru Joel Jerome. CONFUSION MODERNE is a mix of classic French pop, garage, 60s
yé-yé, and DTCV’s own signature post-punk inflections that the band likes to call “Françoise Hardy fronting Buzzcocks.” The album is entirely written by Lola in French, with the exception of Greer’s corruscating screed against the domestication of rock “We Aren’t the Champions.”

DTCV (ex-Guided By Voices, Burger Records)
1st November 2016
The Harley, Sheffield
£8.00 adv

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Best Friends added to Nai Harvest at Queens!

Excited to announce Best Friends will join Nai Harvest at their Queens Social Club show on the 15th October!

Tickets for the show have been selling fast, so make sure you grab yours before they’re all gone. And after that have a boogie to this…


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