South African producer Nozinja is responsible for some of the most ridiculously exciting, Afro-futurist dance music around. Making dancefloor-igniting rhythms at 190bpm, he and his dance troupe Shangaan Electro are going to take to the Harley stage on Monday 5th May.
Yep, it’s that time already. We’re not even into April yet and we’re already well underway with some seriously exciting shows for autumn.
Our first Harley show of the new term will come from San Fransiscans Moon Duo. Made up of one-part Wooden Shjips (WS’ guitarist Ripley Johnson), the band’s hazy, fuzzed-up space-rock has produced three seriously special records so far. We can’t wait to welcome them to the Harley stage.
The band will play on 2nd September, and tickets for the show are onsale now.
We’re very excited to be able to welcome the awesome Ezra Furman to The Harley this April. The Chicagoan and his band The Boyfriends will play live in support of Ezra’s fifth album Day Of The Dog, which is out now.
Making a classic, Velvet Underground-tinged take on rock & roll, Ezra Furman’s music has earned him fans from 6Music to The Guardian. It also just happens that Day Of The Dog was one of our favourite records of 2013.
Right now, he is one of the best songwriters around. He rocks, he connects, he haunts and he kills. These days, he usually plays with his band The Boy-Friends. He’s one of our finest rock & roll fools, heart open wide and fangs bared. Keep your eyes peeled, ladies and gents. He’s far from finished.
Tickets for the show are onsale now from here or with no booking fee from The Harley, The Wick at Both Ends, Record Collector and The Old Sweet Shop.
So, Macaulay Culkin is part of a band called The Pizza Underground. They play pizza-themed covers of Velvet Underground songs. And now they’re playing at The Harley. No, really.
The Pizza Underground finally gets around to doing what we’ve all been thinking about for years: rewriting Velvet Underground songs to be about pizza. Band-members Matt Colbourn, Deenah Vollmer, Austin Kilham, Phoebe Kreutz and Macaulay Culkin will burn your mouth with low-fi hits like “All the Pizza Parties” (All Tomorrow’s Parties), “Pizza, It Hurts” (Venus in Furs), and “Take a Bite of the Wild Slice” (Walk on the Wild Side”). The band’s “Fresh to Your Door Tour” starts making deliveries to the U.S. in March.
“Pizza, It Hurts”! As committed devotees to a tenuous pun at Harley Live, we are 100% on board with the project. See also: the entire Twisted Burger Company menu.
Tickets are onsale from Friday 7th March from here or with no booking fee from The Harley, The Wick at Both Ends, Record Collector and The Old Sweet Shop. We’re strongly expecting this to sell out, so if you’re not going to be at Primavera watching St. Vincent, get your ticket quick to come and see…this.
After their sold-out Harley single launch party, we’re seriously happy to be able to welcome Sheffield indie-pop outfit High Hazels back to the Harley Live stage. The band will play a Queens Social Club headline show on 11th April, and tickets are onsale now.
Having been picked up by the likes of Amazing Radio, BBC 6 Music, The Shortlist and more, the band follow up last year’s debut single ‘Hearts Are Breaking’ with the release of new EP ‘In The Half Light’ this April.
‘In The Half Light’ is released on ltd edition 10″ vinyl and digital download on Monday 7th April through Heist Or Hit Records.