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New Show: Ghostpoet

We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be bringing Ghostpoet to Mamma Roux’s on Tuesday 31st October. Immigrant Boogie marks the first new material from Ghostpoet since the release of his third and much lauded, Mercury-nominated Shedding Skin album in 2015. Swathed in post-punk virtuosity, Immigrant Boogie is a narrative only too[…]


New Show: The Goon Sax

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be bringing Australia’s The Goon Sax to the Hare & Hounds on Monday 5th June. Louis Forster, James Harrison and Riley Jones are all 17-18 years old. They make pop music. They have refined tastes – they love the Pastels, Talking Heads, Galaxie 500, Bob[…]


New Show: Jesca Hoop

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be brining Jesca Hoop to the Hare & Hounds on Monday 27th November. Jesca Hoop has lived all over the map, and her rich life experience is reflected in her distinctive voice and natural gift for inventive song craft. Hoop learned to sing at[…]


Cloud Nothings Next Wednesday at the H&H

We’re delighted to be bringing Cloud Nothings back to the H&H next Wednesday 22nd March. Cloud Nothings was founded in a Cleveland basement, the one-man recording project of Dylan Baldi, an unassuming, then 18-year-old student of song with a breathtaking ear for melody. Prolific from the start, Baldi’s early work[…]


New Show: Joe Goddard (Live)

We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be bringing Joe Goddard (Live) to the Hare & Hounds on Wednesday 3rd May Joe Goddard, member of Hot Chip and the 2 Bears, songwriter, producer, DJ, remixer and co-founder of the Greco-Roman label. Like Four Tet, Caribou and Jamie xx, Joe combines a thirst[…]

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Dutch Uncles at the Hare & Hounds

We’re delighted to be welcoming Manchester’s idiosyncratic art-popologists Dutch Uncles back to the Hare & Hounds in support of their latest full length offering Big Balloon next Monday 6th March. Taking musical inspiration from kate bush’s the red shoes, low-era david bowie, some slightly-less fashionable records belonging to their dads and[…]

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New Show: Hazel English

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be bringing Hazel English to the H&H on Sunday 21st May. Like any flailing twenty-something, Oakland-based Australian Hazel English feels an anxiety-inducing lack of control. The kind you feel when relocating over 12,000 miles across the globe, knowing all but no one in your new[…]

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Tonstartssbandht Next Tuesday at the H&H

We’re teaming up with Killer Wave to bring Tonstartssbandht to the Hare & Hounds next Tuesday 21st February. The Florida-raised, Brooklyn-based brothers Edwin and Andy White make up the eclectic, endlessly touring collagist psych duo Tonstartssbandht (pronounced “Ton Starts Bandit”). For the majority’s of the band’s lifespan, the two brothers have lived apart—Andy in[…]


New Show: WHY?

We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be bringing WHY? to the Hare & Hounds on Tuesday 6th June. The final words sung on the sixth album by WHY? are an apt place to begin: “Hold on, what’s going on?” Because while there’s much familiar about the oddly named Moh Lhean—[…]


New Show: Julie Byrne

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be teaming up with Moseley Folk Festival to bring Julie Byrne to the H&H on Wednesday 24th May. The New York based singer-songwriter will be landing at the H&H in support of her latest full length offering ‘Not Even Happynes., and album which has the lucidity and[…]