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PM’s March Gig Guide

It’s February, the never ending January (metaphorical or otherwise) has finally come to an end. Everyone can safely ditch their new year’s resolutions and pack it in with the ‘holier than thou’ because they went 30 days without a tab or a packet of crisps. We get it, you have moderate self control. Withe everyone back on their bullshit, grab a ticket to one of next month’s gigs, get daft and have a laugh. There’s plenty to choose from.

March

01: Sleaford Mods and Guests @ Boiler Shop

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03: The Vices, Kewen and Jay Landman @ Tyne Bank Brewery

All the way from mainland Europe, The Vices are a band that came together fairly recently. Their debut single is yet to hit streaming sites so to be in on the next big thing get down to Tyne Bank Brewery, this isn’t to be missed.

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07: Red Rum Club, Kahuna, Picnic @ Head of Steam

The Scouse four piece Red Rum Club have been turning heads for a while in the Liverpool circuit but following the release of their debut album Matador back in January, everyone is beginning to catch on. Alongside local gems Kahuna and Picnic it’s assured to be a night to remember.

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08: Deep.Sleep, Cohesion and Runners @ The Cluny 2

Following a trip to the Netherlands next week, the local lads shall be doing their biggest gig to date at The Cluny 2 in conjunction with Scruff of the Neck, things are on the up and up for Deep. Sleep. With tunes like ‘Soho’ and ‘1994’ you may as well get down the front and have a dance.

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10: Lany @ Newcastle Uni

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13: Self-Esteem @ Think Tank?

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14: The Stranglers @ O2 Academy

The original rockers, known for hits like ‘Golden Brown’ in 1981, then re-surfacing in 2010 thanks to the film Snatch. This is sure to be a night drenched in nostalgia so head down to the O2 Academy and strut around to ‘Peaches’ for old times’ sake.

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16: The Yada Yada Yadas, The Jjohns and Salsona @ Tynemouth Surf Cafe

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20: Blue Planet 11 @ Metro Radio Arena

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22: Swine Tax @ Star and Shadow Cinema

Swine Tax are a band that often escape my vocabulary, often resulting in trying to sing riffs. Seeing them live explains the phenomena that makes them such a favourite around the North East. This will be their last show before they venture off for a round of European shows so come down to give them a proper (temporary) send off.

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23: Fossway, Tranqua Lite, Shoot Wrestler @ Head of Steam

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25: Deaf Havana and Guests @ Middlesbrough Empire

This may be a bit of a distance from Newcastle but Deaf Havana have consistently been one of best bands around lyrically since their 2012 album Fools and Worthless Liars, there’s no doubt that in an intimate venue like The Empire that their songs will come to life.

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26: Picnic, Be Quiet. Shout Loud! and Great Waves @ Little Buildings

What a lineup this is! Pillar Artists’ final show at Little Buildings (Ford Street anyway) is sure to be an emotional affair with three incredible local acts to give it the send off it deserves. It might be a school night but it’ll be a night to remember for sure.

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27: Benjamin Francis Leftwich @ Wylam Brewery

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29: Laurens Court, Beachmaster, Elephant Memoirs and Palm Beach @ Head of Steam

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If you have a gig in Newcastle that you want featured, drop us a line at contact@peanutmixtape.com with the date, venue, acts and a ticket link and we’ll put it in the gig guide.

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