Pennyblackmusic Presents: Heist & Idiot Son + The Volunteered & Simon Bromide

Headlining are Heist with support from Idiot Son , The Volunteered and Simon Bromide
Hosted at the Water Rats London, Saturday 10th September. Doors open 7:30; First band on at 7:45; Admission £10 on the door or £8 in advance from We got Tickets
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Tara McEvoy - Reviews

Blood Orange

Coastal Grooves
Fabulous debut album from Blood Orange, the side project of Dev Hynes of Lightspeed Champion

Bon Iver

Bon Iver
Flavourless second album from the much acclaimed Bon Iver, the project of elusive Wisconsin musician Justin Venon

Washed Out

Within and Without
Refreshing, astounding and frequently brilliant debut album from Washed Out, one of the main acts of the Chillwave movement and the project of Georgia-based bedroom artist Ernest Greene

Is Tropical

Native To
Catchy, but flawed debut album from acclaimed London-based three-piece, Is Tropical

Crystal Stilts

Shake the Shackles
Uplifting latest single from previously often seen-as-inaccessible New York post punk act, Crystal Stilts

Cloud Control

Bliss Release
Startingly mature and totally compelling debut album from Australian pop act, Cloud Control

Cloud Control

There's Nothing in the Water We Can't Fight
Boundary-breaking and totally infectious second single from Australian band, Cloud Control

Simon Says No!

Simon Says No!
Challenging, yet totally captivating and unique debut album from Norwegian-based shoegazing/punk act, Simon Says No!


Distinctive, but confusing and frequently inaccessible debut album from Grimes, the project of Montreal-based musician Claire Boucher

James Vincent McMorrow

Early in the Morning
Superbly understated debut album from Dublin-based singer-songwriter, James Vincent McMorrow

Voluntary Butler Scheme

La Chevruel EP
Experimental, but flawed new EP from the Voluntary Butler Scheme, the project of Stourbridge musician Rob Jones, which finds him moving away from his indie pop roots and into electronica

Anna Calvi

Anna Calvi
Captivating and distinctive eponymous debut album from timeless-sounding London-based singer-songwriter, Anna Calvi

Hundred in the Hands

Dazzling latest single from New York-based electronic duo, the Hundred in the Hands

James Vincent McMorrow

If I Had a Boat
Distinctive and endearing folk on new EP from young Irish singer-songwriter, James Vincent McMorrow


Enthralling eponymous debut album from Pennyslvanian-based shoegazing band, Soars


Terrible Love
Discordantly beautiful, but unnecessary alternative version of previous National single, one of the tracks from their outstanding 'High Violet' album

Surf City

Monotonous and gimmicky stoner pop on debut album from hyped New Zealand-based band, Surf City

Maps and Atlases

Perch Patchwork
Astounding merging of pop, folk, indie and math rock on remarkable debut album from experimental Chicago-based group, Maps and Atlases

Twin Shadow

Lyrically tormented, but musically dance-friendly electronica on first-rate debut album from Twin Shadow, the project of Dominican Republican-born musician George Lewis Jr


Golden Sky
Anthemic and uplifting sun drenched pop on new single vinyl and download only single from Australian band, the Holidays

White Rabbits

The Salesman (Tramp Life)
Thought-provoking and hoepfully breakthrough new single from New York-based indie pop act, the White Rabbits

Will and the People

Morning Sun
Lyrically daft, but musically upbeat and appealing debut album from Brighton-based group Will and the People

Local Natives

World News
Potentially promising single from LA-based art rockers Local Natives, which, however, seems better suited to being an album track

Chris Riffle

Bland and cliched debut album from New York-based singer-songwriter, Chris Riffle

Gaslight Anthem

The Diamond Church Street Choir
Jubilant latest single from their much acclaimed 'American Slang' album for New Jersey rockers, the Gaslight Anthem

Kissing Party

The Hate Album
Promising, yet sometimes flawed third album from Denver indie pop act, the Kissing Party

Club Smith

The Process EP
Anthemic second EP from Leeds indie rock act Club Smith, who seem destined for mainstream success


July Song
Infectious second single from her 'More Than Dawn' debut album for Chatham-based bedroom electronic artist, Kah

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