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Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

Giant Peach
+ Askers Dodge

Giant Peach
Giant Peach are a four-piece indie band from Brighton. Meeting at Sussex University through various music projects, they formed Giant Peach earlier this year, exploring sounds that merge psychedelic grooves over canorous melodies and tightly packed harmonies, creating an indie-pop blend of fuzz-driven guitars and levitating 80s synths. They released their debut single ‘Melatonin’ in June via Beth Shalom Records. In October 2018, they were shortlisted out of 600 applicants for the Firestone Road to the MainStage competition. “As a unit, Giant Peach are incredibly tight live. They all stand out very well as individuals and work seamlessly as a team. They don’t focus on stage antics and don’t exchange much with the crowd. They let the music speak for itself… Giant Peach are very much a band worth your attention and worth getting excited about.” Brightons Finest

Klae are a female fronted five piece band hailing from Brighton. Consisting of driven riffs and thrashing guitars one moment and atmospheric soundscapes the next, Klae effortlessly combine harmonising styles to provide a gritty edge to their catchy pop melodies.

Askers Dodge
Askers Dodge is a blistering indie 4 piece international band based in Berlin, kindling shades of Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys and Black Sabbath. Shows are frequent and energetic, full of witty lyrics, thick guitar, and emotional theatre. All held up by a dancey rhythmic engine room which is capable of turning every night into a Saturday night. Be careful that their retro daydreams don’t turn you into the screaming teenagers of the 50’s. The group have a history on the local Berlin rock scene, a favourite of the concert series Basement Bash, they’ve played notable shows all over the city. Now their sights are set higher with new music releases planned.

Doors 7.30pm


Thursday, March 21st, 2019


+ Sugar Town

+ Ryan Weeks

To celebrate Ronnie’s debut single release, Ronnie has asked a few very talented friends to join her for a gig which celebrates the release of her first single ‘Loving You’. A night of pop, soul and a little rock n roll – you are guaranteed a great start to the weekend.


Drawing influence from neo-soul, jazz and pop – Ronnie blends melismatic melodies with dreamy chords progressions to tell stories of love and personal growth. After graduating from the Brit School in 2015, Ronnie moved from her home town of North London to Brighton where she has developed her songwriting and now has a talented group of musicians to play alongside her.

Sugar Town

Sugar Town, taking influence from bands such as the Beach Boys and the Beatles, use soaring melodies and three part harmony combined with contemporary guitar and songwriting to create their sound.
A fun and lighthearted energy sure to get you up and dancing like you’re back in the swinging 60’s.

Ryan Weeks

After buying his first guitar at 21, Ryan Weeks hasn’t stopped playing gigs up and down Kent and Sussex with headline shows and multiple BBC Kent appearances under his belt. Taking influence from Otis Redding, James Taylor with a touch of The Hives and indie rock mixed in for good measure.

Doors 8pm

£2.50 event/ronnie-debut-single- release/the-latest-music-bar/ 1323509


Friday, March 22nd, 2019

Lout Promotions present

+ Ready the Prince

First or last, somewhere you’ve ashed the cigarette that’s gonna take you down.

cleopatrick are a heavy alt-rock duo from the tiny town of Cobourg, Ontario – yup, the ‘c’ is lowercase.

Best friends since the first day of kindergarten, frontman Luke Gruntz and drummer Ian Fraser translate their lifelong connection into a powerful unification of sound. With a bastardized bass amp and split signal, Gruntz simultaneously commands the range of bass and guitar topped with provocative blues grooves and take-down breakdowns.

In early 2016, the pair recorded their first EP 14 in its entirety in a single studio session and was later dubbed one of the most promising acts of 2017 by 94.9 The Rock’s “Generation Next”. Now piling all of the torment and rhetoric that comes with chasing big ideas within the limits of a small town, cleopatrick is on a mission to reverse the stigma against modern rock bands, backed by the style, sound, and stats to prove it.

Upon releasing “hometown”, the first single off their upcoming sophomore EP the boys, cleopatrick amassed over 7 million Spotify streams in 6 months and have been featured on the front cover of  “Rock This”, the world’s largest rock playlist. Now in the global spotlight, the band is hitting the road with one and only one message: fuck whatever you think rock is.

Quote from Luke:
50 years ago, the term “Rock” was a frenzied, varying, and passionate kind of music that carried honest messages to its audiences by whatever means necessary — Rock was for people that had something to say.

In 2018, it’s really obvious that somewhere along the line, the term really lost its meaning. Every time someone refers to cleopatrick as a “Rock” band, it sounds immediately nostalgic, unsurprising, and passé.

That really pisses us off. There’s nothing more discouraging than being put in a box…all because you’re holding a Les Paul. That’s why we admire hip hop so deeply – because in so many ways it truly is the new rock. It’s constantly evolving, it’s raw, aggressive, and pure. It’s everything rock used to be.

So in our juvenile frustration, we bluntly say: fuck whatever you think rock is, because we’re about to change it all. Us and anyone who wants to come along, that is.

The band’s latest single, “youth”, was released worldwide June 29 in anticipation of a full summer/fall touring schedule across Canada, UK, and USA.

Doors 7:30pm
£8 adv Tickets £8 with NO BOOKING FEES from
Over 16’s only


Saturday, March 23rd, 2019

Private Party

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Sunday, March 24th, 2019

The Luck

‘The Luck’ is the London-born brother and sister duo of Max & Esmay Luck. Their music is influenced by childhood heroes Fleetwood Mac, The Cranberries, Tom Petty and The Eagles. The band began touring the U.K. and Europe before setting off for the US to develop their sound in California, playing iconic venues such as ‘The Troubadour’ in LA. Paul Broucke, President of Music at Warner Brothers Pictures, was in the audience at one of their shows and shortly after approached to work with them to produce their debut album. Together in LA the album was recorded, collaborating with three-time Grammy Award-winning engineer/mixer Ed Cherney (The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt) and three-time Grammy Award winning musician/engineer/mixer Paul Hicks to mix the tracks.

The Luck’s songs have been featured on U.K. television shows such as ‘Country File’ and ‘Hollyoaks’ as well as gaining radio play in the US and Europe. Their song ‘Muscles and Bones’, also won a first place prize in the Nashville-based International Songwriting Competition.

The band are now back in London, hosting the California-inspired monthly Americana club night ‘Ventura Nights’ in Soho whilst preparing to release their debut album to the world. The Luck are playing various festivals this summer including Chagstock, Cambridge Folk Festival, CarFest South, Folk on the Dock in Liverpool and have been chosen by the AMA UK to perform on their stage at The Long Road in September. With over two million Spotify streams they are ready to hit the UK hard!

This summer the band at festivals such as Cambridge Folk, The Long Road and Car Fest.

“Brother/sister duo Max and Esmay Luck know one another inside out. It’s this telepathic link that makes The Luck so enticing, with their crisp indie-folk soaring up to the heavens”

“The dual singing of Max and Esmay together is meticulous and it sparkles like a Roman candle”

Doors 7pm


Thursday, March 28th, 2019

Till Death Do Us Part: A Murder Mystery

You are cordially invited to the grand wedding of the darling Genevieve Anastasia Vivian Bucksworth and her dashing husband-to-be, Lawrence. They welcome you to a LETHALLY luxurious service and their FATALLY fancy reception.

Till Death Do Us Part is an original murder mystery comedy featuring improvisation and audience interaction (completely voluntary!). You are encouraged to play detective and figure out whodunnit by mingling with and interrogating characters.

For this formal event, please dress accordingly and bring as many +1s as you like (so long as each of them has a ticket!). A small buffet of snacks will be served to accompany any drinks you wish to buy at the bar during the wedding reception.

Our dearest Genevieve has requested for this event to have NO CHILDREN and she’s quite strict about that. This show contains strong language and adult themes throughout and has a recommended age of 15+.

Show 8pm (Doors open at 7:40pm). £8 in Advanced (plus booking fee), £10 on the door.

Friday, March 29th, 2019

The Making Of Paul Diello’s Epicene

A documentary film by William Ranieri

Paul Diello’s Epicene, the gender blending celebration of iconic women in music has received rave reviews and sold out venues for the last two years running during Brighton’s Fringe Festival. Filmmaker William Ranieri followed Diello and his 9 piece ensemble from the early stages of rehearsal to the final performance of Epicene 2018 to capture the essence of what the show is all about and get to know the team behind it in a beautifully put together documentary short.

The film will premiere at Latest Music Bar, Brighton on Fri 29th March. After the screening there will be a live performance from the band and followed by an after party featuring dance tunes from iconic female performers across the ages.

Doors 8pm

Tickets £8 in advance/£10 on the door