Spear Street venue Soup Kitchen is no stranger to hosting an eclectic array of international talent, but we’ve been looking ahead to a run of superb shows in everyone’s favourite basement venue this Autumn. For your consideration, here are five picks we think you’ll want to check out…
Titus Andronicus // 3rd September
Punk/indie outfit Titus Andronicus offer an ‘acoustic’ take of their repertoire with a short UK tour, with latest album ‘A Productive Cough’ in tow. “Specializing in punk solutions since 2005” and admired for their genre-hopping, latest release ‘A Productive Cough’ has seen the band strip back their sound.
Draper & Man Without Country // 22nd September 2018
French/British producer Draper is teaming up with electronic artist Man Without Country for a co-headline tour across the UK. Known for his remixes of major mainstream artists, Draper’s live show is set to pack out the basement alongside Man Without Country who has returned strong with recent double A-side Lion Mind/Jaws of Life.
Oscar Jerome // 28th September
Classically trained and inspired by an eclectic range of jazz, Oscar Jerome will be stopping off at Soup during a short UK tour having honed his craft within the South London music scene.
Mikaela Davis // 2nd October
Wistful indie pop is the order of the day with a visit from New York singer-songwriter Mikaela Davis following the release of debut record ‘Delivery’. Listen to the superb title track below.
Men I Trust // 3rd October
Hailing from Montreal, expect “smooth sounds, calm melodies and simple rhythms” from indie trio Men I Trust. Since forming in 2014, the band have quickly amassed a strong following with a handful of chilled, danceable pop releases.
Tickets for Soup Kitchen shows can be purchased here.