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From the blog

The Big Apple’s best-kept secret

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  “[Jeffrey Lewis is] The best lyricist working in the US today.” – Jarvis Cocker (Pulp)   “The Big Apple’s best-kept secret…. Genius-gone-ignored… mind-blowing.” – NME “Weird? Very… but also downright inspiring” (four of five stars) – Rolling Stone “Bizarre but brilliant” – Uncut “Dazzling” – Mojo Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts “A wordy force of[…]

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The cheeky blighter!

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How deputy Labour Party leader Tom Watson used to blag his way into Adelphi. Tom Watson studied politics at the University of Hull in the 1990s. Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has revealed his cunning trick to get into the New Adelphi Club for free while he was a Hull[…]

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Trevor Key’s Top 40

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Born in Hull, he grew up at 34 De Grey Street, he attended Hull School of Art & Design, Trevor Key (1947-1995), was a hugely influential and respected photographer who worked primarily in the music industry. Key’s most iconic sleeve is perhaps Mike Oldfield’s ‘Tubular Bells’, though he would also[…]

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All the threes

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The Adelphi and Paul Jackson will celebrate 33 years since the club opened as a music venue on Sunday 1st October 2017. Although the liquor licence was granted at 89 De Grey Street in 1923 when established as The Victory Club and Institute, The New Adelphi Club, as a music venue,[…]

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Mine’s a triple!

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A triple launch party this Sunday, September 24th, 2017 Doors: 8pm Entry: £3 Hull’s New Breed presents: – System Paralysis – Combining genres like Metal, Ska and Reggae with strong Punk undertones, System Paralysis have a distinctive sound which delivers powerfully on the stage.  Since forming in 2010, System Paralysis have conquered[…]

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It’s Fast and it’s Bulbous

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Fast and Bulbous An Adelphi fundraiser featuring a host of spectacular bands and entertainers. Saturday 19th August Bunkerpop – Black Kes – The Schoolgirls – Horseguards Parade The Evil Litter – Santas Bugger Boyz – Foolish Atoms Rosemary’s Baby – The Holy Orders – The Solitary Cadet Sunday 20th August[…]

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A NOT SO SECRET GIG!

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After Senseless Things’ triumphant sell-out return to the Adelphi in March, frontman Mark Keds is back to perform a ‘secret gig’ with his other band Deadcuts. FREE ENTRY! Deadcuts is a mix of Postpunk and Dark Pyschedelia formed on the first full moon of 2012 in London featuring Mark Keds formerly[…]

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“One of the World’s Great Bands” John Peel

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Mind-blowingly fast Japanese noise rock band Melt Banana found more success in the U.S. and the U.K. than in their own country, gaining a small but dedicated fan base among American and European punk rock fans. Although their music sounds noticeably different from any sort of traditional punk, it contains[…]

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Twisted pop magic of the highest order

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Since emerging from a disillusioned British music scene in 2000 with their critically acclaimed album ‘8 Track Sound System’, Fonda 500 have pre-empted musical styles and scenes, and released a succession of influential yet highly individual albums. Their release ‘Je M’appelle Stereo’ was no exception. True to form Fonda 500 are[…]

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Sound Of The Sirens

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‘Sound Of The Sirens‘ are a foot stomping, tear jerking, crowd engaging female folk/rock duo whose strengths lie in their passion, conviction and chemistry. There’s a certain transcendent magic that happens when two contrasting voices coalesce in perfect harmony. Imperceptibly, they can raise you from the temporal to the spiritual[…]

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