Head to Soho for Notes from Café

Hayes FM’s Hughie Dixon with high­lights from the live band scene

Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

NA­DIA, Bev­erly and Har­riet, those lively, crazy ladies from Hayes – aka The Tuts – have an­nounced their au­tumn tour dates, which in­clude two ap­pear­ances in Cam­den (see panel, right). Now, if you didn’t turn straight to this page after pick­ing up your Gazette this week, you may have missed the chance to see Hilling­don’s in­die-punk quin­tet So Low in Soho – sorry about that. But if it’s still Wed­nes­day af­ter­noon, you’re in with a chance.

Sound­ing in parts like a grunged-up Joy Di­vi­sion or a darker, heav­ier and more mas­cu­line ver­sion of Siouxsie and the Ban­shees, So Low are play­ing a set from their soon-to-be-re­leased EP, en­ti­tled Notes From a Café, at the rather in­ap­pro­pri­ately named – for this band at least – Jazz After Dark in Greek Street, Soho.

It’s just £5 on the door and they’re due on at 9pm. It’s strictly over-18s, so I’d bet­ter take my ID, and you should too. The clos­est Tube sta­tion is Tot­ten­ham Court Road.

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