Wrexham’s new indie sensations The Royston Club have announced details of a UK tour run in Spring 2021. Despite only forming in 2019, the quartet have already self-released an EP and amassed 700,000+ Spotify streams, sold out their debut headline dates months in advance and in a matter of days, and cemented a loyal and … Continued

Donation details for week commencing 6th July 2020 (all PayPal unless stated): Wednesday 8th July 8PM: Daisy Chute – PayPal.me/daisychute Thursday 9th July 8PM: Lauren Davidson –laurenNdavidson@yahoo.com Saturday 11th July 8PM: Zoee – paypal.me/pools/c/8kLP6GLtdB Sunday 12th July 8PM: Lockeland – Donation details for week commencing 15th June 2020 (all PayPal unless stated): Tuesday 16th June … Continued

Gig-goers, As you may have noticed, we are going through the process of postponing all of our March and April events. We are rescheduling these shows to new dates wherever possible, and tickets will of course remain valid for these new dates. As things stand, May and June shows are proceeding and we will monitor … Continued

Modern Age Music are proud to announce the return of the latest instalment of Soma Festival, the London all-dayer with the UK’s best new bands. The event will take place on April 11th at the famous Half Moon in Putney, London, with a selection of established and brand new artists playing all day, plus Radio … Continued

Leeds trio Brooders have shared new single ‘Drone’ ahead of the planned release on February 28th. After releasing six singles through 2019, the band say they are stepping into the new year “with a heavier perspective than ever”. ‘Drone’ is a sign of things to come, with a high speed grungey riffs, punk vocals and … Continued

Modern Age Music ‘Ones to Watch’ Weekend Recovery headline Network 2 in Sheffield on 22nd February ahead of their debut album release this April. The Leeds-based band caught up with Louise Schofield ahead of their headline show at 229 London earlier this month.

Galaxy Thief hit the road this February/March as one of Modern Age Music’s ‘Ones To Watch’ in 2020. The four-piece caught up with Louise Schofield ahead of their live set at 229 in London this January. Full video below. Full Tour Dates: Thu 20 Feb – Worthing – Bar 42 (16+) Fri 28 Feb – … Continued

Cornish four piece The Velvet Hands are fast building a reputation as one of the must-see new bands on the UK circuit, with early comparisons to New York bands The Strokes and Parquet Courts. 2019 saw them support Liam Gallagher and Paul Weller, play major festivals such as Isle of Wight, and undertake their own … Continued

Brighton-based three-piece Five Kites played a blistering live set at 229 London on 13th December, as they warmed up for a six-date UK tour run in February. The band caught up with Louise Schofield ahead of the show. All tour dates are on sale now HERE. Feb 2020 15 – Brighton, The Prince Albert 19 … Continued

The Velvet Hands return to London on Friday 13th December to play 229 The Venue alongside Pretty Vicious, for the Modern Age Music end of year party. The Cornish four piece are fast building a reputation as one of the must-see new bands on the UK circuit, with early comparisons to New York bands The … Continued

The latest Modern Age Music ‘Song of the Week’ is the final track on ‘Beauty of Youth’, the debut album from Pretty Vicious. Grab tickets for their final ever London show HERE. Full write-up on Indie Central Music HERE.

Modern Age Music are proud to be supporting Independent Venue Week in 2020, and are delighted to be hosting Indoor Pets in Worthing on Friday 31 January. The event will be held at newly established venue The Factory Live, with Kent’s connoisseurs of dirty pop Indoor Pets taking the headline slot. The band have risen … Continued

Modern Age Music are proud to present an end-of-year celebration.. The date is Friday 13 December, and the venue is central London’s 229 The Venue 2. Headlining the live show are Pretty Vicious, undoubtedly one of the UK’s most revered bands in recent years. The band play live in London for the last time, with … Continued