Hungary hits Highbury – Weds 7th July

The last Garage gig was the day England beat Switzerland and we all went Rooney crazy.

That is now no more than a distant memory, and as I write this the European Championship final is kicking off. On that European theme then, it is perhaps fitting that on Wednesday (July 7th) we entertain a band from the depths of Eastern Europe.

The Puzzle hail from Hungary and this will be their first UK gig. Signed to Universal in their homeland, they have recently gambled everything and relocated to London in order to break the western market. Their beautifully crafted pop-rock brought them massive success in Hungary, so be sure to catch them in the smallest of venues while you get the chance.

For more info, check out: link

Accelerator signed to Headwrecker records after a successful In The City performance. Having previously supported the like sof Miss Machine and 80’s Matchbox B-Line Disaster, the Brighton three-piece bring their unique brand of raucous rock to the Garage.

They recently released their “So Real” EP, the Glasswerk review of which can be found here: link

Occasionally the very best Glasswerk bands from other cities can be found showcasing their material in the big smoke. The likes of Cadium, 28 Costumes and Seven Hours have already performed Upstairs at the Garage, and tonight it is the turn of The Mags. With dozens of gigs already under their belts, and storming performances on BBC1 and at The Cavern, this is the first trip to Lonon for this Liverpool band.

More details and a lively set of comments can be found at: link

Lastly but by no means least, we have a very special late edition to the bill. Thrown straight into the headline slot is the quite simply, audibly stunning, I Thalamus. There is little more I can say than point you in this direction: link

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