What’s Next?

The bank holiday weekend is drawing to a close, the festival is nearly over, livers are surrendering and the horror of work looms above the horizon, but don’t fret! Over the next couple of months Crewe will experience a couple of genuine honest-to-goodness legends, but we’re also used to getting what we want now so there are plenty of legends-in-waiting to choose from in the meantime.

Having seen up-and-comers Alvarez Kings support Bloc Party I’d recommend paying a visit to The Box this Thursday — I’ll almost guarantee it’ll be an “I saw them before they were famous” story in a year’s time; they’re joined by post-garage outfit The Rittz and local pop-punk newcomers Autumn Fall.

Less likely to enjoy mainstream success, but perhaps all the better for it, is Friday’s pairing of Serpico and Rig Up Explode, with additional support from Nantwich’s improbably named Sam Buchanan and the Bathroom Crooners. The combination may not be for the faint-hearted but it’s certain to bring joy to anyone who likes their tunes a little left of field.

If, on the other hand, you’re after a blast from the past then you could do worse than head down to The Limelight where Thursday and Friday night offer two chances to relive the days of hair-metal and monstrous rock ballads — Thursday puts the focus heavily on Van Halen, while Friday casts a wider net over the unforgettable sounds of 80s rock. Skin-tight acid-washed jeans optional!


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