The first ever edition of UGH, a brand spanking new club night curated by writer Meg Sullivan and partner in promotions Lily Walker, will be kicking off at the cornerstone of Digbeth’s charmingly grimy scene, The Rainbow, on Friday July 13.
The inaugural night’s line-up includes the warped rhythms and ice cold blues of Surrey based Mafia Lights, Manchester’s Moscow Youth Cult and the synth- rock combination of Mowbird.
UGH aims to promote the bands that Meg and Lily believe in and make those who attend dance a little, even if it’s on the inside. Who knows, UGH may well join the crowd of thriving taste-makers in Birmingham’s promotions scene.
And when they are boasting a line up like this, taste-maker-stardom beckons. They already have a star-studded DJ ready to go behind the decks in the form of Adem Hilmi; Pete Doherty’s producer.
Check out the bands that UGH have to offer while they are still small. UGH is going to be the transitional period club night for all the big names of the future. Age restriction is 16+ and it’s £6 entry. Get down for 7.30pm to get on down until 1am.
For more information, check out the event on facebook at UGH @ The Rainbow Courtyard.
About Jack Parker
I am a new music fan more than anything else: the latest thing is the greatest thing for me. But I still have time for the golden oldies of music. My favourite band of all time has to be Weird Dreams.