There’s nothing better for weary heads than a cheeky midweek gig to keep the weekend embers glowing. If you’re in need of some sonic stoking, get yourself down to Marie-Antoinette and get fired up to the sounds of Early Labyrinth.
Born in the midst of the pandemic as an antidote to neoliberal malaise, the Berlin-based band are carving out a name for themselves on the city’s soundscape with their unique brand of anti-establishment anthems. Their self proclaimed “thematically punk” style goes beyond the anarchic riffs, incorporating more soulful strands into their politically-charged tunes.
If that wasn’t enough of a coup, special guest Harman Holiday will be opening proceedings with a one-off, immersive stage show. Lending the talismanic artist a hand are fellow performers Bless Trebble and Jakob Federico, ensuring the night’s goings on get underway with suitable swagger. Revolutionise your Wednesday plans and pitch up for a dance.