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House of All + Oldfield Youth Club

19 April @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

£21.00
House of All Brighton

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House of All Brighton

House of All play Brighton at The Hope & Ruin on Friday 19th April 2024. Get tickets with only a £1 booking fee above, or from Seetickets.

How odd it is that the first reports of the existence of HOUSE Of ALL only appeared only early this year, followed by a magnificently-received debut album and two UK tours.

Praise was immediate and ecstatic, in spite of controversy from former management of The Fall, who took offence at Martin Bramah’s off-the-cuff description of the band as “part of The Fall family continuum”. Despite this self-evident fact – Bramah was The Fall’s original singer before switching to guitar, and with the other members (Peter Greenway, Paul Hanley, Steve Hanley and Si Wolstencroft) HOUSE Of ALL collectively spanned the entire length of The Fall’s career. Controversy arose, resulting in a full Guardian article on the band months before the album’s release – a scant three days after it was announced.

Their two brief tours were flawless; nearly every show sold out, and the latter tour was bolstered by”Bay City Pistols”, a limited package that sold out in two weeks. Even before the first album was released, HOUSE Of All re-entered the studio to record a still-mysterious second album, which will be debuted on this tour. https://houseofall.bandcamp.com

+ Oldfield Youth Club:OLDFIELD YOUTH CLUB – just about to release the debut LP THE HANWORTH ARE COMING on the prestigious TINY GLOBAL RECORDINGS (vinyl available at the show) play a very rare Hometown show. Formed by school friends Simon Rivers, Kim Ashford and Daniel Askenazy 40 years ago, after making tapes in Simon’s fathers garage in Hampton. Neil Palmer then joined on drums and they chose the name LAST PARTY from one of the many c90 garage tapes and then began making records. Singles of the week in both NME and MELODY MAKER followed, along with John Peel sessions produced by MOTT THE HOOPLE’S Dale Griffin.

After 2 LPs and 10 singles and EP’s they changed Their name to THE BITTER SPRINGS and continued producing original and critically acclaimed music over another 8 Albums and 10 singles. Simon put the Springs on hold just before lockdown, where he made what was to be his 1st solo record as THE POOR PERFORMER, the very different and very successful LIKE YER WOUNDS TOO also on TINY GLOBAL RECORDINGS.
https://theoyc.bandcamp.com/album/the-hanworth-are-coming

Upcoming Love Thy Neighbour shows:
18012024 – JMahon. The Hope & Ruin
18012024 – Triptych 1: SUEP. The Hope & Ruin
19012024 – Triptych 2: Milo Korbenski. The Hope & Ruin
20012024 – Triptych 3: School Disco. The Hope & Ruin
21012024 – John Craigie. The Prince Albert
30012024 – John Francis Flynn. Concorde 2
31012024 – John J Presley. The Prince Albert
01022024 – Kaia Kater. Folklore
07022024 – Mickey Callisto. The Folklore Rooms
11022024 – Meagre Martin. The Hope & Ruin
13022024 – Jeff Rosenstock. Chalk
18022024 – Michael Cera Palin. The Hope & Ruin
18022024 – Meadow Meadow. The Prince Albert
20022024 – Pip Blom. Chalk
21022024 – CIEL. The Hope & Ruin
23022024 – JOHN. Concorde 2
25022024 – Miki Berenyi Trio. The Hope & Ruin
27022024 – Jordan Mackampa. Chalk
01032024 – Shelf Lives. The Prince Albert
01032024 – Trust Fund. Green Door Store
06032024 – Beans on Toast. Chalk
08032024 – Lime Garden. Chalk
13032024 – Donny Benét. Chalk
14032024 – Bull. Green Door Store
15032024 – Grace Petrie. Concorde 2
20032024 – The John Martyn Project. Komedia
13042024 – Warrington Runcorn New Town Development Plan. Komedia
16042024 – Jim Moray. The Prince Albert
18042024 – Ariel Sharratt and Mathias Kom of The Burning Hell. The Hope & Ruin
19042024 – House of All. The Hope & Ruin
21042024 – Martin Turner ex Wishbone Ash. Lewes Con Club
26042024 – Personal Trainer & Pom Poko. Concorde 2
27042024 – The Undercover Hippy. Patterns
28042024 – Focus. Lewes Con Club
28042024 – Roger McGough. Komedia
30042024 – Roddy Woomble & Almost Nothing. Komedia
01052024 – Jane Weaver. Concorde 2
01052024 – Funke & The Two Tone Baby. The Hope & Ruin
05052024 – Still Corners. Chalk
09052024 – Acid Mothers Temple. The Hope & Ruin
29052024 – The Lovely Eggs. Chalk
08062024 – Chastity Belt. The Hope & Ruin
14062024 – Lewsberg. The Hope & Ruin
15062024 – The Reds, The Pinks, The Purples. The Hope & Ruin
18072024 – Love. Concorde 2
21082024 – Wednesday. Chalk

Accessibility:

Hope & Ruin The venue is only accessible via a flight of stairs however they can offer access via a
back door at street level to the venue if mobility is an issue or you use a wheelchair. There are 3 large steps via this route so assistance to gain access and to exit the venue would be required. We can arrange this if you contact us in advance of a show. Please bear in mind that they can only allow access in between bands due to sound issues. Two disabled toilets upstairs, both gender neutral. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at info@lovethyneighbourmusic.co.uk for guestlist, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card. If strobe lighting is an
issue or if standing for long periods of time is an issue, please contact us in advance. They can provide chairs in the venue although if the event is very busy this will impede visibility. If you wish to make use of a chair to view a gig, we advise arriving early to secure a position. They are happy to accommodate assistance dogs.

 

House of All Brighton

House of All Brighton

Details

Date:
19 April
Time:
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost:
£21.00

Venue

Hope and Ruin
9-12 Queens Road
Brighton, BN1 3WA
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