November Live Music Preview

[wide]tumblr m9fom8tb9r1qbm70oo1 500 | November Live Music Preview[/wide] Forget about oiks nicking lead off your roof, sheep theft is the new worrying trend threatening to tear apart the fabric of our daily lives. New promoting duo Semi Detached are scandalously condoning this practice by bringing Liverpool livestock rustlers Stealing Sheep to the Harley this month. Their visit has been long overdue. Not content with worrying farmers, Semi Detached are also putting on one of Blessing Force Collective’s leading lights, Chad Valley at the Gatsby later in the month.
Stealing Sheep -Shut Eye

If you’ve been lucky enough to get tickets for the sold out Sheffield and (inexplicable) Doncaster dates of the Foals tour, well done. There are however lots of other great gigs happening around the city. The wonderful Julie Ann Bee (aka Sea of Bees) plays at Shakespeare’s on November 7th, whilst New Yorkers Exitmusic visit Plug on the same night.
Sea of Bees – Gnome

With their new album Lonerism, Tame Impala are contenders for this year’s best album. The Aussie band visits the Leadmill at the beginning of the month. Also playing there this month are The Wedding Present, Mystery Jets, The Crookes and Band of Skulls. Meanwhile Danish duo The Ravonettes return to Sheffield to play at Queens Social Club. Beth Orton is back with new music after a hiatus. She is at the City Hall on 27th November.
Tame Impala – Elephant

If you’re in search of some late night vibes then No Uniform can help you. With one of their best line-ups yet, Plug are hosting Nathan Fake, Koreless and Pangaea. There are also some cracking gigs at the Harley including Clock Opera, Ugly Duckling and Drums of Death. If you’re looking for something a bit different then Kora legend Diabel Cissokho plays a couple of nights at the Lantern Theatre, Woolly Mammoth are at The Riverside, and Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman will lighting up the Cathedral.
Diabel Cissokho – Lambe

On the local front it’s another busy month at the Forum with Cats:For:Peru, Low Duo, David J Roch, Brave New Storm and The Payroll Union all playing for the Exposed Live Sessions. The White Mirror Ball is back for its third instalment, this time at S1 Artspace. Joining The Purgatory Players will be Blood Sport, Death Rays or Ardilla and the Sheffield Samba Band. If you missed their single launch in October, Screaming Maldini will be doing their thing at Dada. Support comes from Captives on the Carousel & The Grand Old Ukes of Yorkshire.

The Purgatory Players-The Waltz & The Pivot

And don’t forget about Lionel at the Arena.

Nov 2nd

Tame Impala – Leadmill

Nov 4th

Low Duo, David J Roch & Gilmore Trail – Forum

Nov 5th

Ugly Duckling – Harley

Nov 7th

Sea of Bees & Barbarossa – Shakespeare’s

Exitmusic – Plug

Nov 9th

Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman – Cathedral

Diabel Cissokho – Lantern Theatre

Nov 10th

Blood Sport, The Purgatory Players, Sheffield Samba Band, Death Rays of Ardilla – S1 Artspace

Nathan Fake, Koreless & Pangea – Plug

Drums of Death – Harley

Diabel Cissokho – Lantern Theatre

Nov 11th

Brave New Storm, The Payroll Union & Ryan Paul Wilson – Forum

Screaming Maldini, Captives on a Carousel &
The Grand Old Ukes of Yorkshire – Dada

Nov 13th

Stealing Sheep – Harley

The Wedding Present – Leadmill

Nov 17th

Woolly Mammoth – Riverside

Nov 18th

Mystery Jets – Leadmill

Nov 24th

The Crookes – Leadmill

Nov 25th

Cats:For:Peru, Yarbo & Phoebe Katis –Forum
Nov 27th

Beth Orton – City Hall

Nov 28th

Chad Valley – Great Gatsby

Nov 29th

Band of Skulls & Folks – Leadmill

The Ravonettes – Queens Social Club