Gig is a Proper-wrap

Euan Emerton
Euan Emerton

MK11 is holding the official Properstock! wrap party this Friday evening, with See What Happens on the stage.

The band and their ‘fine blend of riffy-rocky guitar wizardry, singalong vocal harmonies and downright good times’ have been absent for quite a while, working on other stuff, including the Properstock! festival itself.

Now though, the band return with the promise of gigs, parties and shenanigans aplenty.

A brand new EP is on the cards for the Autumn too.

This is how the band sees themselves, ‘Epic stadium rock, heart-pounding power music for the masses, connection through sound, music festivals, build-ups, break-downs, masterpieces, innovation, entertainment, life, love, loss, unity, friends, foes, f***ing around, appreciation for everything everywhere in the world that inspires anyone to do anything...’

While See What Happens hold court in the main room, a second space will be hosted by DJs Gasmark Formation.

Doors of the Kiln Farm establishment open at 7.30pm.

Euan Emerton makes his return to The Craufurd Arms this Saturday evening.

The young singer-songwriter has been making waves in the area for his lyrically suss, engaging, honest songs and he is on the up and up.

His first show at the haunt sold-out and there is more than a reasonable chance of this one going the same way.

Joining him at the show will be Tyler Nugent, Pocket Full of Peanuts and Natna Y Swift – an MC who will collaborate with Euan at the gig.

Tickets are a fiver and doors open at 7.30pm.

At the venue tomorrow night, Boy Hits Car.

Tickets are a fiver.

> The venue will launch a new monthly online fanzine next month.

Email craufurdzine@gmail.com if you want to get involved.

> Tin Soldiers Scooter Club is holding its 2014 weekender, this Saturday and Sunday, with ride outs, trade stands, a custom show and a licensed bar – you can indulge too, with camping available on site,

Music-wise indie-mod sorts Milner show up on Friday night, and The Ska Faces arrive on Saturday evening.

Tickets are a snip at a tenner.

Call 07909 520793 to get ‘em, or pay up on the gates.