On Saturday, The Mouse Outfit will do a lot more than just squeak at you from Kiln Farm venue MK11 – they are coming armed with a party-load of ska, funk, reggae and hip hop to share.
> At MK11 on Wednesday, the guys from Forest of Fools will be hosting a new bi-weekly folk and world Open Mic night.
Bands, soloists, singers and performers are all most welcome to engage at the event and make for a cracking new promo.
Morris dancing and storytelling is also on the bill.
The music starts at around 8.30pm and food is served at the haunt, remember - eat to the beat.
Go and have a go if you think you are folk enough.
Simply turn out and support.
> Electric Eel Shock celebrate hitting their 21st birthday by doing what they do best – taking to the road.
And the touring trek sees them visit Wolverton on Tuesday evening, for a date at The Craufurd Arms.
Of themselves, the Japanese trio say they are ‘a glorious celebration of classic rock, punk and metal: ‘A true power trio from the time before rock became fractured into a diverse multitude of sub-genres and we were all still one big happy rock and roll family,’ they insist.
AskMastodon’s Brett Hinds for his EES opinion and he doesn’t much mince his words, saying they are ‘nothing short of awesome.’
He’s right of course.
They might have been at their game for a long time now, but these fellas are still playing the punches and as passionate as ever.
Entry is as cheap as chips too – just a fiver gets you sorted.
Can you afford not to go?
> Also ahead at the Craufurd Arms, Wednesday night puts Samsara Blues exeriment on the stage, playing here en route to wow at Hellfest in France.
Like psychedelic blues rock?
This German six-legged beast is for you then.
Support comes from Mother Corona.