Every Thursday Doors at 6pm
Incendiary! Ed. 7. Weekly on a Thursday at Spice of Life Soho.
The Molotovs host a weekly residency at Soho’s iconic and well-loved music venue Spice of Life. Introducing hot acts on the UK circuit.
Doors 6pm. The Station 6.45pm. The Molotovs 8pm.
On the door tickets £6 (if available)
THE MOLOTOVS: London-based band The Molotovs are arguably the hardest working young band in the UK and show no signs of slowing down. Smashing out, and selling out, live music venues in the UK and abroad has earnt them a reputation of being hell-bent on instigating a new youth explosion in rock music. Sharp, punchy originals delivered with highly charged stagecraft that leaves absolutely nothing in the dressing room and resonates with a vast eclectic audience of those who know about music.
From performing at grassroots dives to support slots with the likes of The Libertines and Blondie, not to mention being name checked by Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong in a crowd of 90,000 (and by him on Chris Moyle’s Radio X show!), The Molotovs are very much on the rock radar. With influences spanning British greats such as The Who, Clash and Jam, all the way through to Oasis and Arctic Monkeys, their own sound is being tipped for big things. Get out and see this electrifying band in action if you want future bragging rights.
THE STATION: The Station are a UK three-piece indie-rock’n’roll band, likened to a ‘light at the end of a tunnel’ due to their catchy originals and raucous live energy. The band are one of the busiest and fastest-rising acts on the UK circuit, playing all over the UK in 2023 – including sold-out gigs in London and Oxford, and grassroots festivals in Sheffield (Woodseats Live) and further afield (Wildfest Wales). The Station’s new single ‘Orpheus’ was their most successful to date, receiving airplay on BBC radio (Stereo Underground with Richard Latto). With new music on the way, 2024 is set to be their biggest year yet.