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The following are the live music gigs coming up at Fibbers in November:

2 Nov - Cancer Bats + The Computers + Teen Zu   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £9
The Cancer Bats have come to destroy. Fueled by a burning desire to rage harder, play louder and have more fun than any other band, Cancer Bats mix hardcore, southern metal and punk rock into a lethal rock and roll explosion. Currently on tour with Billy Talent the boys have kindly offered their night off to the good people of York . Youll get yourself there if you know whats best for ya!! Highly recommended. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

6 Nov - Sons Of Albion  //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £5
London-based rock act Sons of Albion (featuring Led Zep frontman Robert Plants son Logon) have spent the last year earning their stripes up and down the clubs of the UK, as well as opening some of the UK's biggest festivals (Download, T in the Park, V Festival) and for acts like Velvet Revolver, Lenny Kravitz, Black Stone Cherry, The Hot Melts and The Who. Everywhere they go, Sons Of Albion blow away fans and critics with their hard-driving brand of rock, which has been drawing comparisons to Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Rage Against The Machine.

7 Nov - Scratch Perverts   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £8 before 17th October.
Another fantastic club event brought you by Fibbers . Tony Vegas, Prime Cuts and Plus One are the Scratch Perverts - a name that has become synonymous with HipHop and battle DJing ever since their formation in 1996. Their reputation as one of the worlds most progressive DJ collectives is unparalleled; two consecutive World DMC Team titles, Plus One's World DMC Champion and World Vestax Champion titles, Prime Cut's back to back World ITF Scratching crowns, and countless showcases and gigs all over the world. New Album Beatdown out now. This is an 18+ club show. Doors open 9pm till 3am. Tickets just £8 before 17th October.

8 Nov - Magnapow   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £4
Fresh-faced, fun-filled and energetic - poptastic music for the love generation. Magnapow! are a dance/pop/rock outfit bursting with youthful enthusiasm and infectious groove. Bright colours and catchy tunes  a neon adventure in multiple dimensions!!! A vibrant nine piece, yes nine - count 'em, and coming at you in technicolour, multicolour and ... er ... ultracolour! Hard-hitting and great fun  melting melodies, grooving guitars, funky horns and filthy beats. These guys are electric  so plug in and feel the pulse! Magnapow! are alive  like a sugar-fuelled toddler and a can of pop! ID IS ESSENTIAL!!
Genres: Your Mum would like it

9 Nov - Eileen Rose And The Holy Wreck + Roscoe la Belle + Dream Of Apollo   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £8
Boston-born, the youngest of eight in an Italian-Irish-American family - and nobody sings about regret and precious time lost quite like Eileen Rose. And it's earned her a dedicated following of fans and critics. "Sensational" - Sunday Times; "A gem" - Guardian; "Mesmeric" - Uncut and "A shining debut" - Q. Using a lot of slide guitar so she must be alt-country right? On the other hand, there's good old-fashioned rock for grown-ups in there too. Whatever, it's a combination of rare power, polish and perception with near perfect songsmithery Madame could be a one-woman mid-period Floyd. Or the new Janis Joplin/Stevie Nicks/Patti Smith

10 Nov - The Holloways + Little Gem + Littlemores   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £9.50
Stop-start cheeky street-urchin punk from The Holloways, who are based, of course, in Holloway. Distorted guitars and retro stylings are combined with whimsical fiddle and a naughty attitude and it's that combination of forthright cheekiness and romance that has won The Holloways their fame. Feeling reborn is a rare treat; but The Holloways resilience in recent times has led to what feels like a rebirth. Reaping such a rare reward was the first step along the clear path that now lies ahead for a band who once again have much to smile about; not that The Holloways had stopped smiling - not for very long anyway. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

11 Nov - Erik Mongrain + The Fallen (acoustic)   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £7
Amazing. Moving. Incredible. Just a few of the much-deserved words of praise heaped upon Canadian acoustic guitar genius, the 28-yr-old guitarist Erik Mongrain. As a teenager inspired by Bach to Metallica, and Hendrix to Don Ross, Erik began to experiment with a technique known as lap tapping, in which the player lays the guitar across their lap, and taps the strings on the fret board with both hands. Interspersed with classical technique and jazz/pop sensibilities, here is a truly unique musician and entertainer. Recommended!!

12 Nov - Breed 77 + OMT + Symphony Cult   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £9
London based hard rock band whose innovative marrying of rock and Eastern musical influences have brought together a mighty following across Europe and further afield. Breed 77 relocated from Gibraltar in 1997 and won Kerrang!'s 'Best Unsigned Band' readers' poll in 1998, and have since continued their inexorable assault towards maintaining themselves as international rock icons. ID IS ESSENTIAL

13 Nov - Dead Rebellion   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £4
Well, get ready to punch the air and get your ears bruised by the infectious hooks and thumpin sounds of DEAD REBELLION, a groundbreaking collective with killer grooves, tight rhymes, filthy basslines, phat beats, dirty electronica and cut-throat guitars. Described as ...musically volatile and the mutts nuts! and we recon theyre quite possibly the best live band in the area right now, the DEAD REBELLION live show dictates an abundance of frantic energy, impounded in a wall of epic sound. Recommended. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

14 Nov - Lost From Atlas + Surprise Fire   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £4
Lost from atlas are an instrumental, alternative trio from Yorkshire . The band was born in November 2008 in the small city of York . In a live environment the band challenge the conventional ways of performance, interlinking song structures and playing whole sets without any breaks or gaps between songs. Since the band formed they have played frequent shows around the York area and released their debut self titled EP on 1st July. The band are currently located in the Leeds area and have just finished recording their debut album scheduled for release early November along side an album tour. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

16 Nov - Two Door Cinema Club   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £5
Two Door Cinema Club are 3 people with the help of technology and a thirst for anything quirky. An obvious absence in the rhythm department is humbly filled by an unadulterated Macintosh and the electronic thump from the fourth imperceptible member goes hand in hand with the electro/pop direction. Their music has been loosely compared to the likes of Death Cab for Cutie and Broken Social Scene but without a definitive capacity to be pigeon-holed. Melodic vocals, which hail from all three members of the outfit, infuse with guitar riffs that have been described as 'oceanic' and rhythm described as 'pulsing'. To get the symbolism out of the way, take your seats; its going to be a blockbuster! ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

18 Nov - Ian Siegal (plus band)   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £8.50
Ian's driving bottleneck guitar style and classic blues voice has won him a lot of fans worldwide. One of the finest blues voices this side of the Atlantic, Ian was dubbed by Mojo magazine as 'the cleverest writer and most magnetic performer of blues currently working in the UK '. An enigmatic delivery of the blues. Without doubt the most talented musician to emerge from Britain on to the European blues scene in years, he doesn't just perform the blues, he is possessed by them. You may catch him supporting Johnny Winter at the Grand Opera House in May. Recommended.

19 Nov - Canterbury + Dressed In Their Best + Lights Go Blue   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £5
Fresh from tours with Billy Talent and Hundred Reasons, Canterbury spent 2008 building a rabid live following on the back of shows up and down the UK with the likes of Enter Shikari, You Me At 6 and The Automatic. Now they embark on their own headline tour in support of the release of their debut album. Rock Sound described them as "the finest post-Shikari outfit we've encountered". ID IS ESSENTIAL!

20 Nov - Chew Lips   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £5
A couple of micro-Korgs, a couple of really old-school Casios, a bass guitar, a laptop and a drum machine, Chew Lips singer Tigs could feasibly be listing the instrumental line-up of every band to emerge this side of 2007. With an Eighties electro-pop revival in full swing, Chew Lips might look like more of the same trendy synthobsessed Casio-kids, but they would like to beg differently. We're an electro- pop act in the form of a rock band, and we want to make classic pop music - music that sounds so dated it doesn't date. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

23 Nov - Good Shoes + Copy Haho   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £8
Good Shoes have managed to take jangling early Cure and make it into charming, breezy guitar pop, Morrissey on the day he finally realises how to pull the fork from his arse. Lovely chap and front-man Rhys does a fine job of the lyrics too, brilliantly managing to combine am awareness of the vulnerabilities of the male psyche with an honest vocal style. We await imminent debut album 'Think Before You Speak' with increasingly keen anticipation. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

27 Nov - Mission District   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £6
The Mission District may have called their full-length debut Youth Games, but there's nothing frivolous or shallow about it. This is a musically mature and compelling work, one that reflects the wealth of creative experience the still young sextet has already accumulated. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

28 Nov - Johnny Foreigner + Overreact   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £7
Sounding like Huggy Bear just crashed Help She Can't Swim; Alexei, Kelly and Junior think they are Chicago 1997 or a Pacman ghost. Noisy pop songs about gin and girls sound like they were recorded inside a steel dustbin and it's the most serene republic singing over Cap'n Jazz (short-lived titans of stylistically tangled emo prog-punk-hardcore-whatever). You may have seen them here not so long ago with The Mae Shi. Reccomended. ID IS ESSENTIAL ! !

29 Nov - Gay For Johnny Depp + Blakfish + Outcry Collective   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £7
New York noise terrorists Gay For Johnny Depp return to the UK to take of the country's finest  BLACKFISH and OUTCRY COLLECTIVE  on a threeway rotating headline Triple Threat Tour. Gay For Johnny Depp are constructed from certain members of Garrison (guitarist Ed McNamara) and Instruction (singer Andy Shepard) and coming on like the diseased offspring of Daughters and The Blood Brothers they could well be the definitive metaphor for descent in to insanity. A brilliant scuzzy mess of scratchy guitars, grating screechy vocals and tin-pot precision. ID IS ESSENTIAL!!

30 Nov - Cruxshadows + Ayria + Screaming Banshee Aircrew + DJ Batastrophe (Darklands)   //  Doors open 7.30pm – Advance price £11
One of the most popular darkwave, Gothic bands from Florida Cruxshadows are BACK delivering electronic rock and "dizzying live performances" to UK audiences. Over the bands 15 years of progressive success in genres ranging from new wave to electronics, they have acquired underground status as well as a staggering fan base from America and Europe . Be sure not to miss!



The following are the club nights coming up at Fibbers in November:


Distortion – Fridays – 10.30pm-3am

Yorks ONLY Alternative Club Night, NOW EVERY FRIDAY @ Fibbers


We are a alternative night for people who like to ROCK

£5 entry, £3 NUS all night or £3 B4 11.30pm




Melt! – Saturdays – 10.30pm-3am

Electro/House/Break Beat/Fidget/Techno/Dubstep


£3 Entry b4 11.30om / £5 after

Bringing you the likes of...

A-Trak/Boy 8-Bit/Buraka Som Sistema/Busy P/Boys Noize/Burial/The Black Ghosts/Chromeo/Crookers/Daft Punk/Diplo/Durrty Goodz/Drop The Lime/Evil Nine/Fake Blood/Farah/Felix Cartel/ Herve/Hercules & Love Affair/Joker/Jack Beats/Kode9/Kissy Sell Out/Late Of The Pier/Lil' Wayne/M.I.A/Modeselektor/Popof/Radi oclit/The Rapture/Santogold/SebastiAn/Sebasti en Tellier/Skream/Sinden/Surkin/Soul Wax/Yo Majesty

Shots from £1! And more drinks deals to come!




Juice – Alternate Mondays – 10.30pm-2am


Brand new Monday Club Night launch at Fibbers on 19th October playing everything from what's new and hot to what's retro and cool.

Check out the drinks deals and music styles below!!

Upcoming Juice Club Nights:

Monday 2nd November  //  Monday 16th November  //  Monday 30th November  //  Monday 14th December

Doors open 10.30pm till 2am

Entry is £3 with NUS / £4 without

Ages 18+ only ID IS ESSENTIAL!!



Monday 9th November –Tequila Club Night (10.30pm – 2am)

With a taste that you'll remember, York 's newest club night returns Fibbers . At £1 a shot, there will be more TEQUILA than a Mexican Fiesta!

This combined with ELECTRO/HOUSE/R'n'B tunes, we are set to make this the hottest club night in York . Doors open 10.30pm. Ages 18+ only. ID is essential!


Thursday 12th November – 1350 Club Night (10.30pm – 2am)


Monday 23rd November – Beatcake Club Night (!0.30pm – 2am)

Bringing you a great diverse club night in York differing from your normal night out, creating the vibe similar to something found in clubs like The Mint, My House, The End, Fabric etc.

Playing out sounds ranging from MINIMAL to TECHNO and HOUSE to ELECTRO, brought to you by DJ's Bebe Barbu & Nik-L

Come along and grab a bite...taste the sound...YUMMY. Doors open 10.30. Ages 18+ only ID IS ESSENTIAL!!





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