In association with Sailor Jerry, our friends and partners in Visions Festival, we're today excited to announce the a series of three UK shows in London, Manchester and Brighton in December. Tickets are priced at £5 for each of the events and on-sale now.


Following hot on the heels of February’s ‘Ores & Minerals’, an album which The Quietus called ‘the first great guitar album of the year’ and which The Guardian proclaimed as ‘Marvellous and highly recommended’, Mazes return with ‘Better Ghosts’, a mini-album that blurs the lines between ‘Ores & Minerals’, their acclaimed live show, and what the future of Mazes may sound like.


Fair Ohs formed four years ago in a haze of beer-soaked free love party-vibes. Eddy, Joe and Matt came together like young romantics, vowing to show everyone the meaning of true love. The years that followed the consummation of their musical marriage on that hot summer’s day saw them release a series of 7" singles and cassettes – some shared with the likes of Women, Male Bonding, and Cold Pumas – that made people like Pitchfork say “hey, these guys are A-OK!”. But no one was prepared for the earth shattering power of debut album Everything Is Dancing.


Comprising Nathan Hewitt (vocals, guitar) James Wignall (guitar,vocals) Dean Reid (bass, vocals) and Marc Raue (drums), Cheatahs are a band of fine pedigree on London’s slacker pop scene: Nathan plays guitar with Male Bonding and James used to play with Weird Dreams. Their debut EP shows why: these four sweet slices of slacker-pop brilliance promise great things to come. Fans of ace drum fills, melancholic vocals, searing guitars and fuzzy production should prepare to get very excited indeed.

Tickets for this show are priced at £5 and are on-sale now from the following links:



Watch a playlist of all the bands peforming at the RFB/Sailor Jerry shows HERE:



Mazes (Sailor Jerry Presents show)

10 Dec 2013



33-35 Stoke Newington Road
N16 8BJ



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