Birthdays

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DJ and club bars

Dalston

Selected drinks £3 until 7pm every day. *

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Birthdays is an independent bar and venue located on Dalston's main strip, about five minutes' walk from Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland tube stations. It's housed in the lower levels of a faceless residential block which we've transformed into a two-floor fun factory with a massive sound system, a stage, pretty lights, and all the other stuff you'd expect to find at a music venue in the basement. There's also a bar with cocktails and food by Stacks Poutine on the ground floor. Entry to the bar is always free, but most of the time you'll need to pay to get into the basement. We'll try our best to keep it cheap.
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  • Address:

    Birthdays 33-35 Stoke Newington Road
    London
    N16 8BJ

  • Venue phone:

    020 7923 1680

  • Venue website:

    www.birthdaysdalston.com

  • Opening hours:

    Mon-Thu 4pm-midnight; Fri-Sat 4pm-3am; Sun 11am-midnight

  • Transport:

    Dalston Kingsland Overground

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Delta Sleep

Rock 'n' roll, Prog rock

Fiddly but nicely accessible math-rock.

  1. Sat Jan 31
  2. Birthdays
  3. £5
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Fawn Spots

Punk and hardcore

Upbeat, uptempo and uplifting noise-punk by the Yorkshire trio.

  1. Tue Mar 10 – Wed Mar 11
  2. Birthdays
  3. free
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Happyness

Indie rock

  • Critics' choice

The London three-piece play from their album ‘Weird Little Birthday’, serving up a tasty mixture of Pavementish slacker rock and Blurry indie.

Happyness
  1. Wed Feb 4
  2. Birthdays
  3. £8.60
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The Lucid Dream

Music

A psychedelic foursome from Cumbria with hints of Oasis, TLD roll out songs from their debut album.

  1. Tue Feb 24
  2. Birthdays
  3. £8
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The Black Ryder

Psych and garage rock

  • Critics' choice

The Aussie psych-rock duo – one of whom is married to Ian Astbury from The Cult – play a rare London show, cranking up a euphoric noise that's won them support slots with The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Raveonettes.

  1. Mon Mar 16
  2. Birthdays
  3. £12.50
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Watter

Noise, drone and ambient, Alternative rock

  • Critics' choice

Featuring members of legendary alt rock bands Grails and Slint, this three-piece have put out a fascinating and heady new album of post-rock called 'This World', and they'll be showcasing its sprawling tracks tonight.

  1. Sat Feb 7
  2. Birthdays
  3. £12
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White Hills

Pop and rock

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Endorsed by psychedelic connoisseur Julian Cope, and signed to Thrill Jockey, these heavy New York psych-rockers treat London fans to tracks off their blistering 2012 album, ‘Frying on a Rock’, and some new material from its follow-up. Playing live as...

  1. Fri Apr 10
  2. Birthdays
  3. £12
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