Wed Dec 4th | Jeff Presents: Atom Tree, Old Man Diode & Polygrains
Atom Tree, the project of 23 year old Glaswegian Shaun Canning, comes to London to present his new EP. His band includes Fergus Cook of Discopolis and percussionist Michael Robertson. Having recently performed alongside both Com Truise and Bonobo, his music has received recognition from the likes of Radio 1's Ally McRae, Mixmag and The Guardian's Joe Muggs.
‘Man when this kicks it really kicks, beautiful late night sound, someone want to lend me a right flash car to go drive on some mountain pass road?’ Ally McRae
Accompanying Atom Tree on the night is ethereal synth-driven electronics maestro, Old Man Diode and self-proclaimed sonic sorcerer, Polygrains.
Old Man Diode has been collaborating with Rick Holland and a long list of guest singers to create some of the most beautiful electronic "pop" songs that we heard this year. The result is "The King Krill" a powerful and essential album. Be mesmerised by his sound here.
Polygrains, AKA Vasilis Moschas, is a musician, singer, songwriter, and producer. His current project, "an eclectic electronic menagerie of beats, bleeps and shrieks, surveys the global sonic flotsam to salvage the glitter from the gutter. The result is a bricolage of urban soupadelica fizzing and simmering with passion and melancholy."
Get ready for an evening of deep and thought-provoking audio manipulation and digital melodics.
Doors: 19:00 Facebook: Link Entry: £4 adv Tickets: Buy
Atom Tree - Die For Your Love (Tide of Thorns EP)
Sat Dec 14th | Ashworth (Waze & Odyssey Street Tracks)
As one half of revered DJ and production duo, Joe & Will Ask, Joe Ashworth made a name for himself as a regular on the London DJ circuit. His solo outfit Ashworth, a no-nonsense techno-focused venture, has already seen him collaborate with the mighty Citizen - a project that was quickly snapped up by Waze & Odyssey’s Street Trackslabel. On Sat 14th, Joe brings his techno grit to the bar at Catch.
Doors: 21:00 Entry: Free
Fri Dec 13th | Catch Presents: Bromley (Eton Messy Music) & Thomas Empire (The Beats)
We’re very excited to announce that on Dec 13th, Bromley (Eton Messy Music) make their first London appearance for the launch of our new Catch-curated night Catch Presents.
Having recently been hyped by future-bass selection king Eton Messy, put out a huge remix of Rudimental’s Baby, and released original material including the impressive Alicia Keys-sampled Girlfriend, these Bristol boys are causing a stir on the rnb-flavoured house scene.
Alongside them London boy Thomas Empire (The Beats) demonstrates his affection for chopped-up drum tracks and masterfully re-worked vocals. A huge aficionado for tech-house, emotive future-bass and French techno he’s been the trusted DJ for all of Mike Skinner’s label parties.
Catch Presents is free entry. Do not miss this, it’s going to be big.
Doors: 21:00 Close: 02:30 Entry: Free
Eton Messy Presents: Bromley - Girlfriend
Book A Space
Interested in booking a space at Catch? You can reserve a table to dine at Death By Burrito here, or for larger parties of over 15 people, you can reserve a space in The Loft. The Bar and Loft are also available for private hire subject to conditions. Capacity is 150 people, and each level of Catch come equipped with a fully-stocked bar and PA System.
Renowned street food brand Death By Burrito have pitched up in the Catch kitchens, ready to serve up their delicious take on Mexican cuisine. Their contemporary Mexican sharing plates and tequila cocktails combine authentic recipes with innovative tweaks. Believe the hype.
With over 50 spirits on offer, a hand-picked range of craft beers and lagers, a guest beer selection and a seasonally-rotating cocktail menu designed by Ryan Chetiyawardana, we're as passionate about our drinks as we are our music.