Back for its third year, Fred Perry Subculture’s festival is going online for the first time.
Jockstrap and Working Mens’ Club might sound a little like phrases from an out-of-date lads mag, but they’re actually top of the line-up for this year’s edition of All Our Tomorrows.
If you’re not aware, it’s Fred Perry’s annual mini-festival showcasing the buzziest new acts, hosted at Oxford Street institution the 100 Club. Last year saw the likes of Squid and Hak Baker take to the stage, with the usual mix of no-strings debauchery and polo-shirt debonair filling the lovable dive.
This year, like every single plan of 2020, is going virtual. It’ll still take place at the 100 Club but will be magically beamed onto your devices (streamed) over two days. As mentioned, the headliners will be electro-pop wizards Jockstrap and rave-rock rogues Working Mens’ Club.
They’ll be joined by UK hip-hop hopeful Louis Culture; catchy-as-glue dance trio PVA; cannabinoid-pop Salmon Cat; on-the-rise producer LCTYN; queer polymath BEBELUNA and soundcloud-ready KDVSGOLIATH. It’s a neat bit of curation, with a little something for everyone and some savvy wagers on next year’s rising stars.
There’ll also be live chit-chat to tune into, plus interviews with the artists and tips on how to build up your identity as a creative. Sounds a killer weekend to us, especially if you’re locked down right now – just make sure you remember your manners and play it fucking loud so your neighbours can listen in, too.
Here’s the full schedule:
Saturday 5th December
Jockstrap (Headliner) – 18:00
Louis Culture – 17:00
LCYTN – 16:00
Bebeluna – 15:00
Sunday 6th December
Working Mens Club (Headliner) – 18:00
PVA – 17:00
Salmon Cat – 16:00
KDvsGoliath – 15:00