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What's on: December Listings

December can be a bit dry for gigs, but fear not, because we have a succinct list of the best for you.

FroZac Sheffield Live Fundraiser.

@ Penelope's. 3rd December. £4 adv, £5 otd. Fundraiser for the much-loved community radio station featuring Maybe Myrtle Tyrtle, the Mother Folkers and various DJs.

Wordlife.

@ Cafe Euro. 4th December. £3.50 Live spoken word antics and music from Steve Larkin, Alabaster Deplume, Helen Mort, Sarah Thomasin and more.

Godspeed You! Black Emperor.

@ Manchester Academy. 7th December. £22.50 adv (will sell out). If you like your rock music dark, cinematic and epic in proportions, this one's for you. Ebay it if need be.

Rangda & Emeralds.

@ Brudenell Social Club, Leeds. 8th December. £7 adv (wegottickets.com) If you didn't get enough the night before, Godspeed curate a gig with Belle & Sebastian ahead of the Christmas ATP Festival.

Sheffield Techno Institute #3.

@ Red House. 10th December. £3, £2 before 10pm. Third instalment of the already-popular monthly techno outing, with sets from Trific, Jack Orion and residents.

A Taste of Eden.

@ Yellow Arch Studios. 11th December. £6. Benefit gig for Scotland's Eden Festival, with live performances from Skayaman, Jungle Lion and Mantra Rhythms.

M-Code NYE Party.

@ 230 Wordbourn Road. 31st December. £12 adv, £15 otd. New Year's bash featuring 20Hz, Mad Hatters Family, Dubcentral, Dark Crystal and Feedback. )

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