US riot grrrls The Darts and London-based New Zealand punk band The Cavemen stormed Nambucca on 26 June 2018, for Dirty Water Records.
The second of the free Sunday Surprises concert at the Southbank Centre, as part of Robert Smith’s Meltdown on 24 June 2018, featuring Kite Base, Martinez, Blue Crime, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard, Skinny Girl Diet and Pumarosa.
A night of riot grrrls and feminist punk at The Five Bells in New Cross on 22 June 2018, hosted by Saxon Zine, with Brighton’s Pussyliquor and Manchester’s Witch Fever.
Hull band Life headlined The Lexington in London on 14 June 2018, supported by Vulgarians and Yassassins.
Nova Twins were a secret headliner with Peach Club at the Stand With Survivors fundraiser for Rape Crisis at The Old Blue Last on 11 March 2018.
Novatines, Beach Riot and Terror Bites at The Finsbury on 1 February 2018 for Lost in the Manor.
Some Might Say Zine hosted a night of garage and punk at Nambucca on 23 January 2018, with Dirty Orange, Arcades, Mummy, Calva Louise and Strange Bones.
Valeras, Tuska and King Nun at The Old Blue Last on 22 January 2018, for Hopscotch.
This Feelings Big in 2018 came to Nambucca in London on 13 January 2018 with a stellar line up that included Lucie Barât, The Surrenders, Calva Louise, Avalanche Party, Hey Charlie and Himalayas.
The first Get In Her Ears show for the new year at The Finsbury on 12 January 2018, with Witch Fever, The Nyx, ARXX and Militant Girlfriend.