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London Gigs: 14-20 September 2015



Joanna Newsom

Joanna Newsom

Gig Of The Week

Post rock noise maker RM Hubbert takes over Kings Place on Friday, putting on a bafflingly eclectic bunch of acts. The psychedelic pop tunes of Grumbling Fur play alongside the delicacies of James Blackshaw and the spacey electronics of Ela Orleans… and of course Hubbert himself is on the line-up. One ticket gives you access to all four shows, which are staggered across the centre’s two halls.

Announcement Of The Week

After the announcement of Divers, the follow-up to 2010’s Have One On Me, Joanna Newsom (pictured) has confirmed a string of European tour dates, including several in the UK. The album’s due for release on 23 October, and the shows – in Manchester, Brighton and London – kick off the following week. Her stop-off in the capital, at the Hammersmith Apollo, is scheduled for 9 November.

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Monday 14 September

Basia Bulat – Slaughtered Lamb
Balthazar – Village Underground
Willard Grant Conspiracy – St Pancras Old Church

Tuesday 15 September

San Cisco – Village Underground
Girlpool – Scala
William Basinski – Cafe OTO
Nimmo – Cafe OTO

Wednesday 16 September

Richard Hawley – Rough Trade East
The Jeffrey Lewis and Peter Stampfel Band – Windmill
Hollysiz – Hoxton Square Bar + Kitchen

Thursday 17 September

Nerina Pallot – Scala
Jarryd James – Electrowerkz

Friday 18 September

Simian Mobile Disco – XOYO
The Monochrome Set – Ivy House
RM Hubbert and Friends – Kings Place

Saturday 19 September

Rachel Yamagata – Garage
Jim Jones and the Righteous Mind – Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub
Jah Wobble’s Invaders Of The Heart – New Cross Inn

Sunday 20 September

Morrissey – Hammersmith Apollo
Richard Thompson – Royal Festival Hall
Joy Orbison – Village Underground
Sun Araw – Cafe OTO


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More on Joanna Newsom
London Gigs: 8-14 February 2016
Joanna Newsom @ Hammersmith Apollo, London
London Gigs: 9-15 November 2015
Joanna Newsom – Divers
London Gigs: 14-20 September 2015


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