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London Gigs: 29 June – 5 July 2015



FFSGig Of The Week

It’s that time of year when traditionally listings start to look a little sparse, as the world’s musical artistes head off to play to huge crowds in fields rather than the sweaty venues of our beloved capital.

But fear not – there’s still plenty going on if you look closely enough. FFS – the brilliant marriage of Sparks and Franz Ferdinand (pictured) – visit the Troxy on Monday, fresh from their Glastonbury show the night before. Expect musical mayhem of the very best kind.

Announcement Of The Week

The wonderful John Grant has announced details of his third solo album, Grey Tickles, Black Pressure, set for release on Bella Union in October. Temptingly, his press release reveals: “I wanted to get moodier and angrier on this record…” We’re excited already. He’s set to head off on a European tour in support of it, including a date at Hammersmith Apollo, on 12 November.

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Monday 29 June

Beck – Barbican
FFS – Troxy

Tuesday 30 June

Tony Visconti – Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Hozier – Forum
Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Roundhouse
Sea Of Bees – St John on Bethnal Green
Trembling Bells – Café OTO

Wednesday 1 July

Caetano Veloso & Gilberto Gil – Hammersmith Apollo
Gladys Knight – Royal Albert Hall
Tinie Tempah – Troxy
Ill Blu – Birthdays

Thursday 2 July

Wolf Alice – Hipprodrome, Kingston
Bearskin – Victoria
Gengahr – Rough Trade East
London Folkfest – The Bedford

Friday 3 July

Factory Floor – Barbican
Darren Hayman – Shacklewell Arms
Wireless Festival – Finsbury Park

Saturday 4 July

Leftfield – Rough Trade East
J Spaceman – Barbican
Wireless Festival – Finsbury Park
Piney Gir – Union Chapel

Sunday 5 July

The Jesus And Mary Chain – Roundhouse
Wireless Festival – Finsbury Park


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