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London Gigs: 20-26 July 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Mammoth Penguins – a group made of former members of Standard Fare, The Pony Collaboration and Puncture Repair Kit – launch…



London Gigs: 6 -12 July 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Excellent noise generators Archie Bronson Outfit arrive in Peckham’s Bussey Building this Saturday as part of this month’s Screensaver Live night. Four...

London Gigs: 29 June – 5 July 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig 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...

London Gigs: 22-28 June 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Nathaniel Rateliff is best known for sparse but powerful, melancholic folk, so his latest venture might surprise a few people. His...

London Gigs: 15-21 June 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Faith No More bring their first album for 18 years to Camden this week. Sol Invictus was a welcome return for...

London Gigs: 8-14 June 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Since its first outing in 2011, Bushstock has quietly carved a solid reputation for giving up-and-coming bright young things a stage....

London Gigs: 1-7 June 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week It’s a busy week in London town, with Field Day bringing hundreds of acts – including Patti Smith, Caribou and Ride...

London Gigs: 25-31 May 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week This week sees the ultimate gig clash that will leave riot grrrls seething, as legend Kathleen Hanna (fronting new(ish) band The...

London Gigs: 18-24 May 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Erased Tapes’ Nils Frahm (pictured) has built up a reputation as one of the most innovative pianists – nay, instrumentalists – of...

London Gigs: 11-17 May 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week The first lady of electro, Róisín Murphy, releases her latest solo album, Hairless Toys, on Monday, and she’s marking the occasion...

London Gigs: 4-10 May 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week The National‘s Bryce Dessner takes over the Barbican next weekend of “an emerging American generation”. It’s a packed few days, including...

London Gigs: 27 April-3 May 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week If anyone knows how to put on a show, it’s Nick Cave. After over 30 years in the business, melodrama still...

London Gigs: 20-26 April 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Never ones to shy away from making themselves heard, Godspeed You! Black Emperor‘s new album is a 40 minute noisy, raucous...

London Gigs 13-19 April 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Slug is the latest in the seemingly never ending line of Field Music side projects. This incarnation, however, sees the mind-bogglingly...

Some Thoughts: Nils Frahm’s Piano Day

by Steven Johnson

Celebrating the release of Nils Frahm’s Solo and the instrument upon which it was composed.

London Gigs: 6-12 April 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Courtney Barnett kept us waiting what felt like forever for her debut album, Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Just...

London Gigs: 30 March – 5 April 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Marika Hackman‘s debut album, released last month, was far from cheery. Her brand of folk is far from easily digestible; We...

London Gigs: 23-29 March 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Sleater Kinney’s new album fell on us with virtually no notice. Towards the end of last year, nearly a decade after...

London Gigs: 16-22 March 2015

by Helen Clarke

Our pick of this week’s live music happenings in London.

London Gigs: 9-15 March 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Caribou – aka Dan Snaith – wooed us with his fourth album under this moniker, 2014’s Our Love. The Canadian musician/producer...

London Gigs: 2-8 March 2015

by Helen Clarke

Gig Of The Week Susanne Sundfør launches her new album Ten Love Songs with an upgraded and sold out gig at the Scala on Tuesday....