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Susanne Sundfør

Susanne Sundfør, Phoebe Bridgers, Field Music… This Week In Gigs

by Steven Johnson

There is, quite frankly, a ridiculous amount of gigs happening in London this week. The pick of Monday’s shows sees Norwegian singer Susanne Sundfør play…



Preview: Festivals 2018 – UK


There may be no Glastonbury this year, but there’s still a plethora of other music festivals taking place across the UK which will be creating...

Japanese Breakfast, Snail Mail, Ólafur Arnalds… This Week In Gigs


Japanese Breakfast is the name of the current project of Oregon-based musician Michelle Zauner. She released her second album, the aptly named Soft Sounds From...

Anna Burch, Jon Hopkins, Max Richter… This Week In Gigs


Anna Burch has spent the best part of the last decade as part of Frontier Ruckus and more recently with Failed Flowers, and released her...

Angel Olsen, Kamasi Washington, Yo La Tengo… This Week In Gigs


This week starts with a pair of shows by Angel Olsen at Union Chapel. Her reputation has really soared over recent years on the back...

Anna Meredith, Natalie Prass, A Hawk And A Hacksaw… This Week In Gigs


Since the release of debut album Varmints back in 2016 Anna Meredith has established herself as an in-demand artist who can cross musical genres and...

Preview: Record Store Day 2018


Start unfurling tote bags, ticking off lists and layering yourself up: Record Store Day, this year taking place on 21 April, is nearly upon us...

Dua Lipa, Shame, Joan As Police Woman… This Week In Gigs


With two BRIT awards under her arm, a collaboration with Calvin Harris in the bag and on an increasingly steep popularity trajectory, it seems only...

Alela Diane, Gwenno, Arcade Fire… This Week In Gigs


One of our favourite albums of the year so far has been Cusp by Alela Diane. It’s arguably her strongest collection of songs to date...

Eleanor Friedberger, Sunflower Bean, Panda Bear… This Week In Gigs


This week’s gigs in London may not include as many big name, high-profile shows as in recent weeks but there’s still a lot happening.  We’re...

Jarvis Cocker, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Piano Day… This Week In Gigs


This week is headed up by two small gigs featuring artists who have played far bigger venues in their careers. Jarvis Cocker is at the...

Lily Allen, Fever Ray, Django Django… This Week In Gigs


We’re always excited when new venues open in the capital and this week sees a new space at the Printworks site in Rotherhithe host its...

Anna von Hausswolff, Turin Brakes, Sigrid… This Week In Gigs


London can always be a bit clashy when it comes to gigs, but this week seems to be even more so than usual. It’s in...

John Cale, The Hold Steady, Soccer Mommy… This Week In Gigs


It’s a week in London where most of the gigs of note seem to be backloaded towards the end of the week. The pick seems...

First Aid Kit, Ibeyi, Marlon Williams… This Week In Gigs


The pick of this week’s gigs in London has a decidedly sisterly, European theme to it. First Aid Kit (fronted by Swedish sisters Klara and...

Nils Frahm, Kelela, Franz Ferdinand… This Week In Gigs


It’s all about the residencies in London this week as four of the capital’s key venues are taken over by in demand artists. German piano...

Festival Preview: Reading and Leeds 2017


It seems that with every passing year Reading and Leeds Festival moves further and further away from its roots as a celebration of rock music....

Preview: UK Festivals 2017 – Part II


With more festivals than ever vying for our hard earned cash, it can be tough deciding which to go for. In fact, that there are...

Preview: London Festivals 2017


Festival season is upon us again, and, if you’re willing to pack a tent and do a bit of travelling, the choice in 2017 is as...

Preview: London Jazz Festival 2016


The 2016 London Jazz Festival kicked off this weekend and runs until Sunday 20 November at a range of venues around London. Here are musicOMH’s...

Preview: Music Movies at BFI London Film Festival 2016


The 60th London Film Festival opens this week with 245 features and 144 shorts screened in venues across the capital over 12 days. As always,...