London Gigs

London Gigs: 15-21 June 2015

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 the band who set the blueprint for nu metal several decades ago, and even after all that time has passed, we’re betting that Mike Patton’s roaring vocals can still put newcomers to shame. See them on Wednesday and Thursday at the Roundhouse.

Announcement Of The Week

Rhodes has been a busy man, having spent the last few months supporting the likes of George Ezra, Rufus Wainwright and Sam Smith, and later this year he’s set to the hog the limelight with his brooding, melancholic debut album, Wishes, which is set for release on 18 September. He’ll be showing it off with his biggest UK tour to date, including a stop at KOKO, on 9 October.


Monday 15 June

Oh Land – Islington Assembly Hall
Metz – Rough Trade East
Smoke Fairies – Electrowerkz
Keston Cobblers’ Club – Lexington

Tuesday 16 June

Hurts – Scala
Dan Deacon – Oval Space
Of Monsters And Men – Forum
L7 – Electric Ballroom

Wednesday 17 June

Faith No More – Roundhouse
Eagles Of Death Metal – KOKO
Ariel Pink – Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club
Sarah Cracknell – Bush Hall

Thursday 18 June

The Strokes + Beck + Future Islands – Hyde Park
Faith No More – Roundhouse
Three Trapped Tigers – Electrowerkz

Friday 19 June

Suzanne Vega – Cadogan Hall
Mike Skinner – XOYO
Asian Dub Foundation – Barbican

Saturday 20 June

Blur + Metronomy + The Horrors – Hyde Park
Foo Fighters – Wembley Statium

Sunday 21 June

Kylie Minogue + Grace Jones + Chic feat. Nile Rodgers + Bright Light Bright Light – Hyde Park
Six Organs Of Admittance – Café OTO

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