London Gigs

London Gigs: 16-22 February 2015

Gig Of The Week

It’s another busy week in London town, kicking off with Dan Deacon at Islington Assembly Hall on Monday. This show is in honour of his new album, Gliss Riffer, out later this month. It’s an entirely self-produced record, which he’s described as “easily the most fun I’ve ever had making a record” – sounds good to us.

Announcement Of The Week

Following in the footsteps of Yoko Ono, David Bowie, Nick Cave, Jarvis Cocker, Patti Smith, John Peel and reams of super-impressive, mega-famous folk, David Byrne has been announced at the curator of this year’s Meltdown festival. The highlight of the Southbank Centre’s summer programme, Byrne will take over its venues on 17-28 August with a series of handpicked artists. Nothing has been announced yet, but with collaborators including St Vincent, Brian Eno, Paul Simon, Fatboy Slim, Arcade Fire and Anna Calvi, the former Talking Heads frontman has plenty of old pals to call on.


Monday 16 February

Dan Deacon – Islington Assembly Hall
The Wave Pictures – Shacklewell Arms
George Ezra – Electric Brixton

Tuesday 17 February

Interpol – Forum
Royal Blood – KOKO
Twin Peaks – 100 Club
Kodaline – Roundhouse

Wednesday 18 February

Kitty, Daisy and Lewis – Electric Ballroom
Marika Hackman – Cob Gallery
Big Joanie – Brixton East

Thursday 19 February

Duran Duran – Wilton’s Music Hall
FKA Twigs – Roundhouse
Ride – 100 Club

Friday 20 February

Nico Muhly – Union Chapel
Earth – Islington Assembly Hall
George Ezra – Brixton Academy

Saturday 21 February

The Decemberists – Brixton Academy
Girl Band – Roundhouse
Spoonboy – Power Lunches

Sunday 22 February

Ólafur Arnalds – Barbican

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