London Gigs

London Gigs: 2-8 November 2015

Gig Of The Week

Titus Andronicus manage to squeeze just about everything into their sound; lo-fi production, snarling punk vocals and a healthy dose of rock ‘n’ roll make them a force to be reckoned with. Their fourth album, The Most Lamentable Tragedy – a nod to their Shakespearean name – is, naturally, a rock opera…in five acts. Their gig at the Village Underground on Thursday promises to be quite a show.

Announcement Of The Week

Yann Tiersen is set to play his only show of 2016 at the Barbican, on 7 May. The Saturday night show will bring together a collection of solo piano and violin works, taking the audience on a journey of his island home of Ushant, in Brittany. It’ll focus on 10 new tracks, which are being released in a new book of sheet music, called EUSA – which have not been recorded.


Monday 2 November

Ex Hex – Scala
Amber Run – KOKO
Emilie and Ogden – Slaughtered Lamb

The Phoenix Foundation – Oslo

Tuesday 3 November

Foals – Hippodrome
Lianne La Havas – Village Underground
Other Lives – Islington Assembly Hall
Eddi Reader – Union Chapel
Ratboy – Hoxton Square Bar + Kitchen

Wednesday 4 November

Darkstar – ICA
Blonde – Village Underground
Trust Fund – Lexington
Skinny Girl Diet – Old Blue Last

Thursday 5 November

Boy and Bear – Dingwalls
Roots Manuva – Islington Assembly Hall
Radkey – Barfly
Titus Andronicus – Village Underground

Friday 6 November

Third Eye Blind – Forum
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Oval Space
Killing Joke – Roundhouse
Gang Of Four – Islington Assembly Hall
Marika Hackman – Union Chapel
The Lovely Eggs – Birthdays

Saturday 7 November

Deerhunter – Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Chilly Gonzales – Royal Festival Hall
McAlmont and Butler – Roundhouse

Sunday 8 November

Garbage – Brixton Academy
Richard Hawley – Roundhouse
Oneohtrix Point Never – Village Underground

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