London Gigs

London Gigs: 8-14 June 2015

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. Its alumni include George Ezra, Daughter, Hozier and Willy Mason.

This year it’s spread its wings a little, with 40 bands across six stages around Shepherd’s Bush – including venues like Bush Hall, Defector’s Weld and St Stephen’s Church. A relaxed, affordable affair, it’s a great opportunity to sniff out some new sounds. Those topping the line-up on Saturday include Nadine Shah, Villagers, Port Isla, Honeyblood, All We Are and Lucy Rose.

Announcement Of The Week

Bear’s Den have announced a massive European tour for later this year, culminating in one of their biggest shows to date – at the Roundhouse on 27 October. It’s been a busy year for the London-based trio, who’ve been riding high since the release of their debut record, Islands. They’ve been so busy, in fact, that a feature length documentary about their life on the road – Austin to Boston – is due to be released next week.

Monday 8 June

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga – Royal Albert Hall
Amanda Palmer and Perhaps Contraption – Union Chapel
Tamaryn – Hoxton Square Bar + Kitchen
Kathryn Williams – St Pancras Old Church
PINS – Rough Trade East

Tuesday 9 June

We Have Band – Lexington
Girlpool – Rough Trade East

Wednesday 10 June

Perfume Genius – Royal Festival Hall
Waxahatchee – Electric Ballroom
Black Mountain – 100 Club
Princess Chelsea – Birthdays
Sun Ra Arkestra – Café OTO

Thursday 11 June

Ash – Scala
Spector – Dome
Alabama 3 – Electric Brixton
The Family Rain – Bush Hal
Eliza Carthy – Purcell Room

Friday 12 June

Jamie T – Hackney Empire
Rufus Wainwright – Royal Hospital Chelsea
Leftfield – Forum
Prinzhorn Dance School – St Pancras Old Church

Saturday 13 June

Bushstock – Shepherd’s Bush
British Sea Power – Roundhouse
The Rifles – Electric Ballroom

Sunday 14 June

The Cat Empire – Royal Albert Hall
Alison Moyet – Royal Hospital Chelsea
Jenny Hval – Café OTO

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