Monday, 27 July 2009

What's on in London this week (including FREE shows) w/c July 27th 2009

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Here is my weekly hand picked list of gigs happening in London this week. Please leave a comment if you think I've missed any worth knowing about.

Monday 27th July
Arbouretum with Club Uncut Presents Arbouretum, Goldheart Assembly and Kurran and the Wolfnotes @ The Lexington
Goblin @ Scala
CHARLIE WINSTON instore @ Rough Trade East 7pm (wristband collection 1hr prior to show) (FREE)

Tuesday 28th July
First Aid Kit with Blue Roses and Kill It Kid @ The Lexington
And So I Watch You From Afar @ The Bull & Gate
Ana Silvera and Brooke Parrott @ The Troubadour
White Rabbits with Harlem Shakes @ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
David Cronenbergs Wife with The Zetland Players and Jamie N Commons @ Tamesis Dock
Noah & The Whale @ Q Music Club, Hard Rock Cafe
Honkeyfinger, Monnone Alone, Tim Ten Yen, Kaya King, and Eddie Halliday @ The Macbeth
The Wooden Bolts with Small Engine Repair, Idle Hour and Cosmo Jarvis @ The Slaughtered Lamb
BETHAN ELFYN'S 1:30PM - 12AM THE LUNCH CLUB ACOUSTIC SESSIONS & FREE SARNIES
CATE LE BON & SWEET BABOO 1.30pm 99p Entry
Evening BETHAN ELFYN'S MINI BOOT CATE LE BON, SWEET BABOO, & LE B


Wednesday 29th July
**UPDATE** Sweet Baboo's Album Launch @ The Slaughtered Lamb

Thursday 30th July
Modern Minstrelsy with Mary Hampton, Caoimhin O'raghallaigh and H.a.n.d. @ Cafe OTO
Josh Weller @ The Flowerpot

Friday 31st July
Seb Rochford with Leafcutter John @ Concrete
Earthless with Pontiak @ The Borderline
Baby Gramps @ The Luminaire
Left With Pictures and The Machine Gunners @ Bush Hall

Saturday 1st August
Field Day 2009

(In case any concerts have changed dates/ changed venues/ been cancelled or I've made a typo, you'd be wise to check out the venue websites before heading out the door)


The number of mope heads emitting that irritating whiney noise has markedly increased on my road which can only mean one thing -the school summer holidays must have started.

At this time of year London does tend to experience the occasional musical dry spell, saying that there are still plenty of concerts happening in the capital this week but the pickings are somewhat slimmer than usual.

If you have any recommendations you'd like to add to the list, just drop me a comment.

Hope you have a good week

Chalky

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1 comment:

The Daily Growl said...

There's Serafina Steer and Three Beards (whoever they may be) at The Britannia on Wednesday for FREE. That means I may well be there...!

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