Monday, 7 September 2009

What's on in London this week (including FREE shows) w/c Sept 7th 2009

Horse

Jack

Here's my weekly hand picked list of concerts happening in London over the coming week, please leave a comment if you think I've missed any worth knowing about.

Monday 7th Sept
My Latest Novel and The Kissaway Trail with Chimes and Bells @ Bush Hall
Beth Orton @ The Pigalle Club
Dot Allison instore @ Rough Trade East, 7pm (wristband collection 1 hr prior see RT website for details)
Magnolia Electric Co with The Bitter Tears @ ICA

Tuesday 8th Sept
Whispertown 2000 instore @ Rough Trade East, 7pm (FREE- wristband 1hr prior see RT website for details)
Beth Orton @ The Pigalle Club
Jello Biafra with Guantanamo School of Medicine and Unsigned Industry Showcase @ O2 Academy Islington
The Acorn and Ohbijou Bella Union @ Bush Hall

Wednesday 9th Sept
The Tallest Man On Earth with This Frontier Needs Heroes @ Bardens Boudoir
Bell Orchestre with Arcade Fire Members and the Luyas @ Relentless Garage
Thomas Dybdahl instore @ Rough Trade East (FREE- wristband 1hr prior see RT website for details)
This Frontier Needs Heroes instore @ Pure Groove, 1:15pm (FREE)
A FISTFUL OF FANDANGO ft. Herman Dune with Neils Children, Eugene Mcguinness, Factory Floor, Gaggle, and An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump@ 229
Banjo or Freakout @ Bush Hall

Thursday 10th Sept
Loney dear with Wildbirds & Peacedrums and The Whispertown 2000 @ Union Chapel
Tori Amos with One eskimo @ HMV Hammersmith Apollo

Peter Broderick @Bush Hall
ROCKFEEDBACK JAPAN!! – w/ ANCHORSONG / BO NINGEN / A MONTH OF SUNDAYS / NO CARS @ The Lexington

Friday 11th Sept
The Joy Formidable instore @ Pure Groove, 7:30pm (FREE)

Saturday 12th Sept
Rota @ Notting Hill Art Club, 4pm (FREE ENTRY)
Daylight Music ft. Soy Un Caballo & V.O. @ Union Chapel 12pm -2pm (FREE ENTRY)

(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)

There are lots of bands in town in the lead up to The End of the Road festival in Dorset this weekend. It's an especially good week if you like Bella Union and don't like camping- the website The Line of Best Fit and Bella Union have teamed up to put on a week of shows at Bush Hall, for more details read here.

btw the horse in the photo is called Jack, he followed me around a field in the rain yesterday all in the name of polo mints.

Have a good week,

Chalky

2 comments:

Oli (@dirtycash) Dillon said...

Thats a great photo!
So much to see this week, so little cash.

chalky said...

Thanks :D
I know the feeling...

 
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