Monday, 28 September 2009

What's on in London this week (including FREE shows) w/c Sept 28th 2009

King Charles
(Photo of King Charles @ Scala on 16/09/09)
(Yes that's an 'all in one' he's wearing)

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 28th September

The Handsome Family @ Bush Hall
NODZZZ with Wet Dog @ The Lexington
Pens instore @ Rough Trade East, 7pm (Wristband collection see RT website for details) (FREE)

Tuesday 29th September

Love and Milk @ Jamboree, Cable Street, 8pm-11pm
King Khan And The Shrines @ Cargo
Treetop Flyers with Alessi's Ark and Epstein @ The Lexington
Lets Wrestle with BO NINGEN @ University College London Union
King Charles with Belle Grade and Charlotte Webster @ The Fly
Led Bib with The Ronnie Scott's All Stars @ Ronnie Scott's
The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir @ The Luminaire
Julie Doiron instore @ Pure Groove, 1:15pm (FREE)

Wednesday 30th September

Hoxton Squared: Muntu Valdo + Adriano Adewale + Lula Pena And Norberto Lobo + CK Gospel Choir + Nick Mulvey + Jamie Woon @ various Shoreditch venues (FREE)

Thursday 1st October

Mumford & Sons instore @ Pure Groove, 7:30pm (FREE)

Friday 2nd October

CATE LE BON instore @ Rough Trade East, 7pm (Wristband collection see RT website for details) (FREE)
Au Revoir Simone with Alessi's Ark @ Union Chapel

Saturday 3rd October

Daylight Music ft. Katzgraben, Man Ray Sky and Catriona Irving @ Union Chapel 12pm -2pm (FREE)
Kid Harpoon and friends instore @ Pure Groove, 8pm (FREE)

Sunday 4th October

Music Mule presents: Eugene McGuinness, Stars Of Sunday League @ The Fellow,Doors 6PM, Bands 7-9PM, music till Late
Joan As Police Woman @ Union Chapel


(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)

My tip of the week -King Charles @ The Fly on Tuesday (see photo). I saw these guys for the first time a couple of weeks ago supporting Mumford & Sons, I hadn't seen them before and came away really impressed. Expect lots of energy, volume and hair -listen to them here.

In other news, TLS favourites The Low Anthem have announced a London date already for next February (11th), this time they're at The Shepherds Bush Empire. What a year it has been for them. I saw them play at The Slaughtered Lamb pub (review here) to a hundred or so people back in May this year and now they are going to be headlining the Empire which is a terrific leap to a 2000 capacity. Good on you The Low Anthem, you deserve this. If you're interested in tickets there's a pre-sale this Wednesday morning (30th Sept) and then on general sale on Friday (2nd Oct) here and here.

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