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Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Collectie van Eventbrite
Satisfy your lust for live music here. Every month, we'll stack this collection with unmissable gigs and concerts, from chart-toppers to up-and-coming talent, so you won't miss a thing.
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings

Toro Y Moi

  • Spector's first single came out over eight years ago but they're still going strong. Head face-first into an indie rock moshpit at this Oval Space gig.
  • Fuzzy, scuzzy rockers Yak bring their new tunes to Bloomsbury. And it's bound to be loud.
  • The veteran radio DJ is bringing his old school tunes to Omeara for a heady hit of nostalgia.
  • Provocatively named after the best/worst pizza created, this night celebrates the best in afrobeat and world music. It's their last event of the year, so expect big things.
  • Expect stunning folk that'll warm your soul from East of Eli frontman Nathan West.
  • Although Norway may be better known for its ace pop (Sigrid, Astrid S), it's got a killer punk scene too - Sløtface being a case in point. Here's a chance to listen to the band's new LP, road-tested on a school-and-prison tour.
  • A brass band take on Killers' Hot Fuss album including the eternal indie disco floor-filler, Mr Brightside.
  • Rudimental drummer BEANIE has worked with the best - from Nile Rodgers to George Clinton, Paloma Faith to Anne Marie - and now he's gearing up to release his debut EP, a leftfield slice of dream-pop.
  • Lindstrom, San Soda, Stevie Wonderland and RAW SILK will be bringing their grooviest records to Oval Space.
  • Celebrate the onset of advent with a full orchestra rendition of Destiny Child's classics. Santa hats optional.
  • Spector's first single came out over eight years ago but they're still going strong. Head face-first into an indie rock moshpit at this Oval Space gig.
  • Fuzzy, scuzzy rockers Yak bring their new tunes to Bloomsbury. And it's bound to be loud.
  • The veteran radio DJ is bringing his old school tunes to Omeara for a heady hit of nostalgia.
  • Provocatively named after the best/worst pizza created, this night celebrates the best in afrobeat and world music. It's their last event of the year, so expect big things.
  • Expect stunning folk that'll warm your soul from East of Eli frontman Nathan West.
  • Although Norway may be better known for its ace pop (Sigrid, Astrid S), it's got a killer punk scene too - Sløtface being a case in point. Here's a chance to listen to the band's new LP, road-tested on a school-and-prison tour.
  • A brass band take on Killers' Hot Fuss album including the eternal indie disco floor-filler, Mr Brightside.
  • Rudimental drummer BEANIE has worked with the best - from Nile Rodgers to George Clinton, Paloma Faith to Anne Marie - and now he's gearing up to release his debut EP, a leftfield slice of dream-pop.
  • Lindstrom, San Soda, Stevie Wonderland and RAW SILK will be bringing their grooviest records to Oval Space.
  • Celebrate the onset of advent with a full orchestra rendition of Destiny Child's classics. Santa hats optional.
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings

Toro Y Moi

Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Collectie van Eventbrite
Satisfy your lust for live music here. Every month, we'll stack this collection with unmissable gigs and concerts, from chart-toppers to up-and-coming talent, so you won't miss a thing.
Satisfy your lust for live music here. Every month, we'll stack this collection with unmissable gigs and concerts, from chart-toppers to up-and-coming talent, so you won't miss a thing.
  • Spector's first single came out over eight years ago but they're still going strong. Head face-first into an indie rock moshpit at this Oval Space gig.
  • Fuzzy, scuzzy rockers Yak bring their new tunes to Bloomsbury. And it's bound to be loud.
  • The veteran radio DJ is bringing his old school tunes to Omeara for a heady hit of nostalgia.
  • Provocatively named after the best/worst pizza created, this night celebrates the best in afrobeat and world music. It's their last event of the year, so expect big things.
  • Expect stunning folk that'll warm your soul from East of Eli frontman Nathan West.
  • Although Norway may be better known for its ace pop (Sigrid, Astrid S), it's got a killer punk scene too - Sløtface being a case in point. Here's a chance to listen to the band's new LP, road-tested on a school-and-prison tour.
  • A brass band take on Killers' Hot Fuss album including the eternal indie disco floor-filler, Mr Brightside.
  • Rudimental drummer BEANIE has worked with the best - from Nile Rodgers to George Clinton, Paloma Faith to Anne Marie - and now he's gearing up to release his debut EP, a leftfield slice of dream-pop.
  • Lindstrom, San Soda, Stevie Wonderland and RAW SILK will be bringing their grooviest records to Oval Space.
  • Celebrate the onset of advent with a full orchestra rendition of Destiny Child's classics. Santa hats optional.
  • Spector's first single came out over eight years ago but they're still going strong. Head face-first into an indie rock moshpit at this Oval Space gig.
  • Fuzzy, scuzzy rockers Yak bring their new tunes to Bloomsbury. And it's bound to be loud.
  • The veteran radio DJ is bringing his old school tunes to Omeara for a heady hit of nostalgia.
  • Provocatively named after the best/worst pizza created, this night celebrates the best in afrobeat and world music. It's their last event of the year, so expect big things.
  • Expect stunning folk that'll warm your soul from East of Eli frontman Nathan West.
  • Although Norway may be better known for its ace pop (Sigrid, Astrid S), it's got a killer punk scene too - Sløtface being a case in point. Here's a chance to listen to the band's new LP, road-tested on a school-and-prison tour.
  • A brass band take on Killers' Hot Fuss album including the eternal indie disco floor-filler, Mr Brightside.
  • Rudimental drummer BEANIE has worked with the best - from Nile Rodgers to George Clinton, Paloma Faith to Anne Marie - and now he's gearing up to release his debut EP, a leftfield slice of dream-pop.
  • Lindstrom, San Soda, Stevie Wonderland and RAW SILK will be bringing their grooviest records to Oval Space.
  • Celebrate the onset of advent with a full orchestra rendition of Destiny Child's classics. Santa hats optional.