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Chris Stein/Negative: Me, Blondie and The Advent of Punk

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To mark Blondie's 40th anniversary, Somerset House present this mega show of previously unpublished photographs by Chris Stein, co-founder of the band. As well as featuring images of the chart-topping group in their early days and backstage on tour, Stein has selected other favourites from his archive including sultry snaps of David Bowie, The Ramones, Andy Warhol and other big names from the glittering, new wave world.  

  1. Somerset House Strand, WC2R 1LA
  2. Fri Nov 28 - Sun Jan 25
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Independent Label Market and London Brewers' Market

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Vinyl buffs, rejoice: the Independent Label Market is back for its annual pre-Christmas sale. It’s a platform for nearly a hundred of the UK’s best independent record labels – including XL, 4AD, Domino, Mute and Hyperdub – to sell their wares directly to music lovers, and a chance for punters to get hold of some of the freshest LPs, CDs, tapes and merchandise, and hang out with the ever-friendly label staff and musicians who man the stalls. If the idea of an indie record

  1. Old Spitalfields Market Brushfield Street, Spitalfields, E1 6AA
  2. Sat Nov 29
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Bonobo

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Simon Green, Ninja Tune’s psychedelic breaks guru, plays a huge gig at Ally Pally to round off a tour in support of his latest album ‘The North Borders’. If you missed Bonobo’s bliss-inducing spectacular at the Brixton Academy last year, put this one in your diary now.

  1. Alexandra Palace Alexandra Palace Way, N22 7AY
  2. Fri Nov 28
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Jools Holland And His Rhythm And Blues Orchestra

The former Squeeze keysman and amiable lord of 'Later…' returns for more boogie woogie action. Alongside regular Jools sidekicks Ruby Turner, Louise Marshall and Gilson Lavis, you can count on some big-name guest vocalists.

  1. Royal Albert Hall Kensington Gore, SW7 2AP
  2. Fri Nov 28 - Sat Nov 29
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Morrissey

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The Pope of Mope returns, trailing a new album ('World Peace Is None of Your Business') and a dark cloud. Moz's iconic miserablism won't have been relieved by a tough patch that's reportedly seen him dropped by his record label, but we've got our fingers crossed that he'll be on form for this London date. His workmanlike backing band will be helping him run through new songs alongside select cuts from a hefty and often captivating back catalogue, albeit with a noticeable dropping

  1. The O2 Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX
  2. Sat Nov 29
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Flight Facilities

Rolling into one Mylo-esque beats, ELO-styled vocals and super-cheesy lyrics ('You know that I am married and you are too, so I can't be seen with you'), Flight Facilities are an Australian duo who started out as indie DJs then went live. Unfortunately, they don't give out complimentary savoury snacks at their gigs.

  1. Electric Brixton Brixton Hill, SW2 1RJ
  2. Sat Nov 29
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Beardyman

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The beatboxer extraordinaire and festival favourite brings his seemingly physically impossible vocal talents to the stage, where his oral creations work best. He’s just invented a new bit of software, the Beardytron 5000, to loop, sample and manipulate his hip hop, D&B and electro mouth-beats with even more precision and flexibility, and he’ll be showing it off tonight.

  1. Koko Camden High St, NW1 7JE
  2. Fri Nov 28
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Morcheeba

Once again fronted by their original vocalist Sky Edwards, the champions of coffee-table R&B – agreeable enough live, if decidedly unchallenging – return to air their sun-dapppled, laid-back beats and fuzzy psychedelia.

  1. O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire Shepherd's Bush Green, W12 8TT
  2. Fri Nov 28
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Marianne Faithfull

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Gruff-voiced diva and counter-cultural British national treasure Faithfull draws from her 50-year recording career. She survived the ’60s and life with Jagger, a period spent living rough in Soho as a heroin addict, and successful surgery to treat breast cancer in 2006, proving that she's a tough woman as well as a casually charismatic perfomer.

  1. Royal Festival Hall Belvedere Rd, South Bank, SE1 8XX
  2. Sat Nov 29
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Gary Numan

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Despite his miserablism, his Bowie-aping and his right-wing tendencies, the Numanoid has long since been recognised as the godfather of electronica and the spiritual progenitor of Marilyn Manson. His latest 'Machine Music' tour plundered his whole 35-year discography. If you like synthesizers and songs about lonely robots and automobiles, you can't go wrong.

  1. Eventim Apollo Hammersmith 45 Queen Caroline St, W6 9QH
  2. Fri Nov 28
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Tomorrow's Warriors

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  • Free

Gary Crosby's young outfit is a training ground for the jazz stars of tomorrow. Prepare to be impressed and envious at their talent.

  1. Verdi The Royal Albert Hall, SW7 2AP
  2. Fri Nov 28
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Mark Lockheart's Ellington in Anticipation

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Saxophonist Mark Lockheart leads an all-star ensemble of jazz talent: drummer Seb Rochford, bassist Jasper Høiby, pianist Liam Noble, saxophonist Finn Peters, clarinetist James Allsop, bassist Tom Herbert and violinist Emma Smith. Together they perform new arrangements of Duke Ellington classics including ‘Satin Doll’ and ‘Mood Indigo’, truly bringing jazz history into this century. Highly recommended.

  1. Kings Place York Way, N1 9AG
  2. Sat Nov 29
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John Butcher

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A two-day residency to celebrate the sixtieth birthday of free improv maestro John Butcher. The saxophonist is renowned for his ability to push the instrument beyond even harmonics, multiphonics, overtones, percussive sounds and electronic feedback. The two days feature a line-up of Butcher’s longstanding musician friends including Dominic Lash, Guillaume Viltard and Olie Brice.

  1. Cafe Oto 18-22 Ashwin St, E8 3DL
  2. Fri Nov 28 - Sat Nov 29
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Julia Holter

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It’s Holter’s innocently beautiful voice, and commitment to strange and intrepid musical adventures, that make her our favourite experimental folk artist. She’s over from LA from showcase some of her smart, subtly humorous and, often overwhelmingly gorgeous songs.

  1. Barbican Centre Silk St, EC2Y 8DS
  2. Sat Nov 29
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Enrique Iglesias

You can surgically remove a big ol' cheek mole – as Enrique Iglesias did a few years back – but there's no -ectomy for that thing called love. Son of Julio, this Latin pop megastar has been exploring more bass-bumping, EDM-infused territory lately (as evidenced on 'Turn the Night Up' and 'I'm a Freak') but can still throw down a romantic ballad like nobody's business. Come ready to divide your time between frenzied rump-shaking and breathless swooning, plus a warm-up set by

  1. The O2 Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX
  2. Fri Nov 28
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