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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To mark Blondie's 40th anniversary, Somerset House present this mega show of previously unpublished photographs by Chris Stein, co-founder of the band.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. Tue Nov 25 - Sun Jan 25
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Bryan Adams

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Everyone's favourite Canadian purveyor of MOR and his gravelly vocals return to the UK to fill out an arena or two. He hasn't released a studio album since 2008, but don't think that'll stop him belting out all the classics, including '(Everything I Do) I Do It For You' and 'Can't Stop This Thing We Started'.

  1. Wembley Arena Empire Way, HA9 0PA
  2. Wed Nov 26
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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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Little Dragon

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The haunting and esoteric Swedish electro-pop four-piece headline, fronted by radiant vocalist Yukimi Nagano and drawing on Portishead, Prince and Depeche Mode. They're here to play from their incredible new album 'Nabuma Rubberband', which should get the crowd bumping and grinding in no time at all.

  1. O2 Academy Brixton Stockwell Road, SW9 9SL
  2. Thu Nov 27
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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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The National

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Since emigrating from Ohio to Brooklyn in the late 1990s, this five-piece – including two sets of brothers – have been making dark, seductively brooding alt rock. It's a gothic breed of Americana that suggests a country and western Interpol, or Joy Division reared on Johnny Cash. They're back in the UK to promote their sixth album, 'Trouble Will Find Me'. ‘Sometimes I forget I have the same job as Madonna’: read our interview with The National

  1. The O2 Peninsula Square, SE10 0DX
  2. Wed Nov 26
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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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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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Mac DeMarco

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The fantastic guitar-toting Canadian soft-rocker comes to London in support of his latest album 'Salad Days'. His wearily romantic, chorus-heavy jams, tied together by his disaffected drawl and hazy lyrics, make him a great live draw.

  1. The Forum 9-17 Highgate Rd, NW5 1JY
  2. Tue Nov 25
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Parov Stelar Band

Austrian musician and DJ Stelar combines house, swing, jazz and pop with his hugely successful electro-swing band.

  1. O2 Academy Brixton Stockwell Road, SW9 9SL
  2. Tue Nov 25
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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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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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AMP Collected

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Record-spinner and broadcaster Annie Mac has almost as many solid DJ sets under her belt as she does curls in her ever-impressive bouffant, and her long-running AM Presents sessions have become essential tick boxes for many a top DJ and producer across a range of genres. This new addition to the series finds Mac exploring the more eclectic side of her musical tastes. Taking place at the Institute of Contemporary Arts – a multi-functional gallery, cinema and performance space

  1. ICA The Mall, SW1Y 5AH
  2. Wed Nov 26 - Wed Dec 10
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The Fall

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Few UK bands have carved a more inventive, original and fascinating path through music than Mark E Smith's enduring post-punk gang. Equally likely to be a shambolic disaster as an utterly compelling groove machine, they're known for changing line-up more often than the sharp-tongued, crumple-faced curmudgeon changes his socks. But the current incarnation – including two drummers – has been on great form, so assuming Smith doesn't fire everyone (aside from his wife,

  1. The Garage Highbury Corner, N5 1RD
  2. Thu Nov 27
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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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