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Silent Disco at The View from The Shard

The silent disco phenomenon reaches new heights at these exclusive Time Out events. Pick your channel and choose your side as three DJs battle it out over separate wireless channels, playing the best in pop, rock and party classics, while you dance the night away at 1,000ft. The View from The Shard is the visitor attraction at the top of Western Europe's tallest building, The Shard. With unparalleled, panoramic views, it offers visitors a unique perspective on the capital.

  1. The View from the Shard Joiner St, SE1 9QU
  2. Sat Sep 27 - Sun Feb 8
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Silent Disco at Altitude London

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The silent disco phenomenon continues to reach new heights at this exclusive Time Out event. There’s two floors of funk for up to 500 people at Altitude’s silent disco. In the Sky bar you can pick up some food, relax with a drink and admire the views. Upstairs, the actual disco is all about partying ‘til you can’t party any more. Three top DJs, including Time Out's very own Oliver Keens, will be on hand to drop a range of killer tunes against an amazing backdrop of the

  1. Altitude 360° Millbank Tower, 21-24 Millbank, SW1 4QP
  2. Fri Apr 4 - Sat Dec 20
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Royal Blood

  • Critics choice

Hotly tipped bass-and-drums duo Royal Blood (the only rock act on the BBC's Sound of 2014 list) headline, fresh from the Number One success of their self-titled debut album.

  1. Electric Ballroom 184 Camden High St, NW1 8QP
  2. Thu Nov 6 - Fri Nov 7
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Morrissey

  • Critics choice

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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Sam Smith

Catapulted into the spotlight by some canny guest appearances – including Disclosure's 'Latch' and Naughty Boy's 'La La La' – young singer-songwriter Smith boasts a wonderfully smooth and delicate voice. Despite making his name with two dance-pop hits, his debut album 'In the Lonely Hour' is full of melancholy balladry, but that hasn't done him any harm: Sad Sam has become a massive star on both sides of the Atlantic, and currently sells out pretty much any gig he deigns to

  1. O2 Academy Brixton Stockwell Road, SW9 9SL
  2. Thu Nov 6 - Fri Mar 27
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Barrio Big Band

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Joe Chiari leads the band as they play a range of funky, big band and Motown hits along with modern day tunes and classics.

  1. Barrio Central 6 Poland Street, W1F 8PS
  2. Tue Sep 23 - Wed Nov 26
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Biffy Clyro

  • Critics choice

The inventive and hugely popular Glaswegian trio headline. At this small one-off show they'll be playing tracks from their most recent album 'Opposites', a double helping of their ferocious brand of grungey hard rock, alongside cuts from their long discography.

  1. Troxy 490 Commercial Rd, E1 0HX
  2. Sat Nov 22
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LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Dr John – A Tribute to Louis Armstrong

  • Critics choice

Fonky, voodoo gris-gris gumbo from New Orleans' totemic figure, who burst back into his late-'60s mode with 2012 album 'Locked Down'. DJ has a new album due for a summer release, followed by this show at London Jazz Festival, in which he pays tribute to another New Orleans great, Louis Armstrong.

  1. Barbican Centre Silk St, EC2Y 8DS
  2. Sat Nov 15
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Robert Plant And The Sensational Space Shifters

  • Critics choice

Led Zeppelin may be in the midst of a snazzy, full-catalogue reissue campaign, but don't get your hopes up for another reunion: Robert Plant's far too busy with this new band. Although they absorb West African and Bristol trip-hop influences along the way, the Sensational Space Shifters are rooted in the blues and are almost as heavy as the Zep in their prime. They're also fond of cracking out plenty of old classics: past set lists have included 'Whole Lotta Love', 'Black Dog',

  1. Roundhouse Chalk Farm Rd, NW1 8EH
  2. Wed Nov 12
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Warpaint

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After a meteoric rise in 2011, the LA quartet return to the UK for some more eerily sweet psychedelia and experimental melodrama. As well as tracks from their spooky-but-sexy debut album 'The Fool', they'll play plenty of songs tonight from their new, self-titled second album, one of the standout records of 2014.

  1. Eventim Apollo Hammersmith 45 Queen Caroline St, W6 9QH
  2. Sat Nov 29
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La Roux

  • Critics choice

After breaking into the charts and our hearts with their synthpop stormers ‘In for the Kill’ and ‘Bulletproof’, London duo La Roux all but vanished for a good few years. Now La Roux is back, down one band member (it's just luminous singer Elly Jackson this time) but up one simply incredible second album, ‘Trouble in Paradise’. Grab this chance to see a modern-day pop icon live and on top form. Read more: La Roux interview: ‘Where's the fucking melody?’

  1. O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire Shepherd's Bush Green, W12 8TT
  2. Wed Nov 12
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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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Banks

  • Critics choice

This soulful, downbeat LA singer's warm productions and romantic R&B vocals have made her a hot ticket – and got her onto the BBC's often self-fulfilling Sound of 2014 list – so she's probably a safer bet than most actual banks nowadays. This show follows the release of the singer's modestly-titled debut album 'Goddess'. Read more: What's the deal with Banks?

  1. O2 Academy Brixton Stockwell Road, SW9 9SL
  2. Sun Nov 23
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The Knife

  • Critics choice

The Dreijer siblings return, bringing their twisted and pulsating electronica to London for another date on their 'Shaking The Habitual' tour. Their date at the Roundhouse last year split opinion for featuring almost no live music; instead the band and their dancers hosted something resembling a mass aerobics class-slash-rave. Space cults, gender politics, glitter and drums also featured heavily. Will they revive that here or do something completely different? As ever with The

  1. O2 Academy Brixton Stockwell Road, SW9 9SL
  2. Thu Nov 6
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MNEK

  • Critics choice

Superbly soulful R&B singer, producer and writer MNEK has had a hand in plenty of awesome projects – singing on club smashes including Gorgon City's 'Ready for Your Love' and Duke Dumont's 'Need U (100%)' and co-writing The Saturdays' pop gem 'All Fired Up' – and he's only nineteen. Sickening, eh? Still, we'll forgive him as he's so damn good at it. At tonight's show/'party' he'll be bashing out tracks from his upcoming debut album.

  1. XOYO Cowper Street, EC2A 4AP
  2. Thu Nov 6
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