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  • Address:

    1a-1c
    Oslo Amhurst Road
    London
    E8 1LL

  • Venue phone:

    020 3553 4831

  • Venue website:

    www.oslohackney.com

  • Transport:

    Hackney Central Overground

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The Asteroids Galaxy Tour

Pop

Taking tips from bubblegum R&B and '60s pop, Mette Lindberg and her Danish group (who've supported Katy Perry) bring their cinnamon-sweet songs to east London.

The Asteroids Galaxy Tour
  1. Mon Nov 10
  2. Oslo
  3. £14
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Clash Presents: Electric Selection

House, techno and electro, Electronica, Clubs

  • Critics' choice

A series of stellar live shows showcasing white-hot, rising and risen electronic talent plucked from across a range of genres. Hosted by Clash magazine and taking place in one of Hackney's most popular new venues, Oslo. All kinds of essential beats and...

  1. Thu Sep 25
  2. Oslo
  3. £8 adv
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Dancing Years

Alternative rock, Pop

Five hotly-tipped boys from Leeds show their sensitive sides, deploying guitars, violin and piano to create heart-tearing folk-pop.

Dancing Years
  1. Mon Dec 15
  2. Oslo
  3. £10
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Flyte

Indie rock

  • Critics' choice

This thoroughly talented and charming London foursome combine all the best bits of latter-day Mystery Jets and Theme Park: undeniably quirky, left-leaning, synthy indie with the odd angular guitar. The mixture is infectious and, trust us, you need it...

Flyte
  1. Tue Nov 4
  2. Oslo
  3. £9
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Gabby Young And Other Animals

Pop and rock, Jazz and experimental, Folk

  • Critics' choice

Young and her Animals perform their engagingly eccentric, dramatic and flamboyant ‘circus swing’ and lounge pop. They’ll be plugging their second LP, ‘The Band Called Out for More’, released last year, which suggested a perkier, folkier Florence And The...

Gabby Young And Other Animals
  1. Thu Nov 27
  2. Oslo
  3. £12
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Hundred Waters

Indie rock, Electronica, Folk

Digital folk, folktronica, whatever – all you need to know about this Floridian band is that they sound quite a bit like Alt-J and a tiny bit like Björk. And that they look a lot like they're all related to each other, even though they aren't.

  1. Wed Oct 15
  2. Oslo
  3. £9
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Jake Isaac

Pop, Singer-songwriter

London-based singer-songwriter Jake Isaac, owner of one deeply soulful and gospel tenor, brings his genre-twisting pop to London.

Jake Isaac
  1. Tue Oct 7
  2. Oslo
  3. £8.50
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JJ

Pop, Synthpop

Wildly eclectic, very patchy but occasionally pretty great, Swedish dream-pop duo JJ specialise in hazy postmodern reinterpretations of mainstream hip hop tracks including Lil Wayne's 'Lollipop' and Dre and Snoop's 'Still DRE'. This is their first London...

JJ
  1. Tue Dec 9
  2. Oslo
  3. £8.50
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Kill It Kid

Grunge, Hard rock, Alternative rock

Frantic rockers from Bath, signed by Seymour Stein to Sire Records, who initially used violins and banjos alongside guitars but now write heavy, grungey, bluesy numbers with nary a fiddle in earshot.

Kill It Kid
  1. Mon Nov 3
  2. Oslo
  3. £12
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King Buzzo

Singer-songwriter, Acoustic, Grunge

The pineapple-haired grunge hero goes acoustic, swapping the muddy riffs of his longstanding band The Melvins for a new career as a solo singer-songwriter.

King Buzzo
  1. Sat Sep 20
  2. Oslo
  3. £13.50
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FD

Something tells me this reviewer didn't eat the food 'cause it isn't good. Many better options in the immediate vicinity. Nice space for a drink, although have been in twice and both times the five points ales were off.

bigsands

Oslo seems to be missing the Herring and Norwegian Salmon. Customers are becoming more aware of healthy eating and tons of chips and bacon is not as attractive anymore. Twitter/bigsands

E. Murphy

Just what the area needed - large enough to cater, but small enough to stay cool! Fabulous food - and brilliant clubs nights. love !