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    Electric Ballroom 184 Camden High St
    London
    NW1 8QP

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Against Me

Punk and hardcore

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Do you remember when you were young and wanted to set the world on fire? If not, Against Me's brand of punk will certainly remind you of angstier days when nothing mattered and you were always right. The band's powerful latest, 'Transgender Dysphoria...

Against Me

Alestorm

Metal

If you haven't heard 'pirate metal', you haven't lived. Scottish five-piece Alestorm are its primary exponents, playing power metal with buccaneering lyrics and accordion-effect keytars. It's really quite something, trust us: practice your best snarl...

Alestorm

Angel Olsen

Pop, Indie rock, Singer-songwriter, Folk

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When otherworldly Chicago singer Olsen isn't playing with Emmett Kelly's experimental folk-rock band The Cairo Gang, she's a bewitching folk songwriter in her own right. Her heartstring-tugging vibrato and sheer simplicity make her well worth a listen....

Angel Olsen
  1. Thu Sep 25
  2. Electric Ballroom
  3. £14.50
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Basement

Emo, Punk and hardcore

No, not Basement Jaxx – these guys are emo-ish punk-poppers from Ipswich, who went on hiatus in 2012 but are back now to rock the diehard.

Basement

Beans On Toast

Singer-songwriter, Folk

The guitar-toting, Billy Bragg-loving, would-be revolutionary singer-songwriter keeps on strumming. His enormous repertoire of originals includes 'I Shot Tupac Shakur and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt', 'Whatever Happened To the Rubicks Cube?' and...

Beans On Toast

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

Indie rock, Alternative rock

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Ten years after their first shows, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah are on the brink of becoming indie veterans. Though the band is now effectively a solo project for strangle-voiced singer Alec Ounsworth, new material from the upcoming album 'Only Run' seems...

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

Cloud Nothings

Indie rock

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Packing all the angst and energy of your Blink-182s without the cringe factor, Dylan Baldi’s lo-fi pop-punks bust out some serious riffage. Do some lunges and get ready to mosh like you’re 17 again as they plug their excellent new record 'Here and Nowhere...

Cloud Nothings

Death From Above 1979

Pop and rock

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Back for their first London show since 2011, white-knuckle electro-punk duo DFA 1979 finally have some new material to follow up their storming 2004 debut 'You're a Woman, I'm a Machine'. They sold out two nights at The Forum last time around, so tickets...

Death From Above 1979
  1. Mon Oct 20
  2. Electric Ballroom
  3. £17.50
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Deltron 3030

Hip hop, Hip hop

Dan The Automator, Del The Funky Homosapien and Kid Koala come together to form hip hop powerhouse Deltron 3030.

Deltron 3030
  1. Tue Nov 18
  2. Electric Ballroom
  3. £19.50
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Fat White Family

Alternative rock

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Anyone remember The Metros, Peckham's straggly, sub-Libertine punk 'n' roll group? Well, through a strange alchemical process – via stints as The Saudis and Meat Divine, and gaining and losing members along the way – they've turned into one of London's...

Fat White Family

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