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    Scala Pentonville Road
    King's Cross
    London
    N1 9NL

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Allo Darlin'

Pop, Indie rock

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These sophisticated, jangle-loving Anglo-Australian indie-poppers are hotly tipped, and their second album 'Europe' was one of 2012's most unfairly overlooked records. They draw on classic indie pop from The Primitives to Talulah Gosh and The Pastels...

Allo Darlin'
  1. Mon Nov 24
  2. Scala
  3. £13.50
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Alvvays

Pop, Indie rock

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Alvvays have nothing in commong with Chvrches, aside from injecting Vs in their names and giving us a reason to clear space in our heart for yet another neatly-formed trad indie band. Appling reverb to jangly guitars like Doritos adds cheese dust to chips,...

Alvvays
  1. Wed Jan 28 2015
  2. Scala
  3. £10
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Andy Jordan

Acoustic

The London-based singer-songwriter and guitarist, known for his role on E4's series 'Made in Chelsea', performs his original acoustic songs.

Andy Jordan
  1. Wed Mar 18 2015
  2. Scala
  3. £12
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Ariel Pink

Pop, Indie rock, Psych and garage rock, Alternative rock

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Over here for the first time in a while without his Haunted Graffiti backing crew, LA's prolific Mr Pink plays his alluring, bedroom-recorded avant/psych-pop with folk overtones.

Ariel Pink
  1. Mon Nov 17
  2. Scala
  3. £15
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The Blackout

Emo, Punk and hardcore

One of many sets of Welsh boys currently plying post-hardcore screamo, The Blackout hail from the delightful town of Merthyr Tydfil. Tonight, though, they're in London to bludgeon their instruments and howl their way through their latest album 'Start...

The Blackout
  1. Thu Nov 13
  2. Scala
  3. £14
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Deus

Pop and rock

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The grungy Belgian alt rockers – who first surfaced in the mid ’90s and can play the hell out of pretty much any instrument you might care to mention – have had a few line-up changes in their time, but still have as their linchpin the fabulously named...

Deus
  1. Wed Dec 10
  2. Scala
  3. £20
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The Drums

Indie rock

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One of the buzz bands of 2010 return to see if their bouncy mix of new wave and rock ’n’ roll can find its feet in 2014. Their new album is called 'Encyclopedia': it's very, very long with the songs in alphabetical order. Possibly.

The Drums
  1. Tue Nov 18
  2. Scala
  3. £16.50
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François And The Atlas Mountains

Pop, Indie rock, Psych and garage rock

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François Marry came to Bristol from France in 2003, put an ad in a window for musicians and started collecting as many second-hand instruments as he could afford. In a year he had released his self-recorded debut solo LP 'Les Anciennes Falaises' and now...

François And The Atlas Mountains
  1. Tue Nov 11
  2. Scala
  3. £12.50
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James Bay

Folk

Young, acoustic guitar-toting, hat-loving troubadour Bay sings slow and steady folk numbers like Damien Rice. He's a hot tip at the moment and keeps selling out his smaller shows, so book early if you want to guarantee your spot here tonight.

James Bay
  1. Tue Nov 25
  2. Scala
  3. Sold Out
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J Mascis

Pop and rock

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The grandaddy of grunge (with respect to Neil Young) takes to the stage solo again to remind us of just how many strings he has to his slacker-rock bow. Songs from Mascis's new solo album 'Tied to a Star' are a given, but cross your fingers for some Dinosaur...

J Mascis
  1. Thu Jan 8 2015
  2. Scala
  3. £16
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