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This month’s best gigs

From Marianne Faithfull to Tame Impala, here are London’s best gigs this February

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Unmissable upcoming gigs in the capital

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Wolf Alice

The awesome foursome from north London pump out lashings of reverb-heavy indie-grunge-pop, which has earned them critical acclaim and adoring fans up and down the country. This’ll be their biggest home town show to date and a fitting showcase for their superb debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’.

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Okay, so we gave their new album ‘Drones’ a one-star review, but Muse’s epic live shows are rarely disappointing. They’re back in London next spring for some big live shows performed in the round, and you can count on something spectacular (robots? fireworks? holograms?) to accompany their mega prog riffs.

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Tame Impala

Kevin Parker’s psychedelic rock gang are coming back to London early next year for a huge show, where you’ll hear epic workouts from their new Top Five album ‘Currents’, 2012’s excellent ‘Lonerism’ and their debut long-player ‘Innerspeaker’, which first set out their woozy world of driving, fuzz-encrusted, psychedelic rock and tripped-out pop and nodded to the likes of Blue Cheer, Dungen and Cream. Very groovy, maaan.

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This manufactured trio from Japan combine the popular 'idol' style of J-pop with crushing heavy metal. The result: three cute teenage girls performing upbeat vocals and dance moves, interspersed with punishing riffs and drumming. It's just as bizarre as it sounds, but millions of YouTube viewers can't be wrong, right? Read our Babymetal interview.

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