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Just announced: the latest London gigs

Our weekly list of the capital’s top tickets – book now for the best live music in London

Want to beat the crowds and the touts, and book tickets for the hottest gigs in London? You’ve come to the right place. Every day we keep our ears to the ground for the latest gig announcements in the capital. Check out the newest shows to be anounced below, or if you’re browsing for the best gigs month-by-month, see our ultimate London concert guide.

This week’s hottest ticket


Critics' choice

Christmas time, mistletoe and grime: London rap lynchpins Joseph and Jamie Adenuga – aka Skepta and JME – roll up for a big festive show at Brixton with special guests Novelist, Casisdead, Frisco and Section Boyz. Big.

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O2 Academy Brixton , Stockwell Friday December 18 2015

Gigs just announced

Alessia Cara

Critics' choice

This new Canadian R&B star has a superb voice and attitude to burn. Check out her track ‘Here’, which samples Portishead’s ‘Glory Box’ for maximum moodiness.

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Dingwalls (Lock 17) , Camden Town Tuesday November 3 2015

Hot 8 Brass Band

This hard-blowing New Orleans brass octet mix it up with pop and hip hop, covering anything from Snoop Dogg's 'What's My Name' to Marvin Gaye's 'Sexual Healing' in their set.

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The Garage , Highbury Monday November 2 2015 - Tuesday November 10 2015

Alex G

Critics' choice

Until lately Alex Giannascoli was just another English major at Temple University in his home town of Philadelphia. But now his cracked, home-recorded, slightly Elliot Smith-ish indie songs have started to get some pretty serious attention, and he’s dropped out of college to present them to the world with the help of a talented band. His London shows often sell out ahead of time, so book early if you want to catch Mr G next time around.

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100 Club , Oxford Street Tuesday October 20 2015 - Thursday November 12 2015


Insipid, squeaky-clean boy band Lawson aren’t named after Nigella or even Nigel, but apparently after a brain surgeon who once operated on lead singer Andy Brown. They favour denim (sometimes double) and freakishly rigid hair, and their debut album ‘Chapman Square’ was so called after the swanky street in Wimbledon where Brown lived with his pop star ex.

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The Garage , Highbury Friday November 13 2015

Majical Cloudz

Critics' choice

Canadian electronic adventurers Majical Cloudz drift into London to perform their stark and stately pop songs. Their debut album made a strong case for Majical main man Devon Welsh's being one of the finest singer-songwriters of the thriving Canadian electronic underground.

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St John Bethnal Green , Bethnal Green Wednesday November 18 2015
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