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    Islington Assembly Hall Upper St
    Islington
    London
    N1 2UD

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Alabama Shakes

Pop and rock

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The Georgia neo-soul quartet return for more smokey old-time rock ’n’ soul, mixing up authentic and respectful R&B with what sounds like a half-secret love of The Black Keys and The White Stripes.

Alabama Shakes
  1. Thu Feb 19 2015
  2. Islington Assembly Hall
  3. £19.50
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Andrew McMahon

Singer-songwriter, Emo

If you remember the emo pop-punk of Something Corporate, then it's likely you'll already know their frontman Andrew McMahon ('garage-band king to your punk-rock princess', anyone? No?) . His solo fare is still emo, but it's more a one-man-and-a-piano...

Andrew McMahon
  1. Sat Feb 28 2015
  2. Islington Assembly Hall
  3. £17.50
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Charlie Simpson

Singer-songwriter

The former Busted and Fightstar man, who opted not to get involved in the wildly successful McBusted boy band BOGOF, continues his solo career. Tonight he'll perform touching, singer-songwriterly tracks from his new album 'Long Road Home', acoustic and...

Charlie Simpson
  1. Tue Feb 10 2015
  2. Islington Assembly Hall
  3. £16.50
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Duke Special

Pop and rock

The dreadlocked, eyelinered troubadour from Belfast delivers his impassioned honky-tonk songs on a wide range of instruments, including gramophone, fiddle and harmonium. He'll be playing his album 'Songs from the Deep Forest' in full with his band.

Duke Special
  1. Wed May 13 2015
  2. Islington Assembly Hall
  3. £18.50
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Fall Out Boy

Emo, Pop, Punk and hardcore

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Chicago's infectious and still enormously popular emo-pop group Fall Out Boy are best known for XFM staple 'Sugar, We're Going Down', and for their super-catchy mixture of frantic riffs, pop chops and complex wordplay. They're back on these shores with...

Fall Out Boy

JD McPherson

Pop and rock, Blues, roots and country

Vintage rock 'n' roll and old school rhythm and blues from the gruff-voiced McPherson, who hails from Chicago and is backed by sax, bluegrass guitars and hard-grooving beats.

JD McPherson

Kele

Electronica, Synthpop

With Bloc Party still on ice, the now New York-based Kele Okereke is stuck in electro-solo mode for a while at least. His debut solo album 'The Boxer' showcased a brooding, poppy electronica sound that's explored further on his new record 'Trick'.

Kele
  1. Fri Feb 6 2015
  2. Islington Assembly Hall
  3. £19.10
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Lene Lovich

Music

The oddball new wave diva returns with her enjoyable spiky new band to sing 'Lucky Number' and more songs from her leftfield repertoire.

Lene Lovich

Luke Haines

Pop and rock

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Scabrous socio-political songwriter Haines – the man behind The Auteurs, Baader-Meinhof and Black Box Recorder – performs tracks from his new album 'New York in the ’70s'. It's a musical chronicle of the NY punk scene, with the surreal twist you'd expect...

Luke Haines

Stornoway

Indie rock, Folk

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It's not every folky chamber-pop band that manages to rack up a couple of million YouTube views, but Stornoway have managed it by combining bold, playful melodies with unusual instrumentation and a bittersweet psychedelic edge. Boasting a Russian translator...

Stornoway

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