Koko

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    The Koko
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    Koko crowds
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    Screaming Lights
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    Screaming Lights
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    Stalls

The Koko

Michelle Grant / Time Out

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  • Address:

    1a
    Koko Camden High St
    London
    NW1 7JE

  • Venue phone:

    0870 432 5527

  • Venue website:

    www.koko.uk.com

  • Transport:

    Tube: Mornington Crescent

  • Map

    1. Koko
      • 1a
        Camden High St
        London
        NW1 7JE
      • 0870 432 5527
      • www.koko.uk.com
      • 51.53502,-0.13933

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Agnieszka Chylinska

Rock 'n' roll

The singer from Gdansk, Poland performs her rock originals. With support from Dawid Podsiadlo.

  1. Sun Sep 7
  2. Koko
  3. £30
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Anathema

Pop and rock

Liverpudlian goth/doom metal stalwarts headline.

  1. Fri Sep 26
  2. Koko
  3. £18.50
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Atmosphere

Hip hop

  • Critics' choice

Minneapolis producer/MC duo Ant and Slug (aka Atmosphere, and not to be confused with Ant and Dec) have been combining the former's melodic hip hop beats and the latter's introspective rapping style since ’97. They made strides into the UK underground...

Atmosphere
  1. Sun Oct 5
  2. Koko
  3. £17.50
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Bury Tomorrow

Metal

These rising melodic metallers from Southampton delve into both glistening nu-metal and harder, angular riffing styles.

  1. Fri Oct 24
  2. Koko
  3. £13
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Buttoned Down Disco

House music, Indie rock, Chart pop, Clubs, Electro-rock

  • Critics' choice

Overdose on this ever-popular indie/electro night that sees resident DJs Christian Laing and Pete Wheeler and co unleash rockin' electro and indie-pop mash-up madness, with a scattering of cheese and student party anthems.

  1. Sat Sep 6 – Sun Oct 5
  2. Koko
  3. £10, free before 10pm (entry via invite...
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Caribou

Electronica, Alternative rock

  • Critics' choice

It’s fair to say that musicians aren’t always reliable. Dan Snaith, however, has well and truly bucked that trend with his Caribou project, consistently producing lush, psychedelic rock and electronic alt pop that always sounds inviting and fresh. On...

Caribou
  1. Wed Oct 8
  2. Koko
  3. Sold Out
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Cate Le Bon

Pop, Folk, Psych and garage rock

  • Critics' choice

With her beguiling voice and bewitching psych-folk-pop numbers, Welsh singer Ms Le Bon is well versed in charming the pants off a crowd. She'll be aided tonight by new songs from her album 'Mug Museum', which was recorded in LA and informed by the death...

Cate Le Bon
  1. Thu Sep 11
  2. Koko
  3. £12.50
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Catfish And The Bottlemen

Indie rock

Ignore the silly name: this tipped Welsh indie rock foursome are actually pretty good, packing big riffs, fuzzy bass and emotive vocals into a sound that makes them come across like a cleaner Biffy Clyro.

Catfish And The Bottlemen
  1. Fri Nov 7
  2. Koko
  3. £11
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Christina Perri

Chart pop

Best known for appearing on the soundtrack to the second 'Twilight' film, US pop-rocker Perri rolls up on her 'Head or Heart' tour. There will be ballads.

Christina Perri
  1. Mon Nov 24
  2. Koko
  3. £17.50
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Coasts

Electro, Indie rock, New wave and post-punk

Pummelling, radio-friendly, ferociously catchy indie by Bristolian five-piece Coasts – think Bastille meet Peace meet Foals, then add in a bit of boy-band styling and you're pretty much there.

Coasts
  1. Thu Sep 18
  2. Koko
  3. £10
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A good venue for gigs but not so much for club nights.

Eleanor

I saw The Band Perry at the Koko club and it was a lovely venue, it is an old theatre with all the seating taken out in the stalls (I didnt see upstairs) and has a full bar at the back. The acoustics were very good, as were the Band Perry! Would recommend! I would like to go to one of their guilty pleasures nights and club nights soon!

Jimmytwigg

I agree. Not the most welcoming of places. As for the refit?? I used to go there in the mid 90's and I could not tell what they had changed since then?... Sticky carpets, awful toilets and grumpy staff. Regretfully, best avoided.

Dazbert

I don't get the idea here. It's a lovely building with an interesting layout, but they treat their customers like cattle. They charge insane prices for a can of appalling bitter emptied lovelessly into a thin plastic glass. Queues 10-deep at the bar. Events where the comperes verbally abuse people for needing the toilet while they're speaking (and I mean abuse, not joke about, Patrick Kielty). It's bad enough that you start to think, 'Well if you really don't want me here I'll leave.' You're just a commodity, being fleeced for as much as they can get away with. It's a shame, as it has so much potential. But it's top of my blacklist nowadays.