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    Roundhouse Chalk Farm Rd
    London
    NW1 8EH

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Mew

Alternative rock, Indie rock, Pop, Synthpop, Prog rock

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The dreamy, synth-heavy indie pop/alt rock group from Denmark are back in town for the first time in two years, to bust out epic new tracks from their new album '+-' ('Plus Minus') and a few of the old favourites.

Mew
  1. Wed May 20
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £22.50
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Mountaineering

Off-West End, Drama

Pioneering theatre company non zero one stage their biggest show to date - a piece for 93 others which looks at the choices that change our path in life. The innovative and often immersive non zero one have made interactive, audience-led shows for small...

Mountaineering
  1. Tue Feb 3 – Sun Feb 15
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £15, £10 concs
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Nick Mulvey

Jazz and experimental, World, Blues, roots and country, Indie rock, Pop, Folk

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What does a sensitive soul do after quitting a Mercury-nominated jazz fusion act? Nick Mulvey, a founding member of Portico Quartet, has the answer: reinvent yourself as a singer-songwriter performing mellow, jazzy, offbeat folk-pop, with a world music...

Nick Mulvey
  1. Fri Mar 27
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £17.50
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Nils Frahm

Classical and opera, Jazz and experimental

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Berlin-based neoclassical pianist Frahm headlines with his beguiling brand of beautifully poised minimalism. Mixing mesmeric pop hooks and classical finesse with heartfelt emotion, he comes tipped by Thom Yorke (a man who knows about such things).

Nils Frahm
  1. Fri May 22
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £21.50
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Papa Roach

Metal, Grunge

The triple-platinum nu-metal titans bring their bellowing brand of emotionally bruised post-grunge back to the capital in support of their electronically-leaning latest album, 'The Connection'. Learn all the lyrics to 'Last Resort' before you head down,...

Papa Roach
  1. Thu Mar 12
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £22.50
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Public Service Broadcasting

Noise, drone and ambient, Indie rock

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Sample-heavy soundscapes are this excellent London duo's stock-in-trade. Using live guitar and drums, and sometimes piano and banjo, they create eerie, white-knuckle instrumentals with vocal tracks from old radio broadcasts, public information films and...

Public Service Broadcasting
  1. Thu May 7
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £14
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Ride

Indie rock, Britpop, Shoegaze

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Twenty years after their last London show, Ride are back to shake the Roundhouse. Renowned as one of the defining bands of the ’90s shoegaze scene, they pair high volume, strong melodies and plenty of reverb with a classic-rockin’ approach that was always...

Ride
  1. Sun May 24
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £27.50
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Rival Sons

Blues, Indie rock, Rock 'n' roll

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The hordes of Black Keys fans will love the kind of blues-funk rock that these Californian riffmasters pump out. Rival Sons’ new record ‘Head Down’ nods to rock and roll history while achieving modern vibrancy.

Rival Sons
  1. Wed Apr 1
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £18.50
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Sleater-Kinney

Alternative rock, Indie rock, Punk and hardcore

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Everyone reunites nowadays, so it’s no surprise to have Sleater-Kinney back – but few comebacks are so welcome and needed. The trio trash and swing with a two-guitar attack, and offer a sound that is growing more uncommon: not just unfiltered garage rock,...

Sleater-Kinney
  1. Mon Mar 23
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £25
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The Stranglers

Punk and hardcore, New wave and post-punk

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Old punks don't die, they just go on 40th anniversary tours. That's right: celebrating four decades in the biz tonight, The Stranglers play all the hits to an always appreciative crowd. The long-absent Hugh Cornwell's spot on guitar and vocals is filled...

The Stranglers
  1. Fri Mar 6
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £26
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Swans

Noise, drone and ambient, Alternative rock, Noise

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Everyone knows that a swan can break a man’s arm with its wing, but did you know that New York noise rock band Swans were at one point capable of making entire audiences get spontaneously reacquainted their half-digested lunch? Okay, admittedly that’s...

Swans
  1. Thu May 21
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £25
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TV On The Radio

Indie rock

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Brooklyn-based genre-busters TVOTR bring their delightfully eclectic and fiercely intelligent strain of experimental indie to London for a very welcome show at the Roundhouse. Expect tracks from latest album 'Seeds' (including the enjoyable single 'Happy...

TV On The Radio
  1. Sat Feb 21
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £22.50
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The Unthanks

World, Blues, roots and country, Folk

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It's a family affair, this Mercury-nominated folk band: Becky Unthank and her sister Rachel handle vocal duties while Rachel's husband, producer Adrian McNally, takes to the piano. Other (unrelated) members play fiddle, dulcitone and ukulele. Performing...

The Unthanks
  1. Sat Mar 7
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £20
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The Waterboys

Pop and rock

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Mike Scott and his majestic folk-rock collective return, banging out frothy hits such as 'The Whole of the Moon' and 'Fisherman's Blues' along with new material from their forthcoming album 'Modern Blues', recorded in Nashville.

The Waterboys
  1. Tue Feb 3
  2. Roundhouse
  3. £36
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