The Lexington

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Lexington

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  • Address:

    96-98
    The Lexington Pentonville Rd
    London
    N1 9JB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7837 5371

  • Venue website:

    www.thelexington.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Mon-Wed, Sun noon-2am; Thur noon-3am; Fri-Sat noon-4am

  • Transport:

    Tube: Angel/Kings Cross

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Ballet School

Pop

  • Critics' choice

Mixing up ’80s and ’90s pop, R&B and dreamy guitar, Ballet School are a Berlin-based, Bella Union-signed trio who could sit comfortably on a bill with Haim or Chromatics.

Ballet School
  1. Wed Nov 19
  2. The Lexington
  3. £8.50 adv
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The Besnard Lakes

Shoegaze, Psych and garage rock, Alternative rock

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Bringing their new album ‘Until in Excess, Imperceptible UFO’ to London, the critically acclaimed Lakes were originally a husband-and-wife duo. They’ve since taken on two extra members to craft their beautiful but often dark and disturbing mix of Cocteau...

The Besnard Lakes
  1. Thu Oct 2 – Fri Oct 3
  2. The Lexington
  3. £16
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Blue Rose Code/Danny Thompson

Folk, Acoustic

Bethnal Green's jazz-folkies, who make gorgeous sounds influenced by Van Morrison and John Martyn, team up with top session bassist Thompson (who's played with Nick Drake and Kate Bush among countless others) for a performance that should be rather s...

  1. Mon Oct 6
  2. The Lexington
  3. adv £16.50
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The History Of Apple Pie

Pop, Indie rock, Shoegaze, Alternative rock

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This much-fancied London five-piece boast the choppy guitars of Blur, early Radiohead or Sonic Youth, the dream-pop vocals of Lush, and occasionally the driving, downbeat ambience of The Cure. It’s not just an exercise in pastiche though – some sweet...

The History Of Apple Pie

Howling Bells

Indie rock, Psych and garage rock

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Bella Union's stylish, Mazzy Star-adoring Australians return. Their brooding, bluesy psychedelic rock sounds like the wind in the desert at night – but with better tunes, obviously.

Howling Bells

Nicole Atkins

Pop and rock

Brooklyn's psychedelic-pop songwriter rolls up with her band.

Quilt

Folk, Psych and garage rock

The psychedelic folk and pop threesome who originate from Boston, Massachusetts.

  1. Tue Sep 23
  2. The Lexington
  3. w/wristband free
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Strand Of Oaks

Alternative rock

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San Franciscan stomp-rock from Strand Of Oaks, a solo artist whose grandiose sound is rooted in the ’80s alt rock scene, Thin Lizzy and Springsteen.

Strand Of Oaks

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