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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Hazy, psychedellic/’70s referrencing post-rock.

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 Barr Brothers

Blues, roots and country, Folk, World

These fast-rising Canadian folksters, founded by brothers Andrew and Brad Barr, have a penchant for atmospheric, rambling tunes and are here tonight to play from their eponymous debut album.

  1. Mon Oct 13 – Tue Oct 14
  2. The Lexington
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Beach Youth

Indie rock, Pop

A French indie pop band with an almost unbelievably generic name.

  1. Sat Oct 11
  2. The Lexington
  3. adv £4
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The Besnard Lakes

Shoegaze, Psych and garage rock, Alternative rock

  • Critics' choice

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

Acoustic, Folk

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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Cocos Lovers

Blues, roots and country, Folk, World

Rootsy folk from Deal, Kent's septet Cocos Lovers, who suggest a more earthy Noah And The Whale.

  1. Sun Oct 26
  2. The Lexington
  3. £12.50, concs £9.50
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Haley Bonar

Country, Alternative rock

Even in the post-Bon Iver era, eccentric and minimal folk singer Bonar isn't going to sell millions of records with her intimate soul-baring – but she can be rightly proud of the dozen-odd releases she's notched up since the turn of the century.

  1. Wed Oct 29
  2. The Lexington
  3. £7.50
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The History Of Apple Pie

Pop, Indie rock, Shoegaze, Alternative rock

  • Critics' choice

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

  • Critics' choice

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

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