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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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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Famy

Indie rock, Soul, Rock 'n' roll

  • Critics' choice

London band Famy (formerly Family, but clearly they were getting confused with the ’70s prog rock band) specialise in highly promising lo-fi, echo-laden songwriting. It's a little like 'Sung Tongs'-era Animal Collective – i.e. awesome.

  1. Wed Jul 30
  2. The Lexington
  3. adv £6
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Flamingods

Pop, World

  • Critics' choice

The brilliantly-named Flamingods are neither omnipotent nor (bright) pink – but they do a great line in understated psychedelia, and launch their second album tonight.

  1. Fri Aug 8
  2. The Lexington
  3. adv £5
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The History Of Apple Pie

Pop and rock

  • Free

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

Lucius

Pop, Indie rock, Alternative rock

Bracing indie-pop full of charming female harmonies and organic guitars.

  1. Wed Aug 20
  2. The Lexington
  3. adv £12.50
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Nicole Atkins

Pop and rock

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

Protomartyr

New wave and post-punk, Punk and hardcore

  • Critics' choice

Do you dig the spiky indie energy of Parquet Courts but find them just a bit too zany and slackerish? Then check out the passionate post-punk assault of fast-rising Detroit dudes Protomartyr, who recall The Fall, Joy Division and The Modern Lovers, and...

Protomartyr
  1. Sun Aug 17 – Tue Aug 19
  2. The Lexington
  3. £7 adv
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Samantha Crain

Country, Singer-songwriter, Folk

  • Critics' choice

Delicate Oklahoman singer-songwriter Crain performs an acoustic solo set, performing songs from her brilliant, intimate new album (and UK debut) 'Kid Face'.

Samantha Crain

Sumer

Metal

This five-piece unit from London plays contemporary metal originals. With support from Turbogeist, Will Miles.

Telegram

Indie rock, Psych and garage rock

  • Critics' choice

Four London longhairs draw on krautrock, classic British psychedelia and glam rock to thrash through their loosely-structured, wah-heavy tunes.

Telegram
  1. Sat Aug 2
  2. The Lexington
  3. £7 adv
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