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  • Address:

    Rough Trade East Brick Lane
    London
    E1 6QL

  • Venue phone:

    020 7792 3490

  • Venue website:

    www.roughtrade.com

  • Transport:

    Tube: Aldgate East; Rail: Shoreditch

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Allah-Las

Indie rock, Psych and garage rock

The LA rock 'n' rollers bring their psychedelic, Doors-y, ultra-Californian indie to town.

Allah-Las
  1. Mon Sep 15
  2. Rough Trade East
  3. Free (see website for ticket info)
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Arc Iris

Pop

Rootsy orchestral-pop outfit Arc Iris – the new project of former Low Anthem member Jocie Adams – jet over from Rhode Island to perform songs from their self-titled debut album.

Blonde Redhead

Pop and rock

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The rightly adored, 4AD-signed New York alt rock institution are back with a new album. Will they carry on with the cleaner, crisper sound of 'Penny Sparkle', or swerve back into layered and woozy dream-pop, beats-driven electro/synth soundscapes and...

Blonde Redhead
  1. Thu Sep 11
  2. Rough Trade East
  3. Free (see website for ticket info)
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Cold Specks

Pop and rock

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Canadian expat Al Spx performs minimal epics, full of raw guitar and piano lines. After an impressive debut album that blended anguished blues, gospel and black spirituals, she's performing songs from her new record 'Neuroplasticity' tonight.

Cold Specks
  1. Fri Aug 29
  2. Rough Trade East
  3. Free (see website for ticket info)
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Dry The River

Indie rock, Folk

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They may have the acoustic strumming and sweet, quavering vocal harmonies of an Americana act, but these indie folkies are actually from pre-Olympic Stratford. The tones of lead singer Peter D'artagnan Liddle recall a less emotionally loaded Jeff Buckley,...

Dry The River
  1. Thu Aug 28
  2. Rough Trade East
  3. Free (see website for ticket info)
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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
  1. Mon Sep 29
  2. Rough Trade East
  3. Free (see website for ticket info)
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The Lost Brothers

Blues, roots and country, Folk, World

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  • Free

Folkish and agreeably mournful, finger-picked songcraft from this close-harmonising duo, who describe themselves as a 'cosmic Everley Brothers' or 'Velvet and Garfunkel'.

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart

Pop, Indie rock, Grunge

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Blissful, heartfelt lyrics, fuzztastic guitars, big choruses: Kip Berman's New York indie band have moved from C86-style twee-pop towards Smashing Pumpkins-style fuzz without sacrificing the bittersweet emotions that riddle their expertly crafted songs....

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart

PRAH Label Showcase

Contemporary music (1975 – present), Post-classical

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The PRAH label mates – violinist Aisha Orazbayeva (her new album, The Hand Gallery, deconstructs the violin) and cellist Oliver Coates (for whom Jonny Greenwood has written) – have both played in some pretty cool and unusual venues in their careers, to...

Robyn Hitchcock

Folk, Psych and garage rock

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The cultish and acclaimed psych-folk singer-songwriter and guitarist, enthusiastic sporter of paisley shirts and occasional actor picks from over 30 years of classic leftfield ballads. That should include a few numbers from his latest album, 'The Man...

Robyn Hitchcock

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