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La Luz + Calypso

Drawing from Phil Spector-produced ’60s girl bands with one hand and from modern acts like Dead Ghosts with the other, the four girls from La Luz only want one thing: to transport your soul to a sun-kissed Californian beach. Rich harmonies, full-on reverb and liberal helpings of Farfisa organ are the order of the day with this summery Seattle

  1. Point Ephémère 200 quai de Valmy, 10e
  2. Fri Oct 24
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Zakir Hussain

Renowned Indian musician Zakir Hussain is bringing his tabla to Paris for two shows at the Café de la Danse. He has played with many other musicians such as Ravi Shankar and John McLaughlin in performances that always go to show his talent both as a performer and musical collaborator. Hussain plays on traditional styles, blending in

  1. Café de la Danse 5 passage Louis-Philippe, 11e
  2. Sat Oct 25 - Sun Oct 26
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A$AP Mob

The hipsters' rappers of choice in 2012, when they burst onto the scene with A$ap Rocky's 'Purple Swag', A$ap Mob remain one of the most formidable names in rap. Operating like a glam Wu-Tang Clan, the New York collective have already put out a couple of hit solo albums, and their first group effort is on the way. Not bad for a crew whose average

  1. Le Zénith 211 avenue Jean Jaurès, 19e
  2. Wed Oct 29
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Hot 8 Brass Band

The Hot 8 Brass Band’s debut album 'Rock With The Hot 8' was released in 2007 in the wake of the murder of drummer Dinerral 'Dick' Shavers – the fourth of their number to die since the band’s formation in 1995. Their second album 'The Life And Times Of… The Hot 8 Brass Band' came off the back of better days following shows with Mos

  1. Petit Bain 7 port de la Gare, 13e
  2. Fri Oct 31
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  • Critics choice

It's been a long time since Metronomy was just Joe Mount's bedroom pop project in sleepy Totnes, Devon. Four albums and a headline slot at the Royal Albert Hall later, and with a shiny, rounded live line-up – with drummer Anna Prior laying down the beats at the back – Metronomy perform songs from their latest album 'Love Letters' at a big gig

  1. 1 place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015
  2. Sat Nov 1
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