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The ten best gigs and concerts in London this week

By Time Out London Music
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Fancy a foot stomp this week? Fear not, there are still plenty of concerts, gigs and shows you can still buy tickets for.

1. Abdullah Ibrahim

Barbican Hall. Saturday February 27.

Don’t miss this rare chance to see the iconic South African jazz pianist (once known as Dollar Brand) in a solo setting.

2. Oneohtrix Point Never

Heaven. Wednesday February 24.

Daniel Lopatin, aka OPN, makes irresistibly lush, eclectic and postmodern electronica. There’s no-one quite like him.

 3. Big Narstie

O2 Academy Islington. Wednesday February 24.

The long-serving grime MC (and Craig David’s new BFF) drops some ‘oof’-worthy bars in Islington.

4. Richard Hawley

Eventim Apollo Hammersmith. Tuesday February 23.

Richard Hawley

Sheffield’s cult psychedelic balladeer returns to action with a big old show at the Apollo. He’s always a class live act.

5. Swim Deep

The Dome. Wednesday February 24.

Crunchy guitar, acid house synths and anthemic vocal hooks all feed into these young Brummies’ ambitious indie mess.

6. Josephine Foster

Cafe Oto. Thursday 25 and Friday 26 February.

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Don’t miss this two-night residency by entrancing experimental folk singer JoFo.

7. The Duke Spirit

Islington Assembly Hall. Wednesday February 24.

Liela Moss and her boys pump out an addictive mix of dark space-blues, grubby soul and groovy garage rock.

8. Ultimate Painting

The Dome. Thursday February 25.

The indie superduo perform songs from their second album of chiming and charming guitar-pop.

 9. Bryan Hymel

Wigmore Hall. Thursday February 25.

A rare talent with a massive vocal range, the American dramatic tenor sings Vaughan Williams and Wagner at this Rosenblatt Recital.

10. Rosie Lowe

Oslo. Thu February 25.

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Catch this young electronic R&B talent from Devon while she’s on the up. 

Not floating your boat? Here's loads more gigs in London happening this week.

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