Another week, another crop of ace London gigs. Out of everything that isn’t sold out, here’s our top ten. Click on the red headers to read more.
10. Peggy Seeger
This American folk master and activist is the real deal and a dab hand at the banjo. Cecil Sharp House. Camden Town. Thu Sep 15.
A London show from the punky Seattle electronicists, at Club Antichrist’s Masked Vampire Ball. Electrowerkz. Angel. Fri Sep 16.
The ‘YouTube sensation’ swiftly moved from ‘shakkapella’ covers to working with grime star JME on his own track. Koko. Mornington Crescent. Thu Sep 15.
Intense, visceral shoegaze from Dominic Palermo, a man whose life could, and probably will, be made into a film. Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen. Old St. Fri Sep 16.
6. Deap Vally
Straight-up rock ’n’ roll from this Los Angeles duo who bizarrely met crocheting. It’s going to get sweaty. Islington Assembly Hall. Highbury & Islington. Fri Sep 16
The band play their pulsing, shimmering score to 2015 documentary ‘Atomic’ live. Barbican. Thu Sep 15.
These giants of grunge reunited in 2014 proving fuzzed-up grinding guitars doesn’t grow old. The Forum. Kentish Town. Tue Sep 13.
One third of Mercury Prizenommed The Comet Is Coming composes live. Camden Arts Centre. Finchley Rd. Wed Sep 14.
2. Weird Dreams
After a four year break, Doran Edward’s jangly indie crew return – now playing live as a fivepiece. The Lexington. Angel. Wed Sep 14.
Best gig this week: AJ Tracey
An unmissable, white hot show from the hotly tipped west London grime MC – responsible for big tunes like ‘Leave Me Alone’ – who plays at the launch weekend of this new Camden venue. Camden Assembly. Chalk Farm. Thu Sep 15.
... and here are loads more gigs this week. Don’t say we’re not good to you.
NB. All events were available to book at time of writing.