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The ten best gigs this week that you can actually get tickets for

By Time Out London Music
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Another week, another crop of ace London gigs. Out of everything that isn’t sold out, here’s our top ten – just click on the red headers to read more.

10. Richmond Fontaine

The final UK show of the farewell tour for Portland’s troopers of melancholic everyman country blues. Electric Ballroom. Camden Town. Fri Oct 21.

9. Phillip Henry & Hannah Martin

He's on guitar, she’s on banjo. Together they produce beautifully eerie, looping folk. Cecil Sharp House. Camden Town. Thu Oct 20.

Buzzcocks © Ian Paul Rook

8. Buzzcocks 

Expect loads of classics from the latest incarnation of those Manc poppunksters (above), who are currently celebrating 40 years in music. Roundhouse. Chalk Farm. Fri Oct 21.

7. Pumarosa

Pulsing electro-psychrock elevated by singer Isabel Munoz-Newsome’s otherworldly vocals. Village Underground. Shoreditch High St Overground. Mon Oct 24.

6. Anvil

The Canadian metal vets show that cameras on the tour bus – even a doc about failed attempts at fame – can be a good thing. O2 Academy Islington. Angel. Thu Oct 20.

Clean Bandit

5. Clean Bandit

There was no escaping ‘Tears’ this summer, proving that the Bandit’s house-pop-with-strings formula still has appeal! Roundhouse. Chalk Farm. Mon Oct 24.

4. Goat

Top psychedelia from the Swedish anonymous band who excel at wild chanting, world rhythms and wearing masks. The Coronet. Elephant & Castle. Tue Oct 18.

3. C Duncan

A chance to hear the angelic-voiced Scot loop vocals and beats live including tracks from new album ‘The Midnight Sun’. ICA. Charing Cross. Thu Oct 20.

2. Nimmo

Years & Years may have taken over their dark-edged synthpop schtick, but this London five-piece have returned to win back the city. XOYO. Old St. Thu Oct 20.

Polica

Best gig this week: Polica 

Three albums in and this trip-hoppy outfit neatly meet the national post-Brexit mood with Channy Leaneagh’s seductively tired vocals laid over subtle, hi-hat-loving protest songs that make hopelessness sound pretty gorgeous. Roundhouse. Chalk Farm. Wed Oct 19.

...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.

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