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. Terry Reid
Legendary late '60s Brit soul singer, known as 'Super Lungs', is still belting out blues-rock in his distinct, rasping chill-inducing voice. Half Moon Putney. Putney Bridge. Thu Nov 3.
This brilliantly named five-piece are neither omnipotent or bright pink but do a great line in understated psychedelia. Moth Club. Hackney Central Overground. Fri Nov 4.
8. Killing Joke
Get lost in a doomy and apocalyptic guitar haze as the post-punk band revisit their back catalogue and usher in some newbies. O2 Academy Brixton. Brixton. Fri Nov 4.
Scream your lungs out to these Sheffield rockers who continue to enjoy being embraced by the charts. Indigo at the O2. North Greenwich. Sat Nov 5.
London based folk and jazz musicians mark the 150th anniversary of English Heritage's Blue Plaques. Cecil Sharp House. Camden Town. Thu Nov 3.
5. Clams Casino
After carving out a solid name as an in-demand producer, Clams has stepped out as a solo artist making dreamy and wistful hip hop symphonies. XOYO. Old Street. Thu Nov 3.
Norwegian electro-popsters shed their more upbeat indie jangle for the dark, enticing delights of recent album 'Camp Echo'. Heaven. Embankment. Tue Nov 1.
Catch the dreamy celestial melodies of this LA trio who counted Prince amongst their fans. Village Underground. Shoreditch High St. Overground. Mon Nov 7.
Introspective and haunting pop from the teen duo who are actually having a ton of fun. Join them. Oval Space. Cambridge Heath Overground. Wed Nov 2.
Best gig this week: GoGo Penguin
This Mercury Prize-nominated acoustic-electronic jazz outfit plan to wow audiences with the premiere of a new immersive light show to compliment their driving, and surprisingly emotional, breakbeat instruments. Roundhouse. Chalk Farm. Sat Nov 5.
...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.