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The Morning After

Citizens!’ European Soul comes to life in Shoreditch

London electro-indie quintet debut new LP at sold out XOYO show.

Marika Hackman debuts string duo at sold-out Bush Hall show

The Hampshire singer-songwriter wows a sold-out crowd with stunning string arrangements that lift her twisted folk tales.

Spector gear up for their biggest year yet with packed Lexington gig

Glamorous indie types shape up for a huge 2015 with a tantalising set.

Kanye West brings Skepta, Boy Better Know, Big Sean, Vic Mensa and Raekwon to surprise Koko show

Fresh from lecturing at Oxford University, West gets back to doing one of the many things he does best with a last minute London gig.

H. Hawkline showcases new album at London’s Electrowerkz

Hawkline finds his voice with his strongest record to date – a collection that’s yet more muscular and melodic in a live setting.

The Vaccines debut new songs at Village Underground with support from Hinds

A quartet of new tunes from forthcoming, third LP English Graffiti are unleashed on East London.

Ballet School play extended set at The Lexington

Berlin's answer to the Cocteau Twins, Ballet School, played an indulgent set at a packed-out show.

D.D Dumbo plays the Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston

Australian one man band D.D Dumbo brings his twelve-strung psychedelia to one of London's most intimate venues in support of his Tropical Oceans EP.

Tove Styrke plays The Old Blue Last for sold out comeback show

Tove Styrke plays her second ever London show ahead of the release of new EP, Borderline

The Morning After: Josef Salvat at the Courtyard Theatre, London

New songs and beloved blog hits abound in the Australian pop star's first London headline gig.

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