Welcome to our weekly round-up of shows happening in the grand concert halls, dimly lit basements, airy cafe’s and grimy sweatboxes across the UK and Ireland. All acts featured come with the Best Fit ‘Seal Of Approval’ so you can be assured that your hard earned cash will be well spent. To tempt your wallets in the first week of February we’ve gathered dates from the likes of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Thurston Moore and Kraftwerk.
Recent album Tender New Signs is a gorgeous and inspired collection of songs, created to help the lovers love and the daydreamers dream so why head down to the seaside for a night of dreamy music.
The musical alter ego of Copenhagen resident Søren Løkke Juul, aka 4AD signing Indians promises a night of hazy, warm, lovelorn, gentle acoustic and ambient offerings.
Ahead of his long, long, looong over due appearance with Desaparecidos next week the Bright Eyes man takes some time to do his own thing at The Barbican.
Having just released We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic the Californian psychedelic folk duo are bringing their irresistible 60s inspired sounds to London for a night of throwback wonder.
The Portland via Auckland three-piece are celebrating the release of their second album II in London tonight and we can’t explain quite how but by the end of tonight you’ll probably wish you could swim and sleep like a shark does too.
The album that made them legends. Kraftwerk kick off their residency at The Tate Modern with their 1974 release Autobahn. If you were lucky enough to get tickets amidst the craziness you are in for what could quite possibly be a mind altering experience.
The Sonic Youth man is on tour with jazz legend Michael Chapman and we hope you’re just as excited as we are to see the results of that mixture.