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 this week we’ve gathered a collection of dates from the likes of Angel Haze, Metronomy and James Murphy’s Despacio.
After all the build up, all the buzz and all the controversy, Angel Haze finally gets to put her money where her live mouth is.
Tickets are available now. RSVP via Facebook. Check out more Angel Haze shows.
Having launched their debut EP back in January, South London 3-piece bring their guitar wielding selves to Cambridge for the night.
Tickets are available now. RSVP via Facebook. Check out more Happyness shows.
Heavy beats, pop hooks and grooves to make your feet move, Karen Marie Ørsted’s debut album No Mythologies To Follow is a wild beast when heard live.
Tickets are available now. RSVP via Facebook. Check out more MØ shows.
Sky Ferreira brings pop bombast in bold punches and we can’t think of a better place to see her than new East London venue Oslo.
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With one foot in the world of electronic music and the other in folk, Dan Croll celebrates the release of his debut album with a free show in East London.
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So Long, See You Tomorrow reached No.1 in the UK Album Chart. This is how big these guys are now. Which frankly blows our minds. But hey it’s danceable, shoegaze inspired indie delivered with precision and conviction. No one can really argue too much with that.
Tickets are available now. RSVP via Facebook. Check out more Bombay Bicycle Club shows.
The confrontational Swans frontman’s one off solo performance this week offers the chance to hear new brutal and beautiful material while William Basinski will perform extracts from his forth coming album Cascade, yet to be performed live.
Tickets are available now. RSVP via Facebook. Check out more Arcadia Art Assembly shows.
Lauren Mayberry’s voice and Chvrches beats are such that they demand a live outing to be fully appreciated – speakers turned all the way up, bodies dancing closely and lyrics sung back from the crowd.
Tickets are available now. RSVP via Facebook. Check out more Chvrches shows.