London Giglist: 29/07-04/08

London is a hotbed of live music events, perhaps the best musical city in the world. Here’s just some of the gigs we’ve got our eye on this week!


29/07: Roves  

Roves are immensely atmospheric, their ambient brand of guitar is impressive. The group, all of which are life long friends, head to Guildford at a fruitful time in their musical progression. Having shared festival line ups with the likes of Pale Waves and Swim Deep, one can only presume that Roves are set to enter a successful period themselves. 

Where? The Boileroom (Guildford)


31/07: Queen Zee

Part of Dork’s weekly takeover at the Old Blue Last. Queen Zee have had a frantic summer festival season and their touring commitments show no signs of slowing. Their debut album is ferocious, expect something quite special!

Where? The Old Blue Last (Shoreditch)


01/08: Ivory Wave

Ivory Wave bring their infectious blend of guitar anthems to West London. They have amassed a tonne of industry support and fan response since their formation and for good reason. Listen out for ‘Cool Kids,’ it’s a banger!

Where? Notting Hill Arts Club (Notting Hill)


02/08: FAERS

With links to London, Hamburg and Gothenburg, it is clear that FAERS share a whole wealth of musical influences. Latest single ‘Closer’ proves this. Their sound is ambient and well rounded. They switch NW London for East in what will no doubt be a memorable show.

Where? The Macbeth (Hoxton)


03/08: Framatics

Framatics have very quickly amassed a wealth of support and industry acknowledgement since the release of debut single ‘I Think You’re Funny.’ They’ve toured the South East relentlessly over the past year or so, their Notting Hill return marks a real triumph for the four-piece. 

Where? Notting Hill Arts Club (Notting Hill)


Which other gigs should we check out this month? Let us know!


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