London Giglist: 12/08-18/08

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

12/08: End of the Trail London Live

Luvia and Family Jools top a fantastic Monday night line up. Luvia pride themselves in impressive songwriting inspired by spoken poetry, a real musical journey. Family Jools, meanwhile, promote an exceptional brand of rock and roll. Organised by the ever exceptional End of the Trail and, it’s FREE!

Where? The Monarch (Camden)


13/08: Indigo

Indigo head East in celebration of their hot new single ‘Guadeloupe.’ A melodic, atmospheric affair, perhaps their best yet. Support comes from The Dirty Blonds, Pynch and Alessandro Ciminata.

Where? The Victoria (Dalston)


14/08: This Feeling TV

This Feeling TV has been a fruitful first venture into online video for the London based promoting magnate. This time around, Miles Kane heads to Nambucca. Hands off Gretel and Only The Poets make up the rest of the line-up. Expect TV chucking galore.

Where? Nambucca (Holloway Road)


14/08: Audiobooks

Audiobooks’ sound is immersive. Their debut LP Now! (In A Minute) was one of 2018s best. A wildly entertaining collection of intensive hits. Their artistic inspiration fuses with deep use of synths and effects to create something quite mesmeric. This gig is part of Life Outside the Mirror, a three-day Moth Club collaborative residency.

Where? Moth Club


15/08: Zelah

An eye for aesthetics and clever musical imagery best describes Zelah. Their brand of art-pop is impressive and anthemic. Support comes from Hana Brooks and Kid Jupiter.

Where? The Monarch (Camden)


16/08: Juicebox

Juicebox’s reputation has experienced steady growth over the past year or so. Their relentless commitment to touring in the capital is impressive. Their guitar-based sound is impressive, an ode to the golden age of indie.

Where? The Monarch (Camden)


17/08: The Misconduct Committee

The Misconduct Committee are in the midst of a secret revolution. Self-described as a surrealist indie-rock four-piece, they have rapidly gained an impressive reputation south of the river. Inspiration and talent are formulaic to their sound. Their return to New Cross’ Amersham Arms will no doubt be spectacular.

Where? Amersham Arms (New Cross)


Which other gigs should we check out?


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