London Giglist: 26/08 – 01/09

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

27/08: Fidlar

Fidlar return to London once more, crossing the pond in celebration of latest album Almost Free. It is a deeper, more considered affair, but still remains true to their skate-rock roots.

Where? Electric Brixton (Brixton)

 

27/08: YOWL / Peeping Drexels

Brixton’s Windmill is South London’s BEST musical hangout, this bill epitomises that! YOWL, based in Peckham, capture the frustration of modern London with ease. Peeping Drexels are hard-edged and sleazily melodic, dazzled by intrigue. What’s not to love?

Where? Windmill Brixton (Brixton)

 

28/08: Sundara Karma

Sundara Karma top another War Child showcase, this time taking place at the immensely popular EartH. It has been a quiet year for Sundara Karma, they are ramping up preparations for a third LP. It comes as part of Safe & Sound, a series set to become an annual event celebrating the best of alternative and leftfield artists whilst raising money for charity.

Where? EartH (Dalston)

 

28/08: Valeras 

Groove heavy outfit Valeras top one of August’s most impressive line ups. Prima Queen, Nadia Sheikh, Venus, People In Museums and GIRLI (DJ Set) complete an exciting, girl-powered line-up. All proceeds will be donated to the My Body Back campaign, provided support to women after rape and sexual assault.

We cannot recommend this one enough!

Where? Werkhaus (Shoreditch)

 

01/09: London Communion inc. Superego and Suns Up

‘Communion Presents’ returns to West London for a night of forward-thinking, hard-hitting new music. On the bill are Superego, faves of Pale Waves and Black Honey, and Suns Up, endorsers of guitar-heavy pop.

Where? Notting Hill Arts Club (Notting Hill)

 

 

Where else should we head to this week? Let us know:

 

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