Gigs, Photography, Reviews, Show Reviews, The Revue — June 23, 2017 at 3:50 am

London Live Music Roundup – June 10th to June 20th

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London’s live music scene is thriving. Our photographers in London continue to get out to some of the best gigs in the capital, and here’s a round up of a few that Marcus and Paul got to in the last week.

 

The Wedding Present – Saturday 10th June Roundhouse, Camden

 

Perennial jangle pop-rock, indie boys play their seminal first album, George Best.

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Brix and the Extricated – Saturday 10th June – Roundhouse, Camden

 

Brix and other ex-members of The Fall churn through decades of old material and throw a few new songs in for good measure.

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Young Romance – Saturday 10th June – Roundhouse, Camden

 
Darlings of the boy-guitar/girl-drummer indie scene return to The Roundhouse to play the main stage. They’re a long-time favorite of ours.

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Killing Joke – Monday 12th June – The Scala, King’s Cross

 
Jaz Coleman’s wild eyes continue to strike fear into the hearts of everyone cowering in the photography pit.

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Yonaka – Monday 12th June – The Scala, King’s Cross

 
Loud and very lively, soaring kick-ass indie from Brighton’s finest.

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Black Waters – Monday 12th June – The Scala, King’s Cross

 

Full on, in your face (and in the audience) performance from the short-and-not so sweet songs straight from the garage.

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Berries – Tuesday 13th June – The Horn, St Albans

The indie-rock trio are among our favorites, and you can certainly see why!

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TV COMA – Tuesday 13th June – The Horn, St Albans

A fun alt-rock band to watch, and they came armed with an old school TV!

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Aphty Khea – Tuesday 13th June – The Crowndale, Camden

 

A rare London date from the trippy, hippy, (not dippy) electronica diva that is Aphty Khea.

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Echobelly – Thursday 15th June – O2 Academy, Islington

 

Still going strong with their set of indie classics that sound just as good 20 years on.

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October Drift – Thursday 15th June – O2 Academy, Islington

 

The future of indie? Unsigned yet asked to play Glastonbury by Michael Eavis. Sound like White Lies, but with great big balls (and a cool logo).

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Lucy Mair – Tuesday 20th June – The Horn, St Albans

Talented singer with an extremely sweet voice. One to watch out for sure!

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Unfortunately, we were unable to cover The Skids and The Vapors at The Roundhouse as planned, as the Promoter had not spoken to the Tour Manager about us!

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