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.
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.
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.
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.
Yonaka – Monday 12th June – The Scala, King’s Cross
Loud and very lively, soaring kick-ass indie from Brighton’s finest.
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.
Berries – Tuesday 13th June – The Horn, St Albans
The indie-rock trio are among our favorites, and you can certainly see why!
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!
Aphty Khea – Tuesday 13th June – The Crowndale, Camden
A rare London date from the trippy, hippy, (not dippy) electronica diva that is Aphty Khea.
Echobelly – Thursday 15th June – O2 Academy, Islington
Still going strong with their set of indie classics that sound just as good 20 years on.
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).
Lucy Mair – Tuesday 20th June – The Horn, St Albans
Talented singer with an extremely sweet voice. One to watch out for sure!
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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