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Music Choice: Monday 24 - Sunday 30th

By Talia Last edited 113 months ago
Music Choice: Monday 24 - Sunday 30th
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Cult canadian star Feist is back in the UK playing a sold out date at the Shepherd's Bush Empire on Monday night. Now "1, 2, 3, 4" is all over an advert it might be tricky to find tix but we reckon the ever reliable XXX. Kill Hannah bring their Chicago rock to Kings College with here and American R&B lothario Robin Thicke will be crooning over at a sold out Koko.

The Moldy Peaches' Adam Green plays a special solo show in the ever impressive surroundings of Union Chapel on Tuesday (£12 here.) New Atlantic signing Ruarri Joseph plays one of the final few gigs at The Spitz (£8.50, here.)

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Wednesday brings us a veritable selection of Londonist favourites playing at Islington Academy as Chris Corner's I AM X project takes to the stage supported by the increasingly hyped (and we've been into them since way back, Dead Disco. (£16, here. Meanwhile Jack Penate is at the Astoria (£12, here).

Simian Mobile Disco play a sold out gig at The Scala on Thursday and across town the mega hyped play the mega hyped (and worth it) Corsica Studios at Elephant & Castle. (£7.50 here.

And on Friday night, you can go get folky with Joanna Newsom (sold out) at the Royal Albert Hall, get poppy with Gwen Stefani and the mighty CSS at Wembley Arena (£28), or get bleepy with To My Boy (£6.50, here.

Over the weekend, there's PJ Harvey (sold out) at Royal Festival Hall, Hefner's Darren Hayman at Bethnal Green's Pleasure Unit and Juliette & The Licks at the Indigo2.

Whatever you do, we always recommend ethical gig trading site Scarlet Mist as your first port of call for tickets particularly when they're sold out, so check them out, beat the touts and Seetickets top up fees.

Last Updated 23 September 2007

t0m

FYI, although Joanna Newsom has been sold out - some tickets have just become available direct from the Royal Albert Hall web site... best be quick if you want one!

guest

i don't get it.. what is the point in listing sold out gigs? would it be possible to list things that have availability or something less mainstream..?

Talia

Well...

1. I think it's near impossible to not find a ticket for a gig whether it be sold out or not thanks to sites like Scarlet Mist or gumtree. Nearly everything can be found.

2. And two, there's quite a mix of big, medium and small artists mentioned here. Wrt the big, sometimes I don't know an artist I really like is playing in London this week so it can be a good hint. If there's ever a band playing you think we should be mentioning then please let us know in the tips section as things do get missed and it'd be great to have recommendations from everyone else too.