Tonight start the week by going to see massive Swedish popstar Marit Bergman at Hoxton Bar & Grill. She's playing a one off UK gig in an attempt to get signed in the UK. (£6, here. Former Hefner frontman Darren Hayman teams up with fledgling band The Wave Pictures at The Luminaire (£8, here). Plus the awesome Cold War Kids play Shepherd's Bush Empire.
On Tuesday, German dance kids Digitalism are at the Scala supported by Midnight Juggernauts and new london band Prego. It's a big night for Danish gigs with The Raveonettes playing Kings College and the dreamy The Kissaway Trail at 93 Feet East (£8, here. Other big names include Kate Nash at Shepherd's Bush Empire, Calvin Harris filling up the Astoria, and The Young Knives playing at Dingwalls.
If you didn't make it to Digitalism you can catch Prego again on Wednesday at Water Rats alongside Ebony Bones ((£8, ). Allez Allez bring German DJ Thomas Fehlmann to their clubnight at Plastic People on Curtain Road and Canadian hipsters Holy Fck play what will no doubt be a packed show at The Social.
Danish pop group Alphabeat return to the UK for a gig at Islington Bar Academy on Thursday. Think S Club meets the Arcade Fire. The Delays are at Hoxton Bar and Grill and the lovely Oi Va Voi are at Koko. (£11.50, here.) 6music listeners will be heading to Dalston to see the amazingly named Dennis Hopper's Choppers at Barden's Boudoir and Londonist favourite Rod Thomas will be teaming up with Si Cut Db for a specially composed set. We think that might be pretty special. (£6, here)
End the week with a visit to Fabric where A-trak and DJ Mehdi will be taking each other on in Room 1, while Annie Mac presents her favourite artists in room 2. Recent bandwatch stars They Came From The Stars I Saw Them are up at Barden's Boudoir and Jefrree Star plays Barfly.
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