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Music Choice: Monday 21st January - Friday 25th January

By London_Phil Last edited 110 months ago
Music Choice: Monday 21st January - Friday 25th January
Morrissey

Morrissey starts the first of a string of six dates at the Roundhouse on Monday night, playing every night except Thursday until next Sunday. As you'd expect, tickets are all gone, but you may be able to find a few last minute spares floating around. Londonist favourites Sons and Daughters play The End's first Birthday, and Stephen Fretwell plays his melodic melancholy at the Luminaire - a few tickets left at £12.50 from WeGotTickets as we write this.

Tuesday night sees Morrissey continue his stint at the Roundhouse, The Spice Girls at the O2, as crazy LA experimentalists The Mae Shi grace Barden's Boudoir - tickets are £6 from WeGotTickets. New Yorkers Nada Surf play the Borderline, and Air Traffic grace Koko with their Keane / Captain / Athlete sound, but slightly better.

Surrey post-hardcore stars Hundred Reasons play the Astoria 2 on Wednesday night, tickets are £14 from See Tickets. Cargo celebrates its seventh birthday by having NME stars Does It Offend You, Yeah?. Entry is free, more info is on their official website. Country-like acoustic singer/songwriter Teddy Thompson plays Dingwalls - tickets are £10 from See Tickets.

Metalcore stars Avenged Sevenfold bring their show to Brixton Academy on Thursday - tickets are £17.50 from Ticketweb.

Teenage Fanclub grace Koko, though have sold out. Rising star of 2008, Yoav is playing 93 Feet East, though once again tickets have sold out, such is the demand for the South African star. The Feeling play Porchester Hall, though tickets are again all gone.

To end the week, Friday night sees KoЯn play Brixton Academy - tickets are £17.50 from TicketWeb, Darkest Hour play the Barfly (tickets are £10 each from See Tickets), or if you want something a bit quieter then country star from Nashville Diana Jones plays the Borderline - tickets are £10 each again from See Tickets.

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 and beat the touts. Failing that Gumtree is always a friend.

Last Updated 20 January 2008