Music Choice: Monday 17th September - Friday 21st

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Music Choice: Monday 17th September - Friday 21st

Experimental hardcore stars The Locust play The Underworld on Monday night. Tickets are £12 each, and still available for box office collection. Emo favourites Circa Survive play the Barfly, though tickets are long gone. The Ravonettes play Bush Hall for a sold out show, former Japan frontman David Sylvian plays Royal Festival Hall, with a smattering of tickets available at £37.50 each. John Mayer plays the first of two sold out nights at the Royal Albert Hall.

European indie folk threesome Herman Dune play ULU on Tuesday – tickets are £10 from the usual sources. Kosheen bring their chillout electro to Koko – tickets are £15 each. Noise rockers from Oregon Get Hustle are playing Barden's Boudoir – tickets are £5 from We Got Tickets.

Finnish battle metal stars Turisas play the Carling Academy Islington on Wednesday night – tickets are £9 each. Misfits, the horror-themed punk rockers from New Jersey play the Electric Ballroom – tickets are £16 each. Still on a loud, metal theme, Essex lads InMe play Koko. Tickets are £13 a pop. Scottish art-poppers The Dykeenies play a sold out show at Water Rats.

Platinum selling Ozzies The John Butler Trio play Brixton Academy on Thursday night – tickets are £17.50 each. Folk rockers Alberta Cross play the legendary 100 club – tickets are £7.50 each, whilst electro house stars Cicada play Cargo. Tickets are £8.50 each.

Friday sees the last of Prince’s 21 O2 shows, which is sure to see the short one go out on a bang. St. Louis-based ‘cuddlecore’ trio Bunnygrunt play The Horse & Groom (26 Curtain Road, EC2A). Tickets are £4 from We Got Tickets, though going rapidly. Finally, Germans Wir sind Helden play the Astoria 2 (or Mean Fiddler, dependant on how up with the times you are), though tickets are sold out.

Photo of Bunnygrunt is taken from's flickr stream under the Creative Commons License.

Last Updated 16 September 2007