Essex prog metallers InMe released a best of in September, and now are playing retrospective shows to celebrate. The first of these in London will be this Friday at the Garage when the band play Overgrown Eden in full. They'll be back over subsequent weeks to play the rest of their catalogue. Elsewhere this week:
Tonight is a good night to dance away the Monday blues. LA's Baths brings his warm and shiny electro (and songs about Hugh Jackman) to Camp. Also playing is Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, who brings his fairwell tour to Cargo.
Tuesday, the Twisted Folk tour comes to XOYO and brings the stellar line-up of Caitlin Rose, Peter Wolf Crier, and Hannah Peel with it.
Wednesday is a quirky indie pop kind of day, with Race Horses at Shepherd's Bush Empire and Allo Darlin' at Cargo.
Thursday, electronic beat wizard Gold Panda is at Corsica Studios with Banjo or Freakout. If loud guitars are more your speed, Glasgow's Phantom Band are at the Queen of Hoxton.
Saturday night brings the Bizarre Ball, the punk soirée of the year, to Scala, featuring the Damned, Tiger Lilies, and Damien S Fear amongst others.
Sunday brings lo-fi wunderkinds the Smith Westerns to the Windmill, which, if their reputation stands, might be completely trashed at the end of the night. A bit more centrally located, Brooklyn's spazz dance duo Sleigh Bells make their London return to XOYO.
Last Updated 15 November 2010