Start the week off with record releases. Sibling songstresses the Langley Sisters are launching their EP, Sirens, at St. Pancras Old Church. Synth pop band Get People are marking the release of their Rain Tears EP at Old Blue Last.
Tuesday, singer-songwriter Marc Carroll is at Proud Camden. Keeping things in a folk vein, Blind Pilot is at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen.
Wednesday, indie poppers Racehorses are at Cargo with Tennis. Meanwhile, at the Barbican, the lady at the forefront of modern soul, Sharon Jones, is playing with her band the Dap-Kings. Charles Bradley supports.
Thursday, old school punk rockers Social Distortion are at Shepherds Bush Empire. Singer-songwriter Neema is at Bush Hall.
Friday, former Can man Damo Suzuki is at Café Oto.
Saturday is the return of the 1-2-3-4 Shoreditch festival. Catch Black Lips, Lydia Lunch, the Raveonettes, Tim Burgess and many others in Shoreditch Park.
Sunday, Racehorses are around for another go, this time at Corsica Studios with electro beatniks Gallops.
Last Updated 04 July 2011