The Best Gigs To See In London: 24-30 March 2014

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The Best Gigs To See In London: 24-30 March 2014

Tom Du Croz from LondonGigGuide selects his recommended small and medium-sized gigs around town this week.

Monday 24 March

Hattie Whitehead, The Finsbury, Manor House

Hattie grew up in Richmond and is from a very musical family. As a child she would sing while her father played guitar. She studied music at Leeds before returning to London and is now working on her first EP. Event Details

Tuesday 25 March

Mahoney & The Moment and Sweet Bullets, The Monarch, Camden

This week's Double Bill. Sweet Bullets: The band list their interests as 'Rhythm. Blues. Wine. Rum.'. Mahoney & The Moment: Brit-pop meets Americana in this uniquely versatile, Transatlantic folk band. Event Details

Wednesday 26 March

H.A.M., Road Trip Bar, Old Street

This night is a showcase for new talent although H.A.M. are already popular enough for a fan to have tattooed their name on his arm. This is from their new EP which they have called...'The EP'. Event Details

Gibson Bull, Strongroom Bar, Old Street

Free entry, free music and (some) free beer! The event is organised with Signature Brew who are inspired by music to make their beer. Gibson Bull should be congratulated, having just made the coveted 'long list' for Glastonbury this year. Event Details

Thursday 27 March

Millie Manders, The Tram and Social, Tooting

Millie is working hard! As well as being a very talented singer/song-writer she is also studying, and has her own music blog reviewing gigs and bands. 2014 sees her playing at gigs and festivals across the country. Event Details

Bears of Brasov, Islington Accademy, Angel

This band are from Reading, but recently played the Dublin Castle and have also gigged in Birmingham and Oxford. Their music is characterised by their distinctive blending of male and female vocalists. Event Details

Friday 28 March

The Flight Brigade, Half Moon, Putney Bridge

The band's lead singer, Oliver, grew up in Ohio then moved to rural Hampshire. This means their music has traces of Americana that blend well with the more English folk influences from the rest of the band. Event Details

Saturday 29 March

Sugarmen, Bar&Co (boat), Temple Pier

This gig is on a boat. Three great bands followed by a DJ and all with amazing views across the Thames. What more could you want? Event Details

The Little Unsaid, Betty's Coffee, Dalston

This is one of my favourite London venues. It also happens to be one of the smallest. The gig is to raise funds for 'The Little Unsaid' who is using pledge music to fund his next project called 'A Filthy Hunger'. Event Details

Sunday 30 March

Patch and the Giant, The Boogaloo, Highgate

This gig is a monthly event organised by the band called 'The Sunday Fete' and it is a very good excuse to spend your Sunday afternoon is a cosy North London pub. The band play themselves but also choose different acts each week to join them. Event Details

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Last Updated 23 March 2014