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Monday 29th September

Chik Budo and Med Damon – Durr at The End, ampoule online London
White Lies – Komedia Theatre, Brighton
Seasick Steve – Rough Trade East, London
Iglu & Hartly and Lele – Cargo, London
The Spinto Band – Oran Mor, Glasgow
Foals – UEA, Norwich
Friendly Fires - 53 Degrees, Preston

Tuesday 30th September

Hot Club De Paris and Copy Halo – 100 Club, London
Stevie Wonder - O2 Arena, London
Ladyhawke – Komedia Theatre, Brighton
Rolo Tomassi – Firebug, Leicester
Johnny Foreigner, Dananananakroyd and William – White Heat at Madame Jo Jo’s, London
Cajun Dance Party – Academy 2, Newcastle upon Tyne

Wednesday 31st September

Kasms, Three Vicars and Micron 63 – The Windmill, London
Islands – Dingwalls, London
Timbaland – Carling Academy, Glasgow
Golden Silvers – Monto Water Rats, London
Lykke Li – The Scala, London

Sebastien Tellier – Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London

Sebastien Telier is literally the only Eurovison Song Contest entrant I would ever want to go and see live. I never really understood why he entered – it’s not like he wasn’t successful already, and there was no chance he would win, he didn’t even have a dance routine.

Thomas Tantrum and The Daisy Riots – Moshi Moshi at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London
Maps and Atlases – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Neils Children, O Children and Televised Crimewave – Barden’s Boudoir, London
Heartbreak – Pure Groove Records, London

Thursday 2nd October

The Subways – Carling Academy, Glasgow
Friendly Fires – Ruby Lounge, Manchester
Gotye and Rod Thomas – Bush Hall, London
Jeremy Warmsley – Marquee, Norwich
Pivot – Bodega Social Club, Nottingham

Friday 3rd October

Concrete And Glass – Lykke Li, James Holden, Let’s Wrestle, Port O’Brien, Micachu, Artefacts For Space Travel, Selfish Cunt, Casper C and more – Various Venues in East London

There seems to have been rather a lot of these mini, multi-venue festivals in London recently. They’re often better in theory though, the idea of going from venue to venue is actually just really annoying. This one has got a very enticing line-up though.

Errors – The Shakespeare, Sheffield
The Young Punx, The XX and Modernaire – Twisted Licks at The Last Days of Decadence, London
Midnight Juggernauts – Duchess, York

Saturday 4th October

Liquid Liquid and Junior Boys – Barbican Centre, London
The Streets – Barrowlands, Glasgow
Johnny Foreigner – Cabaret Volitaire, Edinburgh
Pivot – Korova, Liverpool

Late of the Pier and Tricky – Warehouse Project, Manchester

Manchester’s warehouse project has a really good reputation, and the line-ups this year seemed to have excelled themselves. This looks like it might be the best of the lot though.

Sunday 5th October

Bearsuit, Le Tetsuo and 2 Hot 2 Sweat – Barden’s Boudoir, London
British Sea Power – Junction, Cambridge
Das Pop – Exeter University
Albert Hammond Jr – The Scala, London

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