5 Gigs You Should Definitely See This Week! 06/09/16 - 13/09/16.

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Animal Collective: Thursday 8th @ Scala

Kick off your week of music with the critically lauded Animal Collective. The experimental electronic band have established themselves as one of the most intelligent and unpredictable group of musicians in the world right now. They are a must listen for any music fanatic, so act fast!

Find more info and grab your tickets here.

George The Poet, Tom Misch & DJ Milktray: Thursday 8th @ XOYO.

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If you are looking for a late end to your Thursday evening then look no further! XOYO hosts a diverse evening of new music. Spoken word maestro George The Poet will be teaming up with the phenomenal Tom Misch & Astral Black's DJ Milktray for an evening of unconventional hip-hop & beats.

More and tickets available on the XOYO website.

Yussef Kamaal & Eric Lau: Friday 9th @ Jazz Cafe.

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Friday brings us yet another exceptional evening of Hip-Hop. The Jazz Cafe once again hosts an exceptional lineup of smooth and  jazzy musicians in the form of jazz duo Yussef Kamaal & producer Eric Lau. Following on from now legendary Boiler Room sets and exceptional live shows this evening of jazz-funk will certainly not disappoint.

Grab your tickets via Resident Advisor.

Mister Saturday Night: Saturday 10th @ St. Johns Hackney.

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This Saturday Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin, the minds behind Brooklyn-based party and label Mister Saturday Night, take over St. Johns Church in Hackney. If you're looking for an unparalleled night of dancing and exchanging pleasantries in one of London's most unique venues then this is the night for you!

Grab the final release of tickets before they get snatched up via this link.

Träd, Gräs och Stenar: Friday & Saturday @ Cafe Oto.

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Last but by no means least, Cafe Oto hosts a weekend residency for cult psychedelic group, Träd, Gräs & Stenar. Back in the 70's the group rose to cult status due to their politically-conscious music and all encompassing sound, uniting a multitude of genres from early minimalism to full blown acid trip jams. If you know, you know.

Make the most of this rare opportunity and grab tickets via the Cafe Oto website.