5 Gigs You Should See This Week 20th - 26th

The sun was shinning and the weather was sweet earlier this week. Lets hope that next week is just a good as the shows.

Drake 20th March @ O2

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If you missed him the first time around then here is your chance to see Drake live.  I don't think we are sick of 'One Dance' just yet.

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The Virginmarys 21st March @ The borderline

The Virginmarys are an English three-piece rock band from Maccelsfield England. The band formed in 2009 and self-released a limited series of sold out EPs, before releasing their debut album King of Conflict on Double cross/Cooking Vinyl and Wind Up Records. 

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Ray BLK 23rd March @ Jazz Cafe

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Rita Ekwere, better known under her stage name of Ray BLK, will be performing along with Annie Mac and Camden's Legendaryvenue Jazz Cafe.

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The Wailers 24th March @ Indigo at the O2, Greenwich Peninsula

The Wailers are a reggae band formed by the remaining members of Bob Marley & the Wailers, following the death of Bob Marley in 1981. They have become the biggest Jamaican group of all time with more than 250 million albums sold worldwide. They’re led by Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett, with former Aswad singer Brinsley Forde taking over Bob Marley’s vocal duties. They will be performing all their top hits from over the years.

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She Drew The Gun 24th March @ Oslo Hackney

She drew the Gun, fronted by singer-songwriter Louisa Roach offer dreamy lyrically evocative psych-pop from the banks of the Mersey. Taking the bare bones of the songs - poetic narrative lyrics set to haunting riffs and melodies, they built up the tracks, developing an electronic element into Roach’s sound. The result is a dark but dreamlike collection of stories from the songwriter’s life.

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