5 Gigs You Must See This Week! 26/07/16 - 02/08/16

NZCA LINES: Tuesday 25th July @ Assembly Point. NZCA_LINES

Kick off your week with sexy analog synths, slick as silk falsettos, R&B beats and mind blowing visuals at contemporary arts studio "Assembly Point" in Peckham where NZCA LINES are throwing a one-off free musical and visual showcase.

Not to be missed, get down early, more information here!

Hypnotic Brass Ensamble: Wednesday 26th @ Ronnie Scotts.


This Wednesday Ronnie Scott's gets taken over by the incredibly suave Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, if you're looking for a night of musical diversity then look no further! Expect anything from hip-hop to jazz, funk to rock, and maybe even calypso. Undoubtedly the best event for those going through the mid-week motions.

More information and tickets available via Ronnie Scott's Website.

The Reflex: Friday 29th @ Paradise By Way Of Kensal Green.


This Friday we are absolutely spoilt for choice, the first of our weekend suggestions is for all those Disco lovers. One of the biggest names in disco re-edits 'The Reflex', will be churning out a variety of grooves in the laid back ambiance of Paradise.  A perfect after work escape for those who are looking an excuse to drink and dance but without the stress of clubbing.

Find out more via this link.

Rhythm Section - Bradley Zero & Prequel: Friday 29th @ Canavan's Peckham Pool Club

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For those who are looking elsewhere for their Friday night kicks, the Peckham based powerhouse that is Rhythm Section are throwing another one of their illustrious Pool Club events. Label founder Bradley Zero & Prequel, the Melbourne based member of the Rhythm Section crew, take control of the decks for the evening. It's bound to be another unmissable event.

Tickets and Info available via. Resident Advisor.

Bambounou & Shlømo: Friday 29th @ The Pickle Factory.


The final contender for your Friday night is The Pickle Factory which brings two of the best French artists together under one roof. Bambounou is certain to deliver an array of tough, funky hybrids of techno and bass, whereas Shlømo's electronic tendencies are still yet to be unveiled live in the UK. One thing is for certain, neither will disappoint!

Tickets and info available here.