5 Gigs You Should Definitely See This Week! 24/10/16 - 30/10/16

BAAUER: Monday 24th @ The Steelyard


NYC born producer Baauer uses high octane synths, hard-hitting drum patterns and unforgettable drops. At the Steelyard, a new venue set across the railway arches under Cannon Street Bridge, this looks set to be a night not to be missed.

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Nils Petter Molvaer Quartet: Tuesday 25th @ Ronnie Scott's


Avant-garde jazz quartet include Nils on the trumpet, Geir on the guitar, Jo on the bass and Erland on the drums. Nils Petter Molvær is Norwegian trumpet player, composer and producer, who works with multiple music styles - jazz, ambient, house, electronic and break beats, as well as elements from hip hop, rock and pop music.

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Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals: Wednesday 26th @ 02 Academy, Brixton


Californian musician Ben Harper plays an eclectic mix of blues, folk, soul, reggae and rock music and is known for his guitar-playing skills, vocals, live performances, and activism. His most recent album, with the Innocent Criminals, called "Call It What It Is", was released this year.

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The Bug Presents 'Sirens': Friday 28th @ Autumn Street Studios


Part of Illuminations: Explorations in Music, Film and Art, this is a new work blurring the boundaries between live performance and immersive installation. 'Sirens' is a durational avalanche of sound, light and physical sensation. The Bug (London-based British musician Kevin Martin) will perform this live, plus special guests.

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Elysia Crampton: Saturday 29th @ South London Gallery


Bolivian-American producer, sound artist and conceptual collagist Elysia Crampton presents the UK debut of her audiovisual play Dissolution of The Sovereign: A Time Slide Into The Future.

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