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16:30 at Barbican
Spirited and spellbinding, Philip Glass’s minimalist masterpiece is performed in full by an ensemble featuring musicians closely associated with Glass’s music.

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19:30 at Village Underground
This London-based four piece have a lorra love for Noughties guitar and Britpop, and they’re not afraid to show it.

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19:00 at Oval Space
On 4th and 5th May, The Little Orchestra bring Eroica, Beethoven’s era- defining 3rd Symphony, to Oval Space.

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19:00 at The Jazz Cafe
A celebration of pioneering afrobeat.

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20:00 at Barbican
Two towering figures from the contemporary avant-garde, artists, composers and performers Philip Glass and Laurie Anderson collaborate.

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23:00 at Corsica Studios
It’s all brutalist drone and blistering noise a underground veteran Vatican Shadow is joined by German techno artist Ancient Methods.

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19:30 at Village Underground
Laden with contradictions, already hailed a ‘maverick’ by the Guardian and still not even 30, Ryley Walker’s music suggests he’s been observing life for much longer.

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19:00 at Electric Brixton
Dictionary Pudding Promotions are delighted to welcome ESG to Electric Brixton for an exclusive 2017 UK performance.

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19:00 at 02 Academy Brixton
Let Them Eat Chaos is the brilliant album from acclaimed recording artist, poet, playwright and novelist Kate Tempest.

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19:30 at Cafe OTO
In 1974 Jad Fair, along with his brother David Fair co-founded the alternative lo-fi rock group Half Japanese.

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