Islington Assembly Hall
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The Sheffield-based four-piece plays instrumental post-rock.
Down-to-earth young singer-songwriter from Glasgow performs MOR material from her third album Life in a Beautiful Light.
Ass-kicking, monolithic indie rock from Dublin.
Ian Dury's redoubtable band return to pay tribute to their late, great frontman.
Cate Le Bon
Indie-folk singer-songwriter who was born in Penboyr and is now based in Cardiff.
The musician from New Zealand performs, promoting the release of his tenth studio album, Harmony House.
Rock from the four-piece outfit from Los Angeles featuring Wylie Gelber, Taylor Goldsmith, Griffin Goldsmith and Lee Pardini.
Eliza Carthy & the Wayward Band
The Scarborough-born singer and fiddler performs traditional English folk, backed by an ensemble which includes members of Bellowhead, Mawkin, Blowzabella, Edward II and more.
Fatima & The Eglo Band
Swedish funk and soul vocalist who has worked with Floatings Points, Shafiq Husayn, Dam Funk, Scratcha DVA and more.
The legendary London-formed quintet performs hard rock to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their album, Indiscreet.
Soul/pop from the award-winning, London-born singer.
Gregory Alan Isakov
Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet! Big Xmas Disco Ball
A retro night of 70s & 80s soul, funk and disco classics - for people who remember the tunes first time round and still want to party - and everyone who loves a good boogie. Perfect for a work or friends knees-up!
The Joy Formidable
Welsh indie/post-punk trio.
The former bassist of the band Woods performs indie-folk rock material.
A blend of 60s and 70s funk sounds that wouldn't be out of place in a Tarantino soundtrack, Khruangbin are a trio from Houston.
Glasgow blues outfit fronted by Alan Nimmo.
Lanterns On The Lake
Indie-rock five-piece from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Lanterns on the Lake
Lo-fi and sweeping indie-folk from the five-piece from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne.
Bluegrass sibling duo hailed as 'heirs to the Dixie Chicks'.
Originally from Damien Rice's touring band, now an established performer in her own right.
Maddie & Tae
American female country music duo Madison Marlow and Taylor Dye.
Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra
Highly-praised Manchester trumpeter, composer and head of Gondwana records playing modern jazz and funk.
The band hailing from Austin, Texas and formed in the 1990s return to the stage to perform material from their latest album, Away.
Public Service Broadcasting
The London duo, who layer spoken word from vintage propaganda films over soaring beats and electronic melodies to thrilling effect, are out and about performing tracks from their second album The Race For Space.
Wed 23 Nov
The seminal post-punk band, 'godmothers of grunge' and inspiration to a generation of riot grrrls, celebrate over three decades of doing things the way they think they should be done. Support is Angel Olsen.
Indie folk sounds from Chicago's Ryley Walker, who has clear Tim Buckley influences scrawled across his music.
Solo artist from Wolverhampton whose folk/blues influenced sound can be heard on albums Passing Stranger and Elsewhere, the latter of which featured a duet with Robert Plant.
Shovels & Rope
The duo, also known as Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst from South Carolina, performs minimalist country-rock with bluegrass, punk and gospel influences.
Skye And Ross from Morcheeba
The duo performs trip hop, electronica and folk rock from the album Skye Ross as well as some of Ross's material from Morcheeba.
The original Cockney rebel playing his hits including that song … can't think what it's called.
Brooklyn rapper on the alternative hip-hop scale who has collaborated with the likes of Mos Def and Madlib.
Hard rocking blues from a band formed in a refugee camp in Libya in the early 1980s, made up of nomadic Touaregs from the Malian Sahara desert.
Guitar-driven world music with elements of folk and blues from the ensemble who originate from the Saharan region of northern Mali.
The lead singer of indie band Keane embarks on his first solo UK tour, launching his self-penned album, The Wave.
The Australian band performs their album Born Sandy Devotional to celebrate 30 years since its release.