The National frontman’s alchemical swirls of dark lyricism and classic country soul make for an intoxicating debut.
Camden Market radio service CDNX plays old and new music but founder Sammy Jacob says there will always be a need for live gigs
The Irish music legend will play two shows at Vince Power’s Powerhaus at Camden Lock
First solo album in a decade from Sigur Rós frontman takes a rugged ride through off-road electro.
Britain’s feted heroes return with another slab of searing social commentary and seismic rock.
Fourth record for US folk duo is imbued with sparkles of jazz, art-pop, soul and the American Songbook
Design studio Pearson Lloyd is turning the former Yorkton Workshops, which once housed milliners and doll-makers, into an archive, studio and gallery.
Playing Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony from memory marked an uplifting and welcome return to live ticketed orchestra playing
Proceeds from a version of the ‘90s RnB classic by some of the UK’s best session vocalists will offer a lifeline for Olu’s Soup Kitchen on the Frampton Park Estate
The Camden Town music venue comes back to life after five months closure with fully seated socially distanced gigs that mirror the original layout of 30 years ago
Monday’s outdoor concert is believed to be the first live ticketed performance of an orchestral symphony in the UK since lockdown and is a prelude to Thursday’s BBC Prom
Bartlett’s debut is an open invitation to float gently through pools of calming piano
A smattering of plum tracks on a debut that borrows from Britpop and beyond.
Celebrated electro-popsters reveal a hypnotic, nuanced and considered third album.
Tickets for the socially-distanced August Bank Holiday event go on sale soon with further names to be announced
Andrews flies the flag for modern Americana with a triumphantly raw, reflective set
The 1975 have set a date for their huge one-day show in Finsbury Park, which was originally scheduled to take place this summer.
The Yorkshire outfit sound anything but peaky on their darkly thrilling sophomore record
The Union Chapel, King’s Head and Park Theatres hope they can benefit from the £1.57 billion of loans and grants to support the arts sector through enforced closure
Colours Hoxton, EartH Hackney, and Islington Assembly Hall are among those to sign the Music Venue Trust’s open letter calling for support to survive.
The art-pop veterans, now in their sixth decade as Sparks, proffer another pick’n’mix of surreal nuggets
Gloria! Digital Pride Festival is a diverse weekend of pole dance and splits classes, drag aerobics, bingo and fabulous performances by Ru Paul Drag Race stars
Frenetic, full-on and danceable new wave debut from Canada’s best new band
The Home Concert Club is running regular family and adult concerts to entertain audiences who are missing classical music - and make sure the performers are paid
The feted singer-songwriter beams a transfixing set straight into your front room – is this the future of live music?
Hackney-based practitioner Carlotta Artuso offers a distanced session of this ancient Japanese technique to reduce stress and help relaxation
Michelle Clarke’s Serenity Radio will offer interviews, guided meditations, health tips and calming music to heal and help during these anxious times
Ninth album from the Mercury Music Prize-winner is a rollercoaster of ebullience and candour
The Islington-based rocker played a home gig last Thursday as part of his campaign to help independent music venues hit by the pandemic
The Urban Tree Festival is taking place online for the first time. Three organisers – a writer of London’s street trees, an Islington tree inspector, and a community gardener – talk about what trees mean to them.
The Hampstead coach, who has worked with Charlotte Church, Will Young and Gareth Malone, says ‘don’t underestimate the power of music’ to make you feel better
Manchester post-punk quartet’s debut LP is dark and doomy, yet easy on the ear.
The Stroud Green festival’s resident ensemble The Telling run free singing workshops via Zoom
A roller-coaster of idiosyncratic compositions from these Manchester misfits
Young singers from across North London and beyond joined voices to sing Emeli Sande’s You Are Not Alone
NYC legends pull their socks up for this Rick Rubin-produced return
Radiohead guitarist’s debut is direct, diaphanous, danceable and desirable.
Seventh solo album from the enchanting songsmith is yet another unassuming masterpiece
Free live-streamed concerts and workshops to cheer up those in isoalation
Pandemic lockdown doesn’t signal boredom for the distinguished musician who practices in his St John’s Wood studio for eight hours a day
The Canadian’s boldest record yet offers intelligent pop with soul-searching lyrical heft
The north Londoner is signing up amateur and professional performers for the Great British Home Chorus to help combat social isolation
Littlemen’s new incarnation certainly has the musical panache, but too often fails to land the killer punch.
Female fronted funk rock soul band Winnie & The Rockettes promise a night of dancing, glitter, sequins and “dirty slap bass”
Punk veteran’s band The Professionals join Stiff Little Fingers on a rocking line-up at the iconic venue
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