Get ready for March as the amount of live shows to go to are higher than ever!
Here are our top picks for next month.
Chupa Cabra and No Friendz, Brixton Windmill, London (See Tickets)
Trashmouth Records is releasing a split LP between these two bands, out this Friday! If you like Garage Punk there’s no better reason to party at their album launch at Brixton Windmill.
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 with Dele Sosimi & Afrobeat Orchestra, Electric Brixton, London (See Tickets)
On the same night, Seun Kuti will be performing at Electric Brixton. The youngest son of Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti, Seun will be joined by Egypt 80 playing their latest release Black Times, out Friday via Strut.
6th March, Yehan Jehan, The Shacklewell Arms, London (See Tickets)
Having released his EP “Expansions” last year, if you like your classic funk, and psych rock with a hint of hip-hop you’re in for a treat with Yehan Jehan.
12th March, Anna Von Hausswolff , Dome, London (See Tickets)
Swedish singer, songwriter, pianist and organist Anna Von Hausswolff will be playing at The Dome in London. She’s received great acclaims recently, having been played on BBC Radio 6 by Iggy, and receiving rave reviews in Mojo and Uncut. Anna is releasing her next record “Dead Magic” this Friday via City Slang.
sir Was, The Lexington, London (See Tickets)
sir Was returns to the UK to play a handful of shows and we’re definitely recommending him for March’s live show to go to. His music is built around supple grooves, voices ricocheting off one another, and different musical styles, creating a very unique landscape of sounds.
The Vaccines + Dream Wife + Whenyoung, Alexandra Place, London (See Tickets)
You don’t often see such an amazing line-up, and these three bands are going to impress you with their performances. If you love guitar music this is your night! From the established indie rock band The Vaccines, to the pop-punk queens that are Dream Wife, and infectious guitar playing of Whenyoung, this is a night you don’t want to miss.
22nd March, Mulatu Astatke, Barbican Centre, London (See Tickets)
Legendary Ethiopian musician and arranger Mulatu Astatke returns to The Barbican this March. Known as the father of Ethio-Jazz this is a night for fusions of western jazz with Ethiopian modes, a show we truly recommend here at ROM.