Canada’s indie rock musical collective Broken Social Scene are continuing their return to the live arena with a string of European dates in late May and early June, including a slot at Primavera.
But before they reach Barcelona, the band play Albert Hall in Manchester and, on 24 May, London’s Brixton Academy.
Tickets go on sale on 24 February from their website.
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Ahead of his two London shows, Mac DeMarco has announced his new album, ‘This Old Dog’.
Due on 5 May, his first full-length LP since 2014’s ‘Salad Days’ will be released a few weeks before his dates at Brixton Academy on 30 and 31 May.
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The xx are celebrating their return to the live arena by playing seven nights at Brixton Academy between 8 and 15 March.
The run of hometown shows, their first since April 2014, are in support of their upcoming third album, ‘I See You’.
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PJ Harvey | Brixton Academy | 30 October 2016
There’s been nothing ordinary about the creation of ‘The Hope Six Demolition Project’. The politically charged songs were written during exploratory trips to Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Washington. The recording sessions were treated as an art installation open to the public. And, now, the shows of the accompanying tour are more performance art than sweaty gig.
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Just weeks after a sold-out Brixton Academy show, Pixies have announced their return to the venue for two gigs in winter.
The band, who also revealed that their new album ‘Head Carrier’ will be released on 30 September, play the iconic London venue on 28 and 29 November 2016.
Tickets go on sale on 22 July 2016 at Pixiesmusic.com.
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Following her performances at several summer festivals, including Field Day, Glastonbury, and Primavera Sound, PJ Harvey will be playing 17 headline shows across Europe and the UK later this year.
The tour includes two London performances at Brixton Academy on 30 and 31 October 2016.
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Christine and the Queens, known to her mother as Héloïse Letissier, has announced her biggest London show to date.
Set to perform at Latitude Festival this weekend, the Nantes-born performer plays Brixton Academy on 2 November 2016.
Tickets go on sale on 15 July at 10am.
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