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“Autonomy and freedom of choice are critical to our well being, and choice is critical to freedom and autonomy. Nonetheless, though modern Americans have more choice than any group of people ever has before, and thus, presumably, more freedom and autonomy, we don’t seem to be benefiting from it psychologically.” Barry Schwartz

So, with your mental health in mind, Public Pressure presents a week long of gigs limiting your choice to a few that will guarantee you a breathtaking night out (echoing the advice of Zizek that normality is a neurosis).

SAT/20/05/17

Atomic Suplex / Segrëgates / Sin Kings / Rattle Shakers

@ Paper Dress Vintage (Hackney)

Tickets: free

 

Mambas / Raw Fun / Love LUV

@ Nambucca (Holloway)

Tickets: £6.60

 

HealthyJunkies / Ward XVI / Vampirok / A Void / Yannah A

@ The Unicorn (Camden)

Tickets: free

 

Sports Team / Weird Sex / Dancehall / Vyk Non / Skinny Milk

@ The Lock Tavern (Camden)

Tickets: Free (through Dice)

 

TUE/23/05/17

Dancehall / Factory Seconds / Corinthians

@ Shacklewell Arms (Hackney)

Tickets: Free

 

THU/25/05/17

Knites / Calva Louise / The Magnettes / Papillon

@ 229 The Venue (Fitzrovia)

Tickets: £10 on door, £7 in advance

 

DanceHall

@ Lion Cofee + Records (Clapton)

Tickets: Free

 

FRI/26/05/17

Create To Inspire

@ Schpunk (Romford)

Tickets: £5

 

Boyfromthecrowd

@ Dublin Castle (Camden)

Tickets: Free

 

Cover photo Boyfromthecrowd by Andras Paul

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