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A huge night of rap on Friday as Lee Scott and Jam Baxter bring a one-off performance of their seminal joint album Happy Hour At The Super Fun Time Party Dome Megamix 4000 to London. It’s limited capacity and there are lots of other acts on the bill, so don’t sit on this one.

False Advertising start their tour this week with shows in Manchester and Birmingham, with plenty of dates over the rest of the month.

Heavy Lungs are also on tour. This week, you can find them in Tunbridge Wells, Brighton, London, Leeds, Lincoln and Sheffield.

More tour. Milk Teeth and Nervus hit Saint Albans, Swansea and Bristol this week.

A final tour… Sisteray are in Kingston upon Hull, Bristol, Manchester and York,

The Joiners in Southampton is the place to be on Tuesday night, as Warmduscher, Fat Earthers and Lazarus Kane take the stage.

Berries are launching their new EP at Colours, Hoxton on Wednesday.

LIFE are at Moth Club on Wednesday as they promote new album A Picture of Good Health. Italia 90 and Haze support.

Saxon Zine and Roadkill Records present a big night of music at Paper Dress Vintage on Friday, with Projector, Luxury Apartments, Legss and DJs until 2am.

MON 04 NOV / Heavy Lungs tour

TUE 05 NOV / Warmduscher @ The Joiners – Southampton

TUE 05 NOV / Sisteray tour

WED 06 NOV / Berries @ Colours, Hoxton – London

WED 06 NOV / Life @ Moth Club – London

THU 07 NOV / Milk Teeth tour

FRI 08 NOV / Projector @ Paper Dress Vintage – London

FRI 08 NOV / Lee Scott x Jam Baxter @ Westbank Gallery Events – London

SAT 09 NOV / False Advertising tour

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