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19:00 at EartH
Fronted by Nigerian singer Eno Williams, ISM is a clash of African and electronic elements inspired in equal measure by the golden era of West-African funk and disco and modern post-punk and electro.

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19:30 at St Mary's Music Hall
Best known for her exploration of African American history, join visual artist and jazz saxophonist Matana Roberts as she delves into the rich history of Epping Forest.

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18:30 at Alexandra Palace
Melbourne's very own 7-piece psych-rock titans King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard hit the stage at Ally Pally.

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19:30 at Dingwalls
They're an experimental noise rock band that is known for playing extremely fast noise music mixed with experimental electronica and pop-based song structures, that's right - it's Melt-Banana!

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19:30 at Village Underground
Japan’s all-female, genre-bending, progressive and stereotype subverting band CHAI hit the stage at Village Underground. Expect some wonderfully infectious and exuberant pop.

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19:00 at The Jazz Cafe
An unlikely fusion of traditional Japanese folk songs with Latin, African and Caribbean rhythms, Minyo have created some of the most infectious music anywhere between Latin America and Japan.

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19:30 at The Slaughtered Lamb
Expect empowering and ethereal tracks that exude dreamy, dark electronic scents with a visceral twist from the fabulous electronic pop chanteuse that is, Valerie Renay (one half of Noblesse Oblige).

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20:00 at Village Underground
'Chicagoan drum-don' Makaya McCraven is back to jazz up London once again with a thaumaturges touch. Plus, support from the London-based trombonist and composer Rosie Turton.

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19:00 at Southbank Centre
The prolific European composer responds to a major retrospective devoted to the celebrated British artist, with the London Sinfonietta.

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20:00 at London Coliseum
Post-punk pioneers and masters of the macabre, the legendary Tiger Lillies return to the West End with a spectacular concert celebrating their 30-year career.

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