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Nicola Cruz at EartH

MUSIC
22 Jun

20:00 at EartH
Channeling ancient folk traditions with a modern-day awareness, the intricate producer will explore parts of his latest album ‘Siku’.

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19:45 at The Vaults
Apphia Campbell’s one-woman show inspired by the turbulent life of the virtuoso pianist, singer and songwriter, Nina Simone.

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18:00 at The SSE Arena, Wembley
Described as ‘one of the most dynamic artists of our time’, Monáe has made waves for her seamless blend of soul, funk, hip-hop and new wave.

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Mattiel at EartH

MUSIC
12 Jul

19:00 at EartH
With bellowing, unapologetic vocals, a bold sound and great stage presence inspired by 60s folk and pop, you can expect a beautifully nostalgic trip with a nice modern twist.

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20:00 at Rich Mix
A night of genre bending performances from multi-genre musician, performer and aerialist Mo Khansa and frenzied anarchy and outrageous fun with a political edge from Morocco's Kabareh Cheikhats.

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19:30 at Southbank Centre
Producer, musician and sonic trendsetter Nile Rodgers is bringing the funk to London for the 26th Meltdown Festival. Expect exclusive collaborations, world-wide one-offs and unmissable nights.

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19:30 at Bush Hall
An experimental rock band from Cleveland fronted by David Thomas who changed the face of music, influencing two generations of bands from Joy Division to Henry Rollins.

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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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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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