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July 05 2015

June 09 2015

June 07 2015

May 31 2015

May 26 2015

Jul 24

Savages + A Dead Forest Index + Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome

19:30–23:59 Barbican Centre (Silk Street, London) Add this event to a calendar application
Critically-acclaimed four-piece band Savages are joined by A DEAD FOREST INDEX and dance artist Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome for two nights of unique performance created especially for Station to Station, combining live sound, movement and immersive play between light and dark.

Part of Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening

There are four performances:
Fri 24 Jul 7.30pm
Fri 24 Jul 8.30pm
Sat 25 Jul 7.30pm
Sat 25 Jul 8.30pm

May 24 2015

May 17 2015

May 13 2015

May 10 2015

May 08 2015

Jun 19

The Horrors

21:00–23:59 La Riviera (Paseo Virgen del Puerto, Madrid) Add this event to a calendar application

May 03 2015

April 29 2015

Oct 15

Jamie xx

19:00–23:59 O2 Academy Brixton (211 Stockwell Road, London) Add this event to a calendar application
Jamie delivers his definitive artistic statement with the release of “In Colour”. The result of a six year creative process from the man behind The xx and numerous production and remix credits. Don’t miss this headline date!

April 28 2015

Sep 25

Indian Jewelry

Sep 25–23:59 The Shacklewell Arms (71 Shacklewell Lane, London) Add this event to a calendar application

April 27 2015

Oct 21


Oct 21–23:59 The Junction (Clifton Way, Cambridge) Add this event to a calendar application
Oct 13


Oct 13–23:59 Hammersmith Apollo (45 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London) Add this event to a calendar application

April 26 2015

April 20 2015

Oct 27

Father John Misty

19:00–23:59 The Junction (Clifton Way, Cambridge) Add this event to a calendar application
Father John Misty stops off in Cambridge on a tour supporting new album I Love You, Honeybear.

“I Love You, Honeybear was recorded intermittently from 2013 to 2014 in Echo Park, Los Angeles and produced with Jonathan Wilson, who I also recorded and produced 2012’s Fairly Fun with.

There’s a case to be made that it sounds and acts a bit like Scott Walker, Randy Newman, Harry Nilsson, and Dory Previn. Blammo.

The songs are a narration of my experience falling in love, which means different things to different people, but which I found incredibly inspiring, personally and creatively. My personal mandate for the writing herein was to claim the experience for myself without resorting to a multitude of clichés. I believe I have addressed the sensuality of fear, the terrifying force of love, the unutterable pleasures of true intimacy, and the destruction of emotional and intellectual prisons with an imprint that is undeniably my own. Blammo.”

April 19 2015

April 17 2015

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