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November

…Girlpool, The Shacklewell Arms [REVIEW] 18th: Zola Jesus, Koko [REVIEW] / Viet Cong, Total Refreshment Centre [REVIEW] 19th: The Jesus and Mary Chain perform Psychocandy, Troxy [REVIEW] 20th: EKKAH, Total Refreshment Centre [REVIEW] 24th: TOPS, Oslo [REVIEW] 25th: Mac DeMarco, The Forum [REVIEW] 27th: Perfume Genius, Islington Assembly Hall [REVIEW] / Parquet Courts, The Laundry [REVIEW] 28th: Bonobo & Gold Panda, Alexandra Palace [REVIEW]…So on & so forth…

October

2nd: Fear Of Men & Flowers, Concrete [REVIEW] 4th: Karen O, Bush Hall [REVIEW] 7th: Manchester Orchestra, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire [REVIEW] 8th: Caribou, Koko [REVIEW] 10th: Clap Your Hands Say Yeah & Kins, Electric Ballroom [REVIEW] / Club NME: FIANCÉ, Koko [REVIEW] 13th: Febueder, The Shacklewell Arms [REVIEW] 15th: Hundred Waters, Oslo [REVIEW] 16th: Nick Mulvey, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire [REVIEW] 17th: Erland & The…So on & so forth…

May

1st: Plastic Mermaids, The Lexington [REVIEW] 2nd: Devendra Banhart, Barbican Centre [REVIEW] 5th: Gruff Rhys: American Interior, Soho Theatre [REVIEW] 6th: Tennis, Oslo [REVIEW] 7th: Elephant, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club [REVIEW] 8th–10th: The Great Escape feat. Future Islands, Little Dragon, Klaxons, Arthur Beatrice & East India Youth, Brighton [REVIEW] 12th: Courtney Love, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire [REVIEW] 14th: Yann…So on & so forth…

June

2nd: The Acid, Cargo [REVIEW] 4th: Sharon Van Etten, Rough Trade East [REVIEW] 5th: Sharon Van Etten, Koko [REVIEW] 7th–8th: Field Day feat. Pixies, Metronomy, John Wizards, Jon Hopkins, Omar Souleyman & Future Islands, Victoria Park [REVIEW] 9th: Blaue Blume, The Old Blue Last [REVIEW] 10th: Wye Oak, Islington Assembly Hall [REVIEW] / Tom Vek, Rough Trade East [REVIEW] 13th: James Lavelle’s Meltdown: UNKLE:REDUX, Royal Festival Hall…So on & so forth…

December

1st: Cloud Nothings, Electric Ballroom [REVIEW] 2nd: The New Pornographers, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire [REVIEW] / Mini Mansions, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire [REVIEW] 5th: Metronomy, Alexandra Palace [REVIEW] / The Smashing Pumpkins, Maida Vale [REVIEW] 10th: MONO, Islington Assembly Hall [REVIEW] 14th: Buke and Gase, Purcell Room [REVIEW] 15th: Manic Street Preachers: The Holy Bible, Roundhouse [REVIEW] 19th: Slowdive, The Forum [INFO/TICKETS]…So on & so forth…

September

5th–7th: Festival Nº6 feat. Beck, Pet Shop Boys, tUnE-yArDs, John Wizards & Arthur Beatrice, Portmeirion, Gwynedd [REVIEW] 13th: On Blackheath feat. Massive Attack & Grace Jones, Blackheath Common [REVIEW] 17th: M O T H X R, Boston Music Room [REVIEW] 19th: iTunes Festival: SBTRKT & Jamie xx, Roundhouse [REVIEW] 20th: Gruff Rhys: American Interior, Queen Elizabeth Hall [REVIEW] 25th: Angel Olsen, Electric Ballroom [REVIEW] 29th:…So on & so forth…

July

…rrell Williams, Basement Jaxx & Giorgio Moroder, Finsbury Park [REVIEW] 8th: Manic Street Preachers, Rough Trade East [REVIEW] 10th: Liu Bei, Servant Jazz Quarters [REVIEW] 15th: M. Ward, Islington Assembly Hall [REVIEW] 17th–20th: Latitude feat. Damon Albarn, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Slowdive, Lily Allen, Nils Frahm & San Fermin, Henham Park, Suffolk [REVIEW] 22nd: TEEN, The Lexington [REVIEW] [June] [August]…So on & so forth…

Sunday, Reading Festival 2013.

…e forgiven for thinking the indignation would amplify his performance. His current production, when not hindered by those others wrathfully aforementioned, is one centred around destruction and industrial reconstruction; the live decomposing of both old and new, so that each might be reconsidered in a truly revolutionary fashion. And a subtly infuriated Copy of A serves as a striking introduction to what is itself a reconstitution of Talking…So on & so forth…

Total Arrival. Blaue Blume, Sebright Arms.

…en by these forces” that flit isometrically between virtue and malevolence, Lemon Tree resplendently overshadows the entire evening. Guitarist Robert Jensen Buhl, rightly afforded an emphatic prominence within the context of live performance, hangs from it the most luxuriant refrains fathomable, before the band romp through soi-disant “dancey song” Our House. Baggy and seemingly already big enough to fill Finsbury Park, it may evoke only…So on & so forth…

August

…15th–16th: Jabberwocky Fallout: Nils Frahm, Ought, The Van Pelt & BIG UPS, London [REVIEW] 22nd–24th: Reading Festival feat. Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, blink-182, Metronomy, SBTRKT & Klaxons, Richfield Avenue, Reading [REVIEW] [July] [September]…So on & so forth…