Dead 60s at London Astoria

Sixties & Beyond...

The Dead 60sDecade Reborn - The Dead 60s bring the upbeat, kitchy sound of ska to the airwaves and the stage. With the release of their first self-titled full length, the Dead 60s combine clever commentary with a distinct Liverpudlian sound...

The Dead 60s
London Astoria
19 March, 2006

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Top Five Gigs

1) Morrissey

2)Dead 60s

3) Erasure
4) Kubb
5) Staind

London Palladium
14 + 21 + 28 May 2006


Legendary alt-rock crooner Morrissey is set to perform three concerts at London Palladium, on May 14th, 21st, and 28th. The former Smiths frontman is touring in support of his newest disc, Ringleader of the Tormentors, which is scheduled for an April 4th release. - Patrick Allegri

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Joan As Police Woman
Lock 17 Formerly Dingwalls
7 March, 2006

Joan As Police Woman

Joan As Police Woman, solo project of indie rocker Joan Wasser, will play one concert March 7th at London¹s Lock 17 Formerly Dingwalls. Fans say Wasser's unique use of violin and distortion petals make her live sets definitely worth checking out. - Patrick Allegri

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Shepherds Bush Empire
24 March, 2006

Kubb. Image courtesy kubbmusic.

Front man Harry Collier has lended his Caribbean musical influence and intense voice to Kubb's debut album, Mother. Said to be “bursting with tunes you can hang your summer t-shirt on,” Kubb has been likened to sounds of vintage Radiohead and Ben Folds.- Lauren Burke

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Zero Degrees

Zero Degrees.  Image: Tristram Kenton

Sadler's Wells
The sell-out show that last year premiered at Sadler's Wells is back, for your second chance to see Akram Khan (winner of Outstanding Artist at the 2005 National Dance Awards), Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Antony Gormley and Nitin Sawhney. The Guardian said it was "a mix of stunning virtuosity and freakish flourishes." It should not be missed...

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Top Classical

1) La Boheme
2) Sir John In Love, ENO
3) The Ring, Gotterdammerung
4) Orfeo, ENO
5) Eugene Onegin
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