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Flume - Embankment

The 21-year-old Sydneysider’s debut went to number one in the ARIA charts and his XOYO gig earlier this year sold out in the blink of a kangaroo’s eye. He’s back, this time with two shows at the Embankment club-cum-live-music-venue Heaven. The star of this lad, aka Stephen Hartley, is rising rapidly!

£10, July 3 & 4, 7pm 
9 The Arches, WC2N 6NG 
Tube | Embankment

Bowie Jane - Across London

Stories don’t come much better than that of this pop siren lawyer – all fancy suits and Ally McBeal sass in the courtroom by daytime, but when the night falls she’s a slinky pop star (see P32 for more on this double life).

London-based Aussie singer Jane (above) released her debut single Luv Bomb earlier this year and has been seen at festival stages including Homelanz, Blackpool Pride and even the Australian Open grand slam tennis championships in Melbourne earlier this year. Sophomore single Bad Boy is due for release on July 8. 

£10+, June 23, 12pm & Aug 10, 12pm 
Essex Pride Festival, CM1 1JJ;
Homelanz, TW8 9JX  
Station | Chelmsford  
Tube | Boston Manor


This Flight Tonight - east London

The indie-rockers who recently relocated from NZ to the Big Smoke explore the genre by recalling Radiohead, fellow London-Kiwis Temper Trap and even the late great Jeff Buckley. Their debut album Friendly Fire was out last year and the group, despite being signed, manage and crowd fund themselves to maintain their autonomy. Also appearing at Homelanz.

June 17, 10pm 
Vibe Bar, E1 6QL  
Tube | Old Street


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Desmond and the Tutus - North London

Only London show this summer for the SA four-piece is Homelanz. 

£30, Aug 10, 12pm 
Boston Manor Park, TW8 9JX 
Tube | Boston Manor


Jagwar Ma North London

Sydney duo Jono Ma and Gabriel Winterfield release their hotly anticipated debut album, Howlin’, on June 11, and have this hit-up-the-touts show at XOYO to blast the UK with their baggy-meets-electronica tunes.

You’ve heard Come Save Me already, and had its Haçienda fused with contemporary cool drilled into your cranium. Now think of a whole album chock full of these infectious little blighters. Did we say they’re going to be huge?

£9, June 19, 8pm 
32-37 Cowper St, EC2A 4AP  
Tube | Old Street


Glenn Aitken - across London

The respected New Zealand singer-songwriter will be playing a bunch of shows this summer across the capital. First up, he’ll be gracing the stages of southwest London at both Putney’s iconic Half Moon and then in Balham at ace local venue The Bedford (July 9), ahead of August’s Homelanz festival.

Aitken moved to London back in 2003 to pursue his musical career and instantly found a superstar fan of his own, when Paul McCartney listed Aitken’s tune The Way as one of his favourite songs of 2004 before guesting on his debut, Extraordinary Lives. If you’re going to have a superstar fan, then you can’t do much better than a royally recognised ex-Beatle!

£5, June 17, 7pm Half Moon Putney,
93 Lower Richmond Rd, SW15 1EU 
Tube | Putney



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