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Gig: Gaggle

This 21-piece alternative all-female choir are something unique. Marshalled by chief gaggler Deborah Coughlin, the troupe is abrasive and loaded with attitude, their songs focusing on “being honest about things from a female perspective”. New album From The Mouth Of The Cave is out now, too. 

Village Underground
54 Holywell Lane, EC2A 3PQ 
Wed, july 4. 7.30pm £10
Station | Shoreditch High Street

Club: Toast Underground Basement Party

Ibiza’s Circo Loco resident Clive Henry and Camden-born Leroy, who’s quickly establishing himself as one of the capital’s most up-and-coming DJs, headline this tech-house party in north London. Toast Underground residents Steve Kurz and Ian Grimwood join the line-up for a night of true underground sounds.

The Camp | 70–74 City Road, EC1Y 2BJ
Sat, July 7. 10pm-4am £10
Tube | Old Street


Club: Stafford Brothers @ Ministry of Sound

The Aussie DJ duo (pictured) hit south London’s club lynchpin for this, one-night-only show. Having toured the world (last year they headlined 35 shows across three continents), played at the most prestigious clubs and become a festival- scene mainstay, siblings Matt and Chris are headed for the very top.

Ministry of Sound
103 Gaunt Street, SE1 6DP
Fri, July 6. 10.30pm-6am £16
Tube | Elephant & Castle


Club: Mau5trap Warehouse Party

Canadian electro-tech star Deadmau5’s label Mau5trap hosts its first warehouse party in the capital, with NOISIA headlining, along with rap-dance group Foreign Beggars, Bare Noize, Tommy Trash, The Frederick, Koven, Slugz and Boyson and Klose One, who’re but a handful of the names on this impressive bill.

Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, SE1 0NR
Sat, July 7. 10pm-6am £17.50+
Tube | Southwark

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