Pop: Gigging For It
Saturday 04 October 1997
@ Brixton Academy
Glaswegian rockers who create mellow, understated musings on the relationship between the sexes. Not only will there be treats from current long-player "Songs From Northern Britain", but Cornershop and Gorky's Zygotic Mynci support. 10 Oct (0171-924 9999)
@ Camden Jazz Cafe
London is the title of the new sophisticate-funk album by D Influence, a leading force in the Brit-soul movement. Expect a party-party vibe together with critically acclaimed musicianship.
6-10 Oct (0171-916 6060)
Guided by voices
@ The Garage
Awesome mavericks from US indieland. This is a one-off British show from these fortysomethings, and, if past visits are anything to go by, ticket demand will be heavy and the mood adventurous.
7 Oct (0171-607 1818)
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