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Top 5 Music Events in London This Week

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Since the clubs have reopened over a year ago, there has been a lot of catching up to do for lost time. Every week in London comes with a packed out schedule, leaving us inconveniently spoiled for choice. So come back here every Monday for our Top 5 events for the week to avoid missing out on the best nights.

Ukraine Fundraiser: Daphni & more - at fabric - Thursday 23rd March


Thursday 21:00 - 03:00 | fabric - 77a Charterhouse St, Clerkenwell, EC1M 6HJ | Tickets at £17.50

For a good cause, fabric is hosting Daphni along numerous other big names in dance, some of them Ukranian for an all-nighter in Farringdon. A relatively inexpensive price for a London club ticket these days, yet all proceeds will be split between Insight NGO and World Central Kitchen. Daphni, the alternate moniker of Canadian star Caribou (when he's playing his dance selections), has been one of the nations greatest exports for rave music in the last decade, and generously giving his time and talent for these worthwhile charities. 

See tickets and info here.

Beirut Groove Collective - at The Marquis - Friday 24th of March

The Marquis

Friday 20:00 - 01:30 | The Marquis - 48 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XJ  | Tickets from £10

Gracing Stoke Newington this weekend are the enigmatic and troubadouring Beirut Groove Collective, a group of musicians, artists, listeners, and fans, splitting responsibilities of DJing, cratedigging, organising, and promoting obscure and largely undiscovered records from North Africa, the Middle East, the Caucasus, and the rest of the non-West. Voted by the New York Times as one of the top 15 parties around the world, the Beirut Groove Collective have been bringing esoteric heat to big cities worldwide for the last decade and a half. Don't expect to hear any song you know, but here's a Boiler Room set from this Friday's DJ Ernesto Chahoud, to familiarise you with the vibe. 

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DnB Showcase - at KOKO - Friday 24th of March


Friday 22:00 - 3:00 | KOKO - 1a Camden High Street, Camden Town, NW1 7JE | Tickets from £14.75

This one's for my ravers. A heritage night for one of the biggest legends in drum and bass, DJ Randall had been the genesis of many of the genres biggest artists. Beginning in the late 80s, back before 'drum and bass' even had a name, DJ Randall was pioneering and venturing into the unknown, bridging the monumental gap between acid house and jungle. This all-nighter in Camden will be a historical eve, a jungle set to bring us back to jungle's golden years. For olders and youngers alike. Just keep your laces tied. 

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Brixton Club & Rooftop Party - at The Prince of Wales - Saturday 25th March

Make Believe

Saturday 22:00 - 03:00 | The Prince of Wales - 467 Brixton Road, SW9 8HH | Tickets from £7

One of Brixton's most loved regular events, the rooftop bar at Brixton's Prince of Wales has hosted names such as Maseo from De La Soul, Tom Findlay of Groove Armada, and Norman Jay MBE. For a reliably cheap ticket, you get one of London's best Funk and Soul nights at a unique venue, just a few minutes away from Brixton tube station. This week hosts Theon Bower of Pangaea Disco and Voice Radio's Jade Blends, playing a mix of 70s and 80s classics and modern disco bangers. A more family friendly club night, so to speak; fun for all ages 18 and over. 

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fabric Sundays: WYS! - at fabric - Sunday 26th of March


Sunday 23:00 - 04:00 | fabric - 77a Charterhouse St, Clerkenwell, EC1M 6HJ | Tickets from £11.30 (£6 for students)

A sunday all-nighter for the creative types or other workers who don't abide by the conventional 9-to-5 schedule, fabric is hosting a historical night on the Lords day; A Guy Called Gerald, an early member of 808 State, contributing toward their timeless hit 'Pacific 808', a pioneer of jungle and a proponent of breakbeat from the late 80s onwards, and known for his single 'Voodoo Ray', has contributed massively towards UK's dance scene without recieving nearly enough flowers for it. And he's treating us to a 2-hour live set. Dream come true, if you don't work mondays. 

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