Friday 6th February
Julian Cope at Brudenell, £22.50
Ex-Teardrop Explodes frontman and general rock behemoth brings his infinite back catalogue to Hyde Park.
Saturday 7th February
Viet Cong at Brudenell, £7
Twisted alt-rock from Canada who should be ones to watch this year.
Sunday 8th February
Hiss Golden Messenger at Brudenell, £8
American folk duo whose sound was described by David Bowie as a “mystical country, like an eerie yellowing photograph”.
Monday 9th February
Leeds College of Music 2nd Years at Holy Trinity Church
Classical music charity event raising money for Parkinson’s UK.
Tuesday 10th February
Blackilicious at Belgrave, £16
West coast hip-hop legends dropping beats old and new.
Wednesday 11th February
Ex Hex at Brudenell, £9
Garage pop trio lead by Mary Timony who released one of the finest albums of 2014.
Thursday 12th February
King Charles at The Wardrobe, £12
The pop singer-songwriter (famed for his hair-do) who had a few big tunes out in 2011 comes back with some new ones.
photos: washington post (Ex Hex), Colin Way (Viet Cong)