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Saturday 30th May 2015

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The Dø at Koko | Live review

The Dø at Koko

French/Finnish electropop duo The Dø almost didn’t perform last night singer Olivia Merilahti told Koko, as she had been suffering from food poisoning for the last 24 hours. She needed a few interludes but other than that you [read more]

Little Comets at Koko | Live review

Little Comets at Koko

It’s always special to see the next generation come up through the weeds. That’s exactly what happened last night at Koko in Camden, with Geordie three-piece Little Comets taking to the stage for the pleasure of the packed-out crowd. [read more]

Kosheen at Koko | Live review

Kosheen at Koko

You may know Kosheen from their (by now old-school) 2001 hits Hide U and Catch; last night they made a triumphant return to performing live at Koko. The band played a mixture of old and newer stuff (appropriately for a band whose [read more]

Fink at Koko | Live review

Fink at Koko

While you may not be able to name one of Fink’s tracks, we guarantee you’ll almost certainly have heard their music. The British band, fronted by Finn Greenhall, are essentially the musical champions of US television, having [read more]

The Hold Steady and The So So Glos at Koko | Live review

The Hold Steady and The So So Glos at Koko

Koko in Camden has the sort of tacky grandeur that’s perfect for hosting a night of unadulterated rock. Last night the packed-out venue was treated to a fantastic show from The So So Glos and The Hold Steady, two very different but [read more]

Milky Chance at KOKO | Live review

Milky Chance at KOKO

In 2013, German pop/folk/rock duo Milky Chance released Stolen Dance online, where it reached number one in the charts in several European countries. A year later, their YouTube channel has nearly 200,000 subscribers, and Stolen Dance [read more]

Sharon Van Etten at Koko | Live review

Sharon Van Etten at Koko

“Please forgive me, I’m sick – I might have to blow my nose” declared Sharon Van Etten last night at Koko. The crowd felt instant empathy for her as she soldiered on. Set to the stunning backdrop of the old Camden Palace [read more]