Anyone not at Reading & Leeds this weekend can be very content to venue hop in the capital, where Lady Leshurr, Bo Ningen and more usher in a big week.
King Nun, The Finsbury, 8pm
Sneering Dirty Hit rock kids King Nun are in town to play a sweaty gig in a small pub – this will be big.
Nadine Shah, Rough Trade East, 7pm
Head towards Brick Lane to experience Shah’s heavy lyrical content, presented on new record Holiday Destination via sax-infused rock
Lady Leshurr, Koko, 10pm
Don’t miss the Birmingham MC in the palatial environs of one of Camden’s glitziest haunts.
Shuffle Festival: Bo Ningen + The Square + Big Joanie + Feral Five, Tower Hamlets Cemetry Park, 12pm
Bo Ningen are always worth seeing, mostly because they’re a live band so good they could make your teeth shatter.
The Black Lips, Rough Trade East, 7pm
Atlanta’s filthiest rock band return in support of their new record, Satan’s Grafitti Or God’s Art?, which was produced by none other than Sean Lennon.