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MUSIC: The World comes together in Brixton

Dave Randall’s gig picks of the month are testament to Brixton’s wonderful music scene and the power of music I gather my thoughts for this...

Brixton’s TOMMYANDMARY – Not busking it

Eleanor Sharples meets a local band who are going places but, surprisingly, have yet to play The Windmill. Lost, the latest single by Brixton punk...
The Dandadda

What’s on in and around Brixton 2 – 8 May

Tuesday 2 Elmgreen school The month-long Herne Hill free film festival is already up and running. Tonight’s offering is the cult French eco-film Demain (Tomorrow) at...
Brixton Windmill Beer and Bread festival 2016

What’s on in and around Brixton 25 April – 1 May

Tuesday 25 Pop Brixton First public appearance of an exciting new food venture (no, really). Constance, Florrie and Alice, aka the Brixton Food Assembly, will be delivering...

What’s on in and around Brixton 14 – 20 March

Tuesday 14 Online You have until midnight today to get your "first day cover" David Bowie special stamps with an SW9 hand stamp. You can order online. Brixton...
I, Daniel Blake

What’s on in and around Brixton 17 – 23 January

Tuesday 17 Upstairs at the Ritzy Scratch That offers a platform to musicians, spoken word artists, playwrights, performers, filmmakers, comedians and more. The night consists of seven or...

Brixton music news – June 2016

Co Arts Editor Barney Evison rounds up the latest music news from our corner of South London. Fat White Family play surprise gig at Windmill...

Wussy review – ‘ploughing their own dreamy, noisy furrow’

Bank Holiday Sunday saw the return of Damnably's annual Punk, Post-Punk, Rock & Folk Festival Walpurgis Nacht Festival to the Windmill, headlined by US...

Brixton music news – April 2016

Co Arts Editor Barney Evison rounds up the latest music news from our corner of South London. The Thirst launch official music video for ‘True’...

Shame interview: real drive & quiet control but still shamelessly punk

Music contributor Yush Kalia caught up with young Brixton punk band Shame just before they headlined the final Independent Venue Week gig at Windmill...

Competition: win tickets to Gideon Conn at Windmill Brixton

Manchester singer-songwriter is playing Windmill Brixton on 3 March with Lyla Foy and Everhazel - and we have a pair of tickets to give...

Shame at Windmill Brixton review – brash, in your face, and...

Yush Kalia went to see local band Shame perform at the final Independent Venue Week gig at Windmill Brixton. Awesome photos by Holly Whitaker. It’s...

Brixton music news – February 2016

Co Arts Editor Barney Evison rounds up the latest music news from our corner of South London. Bowie celebrated around Brixton Brixton became the focus for...

Loose Music jamboree review – Americana artists to watch

Alannah Francis reviews Americana night Loose Music Jamboree headlined by Danny & the Champions of the World at Windmill Brixton on Saturday - the pub's...

Childhood review – euphoric surf rock with swagger

Local band Childhood headlined the Friday night gig at Windmill Brixton as part of Independent Venue Week. Barney Evison reviews. Photos by Holly Whitaker. Psych-rockers Childhood haven't...

Misty Miller review – shiny, spiky punk pop, laced with doo...

Blogger Ceiri O'Douglas reviews Wednesday night's Misty Miller gig at Windmill Brixton, part of their lineup for Independent Venue Week. Photos by Holly Whitaker. Independent...

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