Album Leaf | Mon 23 Nov | Deaf Institute | £15
Emotive project by Jimmy LaValle, known for its use of electronics, synthesizers and highly visual performances.
Luke Sital-Singh | Mon 23 Nov | Sacred Trinity Church | £12.50
Singer-songwriter some has dubbed as the British Bon Iver.
Disappears | Tue 24 Nov | Soup Kitchen | £8
Chicago band who sit somewhere between post punk and art rock. See our full preview here.
Roisin Murphy (pictured)| Wed 25 Nov | Albert Hall | £22.50
Known as one half of electronic duo Moloko, Murphy’s solo material encompasses pop, dark synth rhythms and the occasional disco groove.
The Cinematic Orchestra | Fri 27 Nov | Albert Hall | £25
British jazz/electronic group signed to Ninja Tune.
Duran Duran | Fri 27 Nov | Manchester Arena | £45-65
80’s synthpop band perform in support of Paper Gods, their first release in four years.
Hot Vestry | Sat 28 Nov | Soup Kitchen | £5
Macclesfield indie-pop band who Tim Burgess has cited as his favourite new band.
alt-J | Sun 29 Nov | Manchester Central | £29
Indie rock band from Leeds whose debut album won the Mercury Prize in 2012.
Desert Sound Colony | Sun 29 Nov | Soup Kitchen | £6
LA-born-now-Leeds resident with sounds of expansive electro and hypnotic instrumentals.
Published on: Mon 23 Nov 2015
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