Notting Hill Live presents a cross-section of the best live music around.
7pm-2am; £5 (£3 concs)
live: Tove Styrke, Joy Wave, Salt Ashes
decks: Dashy Dashy and guests
In February Chess Club, National Anthem and Neon Gold combined forces to launch a new monthly spin-off of their New Shapes series at Notting Hill Arts Club. After the runaway success of the launch party, which saw ASTR and The Silver Palms tear the roof off a packed house, we've enjoyed great shows by Broods and Mō, Tove Lo and Kill J and Wet, Laurel, Mapei and Zella Day to name but a few.
Letís start by agreeing that when it comes to unashamed, bright, brilliant, pulse-racing pop, Sweden is the front runner. And Tove Styrke is no exception to the rule.
Returning this summer with the pounding Even If I'm Loud It Doesn't Mean I'm Talking To You, her first track in four years, and brand new single Borderline, Tove brings her seductive Scandi-pop to Londonís New Shapes for an incredible night and her debut UK show.
New Shapes has been showcasing an eclectic mix of the best new and emerging artists from both sides of the Atlantic at the CMJ, SXSW and The Great Escape over the last two years - previous artists to have appeared at New Shapes include HAIM, Chvrches, Sky Ferreira, Jungle, Wolf Alice, MS MR, Charli XCX, and Swim Deep
7pm-2am; £5 (buy advance tickete here)