Live Gigs of 2016 - Catalyst
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At Catalyst, we attend as many gigs as humanly possible each week. We are lucky enough to see an incredible range of live music. Some gigs are unrehearsed, spontaneous and raw, others are a complete shambles and then there are those that often blow our minds.

Here’s our top ten gigs for 2016

1 Tame Impala at Alexander Palace.
2 John Carpenter at the Troxy
3 Wolf Alice at The Scala, Camden
4 Underworld at The RoundHouse
5 Charles Bradley Pappy and Harriets, Josuha Tree
6 Nao, Bonzai and Mura Masa at The Roxy, LA
7 Christine and the Queens at Brixton Academy
8 Moderat – St Johns Church, Hackney
9 Metallica – House of Vans, London
10 Beck at Brixton Academy