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Five gigs to see this week (Feb 3-9)

Godfather of grime: Wiley
Godfather of grime: Wiley

Stand Up to Cancer: Laura Mvula

Feb 3, Union Chapel, N1 (0870 264 3333, unionchapel.org.uk)

A charity show starring the soul-jazz musician who recently announced that she’s parted from her major record label. Here’s the first look at her next chapter.

Transatlantic Sessions

Feb 6, Festival Hall, SE1 (0844 875 0073, southbankcentre.co.uk)

A collaborative evening bringing together Celtic and Americana musicians including John Paul White of Grammy-winning duo The Civil Wars, country singer Tift Merritt and Eddi Reader of Fairground Attraction.

Porter Robinson and Madeon

Feb 7, O2 Forum Kentish Town, NW5 (0844 847 2405, o2forumkentishtown.co.uk)

Two of the less brash producers of the EDM world, one American, one French, join forces to mark the release of their collaborative song Shelter.

Green Day

Feb 8, O2 Arena, SE10 (0844 824 4824, the02.co.uk)

The US punk pioneers are political again on their new album Revolution Radio, their third UK number one, and sounding more focused than they have in a while.

Wiley

Feb 9, Roundhouse, NW1 (0870 389 1846, roundhouse.org.uk)

The godfather of grime is back to claim his spoils but possibly not for long. He claims his new album is his last.