Mystery Jets, Avi Buffalo, Crystal Castles – free gigs this week (begins May 24)

Your guide to the best free live music around the UK

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Welcome to NME.COM's guide to this week's free gigs (week beginning May 24).

From record shop in-stores to one-off events and signing sessions, we feature the best free live music in the UK.

Check back every Monday to see what free live events are happening near you.

This weeks free events are listed below (all times are BST).

May 24:
Stornoway, London Oxford Street HMV (6pm)

May 25:
Stornoway, London Rough Trade East (6pm)
Avi Buffalo, London Rough Trade East (7pm)
Muscle Club, London Flowerpot (9pm)

May 26:
Crystal Castles, London Rough Trade East (7pm)

May 27:
Fun, London Banquet Records (6pm)
Rolo Tomassi, London Rough Trade East (7pm)
Mystery Jets, Edinburgh Electric Circus (7pm), see (Sailorjerry.co.uk) for more information
Rod Jones, London Flowerpot (9pm)

May 29:
Southern Tenant Folk Union, Cardiff Spillers Records (5pm)
Wax Fang, Bristol Rise (6pm)

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