Proud Camden Gallery Launch Party

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Joe Lean and London drag queen/promoter Jodie Harsh were among the celebs at Proud Galleries’ re-opening this week, along with members of The View and The Rascals. Pic: Sonia Melot

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As well as performing a jazz version of his full-time band’s single ‘Delivery’, McConnell covered Manu Chao’s ‘Lagrimas De Oro’ and threw in an organ-driven instrumental. Pic: Sonia Melot

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Babyshambles bassist Drew McConnell opened the night fronting his new five-piece side project Helsinki. Pic: Sonia Melot

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The Enemy re-opened London venue Proud this week (April 3) with a short acoustic set. The venue shut last year due to redevelopment at its original location in Camden. Much like The Enemy’s Union Chapel performance last November, the Coventry trio drafted in a string quartet while they sat on stools for their 20-minute gig at the Horse Hospital in the Stables Market, close to Proud’s previous location. Pic: Sonia Melot

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Tom Clarke recently responded to Faris Rotter’s announcement at the NME Awards that they laugh in the face of natural selection. "It’s one of them things where, if you’re childish and if it upsets you, then you’ll probably rise to it." He didn’t. Pic: Sonia Melot

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Following on from his collaborations with Gallows last month, Lethal Bizzle hits the stage in Camden. Pic: Sonia Melot

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Lethal Bizzle whipped the crowd into a frenzy for hit singles ‘Pow! (Forward)’ and ‘Police On My Back’, before wrapping up his set with a medley, which included a cover of House Of Pain’s ‘Jump Around’. Pic: Sonia Melot

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London’s Proud Galleries re-opened this week. The original venue in London was forced to shut due to redevelopment of the area. Pic: Sonia Melot

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Lethal Bizzle, aka Maxwell Ansah, tears up London’s Proud Galleries on April 3. Bizzle is the 5th coolest person in music, as decided by us last year. Pic: Sonia Melot

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