Jamie T, Alexandra Palace review: south Londoner brings the bounce to a rambunctious night of indie rock
Ten minutes before Jamie T took to the stage for his 95-minute set at a house-full Alexandra Palace, the latecomers were getting out of hand. As several hundred people attempted to move from the food court to the main hall, the lack of access began to cause friction. “This is bulls--t,” said one concert-goer, trapped against a wall. “Calm down,” said his friend, “it’ll be worth it”. Upstairs, the ladies had crashed the gentlemen’s toilets. “We’re smashing the patriarchy,” one interloper said. “Because if we don’t,” said her friend, “we’ll miss Jamie T”.