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Weekend: Our pick of this week’s music streams

Sophie Ellis-Bextor

It’s murder on the (stripped wood) dancefloor as the hi-NRG pop star (pictured above) performs in her weekly Kitchen Disco, complete with giant glitter ball and her children joining in. Sequins, smiles and shimmying are the wine-o’clock deal. Every Friday, 6.30pm, Instagram @sophieellisbextor

Virtually Green Note

The London folk/roots venue’s twice-weekly live sessions are roaring along and always free, though donations are welcome. Today’s bill features Martin Harley (above), Dom Martin and The Lowest Pair, while Wednesday lines up duos Carrie Rodriguez/Luke Jacobs and Kelly Willis/Bruce Robinson. 8pm, Music, and YouTube

One Earth Live

A two-dayer that celebrates ‘global unity and community connection’ by featuring activism workshops, ‘visionary’ speakers and more, along with a huge musical guest list.Conscious rapper Michael Franti, Australian rootsy rocker John Butler, Oregon’s hip-hop folkie Nahko (above) and rapper Chali 2NA (of Jurassic 5) step up to the mic. Tomorrow until Sun, for info and a free pass see

Bristol Takeover Online

Bristol’s venerable Colston Hall has teamed up with The Louisiana, Thekla and others to celebrate the city’s music scene. Donations are split 50/50 between performers — including The Allergies (above), and Rachael Dadd, and local venues. Tomorrow, 3pm, YouTube; for line-up and schedule see

Ed Kuepper

The former guitarist with two of Australia’s most celebrated bands — The Saints and the more experimental Laughing Clowns — marks the 35th anniversary of his stonking solo debut album, Electrical Storm, by playing it live, in full. Tomorrow, 11am,

Georgia On My Mind

This (late night) benefit for the Georgia Music Foundation features artists from said state. It’s co-hosted by Americana singer/songwriter Brent Cobb and Amy Ray (above), one half of evergreen folk duo Indigo Girls, who also perform. As do Amy Grant, Chuck Leavell and plenty more. Wednesday, 1am,

How The Light Gets In

‘The world’s largest philosophy and music festival’ has moved online and promises over 200 events. Artists include Ren Harvieu, Melt Yourself Down (above), Aoife O’Donovan and Orlando Seale, while noted authors, economists, journalists and scientists give talks and debate. Today, 9am until Monday, 11pm; for info see