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Camden Rocks Festival

Camden Rocks Festival

Dec 7th 2016 @ The Monarch

London Borough Of Camden, United Kingdom
I Was There
Camden Rocks presents Hands Off Gretel & more at The Monarch
Wednesday, December 7th, 2016
7:00 PM
The Monarch
London Borough Of Camden, United Kingdom
Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents:
Hands Off Gretel plus Chinese Missy, Duke Of Wolves, Yur Mum, Noisemate and HVMM live at The Monarch Camden, London.

Since the continued success of Camden Rocks Festival, we're running a string of 'presents' shows to give you some of the best new alternative, indie, rock & metal music about!

Doors - 7:00pm // Price - £5.00 Adv.
Tickets -


Hands Off Gretel >
"The sound we make is raw, influenced strongly by 90s female fronted grunge bands, we get loud and shouty and soft and pretty, it’s frustration music from a girl in her room shouting out at the real world. "
Hands Off Gretel are a 4-piece alternative rock band, formed late 2014 in South Yorkshire, UK.

Chinese Missy >
Had Marc Bolan and Joe Strummer fathered a child it might have sounded a bit like Chinese Missy. Trashy and raw rock n' roll with a smattering of political comment, this is a guitar band which aims to make both your feet and mind move.

Duke Of Wolves >
Launched on 1st January 2016, Duke Of Wolves is a London-based, 4-piece rock band. They combine hard-hitting riffs, huge choruses, and melodies that’ll follow you all the way home.
Suitable for crowded public transport, open desert roads, and every mood in between.

Yur Mum >
The sound of Yur Mum is best described as Kim Deal, Dave Grohl and Slash getting together for a jam after way too many shots of Cachaça and Palinka. In their own words, "Yur Mum sounds like Nirvana playing Jazz or the Ramones playing Blues”.

Noisemate >
Noisemate are a 5-piece alternative rock band formed in London in 2015. Boasting a multinational and multi-talented line up, Noisemate represent the current state of modern rock music, with members from 3 different countries.

From the West Midlands rises the heavy-laced rock of HVMM.
When was the last time you went to a gig and felt that teenage combination of fear and excitement? Picture a sepia-lit stage with four smartly garbed musicians staring out steely eyed. Collarless cotton, cravats, smoked chrome glinting on resting Fenders: the scene feels theatrical, anachronistic, subversive.