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Camden Rocks Festival

Camden Rocks Festival

Dec 10th 2016 @ Proud Camden

London, United Kingdom
I Was There
Dec
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Camden Rocks Xmas All-Dayer at Proud Camden ★ Pt 1
Saturday, December 10th, 2016
12:30 PM
Proud Camden
London, United Kingdom
Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents the Xmas All-Dayer Bash Pt 1!
Featuring: The Kut • Heel • TIGRESS • The Fiascos • Dedwardians • Starsha Lee • Death Koolaid • LOST GRAVITY • SABATTA • I.V • Finding Kate

Grab your santa hats, grab a mate, grab your £5 tickets and get down for a night of the best new alternative, indie & rock music about from Camden Rocks Festival!

Doors - 12:30pm // Price - £5.00 Adv.
Tickets - http://po.st/CamdenRocksTix

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About:

The Kut > www.facebook.com/thekut
Q Magazine
"There's a slice of angst-offloading gutter rock that's a kissing cousin of Hole, but The Kut's scuzz-covered family tree also stretches further back to the garage rampages of The Stooges.”
Metal Hammer
"The Kut are like the bastard lovechild of Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson with awesome riffs and chaotic live shows"
Classic Rock Magazine
"Marks the precise point in the Venn diagram where L7 meets I Wanna Be Your Dog meets Courtney Love, which is equal parts terrifying and a cause for long and rowdy celebration. Punk's not dead, pass it on.”

Heel > www.facebook.com/Heellondon
Heel are an emerging force of a live act, whose sheer ambition is matched only by their workhorse attitude.
'Heel are definitely on their way to achieving their goal, being appreciated just because they make good music - 5/5'
Hit The Floor

TIGRESS > www.facebook.com/TigressOfficial
Rock. Debut EP 'Human' out NOW!
Physical CD http://tigress.tmstor.es
iTunes http://labrecs.com/Tigress

The Fiascos > www.facebook.com/thefiascosuk
Half of them met in hospital, & the other half were probably twins - The Fiascos - loud & unapologetic, like a last orders bell... Anyone out there still remember entertainment...?!
Prepare for a good time.

Dedwardians > www.facebook.com/Dedwardians
“Love Sick is a howling mishmash of quiff and riff.” – Classic Rock
“New single Love Sick snorts, snarls and writhes, emerging bloodied but unbowed by the conclusion… Glorious” - Clash Magazine
“When looking for a tune to get your blood pumping and some life back into your soul this is a winner!” – Subba-Cultcha
“Combining a mutual respect for 50’s rock’n’roll, lo-fi garage punk, with a touch of glam, The Dedwardians are punching out some hyper energetic live shows and winning accolades all over the place” - Backseat Mafia

Starsha Lee > www.starshalee.wixsite.com/starsha-lee
Like Athena from Zeus head Starsha Lee is a creation of Sofia de Oliveira Martins and Crispin Gray (Queen Adreena, Daisy Chainsaw).

Death Koolaid > www.facebook.com/DeathKoolaid
Death Koolaid were dug up from the dark depths of society, each member was found through their blood thirsty passion to make hard hitting music. The four-piece female fronted hardcore-punk-rock band, based in London, UK began their quest to tear noise into the hearts of the masses in 2013.

LOST GRAVITY > www.facebook.com/lostgravityofficial
The band was formed in London, UK in summer '07 by Brazilian guitarist Breno Val. In a time when the scene was saturated with crappy indie and metalcore bands, LOST GRAVITY brought back what had been missing for ages in the local scene: guitar riffs, melodies and foot tapping grooves!
Heavily influenced by AC/DC, Metallica and Alice in Chains and not following any musical trends, LOST GRAVITY is one of the few bands around the UK that mix heavy rock, metal and grunge with such originality.

SABATTA > www.facebook.com/sabatta
Sabatta makes music that is influenced by Rock, Punk, Funk, Soul & Psychedelia led by Yinka and based in Elephant And Castle. They call it Grunge Soul

I.V > www.facebook.com/ivmusicuk
Alt-Rock

Finding Kate > www.facebook.com/FindingKate
Kate Pavli’s greatest asset is undoubtedly vocal power. Whether this can be put down to her childhood background in musical theatre, her Greco-Australian flare, or something entirely different, the fact is, very few leave a ‘Finding Kate’ show uncertain of this. And that’s a pretty good virtue when you are competing against hard hitting drums, heavy bass and distortion guitars (although there is plenty of softness in-between).