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Camden Rocks All Night’er feat. Lunar Echoes & more at Nambucca
January 26, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - January 27, 2018 @ 3:00 am
Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents an all-night alt-rock bonanza feat. Lunar Echoes, Saults, Tall Poppies, Arable Desert, Dead Natives, Lavender Hills, We Are The Darts and Mellor at Nambucca.
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 – 7pm to 3am // Price – £7.00 Adv.
Tickets – http://po.st/CamdenRocksTix
Lunar Echoes – www.facebook.com/lechoesofficial
Formed from the ashes of popular London/Cambridge band The Abstracts, Lunar Echoes sees Ben Taylor, Ben Nunn and Mark Thomson come together with London based singer/songwriter Ronnie White to create a more complex and intricate sounding outfit that aims to explore the more rocky and electronic genres.
Saults – www.facebook.com/saultsmusic
At the early age of 6, Antoine Saults (lead guitar / vocals) was offered his very first guitar. Shortly after, his little brother, Greg Saults (drums / vocals) followed in his footsteps in the hope of being in a band « like the Beatles » : from all of his 7 years of age, he decided to be a drummer. Ten years later, their dream came true in the form of the band SAULTS.
Tall Poppies – www.facebook.com/tallpoppiesmusic
Tall Poppies are a melodic indie-pop act fronted by identical twin sister songstresses Susan and Catherine on vocals, electric bass and guitar with violinist, Diarmuid, pulling at heart strings and Doug (formerly of Noah and the Whale) injecting the energy and danceability on drums. Kate Bush meets White Stripes and Blondie. The new album ‘Let’s Go Out’ is coming soon!
Arable Desert – www.facebook.com/ArableDesert
Formed in London but sound as if they are from the depths of the Californian outlands, arable desert are killing the independent garage-rock scene with their blend of fuzzy, spaced-out psychedelia
Dead Natives – www.facebook.com/deadnatives
Dead Natives are Liam Dutch, Robbie Ferguson, Adam Payne and Colin Marshall – a four-piece indie rock band from the UK.
With soaring guitars and vocals coursing with attitude Dead Natives adopt elements of psychedelic rock and modern brit-pop.
“This lot might just be your new obsession” – Abbie McCarthy (BBC Introducing)
“Soaring and anthemic, London’s Dead Natives are proving themselves at the top of their game” – Gigslutz
Lavender Hills – www.facebook.com/Lavenderhillsband
We are a indie / rock band based in clapham, often described as a striaght rock and roll band with a funk rock undertow; powerful vocals, riff driven guitar, funky bass and thrash drumming.
We Are The Darts – www.facebook.com/WeAreTheDarts
Four Irish boys, based in London, playing high tempo, energetic, original music with inspiration taken from half a century of rock ‘n’ roll.
Mellor – www.facebook.com/melloruk
Meet Mellor; Gary, Sam, Kris, and Josh. The indie 4-piece hailing from Reading have had a whole host of national and regional media support from the likes of Absolute Radio, BBC6 Music, BBC Berkshire, BBC London, and BBC Introducing. Labelled by Alt Reading as “one of the most exciting acts to come out of Reading”, they bring a live show packed with high energy, raucous vocals, big guitar riffs, and pounding drums. The bands hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed, with Spotify adding them on both “The Indie List” (190,000 followers), and “Hot New Bands” (40,000 followers) playlists, and Apple Music adding them to their emerging artists, and hot new tracks playlists. Mellor’s dedicated following is steadily on the rise thanks to shows up and down the UK, and various press have described their sound as a mix between Arctic Monkeys, The Kooks, and The Libertines. You can expect one thing from Mellor’s material and live show; a feeling that will leave you wanting more.