26 May: BUBBLEGUM SCREW, THE SHILLS (EP Launch), GST CARDINALS, RHIANNON THE NIGHTMARE @ Camden Monarch
BUBBLEGUM SCREW, THE SHILLS,
GST CARDINALS, RHIANNON THE NIGHTMARE,
£5 / £4 (NUS/attending). Doors 8pm.
The Monarch, 40-42 Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London NW1 8BG
http://www.monarchbar.com Tel; 075 3540 2261
"We're on a rock'n'roll mission and we take no prisoners."
Fresh from supporting The Glitter Band at The Scala (where Adam Ant joined them on stage), this is a live broadcast on behalf of The Rock N Roll Party.
"They're young and skinny and teenage girls love them." (Classic Rock).
"A hint of old fashioned Rock 'n' Roll genius" BBC. “We stand against the evil that is banality.” The Shills’ debut release ‘Raison d’être’ is one of Strummerville’s most downloaded singles, Roger Fife, (Cyndi Lauper, Tricky, Manic Street Preachers), produced the BBC/NME/Artrocker acclaimed follow up ‘Apparition’ (2009) and the new release – the Sweet Inertia EP - celebrated tonight.
“The most promising young band I’ve seen live for a very long time" (UK Bands). A raw, explosive and emotionally charged rock quintet, constantly gigging. They’ve played live on BBC Radio, major festivals and headlined Newcastle MTV2 fest. 2010 gears up a notch on this tour. “The lads have got everything: the looks, the songs and the image. Their live set knocks you for six” (Crack Magazine)
Rhiannon The Nightmare.
Country blues with a sharp arty style, classy vocals. a punky edge and lyrical beat. Straight outta Rocklands; Word gets out, interest comes in. Deptford Army massive in the house.
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