A Spotify playlist for this weekend's Camden Crawl plus win VIP tickets courtesy of Levi's® Craft of Music.
This May bank holiday weekend, there's some hoopla about a wedding or summat. There's also gonna be bands, booze and singin' in the streets of Camden, for the annual Crawl. Some of DiS' finest scribes will be hauling ass to the spiritual home of cider-goth to run from one public house to another, taking in the festivities. On the menu are big guns (Killing Joke, Simian Mobile Disco, The Lemonheads, Razorlight), DiS-favourites (The Phantom Band, Villagers, Let's Buy Happiness, British Sea Power, Dananananaykroyd, JoFo), exciting newness (Star Slinger, Dam Mantle, The Agitator), low-slung geetars, dirrrtee beatz, dusty strings and a crapload more things will be permeating from the halls and clattering through pub walls from noon 'til dawn in North London. For more about the festival read our special 10 years of Camden Crawl feature.
If you've not already got a ticket or you fancy an upgrade, well, you're in luck. Levi's, who're hosting Proud and have a heap of stuff going on - including the return of Graham Coxon at 9:30pm on Sunday night - have kindly offered us a pair of VIP tickets to give to you. With this VIP pass you will be able to brag about having the pass, and also jump some queues and get into the after-party..and possibly the after-after party.
To enter, simply tell us in the comment section below (it takes 2 seconds to sign up with Facebook connect): Where's the best place in Camden to grab some dinner before the evening begins, and what should we order? Winner will be picked and notified when the competition closes at midday tomorrow (Thursday 28th April) and the editor's decision is final.
COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. Congrats to Ed Dicks who mentioned Hache burgers, which are truly awesome! For more details about Levi's Craft of Music and an additional chance to win, visit: facebook.com/LevisUK.
Camden Crawl Spotify Playlist
Team Ghost 'It's Been A Long Way, But We're Free'
Dam Mantle 'Purple Arrow'
Paris Suit Yourself 'Craig Machinsky'
Killing Joke 'Wardance'
The Phantom Band 'O'
Simian Mobile Disco 'Audacity Of Huge'
Star Slinger 'Longtime'
PVT 'Light Up Bright Fires'
Banjo Or Freakout 'I Don't Want To Start All Over Again'
Big Deal 'Talk'
The Lemonheads 'Alison's Starting To Happen'
Villagers 'That Day'
Let's Buy Happiness 'Fast Fast'
Those Dancing Days 'Fuckarias'
The Russian Futurists 'Paul Simon'
The Agitator 'Give Me All That You Got - Radio Edit'
Graham Coxon 'Freakin' Out'
Mazes 'Summer Hits or J+J Don’t Like'
Frankie & The Heartstrings 'Photograph'
Little Comets 'Joanna'
Dananananaykroyd 'Pink Sabbath'
Young Legionnaire 'Colossus'
Dinosaur Pile-Up 'Traynor'
Sissy & The Blisters 'We Are The Others'
Eagulls 'Council Flat Blues'
British Sea Power 'Fear Of Drowning'
The Chapman Family 'The Sound of the Radio'
Veronica Falls 'Starry Eyes'
Jonquil 'Whistle Low'
Johnny Foreigner 'Johnny Foreigner Vs You - Cursed Version'
Razorlight 'North London Trash'
The King Blues 'What If Punk Never Happened'
Guillemots 'Made-Up Lovesong #43'
Saint Etienne 'He's On The Phone'
Cocknbullkid 'Asthma Attack - Ghostpoet Remix'
Ghostpoet 'One Twos / Run Run Run'
Tyler, The Creator 'Yonkers'
Becoming Real 'Like Me'
SBTRKT 'Soundboy Shift'
Lethal Bizzle feat. Grime All Stars 'POW 2011 - Radio Edit'
Visit thecamdencrawl.com for the full line-up and wotnot.
Photo of Frankie by Day Howarth