Foodbank Fundraiser - Treasure of Woe poster

25th August | Norwood & Brixton Foodbank fundraiser w/ Treasure Of Woe, Carl White, Apocalypse Jazz Unit

London promoters Wrongpop and Chaos Theory have gotten together for a one-off special event to raise money for Norwood & Brixton Foodbank, with a special gig at The Black Heart in Camden on Saturday 25th August.

Tickets at £5

100% of ticket sales go to the charity.

Some of the best new underground bands out there have agreed to bring you their sounds for this excellent cause, so it’ll be a phenomenal evening with extra positive vibes.

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Treasure Of Woe

Stoner and psychedelic jams on guitar and drums. We’ve seen this duo doing their thing at The Facemelter last September and they just keep on recording their jams and releasing them online.

They release their next EP on the morning of 25th August and will donate all money from pre-orders and sales to the foodbank as well.

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Carl White

A guitar/drums experimental rock duo, originally formed in Brighton and now based in London. Over the years they’ve shared the stage with acts such as Nitkowski, Alpha Male Tea Party, Flies Are Spies From Hell, Witching Waves and The Mae Shi.

They’re currently working on a new EP, from which there will be a single/video released in the next couple of months.

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Apocalypse Jazz Unit

Started in 2013 by Rick Jensen as a recording project, after nearly 3 years of not making music. After numerous albums, Rick recruited some new and old musician buddies and started playing live. AJU quickly went from a small group to an over-the-top collective of psycho improvisers, with up to 17 members at any one time.

To date, they have over 70 albums and have played a ton of gigs. AJU harnesses the spiritual fire of free-jazz of the 60’s, mixed with a bit of disco when the mood takes them. Always high-energy and with a heavy sense of humour, AJU can easily swing from delicate and sombre, to full blast horn mayhem.

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ACCESSIBILITY:
– There’s a small step into the building with an additional two steps up to the bar level
– The live music venue is on the first floor, up two flights of steps
– There is a railing on the right side of the stairs up until the top five steps, when it stops
– There are ample unisex toilets on both floors
– There is a small bar in the upstairs venue, limited to five different brands of canned beer, cider and soft drinks

 

Wrongpop is run by Stephen Sinnott-Clarke, who survived cancer twice, organised a successful charity event to raise money for Dan Cleft Wild-Beesley’s cancer treatment, wants to dedicate his life to the charity sector, and wants to support the foodbank that feeds the nurses who saved his life