If you live in London and you like going to gigs, you’ve probably heard of Casual Nun, for a while they seemed to be the talk of the town, appearing on countless bills, playing with everyone and their mums and putting out consistently good albums on a seemingly annual basis; they’re an exciting, quickly-evolving group that deserves the hype and delivers new heights at every show. I can’t recall the first time I saw Casual Nun but, by this point, I consider them a sure-thing and I’d implore any reader to come and see them at The Brewhouse, London for our 8 Years of Chaos Theory All-Dayer to discover exactly why that is the case.
For our first radio show of 2018 on 199radio, Aditya Bhatt and Kunal Singhal got together in the studio to discuss why they love the music coming up at the two events to mark 8 Years Of Chaos in February.
Seb, Chris, Dorota and Kunal listed their top five gigs and top five albums of the year. Here they are…
Another podcast of the Chaos Theory radio show on 199radio, first broadcast on Tuesday 24th October 2017.
This time Kunal is joined by special guests Sara Tibbers and Chris Parker, who organise gigs and manage the bar at legendary metal pub The Dev.
3rd February 2018 will be exactly 8 years since the very first Chaos Theory event, so we want to celebrate with a big two-stage all day event at The Brewhouse in Hackney!
I played short DJ sets before each of Necro Deathmort, Bong, 11Paranoias, Ghold and Bodies On Everest played at Kamio in London for Old Empire’s event, so I put these together for you to kick back to and fondly think of precious memories of standing around the upstairs bar waiting for the next band to start.
Incredible mathy punky jazzy noisey goodness brought to our ears from the recesses of Italy, Bristol and London to The Black Heart in Camden.
A night of dark, industrial, hardcore and experimental metal, tipping us over the edge into unfathomable grimness at The Black Heart in Camden.
Our gig booker Kunal has started having a go at making DJ sets.
Here’s his third one, featuring tracks by Casual Nun, Taman Shud, Elephant Tree, Kurokuma, Earthmass, Slomatics, Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard, Hey Colossus, Dethscalator, Neurosis and Kyuss.
We end another year of immense gigs by collaborating with Camden’s oldest metal pub, The Dev, to bring you a free entry night of psychedelic wholesome goodness.
A massive double headline bill with riff monsters Vodun, who are launching their debut album ‘Possession’, and Limb, who just released their latest album ‘Terminal’ last year.
It’s the last Facemelter, and Chaos Theory gig, of the year! Join us for one final bash of sludge, metal, doom, noise rock and heavy psych.