Another all-day event celebrating the phenomenal and diverse range of music that’s starting to grip everyone’s imaginations, this year in the industrial setting of Electrowerkz, behind Angel tube in London. TICKETS (prices include booking fees): Super earlybirds – £11 Earlybirds – £14 1st Wave – £15.99 2nd Wave – £19 3rd Wave – £22 Final Tickets – £24.99 £30 on the door Lineup: Jo Quail – cellist and composer, premiering her new band with members of Wren Sly & The Family Drone – experimental noise, forced to cancel 8 Years Of Chaos due to a horrific road accident, but fighting fit and back …
Listen below to our latest podcast, first broadcast on 199radio on Tuesday 3rd July 2018.
Host Kunal is joined by Aditya Bhatt and a few other friends, as they play music of epic proportions.
Witness a veritable FEAST of prog, psych, sludge and rock at The Lexington in Angel, as heavyweights The Fierce & The Dead play through their latest album “The Euphoric” in full and Kylver reveal material from their forthcoming release…
London legends of prog, punk, rock and devilish musicianship Thumpermonkey, launch their first album in exactly six years, via esteemed label Rockosmos!
Prog rock and pronk giants The Fierce & The Dead launch their next album ‘The Euphoric’ at The Black Heart in Camden.
We’ve joined forces with promoters of avant-garde jazz, prog and all manner of genre-colliding music, Match&Fuse to present a lineup of audio oddities at New River Studios in Manor House.
Ahead of the release of their new album, The Euphoric, The Fierce and The Dead will play their first show of 2018 at the 8 Years of Chaos Theory All-Dayer (at The Brewhouse, London). We caught up with them to find out their plans, goals and targets going into this year but, also to find out what they have in-store for those attending the event.
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.
A frenzied night of prog, punk, ska and rock madness, with bands hiding immense technical prowess under gloriously unhinged music, as local heroes The Display Team launch their latest album ‘Shifts’.