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 …
Stream the latest Chaos Theory radio show below, first broadcast on 29th August 2017 on 199radio, as Kunal goes on a wayward musical journey.
We hail the return of post-metal favourites and new discoveries with fresh sounds.
Our events organiser Kunal got interviewed by fellow promoter Rich Collins of Cosmic Carnage, as part of his Cosmic Roundup series for Echoes And Dust.
Mark Angel Brandt, editor of metal, punk and rock review website Broken Amp, asked Latitudes about their new album ‘Old Sunlight’, before they launch it at The Facemelter on Friday 5 February at The Black Heart.
We kickstart 2016 with some of the mightiest post-metal bands we’ve worked with in the past, with the launch of a brand new album from Latitudes, plus new material from Telepathy and PSOTY.
One of the main reasons we promote live music is because seeing musicians play, feel, interact and bare their souls on stage can make or break your opinion of their creations. Here are each of our top bands that either we never knew existed or, more importantly, we did know existed but didn’t really love until we saw them perform live.