7pm, Friday 21 February 2014
THE WORKSHOP, LONDON
243 Old Street, London EC1V 9EY
Tickets: £6 in advance, £8 on the door
Formed in the heart of Camden, The Mercanaries have been billed as one of the best new bands to come out of London for a long time. With a loyal following attending sell out gigs creating a proper party atmosphere!
The bands baggy but raw “punky” sound and euphoric “dancey” energy has drawn direct comparisons to the legendary Happy Mondays and The Stone Roses but with the attitude and passion of greats like The Clash and the Sex Pistols.
dds is a band fronted by former Apartment guitarist. After a string of solo gigs, he has transformed his new project into a full band. Honest, vital and wanted for the murder of a Pat Benatar song.
Raw sounds, garage attitude, tangy melodies within.
London’s foremost purveyors of electroprogpunk.
Fuze are a pop-rock band from Essex/London, UK. Their energetic and powerful live performances are complimented by their catchy songwriting and quirky persona. Since forming in 2009, they have been nominated for several awards; walking away with ‘Best Band’ twice and being crowned Essex’s ‘Battle of The Band’ winners in 2011. They have wowed audiences across the UK as well as supporting some big names on tour, such as McFly. Fuze are on the way up and have been tipped for big things. Fuze is: Ed Alston (lead vocals), George Kirchner (guitar/vocals), Jack Goldsmith (bass/vocals) and Keir Adamson (drums/vocals).