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Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate / It / The Wood Demons


The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

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Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate / IT / The Wood Demons

An evening of exciting new progressive rock at the legendary Fiddler's Elbow. Three critically acclaimed British prog bands present an artist-led co-headlined event.

All three bands are influenced by Pink Floyd.

Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate
"Original songs, well delivered, style, stage charm, a great voice and great bass playing. Bloody marvellous. The highlight of the weekend". e-festivals review of HRH Prog.

"Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate is an ideal example of what prog is; music that does not follow a traditional pattern or path but rather evolves. Hats Off Gentlemen manages to evolve both with every new album and every time you listen to the same album...there is so much there you can't take it all in on the first go-round." The Closet Concert Arena

Hats Off Gentlemen It's Adequate are recommended by Steve Hackett (Genesis) and were joint winners (along with Roger Waters and Alice Cooper) of the Beastie's Rock Show Album Of The Year Award 2017.


Beginning life as a psychedelic, multi-media group, IT is a band with a colossal sound that shakes the bones, with a barrage of images that feeds the mind. IT’s sound fuses the classic melodies of prog rock’s past with a passion and intensity usually only found in punk or metal bands. Politics, religion, war and sexuality all come under the band’s lens for critical examination. Lyrics are intelligent, challenging and occasionally darkly humorous. 

Their recent album 'We’re All In This Together' explores themes of austerity, inequality and an uncertain future for younger generations. Conceptually-based, it comprises 10 brand new tracks, including the debut single, Revolution, which was released back in October 2016, and supported with a strong video depicting rogue youth against an establishment protected by police. 

Prog Mill listeners’ album of the year award 2017
“Clever, challenging, and very, very good indeed” Maximum Volume Rock

The Wood Demons

The Wood Demons draw their inspiration from the eclectic spirit of the first wave of progressive bands. Their atmospheric brand of epic prog-psychedelia combines powerful tunes interwoven with many influences – molten psychedelic guitar rock, classical violin, acid-folk, space-rock, modal jazz, film music. 

In a Wood Demons song, you’re never far from a stirring melody, a poignant (or deranged) lyric or an instrumental passage that spirits you off into the stratosphere.

“The arrangement and the performance of the musicians are excellent. The album debuts with "The Other Side", which with its psychedelic atmosphere and McCartney-esque vocal is very close to the Beatles. "Caught In The Drift Of An Idle Day" recalls The Byrds. "Indian Summer" with a Mellotron background and an engaging but interesting rhythm that reminds me of the Beatles’ psychedelic period. My two favorite pieces are "All Alone In Istanbul" for its Floydian side (Animals period) and its superb progressive guitar solo, and "Poor Traumatised You", a very nice song with beautiful electric violin and Mellotron. … 
Review by Gerald Hawey of Profil, prog radio station in Quebec.

Playlist of music by HOGIA and IT on Spotify -

Tickets purchased in advance - £5
Ticket link - Eventbrite -
Tickets on the door - £6
Event 18+

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website