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New Cross Inn

Psychobilly Freakout Festival

New Cross Inn

323 New Cross Road, London, SE14 6AS

Doors:
PRICE: £12
About the gig-

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New Cross Inn are proud to present a new festival – Psychobilly Freakout. All Weekend Tickets £40
Daily Tickets Fri £12 / Sat £18 / Sun £18 (only 50 per day released) Friday: Graveyard Johnnys
“One of the most frantic and energetic live bands around today, Graveyard Johnnys mix the primitive rhythms and animal-instinct of 1950′s rockabilly with the aggression and passion of punk rock from back when it was dangerous”.
Graveyard Johnnys are a band that have no respect for any sort of rules or guidelines. Formed in 2008 the trio immediately embarked on doing things their own way. Their debut, self-funded EP Streetblocks and City Lights‘ was fired out to anyone they thought might listen. With influences mainly coming from Punk Rock and early Rockabilly but straying into heavier territory at times and a hint at the Irish-folk side at others, the Graveyard Johnnys can’t be pigeonholed into a single genre.
https://www.facebook.com/graveyardjohnnysUK
https://www.youtube.com/user/GYJarmy Knocksville
A 3 piece blues infused dirty rock and roll / punkabilly band from Eastbourne.
https://www.facebook.com/knocksville13 The Jack O’ Bones
Rockin Psychobilly from Royal Leamington Spa.
https://www.facebook.com/TheJackOBones Henry and the Bleeders
Bedford Town’s finest raw rockin’ quartet.
https://www.facebook.com/henryandthebleeders Deathcaps
South London ‘Billy squatters.
https://www.facebook.com/deathcaps Saturday: Demented Are Go
A Welsh psychobilly band that was formed around 1982 in Cardiff. They were one of the earliest in the initial wave of bands to mix punk rock with rockabilly, and as a result, are considered to be highly influential to the psychobilly scene. The band often claims their name originated from the phrase “Demon teds are go!” as an adaptation of the phrase “Thunderbirds are go!” from the Thunderbirds TV series.
From the legendary Klub Foot via clubs and festivals they have built up a loyal following of Psychobillies, Punks, Goths, Geeks and Freaks who just can’t get enough of DAG’s sound. Always a live act not to be missed.
https://www.facebook.com/Official.DementedareGo
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=demented+are+go Epileptic Hillbillies
Psychobilly Rockabilly Rock n Roll from the steel city.
https://www.facebook.com/EpilepticHillbillys Surfin Wombatz
Psychobilly rhythm n booze from sarf London.
https://www.facebook.com/surfin.wombatz The Teenage Zombies
West Midlands Psychobilly with a big pinch of Garage and Weed.
https://www.facebook.com/The.Teenage.Zombies.Psychobilly Thee Creepfreaks
London based psychobilly
https://www.facebook.com/creepfreaks Snakerattlers
Rockabilly Trash from York.
https://www.facebook.com/snakerattlers Slaughterhouse Cats
Leeds Psychobilly band, Live fast, die young and dance with a chainsaw.
https://www.facebook.com/slaughterhouse.cats Hotrod Hooliganz
Rockin psychobilly from Wakefield, with a dark edge ….
https://www.facebook.com/hotrodhooliganzuk Stage Frite
An old school psycho rockin’ band from the swamps of Norfolk.
https://www.facebook.com/Stage-frite-1119677224714018 Spacewasters
Proper garage rock’n’roll from West London. no mess, no fuss.
https://www.facebook.com/thespacewasters The Schizophonics
South east London based trio that sit happily in the trash genre.
https://www.facebook.com/The-Schizophonics-110195122361769 Sunday: Guana Batz
An English psychobilly band that was formed in 1982 in Feltham, West London. It was one of the first psychobilly bands and is considered influential to its scene. The band is most well known for its frequent appearances at the Klub Foot, an early psychobilly club.
The Guana Batz were part of a British wave of psychobilly that sprang up in the early ’80s, around the same time that bands like the Cramps were gaining underground prominence in America, and more straightforward rockabilly revivalists like the Stray Cats and the Polecats were hitting the charts on both sides of the Atlantic.
https://www.facebook.com/GuanaBatzAreGo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qL9V3w4JtEI&list=PLNzDJeBfkNNkHBp5J8mbGowDAyy_NgFL7 The Zipheads
Loud, fast, mad rockabilly/punk/ska/swing from St. Albans.
https://www.facebook.com/zipheads Sin Kings
Psychobilly/Punk Rock n’ Roll from Hell … or Kingston!
https://www.facebook.com/SinKings09 The Hyperjax
Explosive Rockabilly Mayhem from oop north.
https://www.facebook.com/TheHyperjax The Blue Carpet Band
London dirty rock’n’roll trash.
https://www.facebook.com/bluecarpetband The Go Go Cult
Raised by a crazed scientist hellbent on world destruction!
https://www.facebook.com/The-Go-Go-Cult-342771049790 The Bastard Sons of Cavan
Chaotic rock’n’roll psycho’s from London/Cardiff.
https://www.facebook.com/thebastardsonsofcavan The Phantom Cowboys
Norwich voodoo jive.
https://www.facebook.com/clubcruella The DC Spectres
Garage punkabilly from Brum
https://www.facebook.com/thedcspectres Mystery Action
Voodoo rock’n’roll from Leicester.
https://www.facebook.com/Mystery-Action-1885531994993195 Deals on accommodation above the venue using this email: events@heltd.org TRANSPORT: By car
There is plenty of free street parking in the roads around the venue but as New Cross is in a busy, central location but we cannot guarantee availability and do recommend that you take public transport if possible as this will likely reduce your journey time. For Blue Badge holders there are bays available on Clifton Rise, adjacent to the venue. Public transport
We are approximately 200m from New Cross Gate overground & rail station, approximately 500m from New Cross overground & rail station and half a mile (15 minute walk or short bus/cab ride) from Deptford Bridge DLR station. London buses: 21, 36, 53, 136, 171, 172, 177, 225, 321, 343, 436, 453 & P13 – all stop within 100m of the venue Taxi/drop off
Taxis and other vehicles will be able to drop off and pick up customers from Clifton Rise, directly outside the venue entrance. WHERE TO STAY: New Cross Inn Hostel. Above the venue (not affiliated)
http://www.newcrossinn.co.uk/
Deals on accommodation above the venue using this email: events@heltd.org Venture Hostel. 10 minute walk
http://www.venturehostels.com/ Goddis Lodge. 10 minute walk
http://www.goddislodge.co.uk/ The White Hart. 10 minute walk
https://www.whitehartse14.com/ Staycity Deptford Bridge. 15 minute walk or short bus/cab ride
https://www.staycity.com/london/deptford-bridge-station Travelodge Greenwich. 15 minute walk or short bus/cab ride
https://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/539/London-Greenwich-hotel Hilton Greenwich. 20 minute walk or short bus/cab ride
http://doubletree3.hilton.com/en/hotels/united-kingdom/doubletree-by-hilton-london-greenwich-LONGWDI/index.html?WT.mc_id=zKREC0GB1DT2NaturalSearch3Google_LGHotelListing4DGGeneric_Feb5LocalSearch6LONGWDI7RU8i1 Premier Inn Greenwich. 20 minute walk or short bus/cab ride
https://www.premierinn.com/gb/en/hotels/england/greater-london/london/london-greenwich.html?cid=GLBC_LONGRE Staycity Greenwich. 20 minute walk or short bus/cab ride
https://www.staycity.com/london/greenwich-high-road/

Source: New Cross Inn website