Camden Rocks presents an all-day rock-n-roll bonanza


The Fiddler's Elbow

1 Malden Rd. NW5 3HS London

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                Camden Rocks presents an all-day rock-n-roll bonanza at The Fiddler's Elbow promotional image

Camden Rocks presents an all-day rock-n-roll bonanza featuring Artaca, Dust Speaks, Slow Life, Discotec, Luca Mo, Where's Sammy!?, Molly Meaker, The Creatures Of Habit, Sketchdoll, Kooky! and Sad Clown live at Fiddler's Elbow.

1pm to 1am // £10 Adv.


Grab your mates, grab your tickets, and get down for some of the best new alternative, indie, rock & metal music about! Brought you by Camden Rocks Festival


Artaca are an established band based in London, who combine Indie with Funk in a unique blend to create their sound. Their performances consistently provide high levels of energy whilst staying true to their music. Artaca’s social media presence has amassed a strong 170 thousand followers and over 30 million views across all platforms. Having sold out prestigious venues this year such as the Camden Club, this band is not to be missed.

Dust Speaks
Dust Speaks is a 4-piece Reggae/Rock band from London consisting of two brothers, Andre/Luis (Vocals/Guitar) and lifetime friends, Alex (Drums) and Joe (Bass). Projecting positive vibes with a unique uplifting sound. Powerful lyrics spreading awareness through music. "Music is a universal language that everyone can understand." From chilled melodic rhythms to upbeat solos covering a wide range of styles.

Slow Life -
Slow Life are a melodic, guitar-driven indie band from London, nodding to decade-spanning classic songwriting with a twinge of psychedelia and Britpop.

Discotec -
DISCOTEC’s sound is upheld with timeless four to the floor beats, tight high-hat grooves, syncopated basslines, and chuck style rhythm guitar fused with 80’s indie chorus tones.

Luca Mo
Luca Mo is a 22 yr old singer/songwriter and producer from London making music in his bedroom blending old school funk and soul influences with sing along Alt-Pop R&B vibes. He is currently doing gigs across London with a 4 piece band with a live show that has been described as a place of inclusivity for you to laugh, dance and cry to all at once!

Where's Sammy!?
Where's Sammy!? are an alternative rock band who were formed in 2021. Their modern indie funk approach and a profound stage presence has led to their fan base constantly growing over the last 18 months. They are definitely one to watch and we cannot wait to see them on the stage.

Molly Meaker
Cabaret rocker Molly Meaker has quickly begun making a name for herself across the south, probably because of her outlandish frizzy 70’s hair and anthemic rock ballads, but also her infectious energy on stage and groovy band. Sharing the stage with Japanese hyper-pop band Chai (Grammy nominated) and London up comers Mary in The Junkyard (at a So Young Magazine showcase), you’ll be able to find Molly both on Spotify and stomping around many stages this summer. FFO: PJ Harvey, Portishead, Alanis Morissette.

The Creatures Of Habit -
The Creatures of Habit are a three piece band from North London playing original, unpredictable and exciting rock music.

SKETCHDOLL are an Alternative-Rock outfit from the United Kingdom who blend Funk-Rock, Progressive-Pop, Blues and Jazz. Combining intricate musicianship and catchy songwriting, they strike the healthy balance between being original and accessible. They released their debut album SEE THROUGH ME in 2020, and their follow-up album AFTERWILDLIFE is scheduled for release later in 2024.

ORIGINAL Retro 70's style pop. Many liken to ABBA.

Sad Clown
Sad clown is a genre swapping progressive alt. Pop band featuring multi-instrumentalist Jax Richardson, bassist Chris Gilbertson and vocalist Emilie Dollerup. 2024 saw the release of their debut album "Alien". A collection of songs that showcases the band's love of stylistic experimentation, crazy riffs and solos alongside quirky and introspective lyrics exploring themes of identity, community and society.

Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website

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