Roadkill #17 - Feat. Raw Meat DJs

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April 3, 2015
Where?
Aces & Eights
156-158 FORTRESS ROAD, TUFNELL PARK, NW5 2HP

Another month is nearly behind us, but instead of dwelling on the passage of time and our dwindling mortality, why not look forward to Heavy Leather Promotions' next Roadkill?

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Roadkill #17 - Feat. Raw Meat DJs

Another month is nearly behind us, but instead of dwelling on the passage of time and our dwindling mortality, why not look forward to Heavy Leather Promotions' next Roadkill?

This month Raw Meat DJs will be spinning tunes before, between and after The Kneecaps, The Voodoo Binmen and Dedwardians.

Kicking of the night are ramshackle garage three-piece, The Kneecaps. They put punk songwriting together with garage rock guitars and swaying bass and drums. Guaranteed to kick off proceedings loudly.

 

Main support comes from The Voodoo Binmen, a heavy blues punk two-piece. These guys make a huge amount of noise, that mostly takes the form of Halloween riffs - heavily distorted, and crash-laden drumming. Be warned, their songs have sneakily catchy hooks that fight their way through the noise onslaught and into your brain.

 

Finally, headliners Dedwardians provide heavy riffs and high quiffs. Their creeping bass lines and unpredictable garage rock draw in influences from all over (including Elvis), and they're a powerhouse to behold live. If single 'Love Sick' is their idea of a love song, then you should look forward to hearing them when they get angry.

 

As ever, once all these guys have played their hearts out and drunk a bit more, Raw Meat DJs will be playing our own special blend of garage-tinged tunes until late. Feel free to come and say hi or bring us gifts.

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