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The Camden rocks Prog All-dayer W/L'Anima & more

Camden Rocks Festival proudly presents an all-day Prog-Fest at Crowndale Club Camden!
Featuring: L'Anima, Toska, Scarlett Magna, Suns of the Tundra, Hung on Horns, The Parallax Method, Taikonaut, Dialects and Sedulus.

Since the continued success of Camden Rocks Festival, we're running a string of 'presents' shows and all dayers to give you some of the best new alternative, indie, rock & metal music about!

Doors - 2:30pm // Price - £7.00 Adv.
Tickets -


L'Anima >
L'ANIMA, progressive rock with a hard edge dressed up with spanish guitar music

Toska >
Toska is Rabea Massaad, Dave Hollingworth & Ben Minal. A progressive instrumental 3 piece that have found the opportunity to put 10 years of writing and gigging experience into producing tight, ambient progressive music.

Scarlett Magna >

Suns of the Tundra >
A London based progressive, heavy, rock band.
Re-born from the ashes of cult 90’s outfit Peach, ‘S.O.T.T.’ are about to release their third album; a double CD project to commemorate the 100th anniversary (2014) of Ernest Shackleton’s Antarctic expedition and eventual fight for survival.

Hung on Horns >
"Hung on Horns - a progressive metal three-piece…taking listeners on a journey through huge riffs and meandering soundscapes"

The Parallax Method >
The Parallax Method combine an ultra-modern prog style with old school classic rock tones, genuinely interesting songwriting surprises and refreshing melodic overtones.
“A wonderful assemblage of angular riffs, head-scratching time signatures and crunchy grooves, wrapped up in a bundle of technical virtuosity” Prog Magazine

Taikonaut >
Taikonaut are an exciting 4 piece heavy art rock band from south london, Formed by driven pro musicians bored of the shiny production of the pop and rock scene. Taikonaut play skilled, raw, thinking man's rock music.

Dialects >
Since their inception, Dialects have seen something of a meteoric rise within the alternative music scene. With the release of debut EP "Let The Kids Light These Lanterns" and select supports under the likes of Maybeshewill, Lite, Solstafir and Mutiny On The Bounty, Dialects have consistently garnered praise from press and fans alike, citing the band as "simply tremendous" (PROG Magazine), "the fastest rising post-rock band in this part of the world" (Kerrang!), "a fearsome live proposition" (Clash) and "a wealth of sweeping technicality" (The Independent). In the past year, Dialects have continued to build on this momentum with the release of follow up single ‘It’s Not A Ghost… It’s Gravity’, festival appearances at Canadian Music Week, Arctangent, Tramlines, Damnation Festival, and a prolific appearance as part of the prestigious Audiotree live sessions in Chicago.

Sedulus >
"A rare Monday night KBY finds Sedulus putting on an impressive performance, laying down some weighty stoner grooves that defy you to not nod your head in appreciation. The riffs are immense, the vocals powerful, and a few moments of spaced-out introspection only add to their appeal." - Mike Kemp, Rock Sound

Earlier Event: February 3
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Later Event: February 4
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