Camden Rocks returned with its weekly dose of noise for the discerning North Londoner with another stacked line-up at The Fiddler’s Elbow. The latest line-up featured multi-instrumental electronic duo
, Scunthorpe rock and grunge influenced singer-songwriter Palindrones , industrial rock outfit Burridge , pop-punk four-piece Drownd and metalcore band Cruiser . Joyzine’s Rupert Hitchcox was there, camera in hand. Whitenoise
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Palindrones is a multi-instrumental electronic music duo from South East London. They craft immersive musical landscapes, mixing pounding electronic beats and blistering synth drones, with a lush ambience, hypnotic organic textures, subtle pop melodies and haunting, esoteric lyrics that draw the listener into a dream-like reverie.
Burridge 🔗 https://youtu.be/G1a_lHVDyqc
BURRIDGE. is a Singer / Songwriter from Scunthorpe heavily influenced by Fleetwood Mac, Motley Crue and Nirvana. 2022 saw the release of BURRIDGE.’s second EP “Here Are Your Words” in line with multiple festival performances and a second BBC Introducing Live Session. Now BURRIDGE. is a band and they are here to make loud music for angry girls.
Drownd 🔗 https://youtu.be/RMLfjnC0fUY
Drownd, envisioned and created by Joe Crudgington, is a reflection of engrained human emotion, sin, and the guilt carried from society’s perception of right and wrong- all encapsulated in well-crafted industrial rock, perfectly balancing catchy hooks with aggressive riffs and tension-building soundscapes.
As a four-piece originals rock band, Cruiser describes their music as (power) pop-punk. Playing out of southwest London, with punk-rock tunes filled with melodic lyrics – punk-rocks’ answer to the Beach Boys!
Whitenoise are a new Metalcore band hailing from Southampton and London. They’re released their debut single ‘Listen’ in March of 2023. The release of the song was accompanied by a DIY music video, which they shot and edited on a shoestring budget. It attracted over 1.3k viewers within the first week alone. This is something that truly epitomises the bands hard graft and ‘do it yourself’ attitude. With a second single on the near horizon, the band are
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