Boy Kill Boy And One Night Only Confirmed For Camden Crawl

by | 25 February 2008
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The full lineup for this year's Camden Crawl has been confirmed with teenage upstarts One Night Only included.

The majority of the bands set to play the annual event in north London have been confirmed with One Night Only, Boy Kill Boy and Does It Offend You, Yeah? all scheduled to play sets on both April 18th and 19th.

Though the Crawl typically includes a number of bigger names playing secret shows in small venues, these gigs will be announced in the week of the event.

The 2008 Camden Crawl had been under threat after the fire which ravaged the area earlier this month.

The Hawley Arms, the pub frequented by the likes of Razorlight, Amy Winehouse and the Mighty Boosh, was severely damaged in the fire after it was set to be used as a venue on this year's Camden Crawl.

Festival organiser Lisa Paulon told NME that the event will go ahead as scheduled, but with the Hawley regrettably omitted from the list of venues.

"Camden's musical history and reputation for breeding new musical talent will continue to be celebrated now more than ever and we are currently looking into ways that the festival will be able to help those affected by the fire," she added.

The Crawl has previously featured the likes of Winehouse, Klaxons, the Holloways and Hot Chip and is held in a number of venues in the north London district.

The full line-up for this year's Crawl is:(Both days)

The Answering Machine
Bobby Cook
Bombay Bicycle Club
Boy Kill Boy
Cage The Elephant
Cat The Dog
Cock N Bull Kid
The Creepy Morons
Crystal Castles
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Elle S'Appelle
Florence and the Machine
Future Of The Left
The Haunts
Ida Maria
Ipso Facto
Johnny Flynn
Johnny Foreigner
Let's Wrestle
Los Campesinos!
Lykke Li
Make Model
Noah And The Whale
One Night Only
Operator Please
Slow Club
Sam Isaac
Sam Sparro
This City

(Friday only)

Agaskodo Teliverek
Cheap Hotel
Cutting Pink with Knives
Eugene McGuinness
Figure 5
The Ghost Frequency
Hatcham Social
In Case Of Fire
The King Blues
Pete Molinari
Post War Years
Rolo Tomassi
The Rushes
Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames
Simone White
Vinny Vinny

(Saturday only)

Acoustic Ladyland
The Brute Chorus
Cheeky Cheeky and the Nosebleeds
Damn Shames
The Dirty Feel
Jay Jay Pistolet
Kode 9
Lucy and the Caterpillar
Nic Dawson Kelly
Rosie Oddie and the Odd Squad
Sky Larkin
Stricken City
Team Waterpolo
Tronic Youth
White Lies

25/02/2008 09:58:57


Tags: Camden Crawl - Amy Winehouse - NME - Razorlight

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