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11/08/2015 – Next show THIS SATURDAY!

The next ‘Somewhat Damaged‘ night is Saturday August 15th, we’ll be playing alongside three amazing bands, looking forward to seeing all your beautiful faces there x

More info below, click HERE or on the flyer to find the official Facebook event


SOMEWHAT DAMAGED: A night of LOUD alternative noise from the underground curated by Black Sixteen.

After five successful events with a packed out venue and an amazing party atmosphere, we’re back at The Unicorn in Camden Town on Saturday the 15th of August for more..

Featuring sets from:

Black Sixteen (Onstage 10.15pm – 10.45pm):
Your hosts for the night are a London based Dark Grunge rock band. The band was formed by noisewriter Amir Kat and drummer Matt Burn, who initially performed around London as a four piece including keyboards before stripping the unit down for a condensed, dynamic and emotionally charged sound, a bitter tongued pill that burns on the way down. Destroy something beautiful, preferably yourself.

Dedwardians (Onstage 9.30pm – 10.00pm):

Forming in London off the back of their combined interested in both 50s rock n roll and low-fi garage punk, Dedwardians have been taking the city’s live music circuit by storm with their powerful, over-driven sound and energetic live shows. Not afraid of the anthemic chorus, they’re breathing life into a genre long in need of some new blood.

Petrol Girls (Onstage 8.45pm – 9.15pm):

Petrol Girls are a feminist post-hardcore band based in South East London. Their music combines manic jagged rhythms with vocals that range from furious screaming to intricate melodies and harmonies. They are known for their explosive live performances, with influences such as: Refused, White Lung, Bikini Kill, RVIVR, Propagandhi, At The Drive In and War On Women.

Rat Face Lewey (Onstage 8pm – 8.30pm):

An alternative Rock/Grunge band from London, RFL challenge the apathetic mainstream music production line, and endeavour to offer an alternative. “Music is our life blood” is the statement on their Twitter account, and in regards to their live set this proclamation is certainly justified. RFL believe in their music, they are a band with passion, raw energy and ambition. Visit the gig section and be part of the experience.

PLUS we’ll have a special guest DJ set showcasing some of the best in alternative music by the Irregular Joe throughout the night. Whenever the live bands aren’t playing, he will bring the noise!

The Unicorn Camden Live
227 Camden Road, London, NW1 9AA

Saturday 15th August 2015


About Black Sixteen

Black Sixteen are a London based rock band. Their eponymous self-produced debut EP was released in early 2012. Frontman Amir Khan, drummer Matt Burn and bassist Alex Brock performed live in London and around the UK with keyboardist Laura Sepp before her departure in late 2013. Moving forward as a three-piece with a harder stripped down sound; their early style of delicately heavy rock has evolved into a venomous form of dark grunge noise, a bitter tongued pill that burns on the way down. Black Sixteen are currently recording their second release for 2014. Follow the links below to connect online and keep updated about upcoming gigs and new material.

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