Colossal Camden Crawl

Camden Crawl took place this weekend, with stellar performances from bands such as Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Madness, Kasabian, The Fall and The Maccabees amongst many more.

As part of the Gaymers Grass Roots gig series, The Holloways played a homecoming gig to competition winners at the Bull & Gate pub in Kentish Town. The afternoon set also marked the start of the Gaymers Camden Crawl.

Secret shows came from acts such as Graham Coxon who played a set in the Spread Eagle. As you'd expect the queue of fans hoping to catch a glimpse went twice round the block. Madness toured Camden in an open top bus. They first played to the queue of fans waiting to exchange their festival tickets for wristbands outside the Roundhouse. They belted out favourites such as 'Madness' and 'It Must Be Love'. They also played both Edinburgh Castle and Dublin Castle, before heading to Camden Market for another set.

On the site this week we will have a full round up of Camden Crawl from our roving reporters. As always we have all the latest news and reviews from the music world. There is also the chance to win tickets for The Zutons homecoming gig in Liverpool's St George's hall as part of the Gaymers Grassroots gig series. We also have an interview with epic folk pop trailblazers The All New Adventures of Us.

This week’s Glasswerk's gigs include Beggar Joe, Ginger, Misty’s Big Adventure and The Strange Death of Liberal England. Also we now have a brand spanking new Ireland website. Visit them on link

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