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Welcome to Garageland Promotions!


FRIDAY the 10th of MARCH 2017

227 Camden Road
London, NW1 9AA

Eight Rounds Rapid
Randy Savages
The Empty Page

DJs Vince Primitive and Emily Crowler on the decks

8:00pm-12:00am. Please come early - the first band starts at 9:00pm sharp and live music finishes at 11pm!! Then DJs spinning '77+ punk rock, snarling '60s garage and raw rock 'n' roll til midnight!!

(donations will be greatly appreciated & are needed - we'll pass a donation box!!)

Complimentary tortilla chips and homemade Mexican salsa for the Earlybirds!!

The Unicorn is situated on the junction of Brecknock and Camden Road. To get here you can take the 29, 279 or 253 buses from Camden Town station. Alternatively, it is a short 20 minute walk, directly up Camden Road to our location.

The Unicorn is in a residential area so please keep the noise down out front and please don't bring your own cans of beer. It is a lovely old pub with fairly priced drinks, and both the pub and Garageland depend on your patronage at the bar. Many thanks :)

Eight Rounds Rapid
Official website:

"Edgy, drugged-up thug punk. Loss Leader is Thames Estuary crude given a vital contemporary twist. Invest now."
— Uncut

"On tracks such as Writeabout, singer David Burke's quick-fire Essex-drawl conveys barbed verse worthy of John Cooper Clarke or Mark E.Smith."
— Mojo

Eight Rounds Rapid’s songs are rooted in trad blues, but guitar from Simon Johnson and singer David Alexander’s acerbic delivery make the act sound like John Cooper Clarke and Mark E Smith jamming in a Southend bus depot, with their gritty tales of the Essex underworld.

The group gained a national audience last year when they supported Wilko Johnson on his UK Farewell Tour, winning over BBC DJs, Artrocker magazine and a clutch of bloggers with their polarising performances at Camden’s Koko.

Randy Savages

Featuring Jon Bon Jovi, Teresa May, Carlos Valderama and Odin The Norse God of War, Randy Savages seamlessly blend Neo Folk with Hard Style Techno. Signed to Decca, they are recently back from a headline stadium tour of Lithuania where they shared the stage with everyone from Brotherhood of Man to The Scorpions. Their latest album features a cameo appearance from an otter on lute.

The Empty Page

THE EMPTY PAGE were formed through a mutual love of fuzz, noise, and vocal harmonies. They recorded their debut album, Unfolding, with studio royalty gggarth Richardson in Vancouver in 2016.
They are from Manchester, in the middle of the UK.


"Great snarling post-punk from London"


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