September 26, 2019
Cans Lyf and Folklore cordially invite you to Punk in the Dark! A night of London’s best high energy experimental punk!
September 26, 2019
This elusive act is once again gracing London with their post-punk brutalism. Listen out for their darkwave throwbacks mashed with Samuel T Herring and Edwyn Collins’ lyrical love child – this is music your mum warned you about.
Ghostly, evocative and ethereal – multi-talented, multi-instrumentalists, Mirna Ray, have been gracing the dark corners of London best venues. Their new untitled EP is a wanderlust of darkwave punk that will set your soul on fire.
Kopper are London’s newest post-punk absurdist insurgents. This three-piece are set on bringing something louder, fiercer and more anthemic to the streets of London, with the release of their debut EP “Fading Fires” – a rowdy and nightmarish opedius tale for all oddballs, rejects and provocateurs.
South London quartet Mummy are kicking in the UK scene right now off the back of two standout EPs of pure , undeniably addictive hooks, heavy, stoner grunge. Their blistering, heavy shows have earned the band rave reviews and they will be headlining at Folklore for Punk in the Dark.
August 13, 2019
Brace yourselves for a night of mindbending noise, jazz, prog rock and psychedelia.
Zu have influenced thousands of musicians over the last two decades with their punchy, industrial approach to explosive noise rock. This tour celebrates ten years since the release of the sax, drums and bass trio’s most iconic album, Carboniferous, released via Ipecac Recordings on March 2009.
Nøught are a supergroup of world-class jazz musicians producing unpredictably wild avant-rock and ominous psychedelic ramblings. Rarely able to play or record together due to their commitments to so many other renowned projects, this will be the latest chance to hear what sounds we can expect from their first album in almost twenty years (whenever that’s ready!).
Thumpermonkey have been rising through the worlds of prog, art rock and post-rock, never sitting comfortably in any, but appealing to all with their unusually nuanced approach to songwriting. They received wide acclaim after the release of their EP Electricity and their latest album Make Me Young, etc., which you can buy now via Rockosmos. A transcendent experience.
April 26, 2019
Math rock and post-hardcore four-piece Lost in the Riots make their comeback with storming new album Bonds.
They want to celebrate with you and are bringing Poly-Math and Fall Of Messiah for the ride. This will be the first place you can get your hands on a copy of the album.
Presented by Chaos Theory.
April 5, 2019
Chaos Theory presents an evening of noise, math rock, prog and post-rock, as we celebrate Bristol trio Memory Of Elephant’s debut album Beachballin’. This will be the first place you’ll be able to pick up a copy.
Memory of Elephants – Noisy cacophony, spliced with intricately complex composition, spliced with soaring post-rock jams. Always an amazing time.
HAG – Riotous punk and stoner rock from the London trio.
Upcdownc – Krautrock meets heavy sludge. After their brilliant set at 9 Years Of Chaos, we couldn’t wait to get them back.
- There’s a small step into the building with an additional two steps up to the bar level
- The live music venue is on the first floor, up two flights of steps
- There is a railing on the right side of the stairs up until the top five steps, when it stops
- There are ample unisex toilets on both floors
- There is a small bar in the upstairs venue, limited to five different brands of canned beer, cider and soft drinks