Calendar of Events

October 19, 2019

Might As Well Fest

Day 2 of this years Might As Well Fest feat. Crazy Arm, Beezewax (Norway), Burnt Tapes, Pacer, Luke Rainsford, We Bless This Mess (Portugal), H_ngm_n, Death By Shotgun, Mixtape Saints, High Praise, Stew Gush, Tom Aylott, Gareth James & Party Boss.

Charity based event raising money for Heads Above The Waves

Date: October 19, 2019
Venue: New Cross Inn
London, United Kingdom
Cost: 12

October 18, 2019

Might As Well Fest

Day 1 of this years Might As Well Fest feat. Weatherstate, CF98, Break Ups, Youths & Megaflora
Charity based event raising money for Heads Above The Waves

Start: October 18, 2019 7:00 pm
End: October 18, 2019 11:00 pm
Venue: New Cross Inn
London, United Kingdom
Cost: 7

October 12, 2019 – October 13, 2019

MIKA BOMB + Lucy and the Rats, Seven Days and Doesn’t Die.

Mika Bomb are the original Japanese ‘Garage Superstars’ formed in 1998 originally on the Beastie Boys label Grand Royal then went on to East Londons label Damaged Goods. These Super Sexy Razor Happy Girls are back with the only UK show for 2019. Supported by Lucy and the Rats, Seven Days and Doesn’t Die. Plus punk rock DJs till late.

Start: October 12, 2019 7:00 pm
End: October 13, 2019 3:00 am
Venue: The Finsbury
Phone: 020 8809 1142
336 Green Lanes , London , N4 1BY, United Kingdom
Cost: 10.00

SLS/Chimpy presents: an Olivia benefit: Hellkrusher and friends

South London Scum and Chimpyfest present:

A benefit all-day fundraiser for OLIVIA. Local diy punks Bongo (ScumFest Collective) and Magda have a daughter who suffers from leukemia and a stroke and needs our help! Come and have a great night with great bands and help raise much-needed funds for their family to survive their current hardships.


Hellkrusher (Newcastle)

Gets Worse (Leeds)

Civilised Society? (Batley)

Zerum (Berlin, Germany)

Jack (Kiskunhalas, Hungary)

Arboricidio (London)

Jawless (London)

Binge Drinker (London)

@ New Cross Inn
323 New Cross Road, SE14 6AS
Ticket presales available from:

Start: October 12, 2019 4:00 pm
End: October 12, 2019 11:55 pm
Venue: New Cross Inn
323 New Cross Rd, London, New Cross, SE14 6AS, United Kingdom
Cost: £10

October 9, 2019

Soulside, Jaded Eyes, Dealing With Damage

Soulside was the 1st independent band to tour the East Block in Europe while the Berlin Wall was still standing. “A formidable punk band of its time, Soul Side was an important band in the 1980s Washington D.C. punk scene because it was the missing link between the lyrically advanced, but musically straightforward emo-core of bands like Rites of Spring and the sonic complexities of Fugazi. Comprised of Alexis Fleisig on drums, Bobby Sullivan on vocals, Scott McCloud on guitar, and Johnny Temple on bass, the band mixed politically conscious lyrics with a brand of punk that featured tempo changes, Sonic Youth-inspired guitar dissonance, and some very hushed moments. When Soul Side broke up, Janney, Fleisig, McCloud, and Temple turned their side project, Girls Against Boys, into a full-time band and packed up and moved to New York. Bobby Sullivan went on to join a number of bands, including Seven League Boots, Rain Like the Sound of Trains, and the Sevens.” ~ Kembrew McLeod, Rovi

Jaded Eyes – The Leeds band features members who have been active in the punk scene for many years, in bands such as VOORHEES, THE HORROR, JOHN HOLMES, DEAD PETS, SEX MANIACS, GEOFFREY OI!COTT and many many more.

Following on from their amazing live shows and killer reviews for their debut “Gods And Monsters” album back in 2013, the band have continued to impress, sharing a collective love of the Dischord sounds of the likes of DAG NASTY and GOVERNMENT ISSUE and mixing them with the home grown UK guitar driven punk sounds of the likes of THE RUTS, THE DAMNED and HDQ

Dealing With Damage, spearheading the NWOBHC movement despite containing people who spearheaded the UKHC movement in the first place, bring the head-holding hardcore.

Start: October 9, 2019 7:30 pm
End: October 9, 2019 11:00 pm
Venue: The Lexington
Phone: 020 7837 5371
96-98 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9jb, United Kingdom
Cost: 13.20

October 5, 2019



Start: October 5, 2019 8:00 pm
End: October 5, 2019 11:30 pm
61 NEW PARK RD., LONDON, SW2 4EN, United Kingdom
Cost: £5

September 26, 2019

CansLyf and Folklore Presents: Punk in the Dark

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
Doors 7.30pm

Black Seas
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.

Start: September 26, 2019 7:00 pm
End: September 26, 2019 7:00 pm
Venue: Folklore
186 Hackney Road , E27QL, United Kingdom
Cost: 5

September 14, 2019

MethxCamp (UK powerviolence) + support TBC @ The Gunners, Finnsbury Park

“Ihatebeingapromoter” promotions bring you a night of dog shit bands playing to dogshit people (you):

West Country Brotherhood Tyskieviolence connoisseur’s.


Support the scene.
(Like a sex machine.)

Unwaged: Pay what you can. Dont take the piss.

Start: September 14, 2019 8:00 pm
End: September 14, 2019 11:00 pm
Venue: The Gunners
204 Blackstock Rd, London, N5 1EN, United Kingdom
Cost: 4

August 16, 2019

Trackstar/Pornstar, Rites of Hadda, White Bastard, Jesus Hooligan’s Natural Noise

Hailing from Pontypridd, Wales we’re rather pleased to drag Trackstar/Pornstar down from the valleys for this knees up. Formed of members of 100000 Bodybags and Dead Radio. Punk to the core!

In what is quite possibly their debut gig, we’re well excited to introduce WHITE BASTARD who promise to dislodge the wax from the depths of your ear canals.
Check em out here:

Jesus Hooligan’s Natural Noise – Not sure if anything more needs to be said about JH. A special spoken word performance (if that description does it justice at all). Here’s a wee snippet to give you a taste:

And, well, here’s some more from good ol’ JH proper:

Plus Rites of Haḍḍā – anarcho-pagan-gothic-psychedelic punk rock – with a special home turf ritual, and perhaps a new song or two?!

Free entry from 8pm
* PUNK 4 THE HOMELESS merch will also be on sale!

Start: August 16, 2019 8:00 am
End: August 16, 2019 11:55 pm
Venue: The Gunners Pub
204 Blackstock Road, London, N5 1EN, United Kingdom
Cost: Free