Come and Join Us at The Fiddlers Elbow for Some of the Best Alternative, Indie, Rock, Punk, Pop Music.
Situated in the heart of Camden, The Fiddlers Elbow is one of London’s longest running independent live music venues. Showcasing live music seven nights a week, The Fiddlers Elbow is renowned for promoting some of the hottest new names in the industry. The retro decor and musical memorabilia make this a bucket list venue for any new talent. So join us at The Fiddlers Elbow and discover your next favourite band!
Doors: 7pm – 11.30pm
About The Bands:
Ctrl Alt Delete
A small 3 piece band from south east London, making original songs, and entertaining the people. All three have influences from the love of Indie/Alternative/Rock/Metal
Two Pound Tea
Two Pound Tea are more than just a punk rock band, we are here to fight the power. Blending heavy riffs, catchy choruses and hard hitting lyrics we aim to bring rock and punk into the 21st century. We have 2 Eps out on all platforms, Our latest Doublethink came out in December. We are a 4 piece originally from London but now based in Herts and Bucks! We started out in 2017.
Something In Between
Something In-Between are a Pop-Punk band based in Hertfordshire, UK. Releasing their debut EP, Sympathy, in September 2020, the 4-piece made their mark. Now they are exploding onto stages around the UK with their energetic performances and sing-along anthems, bringing live music back with a bang. Influenced by Pop-Punk bands from the 90s and 00s such as Neck Deep, The Story So Far, Knuckle Puck, blink-182, and Green Day, they hope to add their unique flavour to the Pop-Punk of this generation.
Formed in December 2018 by producer Jason Fonfe, Funky Nature is a musical project that was primarily born from the ashes of female fronted pop trio ‘The Teasers’ and Datchet’s well established audio facility, Big mouth Studios. It was the loss of his studio and band that drove Jason to create something that would not only reflect his musical penchant for all things indie, but a collection of songs that could work in as many forums as possible. Armed with only his acoustic guitar, he currently performs solo or solo with beats, duo trio etc – basically any gig he can get his hands on. With a much more versatile set up, Funky Nature has been slowly gigging its way across London and the surrounding area. With sprinklings of the Stone Roses and aromas of Jamie Woon, the style strolls along doffing it’s proverbial cap to the plethora of his musical influences from rock to rap, ska to salsa.