SOMEWHAT DAMAGED: A night of loud and live alternative noise from the underground curated by Black Sixteen. After nine succesful events we're back to start a riot at The Unicorn in Camden Town on Friday the 29th of April, with another eclectic showcase of new noise. Featuring sets from Black Sixteen (Onstage 10.15pm - 10.45pm): Sometimes vulnerable, often vicious and always visceral, Black Sixteen are a dynamic and emotionally charged band with a heart of darkness cloaked in candy. "The personification of something beautiful and pure being destroyed and melting away in to something darker.” Lisa Fox www.facebook.com/blacksixteen www.blacksixteen.com Sister Witch (Onstage 9.30pm - 10.00pm): A daemon baby doll Bonnie Parker, dragging her feet back home after an all night bender in Zelda Sayres skin. Lungs full of laudanum, lovelorn, lost. Dolly Haze broken vocals, accompanied by restless drumbeats and guitars that roll their eyes at the attempt of vengeance. Alongside a quiet but calculating Warhol cult leader. www.facebook.com/sisterwitchband/ https://sisterwitch7.bandcamp.com/ http://www.sisterwitch.co.uk/ Loose Joints (Onstage 8.45pm - 9.15pm): Loose Joints - An alternative rock outfit; grown in Essex, harvested in London. This quirky four piece have evolved from their deeply funky roots to blossom into a gritty rock-blues hybrid that hails a salute to some of the ultimate rock legends. www.facebook.com/LooseJointsLive www.loosejointstheband.co.uk/ Meat Loving Vegans (Onstage 8pm - 8.30pm): High octane rawkus experimental jazz punk. This London four piece make an in-your-face racket unlike anything you've ever heard before. https://www.facebook.com/MeatLovingVegans/ www.meatlovingvegans.com/ PLUS DJ Irregular Joe will be on the decks all night keeping the place buzzing in between bands and till late.
If you like to drink and you like to party, come and drink and party for a good cause. We will be donating a portion of your drink money to CRISIS to help the homeless during these cold winter months. There will also be a raffle on the night, entry is £1 and the prize is your very own bottle of Jagermeister with matching frosted shot glasses. 100% of money raised from this raffle will go to charity. So come and have cheap holiday drinks, bring your party face and be prepared to have christmas crackers and candy thrown your way.
SOMEWHAT DAMAGED: A night of LOUD alternative noise from the underground curated by Black Sixteen. After six successful events with a packed out venue and an amazing party atmosphere, we're back at The Unicorn in Camden Town on Friday the 16th of October, and this time we'll be hosting an exclusive single release party by Terminal Gods. Featuring sets from Terminal Gods (Onstage 10.15pm - 10.45pm): Backed by a rack of drum-machine hardware and armed with an arsenal of frantically overdriven pop songs, Terminal Gods stand in a smoke shrouded musical no man’s land. Finding themselves halfway between the uncompromising, raucous hard rock of the 70s, and the cold, new wave beats of 80s, Terminal Gods are a fearsome live band with something to say. Like desperate outlaws facing down an angry mob. www.terminal-gods.co.uk www.facebook.com/terminalgods Black Sixteen (Onstage 9.30pm - 10.00pm): Your hosts for the night are a London based Dark Grunge band with a dynamic and emotionally charged sound, a bitter tongued pill that burns on the way down. Black Sixteen are cathartic and intense live performers with a heart of darkness. The electric soundtrack to a twilight where black dreams turn to lustrous nightmares. www.blacksixteen.com/video www.facebook.com/blacksixteen Mystified (Onstage 8.45pm - 9.15pm): Mystified are a fresh and daringly unique rock band with a strong voice. This energetic and unique 3-piece outfit speaks with an incendiary sound that is both modern and primitive, electrically soulful and powerfully moving. Their wildly energetic live performances make every performance memorable and not to be missed. www.mystifiedmusic.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/MystifiedUK You The Living (Onstage 8pm - 8.30pm): Ingenious and contrary, You The Living's sound is built on a foundation of opposites and inversion. A cavernous wash of pitch-shifted guitar, icy synths and ghostly, androgynous, half-whispered harmonies collide with clanking, distorted 808 beats and sonic battering rams of fuzz. Rather than being a contrast of sonic beauty and ugliness, You The Living combine these extremes in blissful, yet violent soundscapes. www.youthelivingmusic.bandcamp.com www.facebook.com/youtheliving PLUS we’ll have a special guest DJ set from A NEW DUSK DJ's showcasing some of the best in modern alternative music throughout the night. Whenever the live bands aren’t playing, they will bring the noise! ***FREE ENTRY*** The Unicorn Camden Live 227 Camden Road, London, NW1 9AA Friday 16th October 2015
Camden Rocks Festival presents: Cypher16 + New Device + Black Sixteen + RSJ After the success of Camden Rocks Festival we've decided to do a monthly showcase gig, showing off some of the best new live bands in the UK at Camden Barfly. Doors - 7:00pm
Sounds Like: Tool, PIXIES, Nirvana, Silversun Pickups, Therapy
Label: B16 Music
Manager: Amir Khan
Bio: Black Sixteen are a London based Dark Grunge rock band.The band was formed by songwriter Amir Khan and drummer Matt Burn, who are currently performing with lead guitarist Chris Campion and bassist Warren Willis.
Their eponymous self-produced debut EP was released in early 2012, and their sound h...See Full Bio
“Meet our band of the month… Black Sixteen! London based 'heart-on-sleeve' heavy rock band Black Sixteen are the embodiment of the oxymoron of 'delicately heavy' rock. With their grunge ridden riffs and distorted vocals contrasts a feminine, winding keyboard melody to create the angst ridden sounds of 'destroying something beautiful'. If you like it heavy with a fragile core, the diverse and refreshing sound of Black Sixteen will prove ever increasingly heavier, with impressionable lyrics and a soothing resonance which will get you replaying their EP.”