Girls Wanna Rock Islington




We take our first journey into north London, to the legendary Hope and Anchor, once the hub of the 70's punk scene to bring you some rockin' ladies (and gents).

Doors 7.45pm
6.50 ADV / 8 OTD


Glam Rock'n'Roll, think Joan Jett in business with Manson! Heavy meets Glam. Sleazy Dirty Guitars with a wah wah vibe! Glitzy Rock N Roll at its best! Fronted by Natalie Indya West.

Having been Influenced by the likes of Joan Jett, Marilyn Manson, Amy Winehouse, Deep Purple & Madonna Natalie has used these influences within her own suggestive music, arranging her songs into a raunchy spectacle creating a Taboo Rock n Roll style of her own. Only recently has she experimented with reggae & Ska, incorporating this into the new album Rebel Music.

Jon Holmes on Radio x branded INDYA as "the new female Royal blood."

Johnny Doom from kerrang Radio commented: "These are my ones to watch"

Verity White Band

Taking influences from the 90s rock and grunge scene, and meshing it with synths, strings and an intricate vocal lines Verity creates her brutal yet beautiful style of rock - loved by fans of Skunk Anansie, Halestorm, Nine Inch Nails, The Pretty Reckless and Tori Amos.

The band's songs deliver non-stop energy and unforgettable melodies which have landed them slots at festivals across the UK including Wildfire & Lechlade, as well as a recent BBC Radio live lounge set.

Inglourious Thunderc*nts

Like the worst cocktail of the worst bar of Caracas, their filthy blend of punk and rock and roll has been disgusting and enthralling confused gig goers in equal measure.

Like a band of brothers with a sister, a volatile and dangerous cocktail of whiskey, vodka and grappa laced with subliminal traces of anarchy and rock n roll stereotypes.

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