The Incendia Showcase is hitting Camden this summer, and with it brings four quality little bands. The bands have been carefully selected by Incendia PR to put on the best possible show. Find tickets here and RSVP on Facebook here.
The Alchemy are a fresh new, 4 piece exponent of the new breed of English Rock bands that seamlessly blend the attitude of big guitars with big samples and synths. Find them on Facebook.
Agent have headlined their own NZ tours and UK shows, have featured at UK rock festivals and their second album ‘Kingdom of Fear’ created a buzz in the prog-rock scene in the UK and Europe earning the band a 2014 UK progressive music award nomination. Find them on Facebook.
Mixing their blend of Alternative Rock with Hard-Dance hooks, Stereo Juggernaut are the freshest hybrid you’ll hear today. Crushing guitar work boasting classic lead-parts mixed with modern riffage. Intricate, lyrical, and primitive rhythms fused with pounding, melodic bass-lines and synths reminiscent of filthy underground raves. They incorporate audio textures from the future, whilst maintaining a genuine, old-school guitar driven sound. Find them on Facebook
BLACK ORCHID EMPIRE
“Black Orchid Empire have steamrollered their way into my life with a song that is so undeniable, it’s like I’m hearing Muse for the first time all over again” – Alex Baker, Kerrang! Radio Find them on Facebook
Puppy have announced their new EP and detailed it a little.
The record is titled Vol II due for a August 12th release, and a free release show celebrating the event will take place on August 23rd at The Black Heart in Camden.
Jock Norton (vocals/guitar) said:
“With VOL II we wanted to do expand upon the foundations we’d laid with our first EP, both musically and conceptually. I think we’d wanted the first one to essentially be four singles, whereas this one has a bit more light and shade to it. I know describing something as a ‘musical journey’ is pretty naff but I feel it applies here, at least to some degree. Another thing we were conscious of was trying to streamline our sound a bit more. People always comment on the fact that we mix a lot of indie rock ideas in with more traditionally metal sounding stuff, and I think here we wanted the lines to blur even further; hopefully rather than thinking “this bit sounds like Metallica and this bit sounds like Grandaddy in quite a dichotomous way, the joints have been smoothed down a little and those ideas come together in a more coherent way. We’re very proud of what we’ve achieved and we’re really excited to share it with people.”
The track listing looks like this:
2. My Tree
5. Here At Home
Puppy’s Entombed from the record has had a video released, watch it below: