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Metal Mercenary and Nambucca #London are excited to bring you Girlz Rawk!™ London 2019 – celebrating International Women’s Day with women who rock!!!

Girlz Rawk!™ London 2019 features 10 bands from varying styles within the rock and metal genres all of which will set the stage alight with their high-powered performances!!!

Come along, enjoy the day, the music and lend your support!!!

Bad Pollyanna | Alt. rock/metal from West Yorkshire

Evyltyde | Melodic/power metal from London


DOORS: 2:00PM (Bands will start very soon after!)
18+ ONLY
Advance pre-sale tickets from £10 available from SEE Tickets

#girlzrawk #girlzrawklondon #IWD2019
London, United Kingdom


This Feeling Big in 2019

“It’s the club night where Rock ‘n, Roll royalty hang out (Liam, Noel, Kasabian, Arctic Monkeys, Jake Bugg and more) and which has helped launch the likes of Blossoms, Catfish And The Bottlemen, The Struts, Cabbage and many more. Unfazed by what industry label as ‘hot property’, This Feeling are way ahead of the curve with new band bookings.” Clash Magazine


– Zuzu
– Sad Boys Club
– Lacuna Bloome
– The Estevans
– Youth Killed It
– Latenight Honeymoon
– Hands Off Gretel

Please note; no stats, cosy relationships or £££ record labels have to spend on ads are taken into consideration when selecting our tips for the year line up (or any other for that matter). As it always should be, this is ALL about the music…


we’ve teamed up w/ Flying Vinyl & Blood Records to bring you the highly tune laden and collectable #Bigin2019 double LP

all copies hand-numbered, includes numerous vinyl debuts + we are donating any royalty we receive to Teenage Cancer Trust and Musicians Against Homelessness

£23 >


Tankus The Henge come to Nambucca

Tankus the Henge have built their reputation on unforgettable songwriting, spectacular live performances and relentless hard work, playing hundreds of shows across Europe and building a devoted fan base along the way.

Tickets available here:

Supported and championed by BBC Radio 2, BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 4 and hailed for their remarkable live performances from the likes of The Guardian who described them as “….a virtual carnival of sound thats high on energy and deep on soul.

Their new single Things Were Better Before is a moving track telling a story of a dystopian future, commenting on environmental issues and the glimpse of hope we have left to rectify it. The encapsulating and mesmerizing music video has been nominated for film festival awards all over the world. This is from their forthcoming album, I Crave Attention Baby, But Not When I Drive out 29th November. Lead singer Jaz comments on the album

We’ve tried to capture the essence of our live shows, and all the chaotic abandon that goes with that, but in the midst of all the alchemy there’s plenty of sounds which are unique to this record. We’re interested in diving back to what has influenced us the most, namely dirty guitar music and New Orleans jazz. Marrying the two on the same record is the challenge.

Musically inspired by bands from the British invasion of the 60s and artists such as Tom Waits, Blur, Randy Newman and Queens Of The Stone Age, and with lyrics influenced by 20th Century American Literature, specifically the Beat Generation and Gonzo journalism, Tankus the Henge defy categorisation.

Their hair-raising show, like no other, has to be seen and heard to be believed after touring all over the world and renowned for their festival extravaganzas. Like a psychedelic, rock n roll octopus… only with four more legs.

Support comes from Delphi.



Come and see a selection of photos from many of the household names that have come through the doors at Nambucca over the last few years.

Picture: Mercury prize winners and local Holloway heroes Wolf Alice playing Nambucca, March 2016. Photo: Will Ireland