I’m Not From London presents…

November 6th @ The Angel!
Our first gig of the year, it’s gonna be a good’n. Standing room only at the Chapel with a brand new P.A and acoustic treated re-designed live space. We’ve held off for so long so we can get back to putting on the gigs we remember with such fond messy, moshy memories!

Avalanche Party is feral garage-punk rock & roll from the North Yorkshire Moors. Their sound is intense and immediate, so new yet so familiar, brimming with an urgency that explodes off the stage like the front lines of a war you didn’t even realise was being fought. Every note played through white knuckles, every word spat through gritted teeth.
“The most exciting rock & roll band in the UK right now” BBC Radio 1
“A tsunami of mega riffs and eardrum-popping bass lines. Definitely don’t want to wear your Sunday best to one of their raucous gigs”
Formed in 2014, the past few years have seen Avalanche Party tear away from the moors, performing all across the UK, Europe and USA, and finally this year, released their long awaited debut album ‘24 Carat Diamond Trephine.’
Hotly tipped by many for big success, the band has had heavy radio support across the board, being championed by BBC 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq & Tom Robinson, Radio 1’s Huw Stephens & Jack Saunders, BBC Introducing, Vic Galloway at BBC Scotland, John Kennedy at Radio X, Edith Bowman at Virgin Radio, Jim Gellatly at Amazing Radio and KEXP’s Kevin Cole & Cheryl Waters plus KCRW’s Jason Kramer in the USA.
Avalanche Party were recently awarded the Momentum Fund by PRS for 2020 following their first taste of recording in the USA, working on new music in the desert at the world famous Rancho De La Luna recording studio in Joshua Tree California with Dave Catching (Queens Of The Stone Age, Kyuss, Eagles Of Death Metal).
Notable UK performances include SXSW Festival 2019 in Austin, Texas, New Colossus Festival in New York City & their own headline shows in Los Angeles, California, New York and Tijuana, Mexico. Reading & Leeds Festival, Isle of Wight Festival, The Great Escape, Liverpool Sound City, Tramlines Festival, Live at Leeds, Y-Not Festival, Humber Street Sesh, Truck Festival, 2000 Trees Festival, Deershed Festival, Twisterella Festival, Hit The North & Stockton Calling. European Festivals such as London Calling (Pardiso, Amsterdam), Psycho Mind Festival (Tilberg), Mikser Festival (Serbia) and Olgas Rock (Germany). This all alongside multiple European tours taking them to deep Belgium, France, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Serbia.


The Visceral and sublime Witch Of The East; whose songs of cinematic, Genre-Twisting potency, governed by songstress writer Aeris Houlihan, are nothing short of pushing boundaries within popular guitar music of the early 90’s and giving it a well-needed ‘2021 punch in the gut!’
Hitting you deep inside your core. An elevated, dystopian, apocalyptic angst runs through their bones delivering a harsh dose of reality through the dreaminess of their on-stage aura.
Reminiscent of a late 80’s Grace Jones- stoic and brave, Aeris combined with co-writer and mercurial performance artist Zera Tønin and the powerhouse drummer Manny; The sonic heroism that Witch Of The East conjures up as a band is no accident!
“Meet the Queen of grungy aural occultism”
– Amelia Vandergast – Corvid Culture

A Void is a 3 piece DIY rock band from Paris/London. Will scream insanities in your ears and make you uncontrollably dance the onche-onche ondulé.
Nightmare of sound engineers. “There is beer all over my pedalboard! Twice I got electrocuted while I was playing!”
– “Charles Aznavour!”
A VOID will delight you, disturb you, and always surprise you.
A VOID released their first album “Awkward And Devastated” in November 2018. It is available on this website, as well as Bandcamp, Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, etc.


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