Dingwalls (Lock 17)

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  • Address:

    Dingwalls (Lock 17) Camden Lock, Chalk Farm Road
    Camden Town
    London
    NW1 8AB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7428 0010

  • Venue website:

    www.dingwalls.com

  • Transport:

    Tube: Camden Town

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    1. Dingwalls (Lock 17)
      • Camden Lock, Chalk Farm Road
        Camden Town
        London
        NW1 8AB
      • 020 7428 0010
      • www.dingwalls.com
      • 51.541103,-0.146999

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2:54

Alternative rock, Indie rock, Pop, New wave and post-punk, Punk and hardcore

  • Critics' choice

Former Vulgarians sisters Colette and Hannah Thurlow return with their new project, which veers from glowering post-punk to moody, reverbed goth-pop. Imagine a pared-back Warpaint.

2:54

Echosmith

Pop and rock

This Los Angeles band play easygoing guitar pop that flirts dangerously with twee at points, but still sounds enjoyable overall. And twee or not, it didn't stop their recent single 'Cool Kids' racking up some seriously impressive numbers on YouTube and...

Echosmith

Hunter & The Bear

Acoustic, Folk

Sales of banjos, mandolins, ukeleles and waistcoats have soared since Mumford & Sons became the biggest folk band on the planet - so it's to be expected that a lot of bands popping up these days are going to get labelled as copyists and imitators. But...

Lucy Rose

Pop, Singer-songwriter, Acoustic

  • Critics' choice

The poppy, acoustic young songwriter, known for singing guest vocals for Bombay Bicycle Club (and selling homemade tea and jam on her merch table), returns to preview songs from her second album.

Lucy Rose
  1. Wed Mar 18 – Thu Mar 19
  2. Dingwalls (Lock 17)
  3. £15
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People On Vacation

Pop and rock

They've got a boring name, but POV (comprising Bowling For Soup's frontman Jaret Reddick and Smile Smile's Ryan Hamilton) create surprisingly catchy, softly indified, college rock that may even win the approval of Pavement fans. Yeah we went there.

  1. Thu Mar 5
  2. Dingwalls (Lock 17)
  3. adv £15
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The Preatures

Pop and rock

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Talented Australians The Preatures use the same winning formula as Haim – funky bass and drums, ’70s rock guitar and slinky R&B vocals – and could well imitate the Californian sister act's success. Luckily they're still playing small venues.

The Preatures

Sunset Sons

Rock 'n' roll

The Anglo-Australian foursome performs its rock originals.

  1. Wed Mar 11
  2. Dingwalls (Lock 17)
  3. adv £10
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terrible experience, the stuff behaves superior to visitors, always pushed and commanded.