Camden Crawl announces it’s bill…
It’s on April 30th/May 1st

and it’s a great one.


The annual event in the pubs and clubs of Camden sees a spectacular cross section of music from indie to grime and back again.

The big name is top grime MC Tinchy Stryder who will perform an intimate show at the year’s Gaymers Camden Crawl. He will appear on the Sunday evening of the May Bank Holiday festival. Set to release his highly anticipated new single ”˜Spaceship’ later this Spring, the ”˜Number 1′ artist will be be just one of the many at the crawl.

Alongside this announcement, Levi’s have also confirmed the details of it’s Craft Of Music series at the Crawl with a full schedule of live performance and Q&A’s from a raft of exciting new talent at Proud Galleries on Sunday 1st May. One of the UK’s most revered guitarists and singer songwriters, Graham Coxon, will top the bill with his first live performance and public discussion drawn from his forthcoming 8th studio album. Radio 1’s Huw Stephens will host the all day and evening marathon which will include performances by Glasgow’s The Phantom Band, Marques Toliver, Martyna Baker, Dutch Uncles, Housse De Racket and an exclusive collaboration between soul diva Rox and acclaimed sublime rapper Ghostpoet. The evening will close with an epic DJ set from Stockport’s Delphic.

Finally… since the festival’s inception in 1995, it been accompanied by a free compilation album featuring a selection of acts appearing at the event. Formerly on CD, the 10th annual free compilation will be released as a digital download bundle in conjunction with 7Digital. From Wednesday 20th April, ticket holders will be able to download Gaymers Camden Crawl 2011 The Album from HERE . Non-ticket holders will be able to stream the album from the same location.

The album features tracks from a selection of acts appearing at this year’s festival, including:

Becoming Real * Benjamin Francis Leftwich * Cate Le Bon * Cerebral Ballzy * Cloud Control * DELS * Divorce * Dry The River * Fever Fever * Fiction * Flats * Holy State * John & Jehn * Kong * Little Comets * Lu Lu & The Lampshades * Marques Toliver * Maverick Sabre * MNDR * The Phantom Band * PVT * S.C.U.M. * Spectrals * The Staves * Team Ghost * Visions Of Trees


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