The 90s Take Over Camden
Fri 17 Feb
FORGET THE TIME MACHINE, CAMDEN IS TAKING A TRIP BACK TO THE NINETIES...
Some of the biggest names in the 90s music scene are hitting Camden in the next few weeks. Here are some of our fave (and most popular) blasts from the past:
The Dandy Warhols — Roundhouse
Remember bopping around to ‘Bohemian Like You? Does it feel like it was decades ago? Well it was. Almost two in fact. If you fancy reliving your youth with this American, indie-rock quartet, they’re still together and playing at the Roundhouse. All in all, they’ve released ten studio albums and you may only be able to recall the words to about 5% of the songs but you’ll definitely be able to bop with enthusiasm.
Basement Jaxx — Dingwalls
Electronic dance duo Basement Jaxx are London boys, starting their careers with club night of the same name in Brixton in the mid-nineties. 20 years on and the pair are still going strong. They’ll be playing at Dingwalls as part Brits week war child initiative. Expect the very same garagey-house that they were banging out in the late nineties/early noughties.
Jamiroquai — Roundhouse
Calling all Space Cowboys: the cat in the hat is back with his first studio album in seven years, Automaton. Jay Kay and the band will be landing in the Roundhouse for one night only — their only scheduled UK tour date — to support the new release. 25 years after their original formation, Jamiroquai is still bringing their trippy brand of synthpop to the masses.