Over 100 Artists For Camden Crawl

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AYAH MARAR

The variety of highlights from his year’s event continues to mount up with the welcome return of Micachu & The Shapes to the live arena, a debut Crawl appearance by Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed and his band..

As spring closes in, the annual May Bank Holiday Camden Crawl music marathon nears the completion of its 2012 line up.  The variety of highlights from his year’s event continues to mount up with the welcome return of Micachu & The Shapes to the live arena, a debut Crawl appearance by Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed and his band, the groundbreaking dancefloor highs from Rustie and the return of Veronica Fall’s alt pop brilliance and the sassy street smart grime of East London’s Mz Bratt. These sparkling gems are but a few of the following new additions just announced to appear at the North London festival set to take place 4th – 6th May. In traditional Camden Crawl form, major special guests will be revealed shortly prior to the event.

LATEST CAMDEN CRAWL 2012 LIVE MUSIC ADDITIONS INCLUDE:

22 n AYAH MARAR n BEANS ON TOAST n BINARY n BO NINGEN n THE CHEVIN n CROWNS n DEBUKAS n EUGENE MCGUINNESS n FOE n HARRY OAKWOOD n JOE WILKES & SIMONSTANLEY WARD nJOHN J PRESLEY nJOHNNY FOREIGNER nKELLIE LLOYD nKYLA LA GRANGE nLIZ GREEN nLONEY DEAR nMARTIN CREED nMATTHEW & ME nMICACHU & THE SHAPES nMICHELLE STODDART nTHE MILK nMISTABISHI n  MOLOTOV JUKEBOX n MONSTA n MZ BRATT * NIGHT SYMMETRY n O CHILDREN n POST WAR YEARS n THE RUMOUR SAID FIRE n RUSTIE n SIMIAN GHOST n SISSY & THE BLISTERS n TREVOR MOSS & HANNAH LOUn TROUBADOUR ROSE n TWO WOUNDED BIRDS n VERONICA FALLS n VIRALS n WEIRD DREAMS n ZUN ZUN EGUI

Published on 03 April 2012 by Ben Robinson

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