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May 1

Last.fm Presents @ Camden Crawl 2011

With Simian Mobile Disco, British Sea Power and 5 more artists at Koko


Sunday 1 May 2011 at 6:00pm


1a Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JE, United Kingdom

Tel: +44.(0)870 432 5527


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Last.fm is teaming up with Camden Crawl again to host an amazing night of music at Koko on 1st May. We’re proud to be the digital partner for the Camden Crawl 2011 and have an amazing line up to prove it. Are you ready for this?

We will be bringing you: Dinosaur Pile-Up, Lethal Bizzle, Mazes, British Sea Power, Simian Mobile Disco, Hudson Mohawke, Ruff Diamondz and if that’s not enough the Last.fm DJs will also be dropping some beats.

The line up for this has been picked from the Hype charts so you helped make this happen. Be sure to catch hyped artists Ruff Diamondz and Mazes who are currently causing a big stir on their respective music scenes and were tipped as ones to watch this year. Dinosaur Pile-Up are performing off the back of their 2010 album Growing Pains which saw them shoot up the charts to have almost 20,000 listeners on Last.fm. British Sea Power will be cementing their position as the Indie Kings of Brighton on the cusp of the release of Valhalla Dancehall.

Adding a spot of variety is what we’re about here at Last.fm so what better than getting one of the best crossover grime artists on our line up? Bizzle Bizzle, yes it’s Lethal Bizzle. He’ll be bringing his very special combo to the stage and it will all be topped off nicely with the headliners Simian Mobile Disco followed by Hudson Mohawke who have been collectively scrobbled over 12 million times! Not for the faint hearted our night will be powering your music discovery at Koko until 4am.

Make sure you head down to Koko at the Camden Crawl 2011 to avoid missing out on the best combo of music Last.fm could find to bring to the masses! Plus it’s a bank holiday. What more could you ask for?


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