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November 24th at The Fiddlers Elbow

£4.00 / Sold Out

Who Run The World is London's first known promotions company exclusively booking and showcasing female and female-fronted artists, to help improve visibility of women in music.
We are very excited to announce that we will be hosting monthly full band showcases at The Fiddlers Elbow in Camden with performances from some of London's finest female musicians!

DREAM NAILS ★ Little Fists ★ JUNK. ★ The Wimmins Institute ★ Phoenix Chroi

Doors 7pm
Music 8pm
11:15pm | DREAM NAILS

Dream Nails was formed in the summer of 2015 by four ""feminist punk witches"" from London. Described as "a political push that’ll send any audience member reeling" by Dazed & Confused, the group released their debut EP 'DIY' in April and have since headlined Glastonbury festival’s first women-only stage, been featured in Vice Magazine and played on BBC 6 Music.
10pm | Little Fists

Sadcore London band Little Fists have been described as having "melodic guitar, sad lyrics, suddenly loud shouting and screaming.... For fans of Modest Mouse, Explosions In The Sky, Where's Hollywood?". Summer 2016 saw Little Fists release their first record on vinyl – a split 7” with Fight Rosa Fight, along with a UK tour.
9:45pm | JUNK.

JUNK. are a two-piece trashy-pop band from the UK. They have 2 releases out on Leeds-based cassette label Chud Records, and are known for their catchy pop songs and loud and playful live shows.
9pm | The Wimmins' Institute*

Pop-punk supergroup The Wimmins' Institute (formed of Americans Jen and Deb from original riot grrrl band Linus, and Brits Melissa and Cassie from socialist rnb troupe Thee Faction) sing about everyday sexism, c-sections, bad sex, and pirates.
“Brilliant … fuelled by brass, guitar and righteous fury” – MOJO
“Badass Lady Power Picnic is just wonderfully, tunefully, angrily unprofessional … 4/5″ – Boff Whalley, R2 Magazine
“The Raincoats meets Throwing Muses, with an individual down-to-earth humour that shows these women live their ordinary lives with extraordinary flair, wickedness and good grace” Ngaire Ruth, LouderThanWar.com
8:15pm | Phoenix Chroi

Stage times are approximate

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