Kamp David at The Forge in London

Kamp David at The Forge in London, UK

Reviewed by Paul Barton

Quick shout from the British side of the pond, I checked out The Forge in London’s Camden Town last night. This is a fairly new venue in perhaps the best (and best known) area for music in London. It’s rather an unusual bar that opens up into a medium sized gig at night. Saturday saw promoter Micky P’s regular ‘Fired Up’ night featuring up and coming act Kamp David playing material from their first album ‘Red Hotel’ (ZubeRecords 2012) to a packed house. The band play up tempo Rock/electro with a nod to Electric 6 and Seventies glam in the Alice Cooper /David Bowie vein. Danceable but catchy songs from the six piece come thick and fast, CoCo being a stand out track for me. Not often you get an encore at this type of gig, but these guys did! Worth checking out!


(Originally posted on Scout66.com)


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