DORJA / A VOID / HAWXX at Nambucca

Sun 16th February 2020
@ Nambucca - London

DORJA are back on tour in Europe to complete their Zodiac Tour. The band is currently promoting the release of their debut album, ‘Gemini’.

With an aggregate of young, yet experienced musicians from England, Belgium and Kazakhstan, DORJA has a diverse and vast range of musical influences. Their unique style is a nod to 70s & 80s classic rock bands whilst fusing with the modern sounds of current garage rock bands. With their powerful, guitar-driven hooks and heavy drums, teamed with a vocal of raw energy to challenge Janis Joplin, Dorja have created one of the most exciting new bands today.

Vocals / Aiym Almas
Guitar / Rosie Botterill
Drums / Anna Mylee
Bass / Oliver Lee
+ guests


A chaotic, beautiful take on post-punk…

“Hailing from both Paris and London, A VOID are responsible for buzz-saw grunge pop that combines bitter grit and a self-effacing lyrical charm which results in some of the best alt. rock that you’re likely to hear. Vocalist Camille Alexander possesses riot grrrl charisma that frankly surpasses any kind of categorisation when taken in tandem with her nakedly personal lyrics, giving their ever-accessible songs a perennially dark heart. Their recently self-released debut album, ‘Awkward and Devastated’, is a vital listen and is available from their website, via Bandcamp, and the usual digital platforms.”

Highly recommended for fans of Sonic Youth, Reuben, Hole, Deftones, biffy clyro, Babes In Toyland, Nymphs, L7, Modern Baseball, Miossec, Abbaye de Belloc, etc.

Camille Alexander – chant/guitare
Marie Niemiec – batterie/chœurs
Aaron Hartmann – basse


“A fiercely articulate metallic attack”
Planet Rock Magazine

“A shred-storm that will blow the cobwebs away. Badass”
BBC Introducing South

BBC Introducing Tees

“It’s time to start getting excited about the UK metal scene again”
A & R Factory

HAWXX are Anna, Hannah, Jessica and Iman. Originally hailing from Greece, Wales, England and Bahrain, they founded the band in Wandsworth, South London in 2018. Named after the bird of prey, with the double XX symbolising the double XX female chromosome, HAWXX are proud to shake up the male-dominated rock scene with a fresh sound and energy.

HAWXX write songs that reflect the lies of our current political climate, the deterioration of the NHS, about how love is a bitch and self-empowerment.

HAWXX have released three singles, all receiving a very positive response from press and radio, with airplay from Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing and Planet Rock Radio.