On Sunday May 5, Land Of Kings is set to take over Dalston once again and share a host of music and art events at a variety of locations.

Genre-bending ensemble Chrome Hoof have been added to the lineup, and the cult band promise to bring their uncatagorizable psychedelia to the London suburb. Elsewhere, kraut rockers Bo Ningen, Tectonic roller Dark Sky, Portico Quartet offshoot Circle Traps and Seams are just a few of the other new additions that have piqued our interest. Most excitingly for us though, the festival is running label showcases with a couple of the most crucial London independent imprints; Public Information and Petit Records.

It’s not all live music though, all across the town are host of events, from record fair Vortex Vinyl Vernacular where you can buy and play your purchases to the confusing but likely awesome Musical Bingo, and while we’re not entirely sure how that would work exactly, it sounds like it would probably be fun all the same.

For more information and tickets go here.



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