Musicians from Harrow will have won a fair few new fans following an experimental showcase gig called Funkin Heavee Live.
The aim of the night, on Saturday June 21, was to provide an insight into, and celebrate, the borough's healthy but hidden music scene.
The bill, put together by local promoters Micah Lei and Laura Egan, was loaded with acoustic performers and more than a splash of rock and roll. All the acts are unsigned.
A camp-fire mentality descended on the crowd at 8pm as people drew in close to opening act Shaolin Punk for a handful of interesting, well-received songs.
Next up was singer-songwriter Jennifer Jane, whose simple strummed tunes and matter-of-fact lyrics may draw comparisons with Kate Nash.
Dashes of Red Hot Chili Peppers and perhaps Incubus were evident in Coburn IC1's repetoire. They provided an ideal set to carry everyone from the mellowed, unplugged half of the evening to the louder, noisier second section.
In the main room, Langley Road laid down some pure, popular party music with traditional catchy choruses, and The Modelz' soft indiecum-rock reminded me of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
The Baskervilles were, like their varied tunes, very competent and the Dirty Do Goods block bustin' set featured shades of The Automatic and some funky basswork (an element sorely missed from modern pop and indie, I maintain!).
Headliners The Natives rounded off the evening with a polished performance with an even rockier flavour: meaty riffs and chord changes that were right up my street.