The pandemic has caused us to have to move many of our gigs online.
As we slowly start to resume physical events, we will continue to run
online ones too. These are listen and advertised on our social media
- this is a good place to start:
R*E*P*E*A*T is totally beside itself to announce that we have a real,
live, in person, sweat soaked, feedback fighting, cider spilling rock'n'roll
GIG in Swansea...
Friday August 20th
Creature Sound, Bethesda St, Swansea SA1 2EU.
Melodic Swansea five piece with big teen aspirations and even bigger
indioe rock choruses.
Shock Horror is a Bristol-based art rock/indie pop band formed in early
Keep your ears open for new releases, recorded and written with the
firm DIY spirit and youthful energy of great bands past.
A four piece cocktail of energy, ideas and adrenaline from Blackwood
South Wales, Primitive Soul, are a snapshot of youth mixing thrashy
electric guitar, an ominous bassline, and vocals that are reminiscent
of a young Pete Shelley. Their songs machine gun out political punk
lyrics, with a nod and a wink to rock's outspoken icons, including the
Clash, Rage Against the Soul and Manic Street Preachers.
Jack City Rockers
One track Boris Baiting wonders, a sort of seditious Swansea super group
without the super, as heard on a recent R*E*P*E*A*T flexi.
Plus DJ Doe from Bandicoot on the wheels of steel...
£4 on the door or cheaper in advance
Profits to Love Music Hate Racis
is beyond over excited to return to live music in Cambridge after 18
months of pestilence, plague and Tory cock ups
The 8 legged love child of shoegaze and post-punk, Lemondaze have been
wooing venues across East Anglia with their MBV / Slowdive lemon flavoured
dream pop grooves. As heard on You Flexi Thing Vol 5
Hailing from Essex, England, The Verdicts are a group of teenagers who
write songs about living in a Post Millennial generation. Their first
single You Believe took aim at PM Boris Johnson, with their second single
Liverpool Street being an ode to London culture. Their new EP Quaker's
Alley has songs that deal with everything from Essex culture, to heartbreak
and dingy alleyways.
As soon to be heard on You Flexi Thing Vol 8
Psychedelic punk-prog 4-piece band from Cambridge
As about to be featured on You Flexi Thing Vol 8; expect angry interventions
from Noel and Liam.
Debut solo gig for Hungry's prolific singer and guitarist.
Friday 13th August 2021 7.45pm
Portland Arms, Cambridge
Collection for and stall for Love Music Hate Racism.
£5 on the door or cheaper in advance
Under 18s need to be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Rock'n'Roll is life giving but the virus is deadly. Please be aware
that this gig will only go ahead if it is safe. If need be extra restrictions
will be introduced eg masks, social distancing, reduced capacity or