R*E*P*E*A*T - Fighting the Power 1994 - 2006

Some pix from the collection of motley blu tacked print outs, laughingly called an exhibition and stuck on the wall at our Junction gig on April 25th 2006 can be seen here. Also some images from the event itself... coming soon


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R*E*P*E*A*T - Fighting the Power Since 1994

10th (!) Birthday Party

Tuesday April 25th 2006, £5


Cambridge Junction
(01223 511511)

Free 9 track CD featuring bands and DJs playing to be given out on the night, more details here


The Visions

“Music for hopeless daydreamers, profound thinkers and fans of glorious, impeccably thought-out indie alike” - Rocksound
“expansive, lush, cinematic and beautiful” - R*E*P*E*A*T

Johnny Panic

KKKK 'The Manics' natural successors step up a gear...
Johnny Panic may be the perfect realisation of what it is to be young and British in 2006. The only thing they're missing, quite frankly, is you.' Kerrang!


Miss Black America
"Provocative, inspired and downright essential - hear this band if it's the last thing you do" - Rocksound

"black-shirted revolutionaries ... firmly on the road to punk rock idolatry" OK Magazine


The Saffs

Sleazy Pop Punk Glamsters whose single 'Supercharger' launched R*E*P*E*A*T Records, playing together for the first time since 2001, listen to 'TV Riot' here

Pilots of the Sixth
"a dirty mix of the best bits of QOTSA and The White Stripes... they really get under your skin, ones to watch" R*E*P*E*A*T


The Horse and His Boy

Short acoustic set from ex members of The Virgin Suicides,
“lush musicality combined with linear, scar-like lyrical honesty”


Panic! DJs, Compere Matt Abysmal (The Khe Sanh Approach) and R*E*P*E*A*T Exhibition