257 Mansfield Road City Centre, Nottingham NG1 3FT

Doors: 7:30 pm | Price: £8.50 adv | Ages: 16+ | Room: The Maze

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Don’t miss this long awaited album launch – one of those nights to say “I was there”.

Interrobang – Angry motorik loop-driven post-punk rock three piece, based in Leeds and Brighton.

Vocals: Dunstan Bruce
Guitar: Stephen Griffin
Drums: Harry Hamer
Dunstan is an English musician and filmmaker who is perhaps best known for his work with Leeds-based anarcho-pop band Chumbawamba, of which he was a founding member.
Bruce left Chumbawamba at the end of 2004, and the band eventually split up in 2012. After he left, Bruce took up a career in filmmaking, producing a soundtrack for Channel 4’s Whatever: A Teenage Musical and several documentary films, including one about his experience in Chumbawamba called Well Done, Now Sod Off, Bruce directed a movie about the punk group Sham 69’s tour of China called This Band Is So Gorgeous. In 2014 he directed the music documentary A Curious Life. about the folk-punk band Levellers.
He formed Interrobang?! an agit-prop post-punk band with Harry Hamer, formerly of Chumbawamba and ex-Regular Fries guitarist Stephen Griffin. They are currently recording their debut album.

Headsticks – Where folk and punk collide to provide a passion infused commentary that is as raw and honest as it comes…… Headsticks’ distinct brand of punked up roots rock and roll blends barbed lyrics, anthemic choruses, and addictive melodies to create passion infused performances oozing honesty, integrity and raw energy, all delivered with a wry humour! Live performances, as well as their debut album ‘Muster’ and follow up album ‘Feather and Flame’ continue to receive rave reviews from pillars of both the world of folk and world of punk and it is little wonder that their unique style is attracting attention from near and far as the band continue their epic crusade to say it like it is!

Verbal Warning – “Originally formed back in the early 80’s and rising from the ashes with a new line up in 2005, these punk veterans unleash their first their first new album in 4 years in the form of the John Peel saluting Red Star Radio.
Mixing humour with politics into their melodic old school punk sound, fans of the Ramones and Dead Kennedy’s are sure to enjoy this. Still sounding fresh and invigorated with “Is It Too Soon”, “A Ploy Named Sue” (on the covermount CD)and the ripping “Z List Celebrity”, you’ll be having as much fun as the band clearly are. ” from Big Cheese magazine

Phil Cudworth – is a Singer-songwriter from Lancashire. Writing and performing original songs about life, love, passion, politics, fear, joy and anything else that finds it’s way into his cluttered worn out brain. Trying to make sense of the short time we each have on this planet. Sung with humour and a positive outlook and the idea that none of this stuff matters that much at all really. Playing all over the country at festivals and bars. Winner of Southwell Roots and Acoustic Music Festival 2017 open mic.