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Garageland 83 with Lucy and the Rats, Roten Foxes & Skinny Milk on Friday 9th February 2018
GARAGELAND 83~ 70's PUNK ROCK + GARAGEPUNK + ROCK'N'ROLL CLUB ~ FREE ENTRY but DONATIONS REQUESTED!!
FRIDAY the 9th of FEBRUARY 2018
The Lock Tavern
35 Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AJ London, United Kingdom
Lucy and the Rats + Rotten Foxes + Hygiene
DJs Las Titis & NixBeat!!
Please come early - the first band starts at 8:30pm sharp and live music finishes at 10:45pm!! Then DJs spinning '77+ punk rock, snarling '60s garage and raw rock 'n' roll til 1:00!!
(donations will be greatly appreciated & are needed - we'll pass a donation box!!)
Lucy and the Rats
The Rats are Aussie punk rock legend Lucy Spazzy's new London backing outfit. According to a (sadly now deceased) witness, their sound comes across like a lab experiment gone wrong, the most delicate of hamsters being ravaged by the filthiest sewer rat whilst humming the sweetest of sweet melodies... Science gone, indeed, too far!! With Manu (Thee Tumbitas) on the drums, Joe (Johnny Throttle) and Mike (Animal Cannibal) on the twin guitar assault, you know these rodents are here to bite you. Here come the Rats!
Brighton's Denim-clad HC sex objects.
Hot shorts containing hot guys.
Arrive, raise hell, leave.
London punx you know how they like to party!
SKiNNY MiLK are a Psyche infused, garage punk duo based in Brighton, formed by Johnny Hart (Bass and Vocals) and Tim (Drums)
SKiNNY MiLK have been relentlessly touring the UK the last couple of years, blowing minds with their electric performances and play anywhere ethos.
Music Genres: Hardcore/Hardstyle, Punk
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