ChrisCooperBand have a brand new album out for pre-release and a new EP on sale at gigs.
Wheatus played Scunthorpe back in 2003 at The Baths Hall and will be returning this Sunday for the first time in years! But this time they will be playing at the legendary live music venue “The Lincoln Imp”.
It’s hard to believe Wheatus’ debut album is 17 years old this year.
Like so many worldwide hits before and since, “Teenage Dirtbag”, the band’s ode-to-adolescence and inescapable breakthrough, seems timeless. Dateless. As if it’s always existed. It’s certainly reached subsequent generations to the one that moshed to it first time around.
“That’s probably the most astonished I’ve ever been on-stage, when those kids sang back to us every night,” says the band’s Brendan B Brown.
He’s referring to his experience on tour with Busted last year, when those old enough to remember the early Noughties sang away with much newer fans. Regardless of age, they all knew “Teenage Dirtbag.” “I thought it would be good, but I wasn’t prepared for the crazy reception we got. It was extraordinary for a support act to get that kind of love.”
Brendan, always singular in his vision, is now also the only member of the line-up remaining. It’s nothing new, he says, but also couldn’t be happier with the current situation – “I spent quite a few years writing & demoing the first album by myself. When I consider the line-up changes over the years it’s 98% positive memories. There was only ever one true falling out. Currently, from a musical point of view, we’re greasier with Leo Freire and Matthew T Milligan as the rhythm section than we’ve ever been. It’s really starting to grow me in good funk mould. Plus we’re all adults, so that helps.”
“Album seven is halfway recorded, so we’ll try to finish that in time for Christmas. Then, in 2018, we’ve got some re-organising to do. I have a plan for a retrospective box-set style re-release of everything we’ve ever done and then some… Finally we’re gonna get the album one vinyl package together along with everything else re-released on vinyl – in some cases, remixed and remastered too. Lots of work to do in 2018. And then, after that, we’ll be gearing up for the 20th anniversary tour.”
Brendan B Brown / Guitar & Vocal.
Matthew Milligan / Bass.
Brandon Ticer / Keyboards.
Leo Freire / Drums.
Joey Slater / Backing Vocal.
Gabrielle Sterbenz / Backing Vocal.
Karlie Bruce / Backing Vocal.
Venue: The Lincoln Imp
Advanced tickets £15 available online and behind the bar.
Bringing together residents from all ages and backgrounds to break down barriers and have fun as one North Lincolnshire community.
SCUNTHORPE: The Lincoln Imp
SAT 15TH SEP, 2018 8:00pm
The Lincoln Imp in association with Crown promotions and Management present another night of entertainment with two local bands Johnny and the Rocket and WeirdWolf with headliners the tribute band Nirvana UK. Continue reading Gig Review // Nirvana UK, Johnny & The Rocket, Weird Wolf
Interrobang!? Are a post-punk 3 piece based in Leeds & Brighton.
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Wet Records who you can regularly find at Cafe Indie with their pop up stall are pleased to announce they shall be working with Musicians Against Homelessness in 2018, and their chosen venue of course for all their MAH gigs will be Café INDIEpendent !!
MAH aims to raise funds for the homeless Charities Crisis, and to provide gig opportunities for up and coming bands, with the backing of Alan McGee and some of the biggest names in the music industry, 2018 looks set to continue raising awareness for the homeless and much needed funds.
Their first fundraising gig is a big one called ‘THE ROYAL BEDDING DAY, on the same day as the Royal Wedding, this is in response to the recent news that the streets of Windsor will be cleared of homeless people.
The aim is to put on as many music events as possible across England, Scotland and Wales, to support homeless people and make a lot of noise’. – Musicians Against Homelessness.
19th May at Café INDIEpendent
For the first time we went to FRUIT in Hull. Fruit is a unique ex-warehouse cultural space on Humber Street in Hull.