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Review // The Tripdown Project @ Penny Bank

This Bank Holiday Sunday there was a lot of live music going on across Scunthorpe. If you attended a gig and fancy writing a review then email it to scunnynights@gmail.com

The Penny Bank has been rocking it’s foundations a fair few times in the recent months but if you are a fan of classic tunes from that genre then last Bank Holiday Sunday it was the place to be.

The popular venue played host to a truly astounding 60s / 70s rock anthems set from The Tripdown Project. Far above your usual pub band, these guys play at a very professional level and had toes tapping and heads bopping from their first track onwards.

Their rousing set included tracks from such giants as Creme, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Bowie and even The Beatles and Elton John among many others. Real crowd pleasers which was easily reflected by the patrons getting to their feet – especially during their well loved rendition of “Twist and shout” and there was a bit of a hair storm to rival the 70s during their powerhouse finale with Black Sabbath’s “War pigs”.

These lads did their heroes proud, you only had to close your eyes to their riffs and you felt like you were in presence of the Clapton, Ronson, Townsend et all.

I very much hope they make a return visit – if they do, go see them – you will not be disappointed.

The Audience was filling up nicely
The TripDown Project
The TripDown Project

Guest Reviewer Kay

More Upcoming Live Music Sundays at The Penny Bank Scunthorpe below:

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Eva Plays Dead + Support // Lincoln Imp

This Saturday 21st November you can catch rock band Eva Plays Dead for £5 on the Lincoln Imp stage. Their newest video release has just featured on http://www.kerrang.com.

No-nonsense hard hitters Eva Plays Dead are a British rock band from Nottingham/Derby, UK. Fronted by boss-lady Tiggy Dockerty and her punk tinged vocals. ‘Eva Plays Dead’ blend big riffs, infectious melodies and raucous energy. They have been referred to as the Midland’s Joan Jett and The Black Hearts but EPD take influence from a vast range including Halestorm, Marmozets, Black Flag, Aerosmith, Queens of the Stoneage, LostAlone and Heaven’s Basement to name a few.

KERRANG! – “Monster riffs & powerful vocals.”

ROCKSOUND – “A hard edged rock ‘n’ roll effort. Returning with a greater focus on whopping riffs and melodies.”

METAL HAMMER: “Putting the backbone in blues, this feisty slab of rock’n’roll does a good Halestorm impression while ramping up the tempo with Tiggy Dee’s smash ‘n’ grab act.”

POWERPLAY MAGAZINE: “There are some ferocious riffs to be had here, served up with a hefty dose of snarling attitude from take no prisoners front woman Tiggy Dee. A punchy and gritty slice of modern rock and roll that’s well worth the time of any discerning lover of rock music.”

PUNKTASTIC: “Huge and packed with dark and venomous riffs. Frontwoman Tiggy Dockerty displays her swaggering vocals, laced with plenty of confidence and gusto.”

PLANETMOSH – “4/5. One of the hottest, hard biting rock quartets.”

THE MUSICAL OUTCAST: – “Blasted out at breakneck speed from start to finish this is another slab of hard rock which is impossible to ignore.”

Eva Plays Dead
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With Support from:

The TripDown Project- Read our review on Band’s album
https://www.facebook.com/tripdown/timeline

Sordid Lies
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Modern Day Dukes
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£5 OTD

Doors 7.00pm

16+

Album Review // The TripDown Project ‘Post Modern Delay’

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The TripDown Project are an Alternative Rock Band from the North of England who carry some Epic melodies , loud Guitars, thundering drums and intense bass lines. They add a modern twist to the classic rock.

Their main influences are Biffy Clyro, Muse, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, The Beatles, Supergrass, Incubus and 70’s rock. Their music actually takes me back more to the early 2000’s of the bands you would find on a Kerrang best of album. Continue reading Album Review // The TripDown Project ‘Post Modern Delay’