Garageland Anniversary – The Ricky C Quartet, The Cavemen, MesS!

Fri 10th May 2019
@ Garageland - London

GARAGELAND 96 ~ 70’s PUNK ROCK + GARAGEPUNK + ROCK’N’ROLL CLUB ~ FREE ENTRY !!

FRIDAY the 10th of MAY – 8th ANNIVERSARY PARTY!!

The Ricky C Quartet
The Cavemen
MesS

DJs TBC

The Shacklewell Arms
71 Shacklewell Ln,
London E8 2EB

Please come early. Bands from 8:30pm then DJs spin ’77+ punk rock, snarling ’60s garage and raw rock ‘n’ roll!!

The Ricky C Quartet
https://www.facebook.com/therickycquartet/

They’re loud, they’re fast and they’re dangerous! Its The Ricky C Quartet, bringing a style of classic punk rock n’ roll infused with a heaping dose of antipodean influenced adrenaline! Delivering a snarling energy with pissed-off lyrics and red-hot guitar leads, backed by walking bass lines that’ll get those feet moving.

This is riotous transcontinental garage rock n’ roll played furiously and brilliantly by Joe The Dog, Sam Hall, Jimmy Jones and fronted by the infamous Mr Ricky C. With ex members of Johnny Throttle, The Ten O Sevens and The Blowouts.
Check them out live cause this is a real live show that you won’t wanna miss.

The Cavemen
https://www.facebook.com/thecavemennz/

London’s (via NZ) brilliant gutter punk reprobates, purveyors of sex, drugs and rock’n’roll via psychotic lo-fi garage-rock’n’roll noise.
Tired of waiting around for the world to end, or to be abducted by aliens, four delinquent cretins were brought together by dumb luck and a shared love of Rock’n’Roll. They learnt three chords and started busting out face melting music. Soon they will be playing at your wedding, Pak’n’Save opening, local chicken shop or naked pot party. Do the maggot.

Bloody hell, these Auckland kids come with a bang! Listening to their debut self-titled album is like being in my own pit, surrounded by savage ghosts from former gigs. I can almost smell the sex, drugs and rock n roll infused sweat and the rotten beer on the floor. […]While their sound has many great influences – the Gun Club, the Sonics, the Cramps, the Stooges, the Gories, Flat Duo Jets, and even Dead Moon, it is their own sound. Their sound is brought mainly through their raving attitude. […]The Cavemen are definitely a live band, so make sure you see them next time they’re around. – Penelope York, Heatwave Magazine

MesS
https://www.facebook.com/pg/punkrockmess/

Snotty Streetpunk since 2016!
Tales straight from the heart!