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Friday 16th February

New Town Kings / The Pisdicables /Lead Shot Hazard /Dub Righters

New Cross Inn | 323 New Cross Road | SE14 6AS | London
Doors open: 19:00
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About the gig-


Friday night Ska in assocciation with Be Sharp Promotions
£5 Adv
7pm start
Bands finish by 11-ish
Ska/Punk/Reggae bangers until 2am

New Town Kings
https://thenewtownkings.bandcamp.com/
Ska-reggae collective New Town Kings are an Essex-based band of upstarts who emphatically blend old-school Jamaican rhythms with a fresh dose of UK- inspired ska
"Nice work from the New Town Kings...the best of Brit reggae” - David Rodigan MBE, BBC Radio 1Xtra

The Pisdicables
https://besharp.bandcamp.com/album/will-we-never-learn
Ska Punk from the South East

Lead Shot Hazard
http://www.leadshothazard.co.uk
Ska Punk from West London

The Dub Righters
https://dubrighters.bandcamp.com/
Punx playing Reggae & Ska

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BANDS

The Dub Righters

Punks playing Reggae/Ska influenced by hip hop/soul/whatever else

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Lead Shot Hazard punk

Based in London, Lead Shot Hazard is a coming together of third wave kids – fast-paced, horn-driven ska/punk whose aim in life to make audiences bounce, and then hum our songs on the way home.
Imagine if Capdown had a baby with Streetlight Manifesto – Lead Shot Hazard makes that a reality.

Lead Shot Hazard are:

Tom Crabb – Guitar, Vocals
Dave Collis – Bass, Vocals
Zandro Morreale – Drums, Vocals
Eve Crabb – Tenor/Alto Sax
Henry Rich – Trumpet
Abi Harrison – Trombone, Trumpet

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The Pisdicables punk

Six-piece ska punk screw ups from South East London.
Formed in a garage in 2012, The Pisdicables have taken their scrappy vibes & torn up stages all across the UK & Europe with the likes of The Toasters, Inner Terrestrials, King Hammond, Dirty Revolution, Anti Vigilante and Chewing On Tinfoil. Originally a hardcore punk band but over time they have found their own skanking sound.

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Be Sharp Promotions rock // reggae // punk

Bands we work with:

Management and Bookings:

CALL ME MALCOLM
Ska/Punk/Reggae
London/Kent
FFO Goldfinger, Random Hand, Less Than Jake
'We Did This To Ourselves' - Album out now
http://www.Facebook.com/CallMeMalcolmBand
http://CallMeMalcolm.bandcamp.com
http://www.YouTube.com/CallMeMalcolm
http://www.twitter.com/Call_Me_Malcolm

THE PISDICABLES
Ska-Punk/Punk-Rock
Dartford
FFO Rancid, Madness, Reel Big Fish
Debut album out soon
http://www.Facebook.com/ThePisdicables
http://soundcloud.com/The-Pisdicables
http://www.YouTube.com/ThePisdicablesUK
http://www.twitter.com/ThePisdicables

KING PUNCH
Ska/Swing/Punk
London
FFO Mad Caddies, Reel Big Fish
Royal Flush EP out now!
http://kingpunchuk.bandcamp.com/album/royal-flush
www.facebook.com/KingPunchUK

Bands we've Booked:
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Authority Zero (US)
The Bar Stool Preachers
Bolshy
Cabstars
Call Me Malcolm
Captain Accident and the Disasters
Cereal Box Heroes
Chewing On Tinfoil (IRL)
Codename Colin
Counterpunch (US)
Crazy Arm
The Dancing Morons (BE)
Darko
Demon Smiles
The Dirty Stop Outs
DropThis
Eat Defeat
Eat The Evidence
Easydread
Echo And The Beats
Fat Randall (Dubai)
Faintest Idea
The Hostiles
The Human Project
Inner Terrestials
Jakal
Jaya the Cat (NL)
Just Say Nay
Karl Phillips & The NFG Rejects
King Punch
Lead Shot Hazard
Less Than A Reel Big Gold Fish Finger
Local Mad Man
Matilda's Scoundrels
Millie Manders
Mug
My Third Leg
Operation Offbeat
The Petty Thieves
The Pisdicables
Pokemon Liberation Army
Popes Of Chillitown
Random Hand
RxR
Skaciety
Survay Says (US)
The Talks
Talco(IT)
Ted Dibiase And The Million Dollar Punk Band
The Toasters (US)
Tree House Fire
Triple Sundae
Xup Sup
Zero Talent (FR)
& about a million more

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New Town Kings reggae

"Nice work from the New Town Kings...the best of Brit reggae” - David Rodigan MBE, BBC Radio 1Xtra Ska-reggae collective New Town Kings are an Essex-based band of upstarts who emphatically blend old-school Jamaican rhythms with a fresh dose of UK- inspired ska. The nine-piece’s first musical offering, 2007’s ‘Sound of the New Town’, demonstrates their expert ability to create party-fuelled ska anthems – with offbeat guitars and swirling horns aplenty.
Following on from their debut, the Kings proceeded with sophomore release ‘M.O.J.O’ in 2011 – a carefully crafted war chest of fast-paced ska and thumping dub. Lead track ‘News Stand’ warmed the hearts of fans with its throwback to vintage Jamaican ska, whilst ‘Dynamite’ proved to be a real favourite in the live arena. 2014 saw personnel changes and the release of ‘Pull Up & Rewind’ – a four-track EP packed to the brim with energy and class. New frontman Dabs Bonner took little time in introducing himself to the New Town Kings faithful by putting his own unique stamp on their signature sound. This EP demonstrates just a small selection of their attacking arsenal, with tracks ranging from mellow, chilled-out reggae reminiscent of Gregory Isaacs, to upbeat Summer-fuelled ska of a similar vein to The Specials. Hailing from New Town, Colchester – the New Town Kings’ modern twist on classic Jamaican music has seen them tour the country and play with the likes of The Skints, Gentlemen’s Dub Club and US reggae legends The Aggrolites to name a few. The nine-piece have rarely taken it easy it when it comes to travelling the world with their own brand of ska, having clocked up over 500 shows across 10 different countries since their formation. Their punk-rock ethic and extensive touring schedule has seen them perform at the likes of Boomtown Fair, Secret Garden Party, The HMV Forum and a whole host more – and the New Town Kings tour bus shows no sign of slowing down with further plans in progress for 2015. Having received widespread acclaim from the likes of Punktastic, the bands latest material has gained the attention and approval of BBC 1Xtra’s reggae- hotshot David Rodigan MBE – an influential figure in the world of reggae. 2015 looks set to be another storming year for the Essex-based crew, with another heavy tour schedule and album number three on the horizon. With slots at the likes of Rebellion Punk Music Festival and Boomtown Fair already secured for the summer, the Kings show no sign of hanging up their horns just yet.

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