STAYING SOUTH IS BACK - THE CUT UPS & CHIEF SHOWS
Wednesday, 01 September 2010
STAYING SOUTH is back this Septemberwith 2 very special shows!
Scouse hardcore punks CHIEF are back in London for the first in 12 months with BYO Records' NOTHINGTON
Exeter punks THE CUT UPS play their 1st London show in 18 months!
WEDNESDAY 8th SEPTEMBER - Brixton Windmill (18+ Show)
NOTHINGTON (BYO Records / Left of the Dial Records)
Hailing from San Francisco - tough gritty melodic punk rock for fans of Avail, Hot Water Music and The Lawrence Arms
Back on the road after 12 months writing the follow up to "Provocation of the Nation", rousing positive hardcore punk from Liverpool. New album "Exposures" is done and slated to mastering at The Blasting Room with Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore ready for release late in 2010
From Southampton.Acousticy folk punk band with drums, bass and melodica.
Fast melodic/metallic punk hardcode from the North West for fans of Belvedere, Strung Out, and This a Standoff
£5 in - Doors at 8pm
TUESDAY 14th SEPTEMBER - Brixton Windmill - (18+ show)
THE CUT UPS
First London gig in 18 months!!!
Anthemic and inspiring punk rock from Exeter. Touring 2009's fantastic 2nd album "The High and Mighty released on Household Name Records.
Brilliant indie pop punk from the Norf. Superb late 90s post hardcore/catchy pop hooks with the flair of Archers of Loaf, Piebald, Ted Leo, and Weakerthans. Enjoy!
First time at Staying South for these Exeter guys and gal - their myspace says "1 pretty girl, 1 lovely man and 1 complete bastard influenced by love, life and self loathing." and that's fine by us.
Ex Dead City Stereo
Debut Windmill show for this highly touted new Devon power trio. Fugazi meets Mudhoney rasping sweating punkrock and roll!
£4 in - 8pm doors.
Hope to see you all again at these shows.