I pretty much missed King Prawn, first time around. I reckon I saw the tail end of their sets a few times in London. I remember thinking “woah, they are a bit too heavy for my tastes”. Looking back, that was blatantly dodgy venue levels, cos I’ve listened to their back catalogue a fair amount recently, […]
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The Fabulous New Sounds Of King Prawn
“You Know What Mate? This Actually Ain’t Half Bad!”
We got our mate to review our compilation album. He liked it, apparently...
When I heard about the recent Warrington Ska Punk Show, and listened to a few of the acts that had been announced, I was genuinely gutted that I couldn’t attend. Having lost touch with the ‘local music scene’ somewhat over the years, I have to admit that I had never heard of any of the […]
I Was Broken When You Got Here
The mental health of Call Me Malcolm inspired an absolute stonker of an album!
I first saw Call Me Malcolm play last year at the Old Town House. I was immediately impressed by their dedication to spreading awareness of mental health issues, and of course, their rather tight sax heavy ska epicness. I strolled over the merch table to chat to them, and apologised that I didn’t have enough […]