Call Me Malcolm


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Saturday 27th July

Call Me Malcolm

Call Me Malcolm

Razor-toothed, harmony infused, delicately ferocious ska. British 5-piece Call Me Malcolm exploded onto the Ska Punk scene in 2018 with a record described by ska legends Less Than Jake as "a saving grace of the genre." Malcolm's genre blending mastery and intricate songwriting has since crafted "some of the most special, unique, ambitious music in the punk underground." (BrooklynVegan)

FFO: Goldfinger, The Roughneck Riot, Primetime Failure

OMNIGONE

Omnigone are everything you want from a ska punk band; they're fast, aggressive, catchy,

and just flat out fun. The songs are quick, and Adam's intense vocal stylings and catchy riffs hit you right in the gut and beg you for repeat listens. Barry's bass additions prove that he's a master of the genre, seamlessly mixing dub and hardcore with lines that walk right out the door (but also stay stuck in your head). The band also features a veritable "who's who" of ska and punk all stars that make up the rest of the rhythm and horn section, including Steve Borth (ex-Rx Bandits / Link 80), Brent Friedman (We Are The Union), Justin Amans (Kitty Kat Fan Club/Obikubo Station), Jeremy Hunter (Skatune Network/We Are The Union), Bootie Pook (Beat the Red Light), Aaron Carnes (Flat Planet) and Reece Noble.

FFO: Faintest Idea, Joystick!, Catbite

Our Lives In Cinema

London pop-punk quintet taking our cues from Iron Chic, Coheed and Cambria, Jeff Rosenstock and The Wonder Years. Currently recording a new EP. Album out in late 2024.

FFO: Alkaline Trio, Iron Chic, Rise Against

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