FFR UK Reggae Punk Mondays 21st April 2014

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The renowned FFR UK REGGAE PUNK MONDAYS continue their potent incitement of the London entertainment scene with another unmissable night of rich and broad sounds on April 21st at the 12 Bar Club; mischievous adventure and essential music sure to fuel a night to remember and leave a lingering imprint on the musical heart of the city.

As ever the event’s special guests are as eclectic as they are irresistibly provocative, all rousing challengers to creative apathy and bland conformity. We have the inimitable DARRELL BATH TRIO, the thrilling band of ex- Dogs D’Amour and UK Subs guitarist Darrell Bath.

darrell bath

They are already primed to spark passions just as one of the UK’s most exciting emerging bands, THE COTTONETTES. Hailing from the Aldershot, the trio has been brewing up hunger for their original Oi! pop sound which they will share with relish and devilry on Monday night.

the cottonettes

Adding to the fun, FFR UK also presents the compelling rock ‘n’ roll of The eLeCtRiC eYeS, a London band merging a raw blues incitement to their imagination nagging sound,

the electric eyes

alongside South Wales’ very own LITTLE ERIS. One of most inventive artists in the DIY underground the lady is the creator of what is destined to be one of the year’s acclaimed singles and sure to light up the night, ‘Wreck ‘n’ Rollin’.

little eris

The night’s resident hosts complete the breath-taking line-up. Segs Jennings the original bass player and co-writer of the legendary Ruts and Ruts DC, will once again inspire and thrill with his imaginative DJ SEGS set throughout the night

segs ruts dc

whilst Now Wave Punks THE DUEL can be guaranteed to provoke and fire up thoughts and passions with their free thinking invigorating sound.

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With BART BARTON AS THE SPIRIT OF ANDY WARHOL comparing the event, FFR UK’s Reggae Punk Mondays once more unveils revelry no one dares miss, whether live at the show or through the live stream @ http://ffruk.com/ffrukmonday.

By Pete RingMaster