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Filthy Militia

Filthy Militia

Apr 6th 2018 @ New Cross Inn

London, United Kingdom
I Was There
Call Me Malcolm Album Launch
Friday, April 6th, 2018
7:00 PM
New Cross Inn
London, United Kingdom
April 6th sees the release of Call Me Malcolm's new album!

Call Me Malcolm
Call Me Malcolm are a five piece ska/punk band from London, blending hard punk, a crunchy ska sound and three part harmonies. Originally inspired by the halcyon days of Goldfinger circa late 1900s, the band quickly evolved a harder, more sardonic, Random Hand style edge.

Since Malcolm’s debut album We Did This To Ourselves reached No. 1 in the Bandcamp Ska-Punk chart in 2014, they’ve supported The Interrupters, Big D & The Kids’ Table and Sonic Boom Six.

"I Was Broken When You Got Here" was recorded by Oz Craggs at Hidden Track Studios (Riskee and the Ridicule, Gallows, 24 Hour Punks), and reflects the darker, layered songwriting Malcolm have developed.

“Energetic and tight” - Punktastic
“Absolutely first class harmonies that were just a sonic treat to the ears” - Colin's Punk Rock World
“Infectious brass melodies and an impressive arrangement” - Broken Arrow Magazine

The Pisdicables
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.

Filthy Militia
5 piece ska punk from North London.
"The ska scene in the UK is undergoing a bit of a resurgence again at the moment and I think that Filthy Militia are among the best that I've heard."
- Colin's Punk Rock World

King Punch
King Punch are a lively 7-piece ska-punk band hailing from London, England. Known for their energetic live shows, they are equally at home smashing together a blend of ska, punk, hard rock and swing in crushed London clubs or up on big festival stages - either way, everyone's going to be going home sweaty and happy.