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From Tuesday 31 December 2003

Today’s final thought

It’s been a good year for Brighton skate punks Phinius Gage. Signed to Deck Cheese, a new album in the can and a spot of publicity too, things are definitely on the up. And with it being the season of goodwill and all, vocalist Ade

Monday 30 December 2003

Another reminder

Make a mental note, the Punktastic sponsored tour – The New Years Resolution Tour, featuring Lucky 7, Appease and Cars As Weapons. Jan 19 – Manchester Star and Garter Jan 20 – Leeds Josephs Well Jan 21 – Derby

I have an eyesore

UK label Eyesore Records is set to release a new compilation featuring US bands for the UK market. The label is putting out a compilation called ‘What’s Across The Pond?’ early next year, and is hoping to include tracks from The Starting Line and

Saturday 28 December 2002

Win, win, win!

It would seem some of you just don’t want to win our competitions… we are giving away a whole host of Fletcher goodies, including VIP tickets to their Beatsteaks gigs in January. But nobody from the Brighton area has entered, so YOU could win!

Not Katies say bo selecta!

It’s been quite a good year for the guys in Not Katies, releasing an album to critical acclaim and grabbing numerous high profile support slots. But if you thought this year was a good ‘un, just wait until next year… “It’s been a great

No Big Deal line up three more dates

Leeds punks No Big Deal have three gigs lined up in the next couple of weeks, so check them out at the following venues: 4th Jan – Snooty Fox, Wakefield 6th Jan – Joseph’s Well, Leeds 17th Jan – Royal Park Cellars, Leeds

Friday 27 December 2002

Dave leaves Allister

Pop-punkers Allister have lost their drummer Dave, who has quit the band for ‘personal reasons’. However, the band have issued a statement saying they will not split and are looking for a replacement. Dave himself wrote on the Allister website: “So,

Just because I’m a sucker for this band

A Christmas message from Jesse Lacey of the awesome Brand New: “We wanted to take a second and sincerely thank all of you guys who have made this year so wonderful for us. The amount of love we’ve received since we started this band is almost unbearable.

NoComply go back to the future

NoComply are to release their first full length record in September, as well as take part in some ‘interesting’ tours, according to frontgal Kelly Kemp. Speaking to Punktastic, Kelly described 2002 as ‘amazing’ and hoped that 2003 would be even better. She said: “2002 was

A robotic tour

And No One Knew They Were Robots are set to release a new EP and tour on the back of it in February. Dates confirmed so far are: 13th Sunderland – Ashbrooke Cricket Club 14th Leeds – Josephs Well 15th Kingston – The Peel 16th Southampton – King Alfreds 17th