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From Tuesday 29 April 2003

A prawn cracker!

King Prawn and Appease will support Strung Out on their UK jaunt. The KP boys also hit the following dates (cheers to Jym): 29.04.03 City Hall, Salisbury. +Buzzcocks 30.04.03 Chinnerys, Southend 01.05.03 The Park, Peterborough 02.05.03 Woughton Centre, Milton


Thanks to everyone who has purchased a t-shirt, I think we have about 15 left now, so if you would like one, get your order in. However, please remember to sign your cheque, include your address and which shirt you would like. Some people haven’t done this!

Friends and Rejects

Funeral For A Friend and The All American Rejects have been aded to the T In The Park music festival, which is mainly dominated by indie and dance acts. It takes place north of the border at Kinross on July 12 and

Monday 28 April 2003

Rufio over in September

The news many of you have been waiting for…Rufio will be over here in September. Their new record, ‘1985’, is now finished and will be out in June, with the tour following later in the year. And before anyone says anything – it’s

Hit the road

Punktastic faves and perennial ska-punk heroes Four Dumb Kids entertain the likes of you, and you, at the following eateries and drinkeries: Wed 30/4/03 – Junktion 7, Nottingham… Vanity Rock night, with The Penitraitors and Bazooka Joe Sun 4/5/03 – Star & Garter, Manchester… All-day benefit

Just to tease

An announcement regarding The Ataris is to be made on Monday…

Capdown on that thing

Cheers to Rach: At last night’s Capdown gig in Brighton the band used the set to film for a DVD…which is obviously nice. Apparently the ‘tour emergency’ which forced them to cancel almost their whole UK tour was down to singer Jake’s child being seriously ill,

Mad Interview

If I may be so bold as to direct you towards the interview…

PB3 is go!

Everything is set for Punktastic Bash 3, we’re locked, loaded and ready for punk rock! The bill is as follows (in rough stage order): Howards Alias, Route 215, Jerry-Built, The Killerest Expression, Special Guests, My Favourite Co-Pilot, OCP

Take a gob-full of this

And the Sugarcult support on their UK jaunt is….Gob!