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From Tuesday 18 October 2016

Punktastic Presents: Scholars, Nervus, and Atiptoe live in London

Next month we are bringing you another excellent Punktastic Presents show in London. The line up will feature the excellent Scholars, Venn Records latest signings, Nervus, and math-pop band, Atiptoe. It will take place on November 1st at the New River Studios in North London. Details are available over at the

Thursday 26 May 2016

8 acts to check out at Camden Rocks that you might not have considered

Camden Rocks celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, having grown from a four venue celebration of the alternative to an all-encompassing metropolitan extravaganza, dotted across twenty plus bars, cafes and clubs in London’s borough of Camden. Already vibrant, Camden Rocks adds an extra layer of activity to the buzzing

Wednesday 18 September 2013

Scholars release ‘Rage Concern’ music video

Scholars have released a music video for their song ‘Rage Concern’. It’s taken from their album ‘Always Lead, Never Follow’, and will be released as a double A Side with ‘Damage’ in the very future. Check out the music video using the player in this article.

Friday 28 September 2012

EXCLUSIVE: New Scholars video!

It’s Friday and we’re getting ready to party at Punktastic HQ. In hopes of getting you in the mood too we have an exclusive video of the new Scholars single. This is ‘Blinda Dada’ the ‘Super Ukelele Edition’ for your viewing pleasure. You can purchase the single here:

Tuesday 13 September 2011

Scholars @ The Fighting Cocks

Scholars supported Letlive on the first of their weekend of shows in Kingston on 10/09/11.

Friday 03 June 2011


Scholars performing at the Barfly, Camden on 02th June 2011

Tuesday 15 February 2011

Scholars – The Peel, Kingston

Scholars supporting Twin Atlantic at The Kingston Peel.

Sunday 02 August 2009


Paul: Hello! Who am I speaking to and what do you do in Scholars? Sam: Hello, I’m Sam, I sing and play keys. Chris: I’m Chris and I play the bass guitar. Paul: How would you describe the Scholars sound?  Which bands did you grow up listening to?