• Karl Phillips and The Rejects, Riskee and the Ridicule & more

  • Sun, 02-06-2019 at 19:00
  • The Maze
    257 Mansfield Road
    NG1 3FT Nottingham
Karl Phillips and The Rejects, Riskee and the Ridicule & more - The Maze - Nottingham

Karl Phillips and The RejectsA completely original mashup of ska, punk & grime with a hip-hop nod at luminaries like The Clash, The Specials & Mike Skinner. Karl's refreshingly honest lyrics come from a place most people can relate to but never dare to mention!The last few years has seen Karl support chart topping legends such as Chase & Status, Example and Ella Eyre! To underground hero's like The King Blues, Gentleman's Dub Club, The Skints, Dub Pistols, Imperial Leisure, The Neville Staple Band, Dreadzone & Alabama 3!Karl and the band had their single 'Plastic Gangsta' premiered on BBC Radio 1 by Huw Stephens as well as gaining radio play on numerous other BBC Introducing shows, including BBC 6 Music, with music video's airing on various television channels. Riskee and the Ridicule“All of the time that you're wanting more and more - whether it’s money, recognition or fame - you're never really truly enjoying the moment that you're in. Right now, we don't have anyone telling us what to do and that's priceless. The moment is ours.”Riskee and The Ridicule offer a tour-de-force of politics, protest and punk that rests amongst motives of The Clash and Minor Threat. Relentless streams of wit, literacy and observational accuracy in the lyricism to parallel The Smiths and the Grime scene, and a barrage of hooks seeped in a heavy cloak that evoke the likes of Gallows and Refused; every member's influence is allowed to coexist on record and on stage amidst the genuine and raw energy.Luddite BastardDerby's finest hardcore/skacore/thrash/punk band. We make noises designed to get you skanking violently while your beer gets spilt.Mr WolfMr. Wolf gained some notoriety in the late nineties where they accumulated a fan base comprising of nearly 6 people. 10 years hence and they are still no further forward, mostly on account of their lack of talent, intelligence or ability to play music.Paul still whines incessantly on about his ex-girlfriends, Adum still can't play the bass, Bart is still terribly good looking and they have recently acquired a second guitarist in Tim Durand, originally of Hoofbite fame.Blank HeadspaceEast Midlands based Ska influenced Punk rock band!£6 advance tickets / £8 OTD