December 8, 2017 – December 9, 2017
Fighting Cocks and Bangers Embrace Present:
- THE KADT – PINTS – SHIPS DOWN – EBOLA-LAS
FREE ENTRY! Late bar till 1am!
The KADT –
The Killer Airborne Disease Transmitters, or The K.A.D.T. as they are more widely known are a 4 piece Hardcore Punk band from South London, UK.
“They take influence from old school US hardcore, boozed up punk rock and balls to the wall crossover thrash…” (such as Sick Of It All, Leftover Crack, Madball, Poison Idea, D.R.I., Toxic Narcotic, Municipal Waste, Propagandhi, Mouth Sewn Shut, and Warbringer).
Some nice things people have said about PINTS -
“Worst band in UKHC” – Some tosser
“Pints are ridiculous” – Punktastic
“London punk doesn’t get much more drunk than this” – The Cowley Club
It’s Friday, let’s all smoke some beers.” – bankholidaycomes.com
“I really want Pints for Ninja Fest but its just too much of a liability having those boys around free beer. Its gunna end up with somebody’s hand bag getting pissed in” – UKHC II Podcast
Ships Down –
Fast, melodic, techy punk. Think Pennywise, Wilhelm Scream and Propagandhi in a high speed blender and crank up to 88mph and youre about half way there.
We’ve added Brightons punk rock, country oi, hc duo to spice it up a bit… as if it wasn’t a ring stinger enough!
December 2, 2017 – December 3, 2017
SCUM SYSTEM KILL
PUNK ROCK GIG
CALL FOR ADDRESS 07729208150
November 25, 2017 – November 26, 2017
The Fighting Cocks & Bangers Embrace Presents:
A KICKASS line up of DIRTY A.F Garage infused Punk Rock N Roll. FREE ENTRY!
Tearing their way down the country from Leeds we’re pleased as punch to finally have Nosebleed with us.
Los Pepes are bringing their powerpop to the Cocks and theyre bringing loud and catchy, youll be begging for more before their time is out.
Born in Las Vegas and brought back to Birmigham, The Violent Hearts play their cool as fuck rock n roll sprinkled with 80s goth and indie pop.
Opening the evening are power duo The Love Me Tenders. Smashing your lugs with 60′s Punk, Detroit Swamp Rock, Memphis Blues and Goddamn RocknRoll. Fuck yes!
Been gagging to get this bill happening and now its coming!!
Bar open till 1am. FREE ENTRY all night!
The Fighting Cocks Bar & Live Music Venue
56 Old London Road
Kingston upon Thames
Another Bin Liner showcase to launch another volume in the Bored Teenagers series of unearthed original 70s punk recordings !
Featuring original 70s punk bands reformed :
Acme sewage co
Great British Heroes
All the punk rock you can handle for a fiver! Ali Keane of The Scuts, Sober Dave of The Drunken Ramblings and Livy Star Promotions have teamed up to organize PhilanthroPunks 2017, an all day punk rock benefit show at New Cross Inn featuring 13 bands on Saturday, November 25. All proceeds from the gig will go to Glass Door HomelessCharity, a non-government funded West London charity that not only saves lives by providing refuge from the cold, they also help their guests build more stable futures.
The first annual PhilanthroPunks gig this November will feature co-headliners TheScuts and The Drunken Ramblings, who will be pairing up with some of the most promising up and coming bands of the punk rock spectrum from London and beyond, including Kilburn Bomb Squad, The Deckchairs, Playground Circus, Shocks of Mighty, Fifteen Years, She Bit Me First, Skiv, The Repeelers, Demon Smiles, Three Chords and a Lie, and AshLewis. This is raw, passionate and almost primitive rock’n’roll music returning to the stage at New Cross Inn, and will be something special and personal for everyone in the room.
In addition to live music, there will also be boutique-style tables set up from the bands playing the event, who have all pledged to top up the money collected at the door by giving a percentage of all their merchandise sales that day. Tiny Little CreaturesRecording Company will also have a table set up selling some of their releases, and as a special treat for this event they have put together a digital compilation playlist which can be purchased here — https://tinylittlecreatures.bandcamp.com/album/philanthropunks-2017. Proceeds from the compilation sales will also be going towards the charity. As an extra bonus for the event, Fifth Column T-shirts screen printers have generously donated 50 limited edition PhilanthroPunks shirts that will be sold to anyone who wishes to purchase one, and all the proceeds of those sales will also go towards the Glass Door charity.
Glass Door will have a collection bin available for any clothing donations patrons want to bring to the event — brand new socks and mens winter coats/jackets of all sizes are always welcome and greatly appreciated. There will also be a bucket going around for any extra coins and notes anyone has that they will want to donate to the charity throughout the day.
Tickets can be bought on the door the day of the event or via the New Cross Inn website — http://www.newcrossinn.com/product/philanthropunks-2017/
ABOUT GLASS DOOR
Located in West London, they are the largest emergency shelter in the city providing a safe, warm place to sleep for at least 100 men and women every night during the winter months from November to early April. The charity is able to achieve this thanks to partnerships with churches across the boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Wandsworth. They have a drop-in day center from 9-2 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays for those who suffer from homelessness to eat, shower, do laundry, pick up new clothing, and meet with case workers dedicated to doing everything they can to give them a better life. Glass Door not only saves lives by providing refuge from the cold they also help their guests build more stable futures. do incredible work and can continue doing so with everyone’s help to donate some money. Any help will be appreciated by the unsung heroes of Glass Door, you can find more about their work at their website http://www.glassdoor.org.uk/
November 24, 2017
Four bands to die for.
Hawaii Zombies – bubblegum garage punk from Milan
Who Killed Nancy Johnson? – incendiary post punk from Reading
True Strays – rhythm and blues-fuelled, good time rock and roll from Bristol
Dirty Falcon – dirty hard rock from the darker side of North East London
Jackknife seizure, Dogtown Dojo, Tenyson, gramma Vedetta, hosted by Just William. Heavy riffs and stoner vibes £5 all night!
November 22, 2017
New Cross Inn brings you an evening of punk with synths.
Merging danceable indie electro with the raw aggression of grunge and punk. People have compared Lawn FLamingo’s sound to The Rapture, The Prodigy, Crystal Castles, Gang of Four and Boards of Canada
Electro Punk four piece from South London are one of the most exciting and unique live bands on the circuit. You will not forget a LegPuppy show in a hurry.
“There’s a dark electro element at play here, but at the same time there’s a brash, cheeky line in lyrics that suggests a nod to the likes of Ian Dury”
South East London melodic punk band. Hailing from a Punk/Hardcore Punk background, Bat Wings write passionate and intense songs about politics, self contemplation and growing up.
The Kardomah Gang
Named after a group of 1930’s Bohemian friends The Kardomah Gang are a west London based Band playing synth based Acid Punk with a distinctly electronic sound.
November 20, 2017 – November 21, 2017
Fighting Cocks & Bangers Embrace, Kingston Presents – Sonic Boom Six, The Burnt Tapes, Just Say Nay, Our Lives In Cinema FREE ENTRY!!!
Fighting Cocks & Bangers Embrace, Kingston Presents
Sonic Boom Six
The Burnt Tapes
Just Say Nay
Our Lives In Cinema
FREE ENTRY!!! First come first served
Bar open till 12am!
Manchester’s Sonic Boom Six are described by Kerrang! as “taking ska, pop, grime, dubstep, punk & metal apart then rebuilding them as a hyperactive hybrid”.
Sonic Boom Six (often shortened to SB6) are a five-piece rock band from Manchester, United Kingdom. Their eclectic sound combines different elements of several genres and has been described by Kerrang! as “taking ska, pop, grime, dubstep, punk and metal apart, then rebuilding them as a hyperactive hybrid”. Their lyrics tend to focus on social commentary with a live show known for “clashing activism and good times”. The band’s influences include Bad Brains, Public Enemy, The Fugees, The Specials, The Streets, and The Clash.