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Undercover 8 – The final ever Undercover Festival (March 2020) Woking Surrey where we intent to go out WITH A BANG!!
2 packed days of alternative music inc punk, post punk and some Ska n dub thrown in for good measure pulled together in the way that only we at Undercover can.
Its been a long journey from 2013 to 2020 via Bisley, Brighton, Margate, Tufnell Park and back to Woking for 2nd successive time
Roddy Radiation & The Skabilly Rebels
Roddy Radiation, the main man with The Specials, is back bringing his 2-Tone sound to a new generation.
See 5 tour dates featuring Roddy Radiation & The Skabilly Rebels
Menace from Islington formed in 1976 and are well known for their singalong rant and rave song 'GLC' directed at the Greater London Council. An old school punk rock band, still as incendiary as ever.
See 2 tour dates featuring Menace
Henry Cluney and Jim Reilly both original ex member's of seventies Belfast punk band Stiff Little Fingers, have now gotten together and formed XSLF.
See 7 tour dates featuring XSLF
One of the original punksters from the summer of '77 - and are still angry after all these years!
See 13 tour dates featuring 999
It was in August 1976 that Gene October placed an advert in Melody Maker which led to replies from guitarist William Broad, bassist Tony James and drummer John Towe. On October 18th they made their live debut as Chelsea supporting Throbbing Gristle at London's ICA. It was at this time that Gene convinced the manager of gay London nightclub in Covent Garden called Shageramas, to convert the club into London's first live punk rock venue called The Roxy - a fact for which he is given little credit. The band split in November 1976 where Gene briefly recruited guitarist Marty Stacey & bassist Bob Jessie. The other three former members formed Generation X. When Gene was asked about his former band colleagues he said "Generation X? Oh yeah they used to be in Chelsea." In October 2011, Gene put The Alternative / Traitors Gate, line-up back together, seeing the return of Nic Austin and Mat Sargent after 18 years. James Stevenson plays 2nd guitar and Lee Morrell completes the line-up on drums.
See 3 tour dates featuring Chelsea
Female fronted, trashy rock'n'roll from Coventry, with a challenging, glorious punk attitude.
See DragSTER tour dates
British punk rock band.
See 4 tour dates featuring Rage DC
A fun, catchy and charged up garage rock, pop and punk band from South London. Formed in 1986 they have long established themselves as one of the UK’s greatest ever Garage Punk bands. They have shared the stage with many of their own heroes (and influences) such as The Ramones, The Damned, The Cramps, Fleshtones, Revillos, Urban Voodoo Machine, Legendary Shack Shakers, The Germs, Wreckless Eric and many others.
See 2 tour dates featuring The Witchdoktors
Anarchist punk legends from the 80s.
See 6 tour dates featuring Subhumans
Pussycat & The Dirty Johnsons
The formidable Pussycat is renowned for prowling the audience whilst the adrenaline fuelled Dirty Johnson boys pound out their infectious blend of punk rock 'n' roll. Like all cats they are hard to pin down and have been described as one of the most incendiary live bands in London.
See 2 tour dates featuring Pussycat & The Dirty Johnsons
Classic British punk rock covers of '76 - '81.
See The Fanzines tour dates
Legendary first wave punk n' roll band from Croydon.
See 4 tour dates featuring Johnny Moped
'Englands Foremost Punk Rock Band'.
See 2 tour dates featuring No Lip
Screaming Dead were a punk band based in Cheltenham, England during the 1980s. They were sometimes classed as a 'horror punk' band. The four piece reformed in 2015.
See 3 tour dates featuring Screaming Dead
Stone Heroes are a post punk band formed late 2012. Band Members: Janine Ray, Vocals. Louise King, Rhythm Guitar. Fleagle, Guitars and Synth. Dave Leak, Lead Guitar. Stuart De Fraine Ford, Drums. Terry Finch, Bass.
See Stone Heroes tour dates
GYB, The Wyrd Sisters
- Church Street East
- GU21 6HJ