Formed in 1977 The Members are not a hardcore band - they play UK 1977 style punk, post punk and Reggae and they were one of the first punk groups to successfully incorporate Reggae into their set. Their biggest hit, the million selling, 'Sound of the Suburbs', has appeared on TV commercials and movies all over the world and is an instantly recognisable punk anthem. Their single 'Offshore Banking Business' is as pertinent today as it was 30 years ago.
This six piece band from Ipswich play a mixture of original Interstellar Ska and Luna Reggae songs and a select choice of covers ranging from classic 60s film tunes, 2 Tone, old school ska and reggae to blistering ska renditions of punk classics!
The Downsetters are currently Signed to the independant label Walt Jabsco Recordings.
What started out as a visceral punk band venting their political angst, Kings Lynn's Faintest Idea have slowly developed their own signature blend of street punk with horns with 2-Tone, ska and reggae influences naturally bleeding through. Their lyrics tackle current global issues such as ecological destruction, the failures of capitalism, the seeming futility of voting and the rising problems with mental health.
Hung Like Hanratty are the most talked about band on the circuit. Heavily influenced by 1977 punk attitude and bands like Toy Dolls, Macc lads, Pork dukes, Damned etc, Hung Like Hanratty are top of their game.
What you see is what you get.