There’s been a line-up change for tonight’s ‘Garageland’ punk club night at The Pipeline in Brighton.
Garageland London brings their long-standing 1977 punk rock roots club night down to the seaside for their first instalment of Garageland Brighton.
The event happening tonight from 8 pm at The Pipeline, the very cool vegan restaurant and rock bar located at 6 Little East Street, in Brighton
The Garageland punk club vibe is very late ’70s classic punk rock, garage punk and rock’n’roll and will feature bands and DJs, and it’s only frickin’ £5 on the door! Bargain!
Young Francis Hi-Fi were to be the headliners, but late yesterday they released a statement on Facebook that read: “Unfortunately the Hi-Fi have to isolate, so we can’t play the Pipeline show, but the legendary SKiNNY MiLK are stepping in to replace us. Have fun everyone, we will be back soon”.
The new headliners, The Blue Capet Band, describe themselves as like Little Richard fronting The Stooges, it’s The Cramps playing with knives, it’s frenzied, it’s electrifying rock’n’roll, its primordial punk. This is the kind of savage rock’n’roll that you need in your life! Well worth checking out!
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