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Subset (Album Launch) & The Rioters & The ASBOs

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For fans of Slaves, Royal Blood, Wavves, Fidlar, Wolf Alice, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Trash Talk, Wombats, Pulled Apart by Horses, Milk Teeth, Eagulls, Japandroids, Male Bonding, Drenge, Yuck, Bass drum of death, Basement, Metz, Cribs, Nirvana, Strokes, Smashing Pumpkins, The Clash, Offspring, Silverchair and more

>>>> SUBSET - ✿ ψ ♆ England.

This new bunch of tone deaf intergalactical idiots (fans of anything that’s fast simple and honest) are hitting the road in 2018 to promote their highly anticipated (or whatever) 4th album ‘Phwoar!’. Not only fresh new materials are up for this hot night but their best local bands friends are gonna make the room boil!

With over 230 shows in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium and The Netherlands...and terrible haircuts... These loud imbeciles will blow some surfpunk alternative marmite bullshit out of miserable marshall amps near you soon, just to make sure you get off Netflix and realise there is still a life outside your stinking bedroom.

Their new album ‘Phwoar!’ is a varied raw altrockpunk delivery of mid to fast nonsense about beaches, sand, cocktails, bikinis, flying pharaohs, frisky babes, stupid lads, mental confusions, with stupid ‘uuu-y’ back vocals melodies, over punk/hardcore beats and shouting catchy choruses to sing along with your annoyingly drunk mates and tattooed demanding gfriends.


>>>> THE RIOTERS - ✿ ψ ♆ England.

This blood boiling, head banger loud Punk and new wave South London band is here to make everyone shake their brains out. From students to Mosh Pits gigs goers there isn’t one who doesn’t move and scream on the sound of The Rioters. This is a five piece with colourful and charismatic characters full of talents and provoking ideas. If you are a fan of Slaves, coma idols cover sleaford mods? go now this is the band you want to be watching.

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>>>> THE ASBOS - ✿ ψ ♆ England.

Although musically they draw their inspiration from 80s rock, The ASBOs embrace the technology required to create their trademark, quirky music videos – many of which can be viewed in 3D – while maintaining an approach to creativity that evokes a DIY, punk ethos.

The band are as energetic live as they appear to be in these videos, their gigs charged with an electric, sexual intensity. Modesty, shyness and timidity are not in the ASBOs’ vocabulary, while ‘shoegazing’ is, to them, a very dirty word.