“Paying homage to the Ramones and their favourite 60s girl-groups via the medium of punky pop songs. And, make no mistake, that’s a perfectly fine thing to be. There’s actually a bit more to the Twitch than that might suggest, though – that extra bit of proficiency and imagination a band needs to make them stand out.”
(Louder Than War)
Pete Bentham and the Dinner Ladies
Kitchen Core from Liverpool
Pete Bentham & The Dinner Ladies are a four piece from Liverpool. Pete on Guitar, Tamara Sauce on Bass, Mufti Day on Saxophone and Tony Calzone on Drums. They are at the vanguard of current Liverpool music scene.
The band was formed in 2006. Pete wanted to form a band that was a pure rock & roll band with modern lyrics about real life. They have clever, witty songs about working class life that feature Night Club Bouncers, Lorry Drivers, Cats & Dogs, always telling the truth and they speak out against things they oppose like consumerism and racism.
The music is raw punk rock and roll reminiscent of the The Cramps, The Fall and The Velvet Underground.
They have so far released three albums, toured the UK and Europe and have played many festivals including Rebellion Punk Music Festival, the largest punk festival in the world alongside bands such as The Damned,The Beat and the New York Dolls.
A band who actually sing about things they know and believe in and always with sense of humour. This is Kitchencore!
Eintritt, wie immer Mittwochs, frei.
Spenden sind natürlich gerne gesehen.
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