The Golf Records Tour 2004 – Sun, March 14th @ Jabez Clegg (opposite The Manchester Academy)

Uncle Brian
Black Flame Dispute
Tiny Elvis

+ local supports – Minions of Jeffrey, No Standards, Harijan

£5 adv from (no booking fee), Pic Box Office (0161-832-1111, or via Ticket line link) or Piccadilly Records – 5pm

It’s a reunion of bands from that super underground skate punk label Golf Records and the tour comes to Manchester on the 14th March @ Jabez Clegg (opposite the academy) for some all dayer punktastic action. Having launched the likes of Whitmore, Four Foot Fingers, Jesse James and King Prawn this new breed of bands, who are all releasing musical things on Golf Records, are on a mission to destroy, rip up and shout loudly. The night is promoted by your favourite promoters link (see website for more info and other cool stuff) and doors are at 5pm and tickets are only £5 advance so make sure you buy early for some Sunday Punk Rock.

Uncle Brian:
With their 6 track EP, featuring heavily on BBC Radio 1’s Steve Lamacq show as well as the Lock Up and with another 2 week tour with Bowling for Soup just around the corner, things are getting bigger and better for Salisbury’s finest ska/pop punkers Uncle Brian.

Black Flame Dispute:
Not much is known about Black Flame Dispute except that they are formed from the ex-members of Gash. Whether they sound the same who knows but you can expect some melody and perhaps a bit more of a gothy feel to it all.

Tiny Elvis:
Sonically influenced by the thud of Poison Idea in their prime as well as the bug eyed energy of west coast Hardcore such as the Germs and Black Flag. Tiny Elvis also draw musically on the likes of Nirvana and the Deftones. Tiny Elvis see this as a righteous crusade to revel in what happens when rock n roll goes wrong in the hands of punk rock! Supporting the Dead Kennedys later in the month.


The Golf Records Tour 2004
Sun, March 14th @ Jabez Clegg, Manchester

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