Thanks to those lovely people at Barfly, we have got our scummy mitts on a pair of tickets to see Blood Arm on Tuesday 2nd April at the Barfly. We are very kindly offering these out to our loyal Glasswerkers.
Answer the following for a chance to win the tickets:
The Blood Arm are apparently Franz Ferdinand's favourite band , but what is the name of the Blood Arms MC who introduces the band on stage?
Email your answers to mail by midday on the 2nd April
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