Wrexham’s Seazoo release their new single Telephone Jones tomorrow (22.02.16)
Sorry it’s been a while since I last wrote but I’ve been inundated with new music, so you’ll understand my reasons. As compensation, I’ve sent you these new releases by some artists I know you’ll appreciate.
Remember Efa Supertramp from Pwllheli? Of course you do! Well, after she quit The Stilletoes, who burned bright for a couple of years, she headed across the world before eventually heading to Cardiff with Crav. Together they put together Afiach; a kind of label, distro, freedom fighting faction. They put on gigs, organise Food Not Bombs protests, helping those without etc.More
Wrexham’s poptastic panda loving indie funsters Seazoo are live in session this Wednesday (25th March) on Marc Riley’s BBC 6Music show from 7pm.
This is great news for a band full of energy who released their debut EP ‘Ken’ in April 2013 and their third single Panda Pains surfacing in January, and also testament to the quality of bands in the area.
Marc Riley’s Programme Page
Oh Live Local Music, I almost mourned your decline with some Thunderbird wine and a black handkerchief, then someone slapped North East Wales in the chops (Chester is in Wales right..!!) and suddenly we have white face, black shirt, white socks, black shoes, black hair, white strat, bled white, died black and all merry hell is let loose.
How simply wonderful…
The deadbeats and the dispossessed crawl out for a final Christmas Kick Off before the day our lord Jesus Christ was born to save us all from paedo-priests, crazed religious psychopaths and the human race in general (thank you Jesus – you’re fired!).